CV Technical Safety Engineer M W Kellogg, Gorgon LNG Plant – FEED, An LNG onshore facility
Technical Safety Engineer M W Kellogg, Gorgon LNG Plant – FEED, An LNG onshore facility
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Location (Residence): London, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
PhD/MD in Safety and Loss Prevention Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: United Kingdom, London Relocation: UK (in particular), Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates
Health & Safety
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1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I have graduated with a PhD in Safety and Loss Prevention and previously worked as a risk management consultant in London. Now I have been working as a Technical Safety Engineer on a FEED phase of an LNG export terminal. I am looking for a role where I can grow further and develop expertise in my area of work. I am very adaptable to any work environment, enthusiastic to learn and good at developing relationships at work.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Jan 2008- Present: Technical Safety Engineer M W Kellogg
Project: Gorgon LNG Plant – FEED, An LNG onshore facility to be developed on Barrow Island near the West Coast of Australia
My current role as a Safety Engineer at M W Kellogg involves
•Familiarizing, preparation and participation of many safety related design philosophies, specifications and standards by liaising with the Lead engineer, client (Chevron) and other senior staff
•Review of PFDs & P&IDs, classification drawings, equipment calculations, equipment data sheets
•Participation in HAZOP and HAZID studies
•Dispersion and blast over pressure modelling
•Interaction with client (Chevron)
•Involved with presenting Safety talks (tool box talks)
Most recently I have been involved with the Electrical Area Classification and Fire Protection Equipment Layout design for the project. Furthermore, I have been actively participating in the management of safety within the working environment, which involves regular awareness presentations and workshops for employees.
2007: Consultant DNV London
My main area of responsibility at DNV was risk management analysis and consequence modelling for both onshore and offshore hydrocarbon facilities.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
2004-2007: University College London
PhD Chemical Engineering
Thesis: Modelling thermal response in pressurised pipelines following fire attack.
My thesis involved the development of an efficient mathematical model to predict the outflow characteristics during the rupture of a pipeline. My work also investigated the likelihood of a catastrophic failure following fire due to the loss of mechanical integrity of the pipe wall material.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Internet explorer, Outlook, Eudora, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Windows, MicroStation, programming (Visual basic, Fortran) and other Engineering sofwares such as PHAST, BLAST, SAFETI, FRED etc
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
•Technical: Area Classification, Safety Equipment Design Layouts, QRA, programming, data analysis.
•Communication: Involved with presenting Safety talks (tool box talks) at the work place and direct interaction with the client in both roles as a Safety Engineer and previously as a QRA consultant.
•Numeric: Ability to manage analysis and interpretation of complex data
•Team working: Liaise effectively with other colleagues and senior staff during my role as an engineer and as a magistrate to achieve set goals.
•Training: Assisted the academic staff in training students and other assistants for the use of laboratory equipment during my PhD.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
•Currently working with MW Kellogg as a Safety Engineer
•Previous experience of working as a Risk Management consultant for DNV Energy London
•PhD in Chemical Engineering, University College London,
•Conducted Seminars and tutorials explaining the handling of high tech Chemical Engineering equipment used in the industry.
•Participated in research supported by a number of publications
•Good knowledge of software engineering principles
•Serving as a Justice of Peace Magistrate in the borough of North East London