Assemblesrigging to lift and move equipment or material to construction project.
Therole of a Foreman is to assist the General Foreman in providing leadership,direction and supervision of craft workers; to provide coordination in orderthat crafts work in a safe and productive manner. They evaluate, monitor andreport on work progression, whilst ensuring that all works are conducted incompliance and in line with man-hour budget.
Thisperson is to have a full working knowledge of their craft sector, to be awareof industry/legislative changes, safety protocols, relevant certifications (forpersonnel or equipment).
- Loads, transports, unloads and assistsin selecting cables, ropes, pulleys, winches, blocks and sheaves, according toweight and size of load to be moved.
- Attaches pulley and blocks to fixedoverhead structures, such as beams, ceilings and gin pole booms with bolts andclamps.
- Attaches load with grappling devicessuch as loops, wires, ropes and chains to crane hook.
- Gives direction to crane operator orhoisting engineer engaged in hoisting and moving loads to ensure safety ofworkers and material handled using hand signals, loudspeaker, two-way radio ortelephone.
- Sets up braces and rigs hoistingequipment using hand tools and power wrenches.
- Has ability to tie various knots.
- Assembles and disassembles cranes.
- Splices rope and wire cables to make orrepair slings or tackle.
- May direct workers engaged in hoistingof machinery and equipment onto or off ships, railroad, cars or trucks.
- Performs minor maintenance or cleaningactivities of tools and equipment.
- Responsible for observing all safetyrules. Performs other duties as required.
- Coordinate the movements of hands andfeet according to visual signals and directions. Limits to standards ofaccuracy.
- Rate information using standards thatcan be measured or checked.
- Planand coordinate labor requirements.
- Evaluatingperformance against schedule.
- Closingout Punch list items as allocated.
- AdvisingGeneral Foreman of any issues, impacts, risks or potential costs (financial ortime).
- Maintainingand updating short range look ahead.
- Maintainand monitor company and project specific HSE plans, ensuring awareness andcompliance is asserted.
- Monitorsand reports on cost and man-hour budgets.
- May require a high school diploma or itsequivalent with previous years of experience in the field or in a related area.
- NCCER or equivalent certification with relevant experience.
- Minimumof 12 months documented field experience at Journeyman 3 level in chosen craftdiscipline.
- Musthave the ability to read and interpret instructions and documentation.
- Experiencein maintaining short range look ahead plans.
- Experience in monitoring cost and man-hour budgets.
- Work within precise limits or standardsof accuracy.
- Observe flat drawing or diagrams andunderstand how they would look as a solid object.
- Apply shop mathematics to solveproblems.
- Plan work and select proper tools.
- Compare and see differences in size,shape and form of lines, figures and objects.
- Basicunderstanding of IT systems, including: Email, MS Office (Excel), etc.
- Communicationskills, both verbal and written.
- Experience in adhering to, monitoring and implementing project HSEpolicies.
- Must supply own tools appropriate forbasic tasks.
Ifapplicable to the project, etc.
NP=NotPresent, O=Occasionally (0-33%), F=Frequently (34-66%), C=Constantly (67-100%)
Standing F Walking O Sitting O Pushing F Pulling F Climbing F Balancing F Bending O Stooping O Kneeling O Crouching O Crawling O Reaching C Handling C Fingering C Feeling F Vision F Hearing F Lifting (lbs) Carrying (lbs) 0-10 F 0-10 F 10-25 F 10-25 F 25-50 F 25-50 F