Rigging Engineers, Lift Planners Keep Oil and Gas Projects Moving
In fact, van Daal said that “trust goes a long way” in the profession.
“As a rigging engineer, you will be looked up to for solutions and advice and knowledge that others lack,” van Daal explained. “It is our duty to instill trust so that others can go and apply those solutions, advice and knowledge without having to wonder if they are not being put in harm’s way. Once that trust is there, the team will flourish.”
Finally, van Daal said that it behooves seasoned rigging engineers and lift planners to relay what they have learned to industry newcomers.
“Do not abuse your knowledge by keeping it to yourself,” van Daal noted. “The knowledge is not yours to keep, it is yours to share.”
Also on Rigzone: meet two up-and-coming rigging engineering and lift planning specialists who are benefiting from a transfer of institutional knowledge.
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