1) Walk down the systems, check the physical layout and correctness of components. Some will need to be experienced radiation workers.2) Identify ancillary support systems (scaffolding, lagging, heat treatment, spares, tooling, NDT) required to complete the work.3) Identify the relevant procedures and safety documentation to include in the work pack4) Generate work pack documentation for upload to SAP. Nawah will ask candidate understanding of the various sections in the work pack (safety docs, tools, spares & consumables, scope, maintenance steps, technical references, post maintenance testing) and will want you to describe how you know how to create a work pack.5) Resolve Technical queries with system engineers6) Get all the necessary Nawah sign offs7) Support upload to SAP (not necessarily be conversant with SAP, but that would help. Others will do the actual upload).Maintenance documentation production opportunity at BNPP. Nawah need of a number of work pack writers across mech/elec/ I&C disciplines. They previously issued an RFQ. Each candidate will be subject to interview by Nawah.Knowledge should include, but is not limited to:a) An understanding of operating plant modes and the effect that these have as to when an activity can be performed as it will influence the package preparation. Thus an understanding of Operating Specifications and be able to relate them to equipment downtime and equipment unavailability.b) Familiar with Human Performance (HuP) tools application in industry and BNPP.c) Understanding of the applicable HuP associated with the intervention and inclusion of the appropriate HuP Technical work instructions to support execution of event free maintenance.d) Reformatting of existing maintenance work instructions, if required, in accordance with Nawah's Maintenance Procedures.e) Developing, compilation and updating of procedures and or work instructions, should it be required.f) Alignment with the required, and latest edition of the maintenance procedures.g) International Operating Experience (OE) to be included.h) Environmental considerations and the impact of spillages.i) Safety requirements relating to Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE)j) Risk Assessment of the task being performed.k) Support activities, which may include amongst others, scaffolding erection, insulation removal, rigging support, surface preparation, and painting.l) Tag-out/Lock-out requirements and plant isolations.
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