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TRINIDAD OFFSHORE FABRICATORS UNLIMITED
(1) HSSE LEAD /(2) SCHEDULER /PLANNER
Trinidad Offshore Fabricators Unlimited is located at LABIDCO Industrial Estate, La Brea. The
company specializes in the fabrication and construction of large structures for the oil and gas
industry and has expanded its operations to include offshore services and drilling maintenance.
The company is seeking to recruit qualified and experienced professional to fill the above positions.
(1) HSSE Lead
The incumbent reports to the HSSE Manager and is responsible for ensuring compliance with the
company's Health and Safety policies, systems, standards and stipulations. Additionally, he/she would
be required to monitor and audit the delivery of projects according to implementation schedules.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
1. Co-ordinates HSSE staff which are Emergency Medical Technician, Ambulance Driver and
2. Provides HSSE assistance to all assigned jobs which include HSSE advice, Risk
Assessment, Job Safety Environmental Analysis and documentation.
3. Liaise closely with the Project Management team to manage issues relating to the project
4. Maintains jobsite to ensure adherence to all safety policies.
5. Conducts scheduled inspections as required.
6. Provides updated information on safety requirements.
7. Performs other duties as required.
Qualification and Experience
• A BSc in Occupational Health and Safety and at least three (5) years relevant experience
at a senior level. Candidates offering an equivalent of experience, training and certification
will be considered
• Diploma in Environmental management or equivalent
• Certification in OHSAS 18001 Lead Audit would be an asset
• Computer literate in MS Word/Excel and Access
• Sound knowledge of HSSE legislation, OSH Act and STOW-TT
The incumbent reports to the Operations Manager and is responsible for ensuring compliance
with the company's quality assurance policies, systems, standards and stipulations. Additionally,
he/she, is empowered to manage work priority, develop job plans and engage the proper
resources to develop a safe, effective and efficient work control plan.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
• Plans and prepares production schedules for fabrication and or installation
• Draws up master/discipline schedule to establish sequence and lead time of each
operation to meet client forecasted master schedule.
• Plans and schedules workflow for each craft and operation according to previously
established client sequences and lead times.
• Plans sequence of fabrication, assembly, installation, and other operations for guidance of
• Planner/Scheduler confers with Client & Company management to determine
status of projects.
• Expedites operations that delay schedules and alters schedules to meet unforeseen
• Prepares production reports.
Qualification and Experience
• Advanced knowledge and proficient with Adobe scheduling software Primavera P6.
• Proficiency also required with MS Projects and office products (Excel, Power Point, Word)
• The ability to direct, follow direction and lead workers.
• The ability to work together with Client and other Contract representatives as part of a
group, the ability to accurately communicate ideas, instructions, questions, problems, solutions.
• Should have good written and verbal communications skills and have demonstrated the
ability to be approachable and tactful.
• Have adequate craft knowledge and skill to accurately estimate labor hours, material
Requirement's and skills needed to complete a job.
Must have a demonstrated ability to visualize
and communicate the execution of work.
• Can manage multiple priorities or projects simultaneously and keep them progressing to
Interested persons should address their application to
The Manager Human Resources
Trinidad Offshore Fabricators Unlimited
C/o LABIDCO Industrial Estate
7B Street, New Jersey Brighton, La Brea
E-mail to email@example.com ; Fax: 651-1001
Deadline for Submission of application is February 28th 2014 0223068
Imam-ul-Haq and Sami Aslam run between the wickets during the Under-19
World Cup quarter-final between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Sharjah, yesterday.
The Pakistan openers put together the second-highest stand of the tournament
to give their side an unassailable advantage.
In-form openers Sami Aslam and
Imam-ul-Haq continued to pile up
the runs to help Pakistan Under-
19s crush Sri Lanka Under-19s in
the quarter-finals in Sharjah.
The pair put on 177, the second-
highest partnership in the tourna-
ment, to set the base for a total
which proved well out of Sri Lanka s
Both Imam and Aslam preferred
to bide their time, but ended their
innings with strike-rates in the late
70s. No 3 Kamram Ghulam ham-
mered 52 off 44 balls to push Pak-
istan to 279.
Imam s 82 made him the tourna-
ment s highest run-getter, and cap-
tain Aslam s 95 put him third on the
Pakistan lost six wickets in the
final 23 deliveries of the innings, but
that didn t prevent them from adding
32 in that stretch.
For Sri Lanka, left-arm quick
Binura Fernando went at over six an
over, but struck four times to go to
second on the list of the tourna-
ment s highest wicket-takers.
While Sri Lanka took 37 overs to
get their first breakthrough, Pakistan
got theirs in the first ball itself when
opener Hashan Dumindu was bowled
by Zia-ul-Haq. The chase went awry
soon after, as two run-outs left Sri
Lanka at 44 for three.
Opener Sadeera Samarawickrama
and Priyamal Perera kept Sri Lanka
in the game with half-centuries, but
the dismissal of Samarawickrama in
the 24th over sparked a collapse.
None of the final six batsmen got
into double figures as Sri Lanka went
from 103 for three to 158 all out.
The wickets were shared around,
with four bowlers taking two each
as Pakistan cruised into the semi-
finals, setting up a clash with Eng-
land on Monday.
"We ve been playing here in the
UAE for quite some time," Aslam
said after the victory. "We played
here for about two months before
coming to the U19 Cricket World
Cup, so I think we are very com-
fortable with the conditions, and we
are gaining confidence at the right
"We ve won this match by a great
margin, which will be good going
into the semi-finals. We have played
against England a lot, so we know
each other quite well. It s going to
be an exciting match."
PAKISTAN V SRI LANKA, U-19 WORLD CUP
up big victory
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