Site Control Specialist (SCS) is responsible for providing client with total work site control by means of tracking all site personnel through use of rosters, radio communications and direct observation, interaction and verification. In addition to performing site logistics, SCS works within client specific systems and programs and provides a range of direct administrative, technical, training and communications support.
Accountable for work site specific training and orientation of all personnel entering location.
Communicate as needed with the various project contractors and employees to make sure there is no potential conflict with truck loading or offloading. Escort truck drivers on the pad if needed.
Assist in backing / spotter operations as needed – be properly trained in backing operations and spotter duties.
Communicate traffic patterns to new truck drivers so they are aware of the operation. Re-direct traffic if needed. Communicate with operators and help them maintain safe operations as needed.
Provide operations, logistics, reporting and safety support as needed.
Report near misses and incidents to Managers/Tool Pushers.
Familiarize personnel on site with evacuation processes, audio and visual placement of alarms, wind sock, eye wash, AED, air pack, and fire extinguisher locations. Track site personnel during emergency shutdown evacuation drills and Pad/Rig evacuations with rosters & sign-in/out sheet.
Maintain and update contact information in case of questions.
Generate waste manifests as needed (Red Book training for coil rig required).
Assist Site Leader in the following areas:
Draft, proof and implementation of pre-tour safety meeting handouts.
Schedule, facilitate and document weekly rig leadership meetings and track progress of action items. SCS will also support continuous improvement discussions and assist in any needed changes as a result of ideas and or practices put into place.
Maintain site performance board with safe days worked and spill free statistics.
Track, coordinate and document action items. Assist in advocating lessons learned and incorporating the information into rig's SOP.
Monthly inspection of 3rd party escape packs to include all inventory management and inspection for pressure abnormalities and damage.
Other support functions as assigned and approved per contractual requirement.
Physical Demands and Work Conditions:
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs daily. Occasional lifting multiple times per day.
Ability to sit for long periods.
Ability to move, walk and stand in sub-arctic temperatures for short time periods wearing arctic gear.
3 years of North Slope Alaska experience.
Demonstrated ability provide clear, professional deliverance of verbal descriptive, directional, technical, and industry/rig specific communication to clients, co-workers, and contractor personnel.
Demonstrated ability to draft professionally typed and constructed written email, memo and letter correspondence with little to no spelling and grammar error.
Self-motivated, requires little to no direct supervision, works well both independently and as part of a team.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access. Must be capable of creating Excel spreadsheets, working with basic Excel formulas, drafting Word documents, creating PowerPoint presentations and building Access databases.
Capable of obtaining current CPR/First Aid certification.
Demonstrated knowledge of industry and work-site safety practices.
This job is classified as a Full-Time Project position. Schedule is two (2) weeks on, two (2) weeks off, seven (7) days per week and approximately twelve (12) hours per day.