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CV Foreman welder boilermaker heat treatment technician KMP System and Design Engineering South Africa

 
Foreman welder boilermaker heat treatment technician KMP System and Design Engineering South Africa

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CV/Resume ID no.: 115020

Location (Residence): Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Citizenship: South Africa
 
Languages:
  Native: English South Africa, Afrikaans
  Other: None
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  High School in welding

Years of Experience: 29 years
Authorized to work in:
   Angola, South Africa
Present Location:
   South Africa, Port Elizabeth
Relocation:
   Australia, Angola
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Trades (Skilled) Welding Expert 35 years
Trades (Skilled) Pipefitter Experienced 23 years
Technician Level Pipefitting Experienced 8 years
Trades (Skilled) Welding Experienced 5 years
Technician Level Manufacturing Experienced 14 years
Technician Level NDT Experienced 6 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

Refer to cv

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

Career History

Name of Company : KMP System and Design Engineering
Period of Employment : August 2008 to date
Position Held :
Duties
• Fabrication and boiler making and pipe fitting work
• Working from blue prints and in the local factories and in location away from the mother company as
and when required.
• Nelson Mandela Stadium: Fabrication of steel balustrade work in around the stadium for the 2010 world
cup

Reason for Leaving :No long term future


Name of Company : Swift Engineering
Period of Employment : February – June 2008
Position Held : Working Welding Foreman
Duties
• Working welding foreman responsible for the supervision and fabrication of work for a company doing work in the Petro SA refinery and on their equipment such as work boats and refurbishment and fabrication of new equipment.
• Work also done for local industry on council sewerage and pipe work and various other companies as and when required.
• Petro SA: Fabrication and fitment of heat exchange units to allow a bio plant to come on stream. Pipes work consisted of measuring and fabrication of stainless and 106B pipes with flanges and bellows and sensors sections

Reason for Leaving : Disagreement over implementation of agreed on job
description when joining the company. Never allowed to
function as foreman and only used to complete work.


Name of Company : Algoa Oil and Pipeline Services
Period of Employment : February 1993 - 2007
Position Held : Coded Welding Artisan (February 1993 - 2001)
Charge Hand (2001- 2003)
Welding and Fabrication Foreman (2003 - 2007)
Duties
Welding and fabrication Foreman
• Running of a welding workshop in conjunction with a machining workshop and a field workshop work
of international standards was done for oil and mining companies either on the base or in the field.
• Issuing and control of work by welders which entailed procedures and drawings and quality control
plans.
• Production schedule control and maintaining of time frames of jobs
• Control of delivery times and production meetings
• Implementation of Company disciplinary codes and safety codes
• Control of consumables from a main store to a welding store where company procedures were
implemented and maintained by Vetco and South African Bureau of Standards and other inspection
authorities.
• Liaising with engineering and draughting office to improve delivery times and control costs and also
setting up of welding times and consumables quantities so as to allow for orders to be placed for
consumables not available off the shelf in South Africa.
• Reporting through a manager to a production manager on schedules and cost controlling and time
keeping on jobs.
• Calculation of consumables required and times
• Calculation and setting up of new procedures as and when required by welding engineer
• Daily ordering of gas and machine consumables and replacement of defective parts of welding
machines

Achievements:
• Implementation of pulse mig process into company which cut the welding defect rate from 10% to an acceptable standard of almost 0%.
• Development of a hard facing procedure with GMAW acceptable to the mining companies thereby cutting costs.
• Setting up of a training centre for welding apprentices within Algoa Oil and Pipeline

Projects and fieldwork:
• Sub Sea Seven Projects: Welded 107 Sub Sea bases for FMC to Norsok specs and standards 2004 .
Traveled to Luanda to weld choke and kill lines on the Petro Bras 16 rig
• Sable Gas Project: Welded seven wellheads for Nabors drilling in Mozambique as and when needed and was instrumental in keeping staying for longer periods due to the quality of work as seen by rig superintendent Kevin Leddy,this led to trips of a month instead of only welding the wellheads as originally planned. Original plan was to fly in as and when the wellheads needed to be welded, six months of fabrication work was the eventual result. Work consisted of modification of existing and fitment new pipe sections as and when required and work on the drill floor. Building of a new gas diverter from scratch.
• Mossgas: Welded several of the wellheads for this project and subsea bases
• Riser pipe: Refurbishment of full compliment of riser pipes for oil rigs, ranging from the fitment of new pins and boxes thru to rebuilds of pin and box sections and the choke and kill and booster lines and fitment of new pipe sections.
• Blowout protectors: Refurbishment of seal areas and rebuilding of bolt holes, and replacement of worn
sections. Welding done by MMAW, GTAW and submerged arc welding

• Local work: Fabrication of pipe sections for motor companies where complete lines were removed and
replaced with new pipe. Pipe sizes ranged from 4” through to 18” pipes and ran from boilers thruohj to the plant and were either underground or overhead.

