Welder - B-Pressure
Trinidad Design & Manufacturing - Nisku, AB
The purpose of this procedure is to establish and define the functional role, position requirements,
reporting relationships, authority, responsibilities and duties, and measurements of performance for the Welder.
2.0 BASIC FUNCTIONS
The Welder will operate welding equipment to weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals, troubleshoot,
repair, and manufacture oilfield equipment.
3.0 POSITION REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Active registration in an accredited apprenticeship program, qualification application, or
Journeyman certification (with Red Seal where applicable)
3.2 Good understanding of the English language
3.3 Good communication, oral, and written skills
3.4 Excellent knowledge of welding and related safety requirements
3.5 Ability to regularly lift 50 lbs
3.6 Continuation and progression of apprenticeship training as required
3.7 Commitment to corporate goals
3.8 Working knowledge of Quality Systems (ISO/API)
4.0 REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
The Welder reports directly to the Shop Foreman, and indirectly to the Senior Production Manager
The Welder, with the approval of the Shop/Welding Foreman, has the authority to perform all welding duties as directed.
6.0 PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
6.1 Read and interpret blueprints, welding process specifications, and weld symbols
6.2 Assure quality control is maintained as per Trinidad Design & Manufacturing Quality Management System requirements.
6.3 Operate all equipment involved with steel fabrication.
6.4 Operate manual or semi-automatic flame cutting equipment
6.5 Maintain traceability marking on inventory, raw materials, and manufactured parts and
6.6 Mark all welds with I.D. initials or I.D. number as required
6.7 Follow all applicable Quality Work instructions for special processes.
6.8 Use time clock accurately and write description of daily work performed on manual time copy
6.9 Continually learn new and better ways of building and repairing equipment
6.10 Follow all safety rules and wear required PPE at all times
6.11 Represent the company in a professional manner and treat fellow team members with dignity and respect
6.12 Participate in incident and accident reviews and investigations as required
6.13 Journeyman - Provide mentorship support for apprentices
6.14 Perform any and all other duties as assigned
6.15 Complying with all TDM, industry, and government-mandated practices, protocols and procedures as applicable.
6.16 Ensuring that your actions do not create hazards to yourself, other workers, or members of the public.
6.17 Refuse to work in unsafe conditions, perform work or operate motorized vehicles, or equipment you are not adequately trained for.
6.18 Reporting all near misses, hazards, incidents, accidents, occupational illnesses and injuries immediately to a supervisor or HSE representative through proper procedure.
6.19 Attendance and participation in all applicable company safety meetings and training programs is mandatory.
6.20 Ensuring the maintenance and good condition of tools, equipment and personal protective equipment prior to use.
6.21 Knowing the location, type, and method of operation of emergency response equipment
6.22 100% compliance with No-smoking, housekeeping, company speed limits, Personal Protective Equipment, maintenance policies and applicable safe work practices.
6.23 Do not exceed the physical demands of your job description, the company provides enough engineered and administrative hazard controls to perform any task safely.
6.24 Come to work every day, on time, and put forth a 100 percent effort
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