Safety first;no permit work no work;no sas 558 no work;full p.p.e at work at all times:before starts work sign your daily risk assessment before:follow the company processurers;rules and regulations at all time.no horseplay at work.respect anothet
I learned so many things at kentz before I qualify and after. I did fabrication, reading of isometric drawing, use of hand and power tools, use of oxy-acetelyne cutting and heating, argon welding, arc welding, work as a team and work independently.
A lot to learn of u are attentive to detail and always willing to learn and add value to the company. Work become more critical during shutdown because everything is done with short and agreed planned time since the client will be expecting to get back their plant on that agreed time.
High Voltage Electrician (Former Employee) – Port Moresby Papua New Guinea – 18 July 2016
I have become more productive. Inspired to work. Salary compensated. I have learned a lot. Gave me opportunity to learn more and help me enjoy my work, inspired to reach my goal and provide good living condition for my family. My co workers are very supportive and considerate. In fact I have no regrets working for them.
IT Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Doha, DAW – 2 November 2015
Very good working envirnment and supportive staff.we can work with a team under a leadership. there was a lot of variey in what i did each day,ranging from the monotonous tasks to new projects that were challenging and exciting.
Junior Mechanical Engineer (Current Employee) – Vaal Triangle, GP – 11 February 2015
My typical day at work would range from various tasks whether it be form playing a supervisory role on site to the planning and preparation on shutdown maintenance. I have gained a substantial amount of information regarding how refineries operate and the various stages which is required to gain the final consumer product. I would say the hardest part of the job is the rigorous working hours we have to adhere to as the project is required to run 24 hours a day.
Productive, but demotivating with no clear indication of advancement
Quality Controller (Current Employee) – De Aar, Northern Cape – 18 July 2014
Same routine. Learning pattern restricted to minimum Management on specific project, incapable and militaristic, but the company in general< rest of South Africa, very professional,friendly and helping. Working away from home is by far the hardest part. Most enjoyable part is the rare opportunity to learn something new and to be able to be given the opportunity to do something new.
Good salary, free lodging, inconvenience allowance
Long hours, job insecurity, degrading management, no company training or interestd in personal advancement for employee