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CRANE OPERATOR OFFSHORE (VESSEL MAINE CRANE OVER 2501 Tons)

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On February 27, 2018,

CRANE OPERATOR OFFSHORE (VESSEL MAINE CRANE OVER 2501 Tons)
Mission:
▪ Operate and takes care of the crane
▪ Carry out lifting operation in a safe manner
▪ Maintain contact with the bridge and the Deck Foreman during lifting operations

Tasks:
▪ Operate the crane within the designed crane load capacity, in accordance with the derating tables applicable to existing weather and sea state conditions;
▪ Performs basket transfers where permitted and safe to do so;
▪ Hold the Offshore Crane Operator certification (level 2 for unsupervised inboard lifts; level 3 for unsupervised offshore lifts);
▪ Be aware of the surroundings in terms of potential clashes with other vessel equipment;
▪ Be aware of crane limits in terms of reach and capacity;
▪ On vessels with multiple cranes, be aware of the interaction with other cranes and proactively intervene in order to avoid any interference during simultaneous operations;
▪ Interact with the supervisors in order to define the lifting procedures;
▪ Report any crane equipment malfunctioning to own supervisor;
▪ Ensure that all safe work procedures for crane lifts are adhered to;
▪ Liaise with Bridge and 1st Assistant/Deck Foreman while executing any lifts that could affect the vessel stability;
▪ Make daily inspection of crane cables;
▪ Carry out daily routine maintenance to the crane and the operator’s cabin;
▪ Keep a high level of housekeeping on the crane and in the operator’s cabin;
▪ Liaise with 2nd Engineer/Crane Engineer/Chief Electrician/Vessel Equipment Engineer on crane maintenance and performance, in order to ensure that repairs and preventive maintenance are carried out properly;
▪ Carry out weekly inspection of the crane in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations;
▪ Fill up the crane log book as required for all lifts above 50 ton
▪ Issue work instructions to the Tugger-hoist Operators;
▪ Stop the lifting activity if required on safety or technical grounds, if continuing could cause any damages or injuries;
▪ Report to the 1st Assistant, while taking instructions directly from the Deck Foreman during lifting operations;

Required Competencies:
▪ Capability to communicate by radio and/or using
▪ Capability to maneuver the main crane
▪ Capability to maintain a log of the lifting operations
▪ Capability to perform a pre-operational crane check using the appropriate check list
▪ Capability to perform jacket or platform installation operations using the main crane
▪ Capability to perform platform removal operations using the main crane
▪ Capability to perform subsea lift
▪ Capability to perform the lifting in active heave compensation mode
▪ Capability to safely operate in case of malfunction, failure or emergency
▪ Knowledge of offshore crane operator certification system and crane operator logbook
▪ Knowledge of rigging appliances and the associated certification system
▪ Knowledge of the crane safety limit switches and the rules governing their overriding
▪ Knowledge of the interaction between vessel ballast system, vessel stability and crane operations

Required Competencies/ Certifications:
• Valid crane operator certificate for and verifiable experience on cranes >2501 Tones (preferably 5000 Tones)
• Fluent English language
• Very good skills in radio communication (English language)
• Very good knowledge of specific sign code
• Previous offshore experience will be an asset

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