Charge Hand
• Assist foreman in daily running of workshop where the basic function was to control welding artisans and labourers so as to allow the smooth running of the workshop.
• Assist with the issuing of all related documentation to work being done and following of procedures by welders while still doing all of the duties of a welding artisan.
• Maintain discipline and safety standards of the company

Coded Welding Artisan
• Welding and fabrication of oil and mining equipment according to company procedures
• Welding and refurbishment of defective equipment after use in the field
• Travel to countries such as Angola, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo on company business as when needed to complete welding work required by oil companies and other mining companies or companies requiring specialized coded welding or fabrication work.
• Weld to company procedures and setting of new PQR’S Algoa Oil and Pipeline and follow all safety standards of the oil and mining companies.
• Deliver work acceptable standards and time frames to ensure the minimum delays on down time of oil rigs.
• Items: Wellheads, blowout protectors, sub sea bases, riser pipes, drill rods and stabilizers, 30” and 20”
casing, choke and kill lines, drill pipe for mining companies.
• Procedures : GMAW, GTAW,MMAW, SAW and metal spray
• Thicknesses and metals: 3mm to 250 mm ranging from mild steel to high carbon steels such as 4145 and 4130 and problem steels used in the oil field also stainless steel inlays on seal areas and fabrication of new stainless steel drill stabilizers where metal spray was done on tungsten inserts.
• Welding consisted of pipe work, build up inside cavities of blow out protectors and wellheads, pipes, sub sea bit plates used by the de Beers company for diamond drilling, choke and kill lines in the oil base of Luanda so as to establish a new section of the company.
• In 1997 the company sent us to weld a complete section of 60 pipes on the beach and later on to work in the workshop for the new company as skills required were not present in this country and also to train local personnel to minimize the travelling and cost to establish their new operation.
• All welds of Algoa are subjected to the NDT procedures such as Magnetic particle inspection, visual, dye penetrant, radiographic, ultra sonic, heat treatment and pressure testing up to 25000psi.
• Work also subjected to Vetco, Loyds, API, Chevron, FMC, ASME standards and procedures

Reason for Leaving : Loss of faith in company due to false accusations and inability to resolve the impass


Name of Company : Welfit Oddies Bodies
Period of Employment : October 1988 -
Position Held : Plasma welding Supervisor
Duties
• Supervision and welding of 25000 litre stainless steel tanks with plasma and tungsten inert gas welding
• Rolling of welded sections into tank shells and welding of dome sections before forming
• Polishing of formed domes before fitment and assembly to complete tank
• Supervision of twin tungsten inert gas welding where two tanks were welded simultaneously
• Responsible for the basic maintenance of three plasma welding machines, reporting directly to a
maintenance manager.
• Daily reporting to a production manager on delivery schedules
• Responsible for the implementation of company’s disciplinary codes
• Implementation and adherence to ASME 8 where test samples were carried out on production samples
and NDT Radiography of tanks as per procedures.
• Setting up of parameters as per procedure
• Welding and setting up of new parameters before new procedures were done on various thicknesses of
material as per customer requirements.
• Responsible for quality control and dimensional checks on incoming and plate welded sections before
and after being rolled to form tank shell.
• Dimensional checking of tank end sections before shipping to be formed in Johannesburg and after
delivery and prior to fitment.
• Repair of defects after radiography and re -shoots
• Staffs compliment 10 coded welders, one quality control inspector, four fitters and fifteen labourers

Achievement:
• Responsible for pushing up production from one tank per day to four per day within first month of
employment due to method changes and labour relations codes. Upon resignation production were
eight per day.

Reason for leaving : Disagreement over company’s implementation disciplinary
code after being struck by an employee after disciplinary
action was implemented on him and he was found guilty . Company code stated immediate dismissal but company chose reinstatement under my supervision


Name of Company : South African Railways
Period of Employment : 1980 -1988
Position Held : Welding Foreman /Coded Welder / NDT Inspector Level 2 /
Fabricator
Duties
• Apprentice welder and military training for South African Defence Force
• Complete all tasks and required total of days as laid down in the training schedule of the South African railways training program which included all disciplines of welding such as arc welding, gas welding, gas tungsten arc welding, gas metal welding, oxy-acetylene cutting and plasma cutting.
• Aluminium welding and brazing and cast iron
• Metals ranged from mild steel, stainless steel and cast iron
• Training consisted of 120 days basic training before being placed in a workshop where the apprentices were placed with an artisan to further training for 190 days, and while doing college and theoretical training at various operations of the company such as training in the boiler making workshop and in a production workshop, where a bonus system was present.
• Apprenticeships lasted four years and were then followed by a government recognized trade test
• Transferred to Richards Bay shop 5 to work on all harbour equipment where responsibilities were
maintenance of all harbour equipment and was required and fabrication of new equipment to ensure
the harbour schedules were adhered to.
• These included the unloading of bauxite and sulphur and various other chemicals where welding was
done on breakdowns and under engineering requirements.

Reason for Leaving : Offered a partnership in new business that never
materialized


3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Education

High School attended : Studywell Tutorial College
Highest Grade passed : Grade 10
Subjects Passed : English, Afrikaans, Math’s, Science, Business Economics,
Geography
Year Completed : 1980


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Computer literacy windows 7and xp, outlook 2003, self-taught excel
And power point Internet explorer
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Pressure testing and heat treatment
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
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