Permit To Work Engineer

03 Oct 2016
05 Jan 2017
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
• Ensures that the site specific Permit to Work Procedure and safety guidelines satisfy the local rules and regulations.
• Ensures that the information notified on the Permit to Work documents is clear and complete.
• Organises and manages a filing system for the PTW documents.
• Organises the PTW equipment in the site office (locks, tags, forms, key-system, etc.)

Essential Responsibilities

The EHS Specialist 6 will provide direction and assistance to work group in order to meet assigned objectives. In this role, you will work within defined parameters to make decisions, apply concepts to issues of moderate complexity, and resolve issues through immediate action or short-term planning.

Ensures that all people nominated by the OCM are trained in the construction safety rules (PTW-system) according to their function on site. At the end of the training, a test has to be passed by all attendees of the training. The PTW Engineer has to file all the test results and forward a copy of all test results to the EHS Site Manager and OCM.
• In the PTW Clearance and Cancellation process, he receives notifications from PTW holders when they finished their works.
• In the Access Permit Process, he has similar responsibilities as described in the PTW issuing and cancelling process, as far as applicable.
• Gives advices, when required, to the Responsible PTW receivers.
• In case of a PTW audit, he assists the Auditor in reviewing the compliance with the PTW procedure and implements identified corrective actions, within the timescale agreed with the auditor.
• Ensures that all the precautions have been taken and put in place before the job, during the job and after the job to ensure safe work conditions.
• Collects information about all cross boundary interfaces between ALSTOM and external scope.
• Ensure the coordination with the customer PTW system, if applicable.
• Project specific responsibilities or conditions must be revised in the project specific PTW procedure.


• Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college (or a high school diploma / GED with at least 4 years of experience with EHS systems)
• Minimum seven years practical work experience in power plant erection, commissioning, operation or maintenance, preferable in electromechanical areas.
• Knowledge on the process of electrical power plants or and associated equipments.

Desired Characteristics

• Ability to interface effectively with all levels within the company as well as organizations outside GE (regulatory agencies)
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong interpersonal and leadership skills