Instalcom are seeking an T137.11 PCSM experienced in oil filled cable decommissioning and associated substation decommissioning to join their London based LPT Cables Decommissioning Scheme. The successful candidate will assist with the preconstruction mobilisation of the project together with facilitating the Principle Designer site surveys during the design progression and construction mobilisation phases.
The successful candidate must previously have been nominated as a Principal Contractor Site Manager (PCSM) in compliance with NG TP137, delivering the following responsibilities:
Ensure that a suitable CPP, accepted by the Clients Delegated Representative, is available on site from the commencement of site access and reviewed, updated and implemented as necessary until the completion of all works.
Ensure development of the Site Waste Management Plan.
Ensure information is supplied to the PD Rep (Design & Build) for incorporation into the H&S File.
Convene, chair and prepare minutes for the Pre-Site Start Meeting at least 6 weeks prior to site access. This period may be reduced subject to formal agreement between the Clients Delegated Representative and PC Site Manager. This meeting shall utilise the SHESQ&P meeting agenda in UKBP/TP163.
Convene, chair and minute the first Weekly SHESQ&P meeting as soon as is practicable after site access and then further weekly meetings. These requirements are defined in UKBP/TP163.
Ensure that the Request for Safety Documentation forms are given to and discussed with the SAP at least three weeks prior to work commencing (Form UKBPTP163.03 – Request for National Grid Safety Document).
To have an agreed method of communicating the status of the CDM Zone to the occupier during out of hours emergency working. See Site out of hours CDM Communications sheet – Form UKBP/TP137.06.
Maintain an accurate CDM Demarcation zone drawing managed in accordance with form
Instalcom Limited is a Utility Contractor formed in 1989 based in London with offices in Borehamwood, Charlton, Manchester and Edinburgh to supply utility contract services throughout the UK. In 2002 the company was acquired by O’Connor Utilities Limited who are the parent company based in Manchester.
The benefit this brings is that a national resource provides a hands on service with the comfort to customers that projects are delivered by experienced project teams, with personal customer service from concept to post completion anywhere in the country to the highest standards. It is this approach, together with Instalcom’s continual business improvement strategy that has resulted in the company’s steady growth over the past 10 years.
Instalcom currently have a work force of 300 operatives which is supported by a Head Office and management structure of 110. The company turnover has increased year on year and will exceed £60 million in 2019.
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