WTG Client Representative
Job ID 12229
WTG Client Representatives are required to join a major offshore wind farm developer in the UK.
- The client rep will be on board the jack up installation vessel overseeing the works conducted by the WTG contractor.
- Ensuring that all necessary activities are recorded on the Daily Progress Reports (DPRs).
- Provide continuous client representation, 12‐hours per day, following the Employer's and Contractor's procedures.
- Act as conduit for communications between Contractor's offshore team and Client onshore team. Facilitate clear communications that promote safe, effective and efficient operations.
- Review and understand the Contractor's procedures, task plans and risk assessments and provide oversight to ensure these are being followed onboard.
- Involvement in the management of change process in relation to changes to the procedures or engineering. T
- he Client representative may be required to sign off these for minor changes or communicate to the onshore engineering team.
- Complete spot checks of critical Contractor's equipment (if required) as requested by onshore team or based on experience. Challenging poor maintenance or management practices.
- The responsibility to stop the job if a serious QHSE risk to personnel or assets is posed by the Contractor's actions or operations.
- Review and report on the QHSE indicators from the vessel safety management system. Including any follow up NCR or incident report information required from the QHSE department.
- Ensure the Contractor conforms to their responsibilities under the CDM regulation and consents and licensing requirements.
- Submit a Daily Progress Report (DPR) containing information about the progress of the previous (24hrs) day.
- The Client Representative will respond to any Employer comments on a DPR within 24‐hours and endeavour to ensure that DPRs can be approved by the Employer as soon as possible.
- Review confirms or comment on the Contractor's DPRs within 12 hrs of receiving.
- Dial in to the daily call between the Marine Coordinator and the Contractor and maintain sufficient communications with the Marine Coordinator throughout.
- Record any damage to assets as soon as reasonably practical.
- Record lessons learned, including a summary of issues that arise during the operations along with recommendations for the future.
- Provide onsite decisions and instructions as per the relevant Client Representative decision process and guidelines.
- Surveillance for and alerting to the WTG Package any WTG Installation risks.
- Coordination and communication with various project stakeholders (Marine Warranty Surveyor, HSE, Consents, Environmental, QA).
- Attending daily pre task meetings or toolbox talks.
- Oversee that works are in accordance with the construction phase plan and that the emergency response plan is followed.