Turbine work is an energy consume but if you know your way i.e you are professional on the field is as easy as ABC.
Pros: while on site company take care of the accommodation, laundry and feeding
Cons: on site, there's short and long break, there's free health service both on field and at home
Every day at work, we assume that the task of the day was never done before and we start it with tools box talk in other to discuss the day activities and also going through the JHA (Job hazard analysis) or JSA (Job safety analysis) and complete it with safety talk.
I learn a lot during these processes because it gave me foresight of what am about to encounter in the field for each particular day.
The management of the company do their utmost for each and every member of the staff in other for us to be equip in our dealings. they organize training both the Turbine and EHS training in Nigeria and abroad.
I was fortunate to have people that are committed and dedicated to the job they are doing, my co-workers are well motivated and each of us respect everybody's feeling.
The hardest part of the job is when am working in the combustion chamber, because that is the HEART of the Turbine, is a very sensitive part that we can not toil with because any problem their might leads to temperature spread or cold spot and these can trip the Turbine.
The most enjoyable part to me is when am using precision tools like Micrometer, Caliper, Sliding parallel, Snap gauge, protractors and feeler gauge to take measurement.