Company: Global Petroprojects Services AG
Skills: Heavy Lift / Pipelay, Crane Operator
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Worldwide


? 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


? Operate the crane within the designed crane load capacity, in accordance with the derating tables applicable to existing weather and sea state conditions
? Perform 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 Tuggerhoist 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