Executes the operational requirements of the PSM / RMP programs, conducts training, manages documentation and writes SOP's to ensure compliance to the program. Installs, inspects and repairs mechanical equipment items such as pumps, compressors, filling and processing equipment tied to the Ammonia and related cooling systems. Operate ammonia refrigeration equipment (compressors, condensers, receiving vessels, and pumps) to ensure safe and effective performance of the system. Operate and maintain the steam boilers as well as overseeing the annual boiler inspection and certification with outside auditors. Keeps training current to comply with IIAP/RETA requirements ( Ammonia Operator and Administrator training)
Coordinate and supervise the activities of contractors performing work on the ammonia refrigeration system and other pieces of equipment related to the ammonia system. Oversees the boiler treatment program and boiler inspections. Includes pre-job reviews, contractor job assessments and verification of contractor technician credentials and completion of onsite-orientation before work begins.
Work from oral and/or written instructions, prints and sketches; take field measurements and make workable sketches; prepare parts lists and purchase requisitions; make accurate, clear, complete and concise reports; prepare work schedules; and keep records on all work done and any equipment inspections performed. Completes forms such as contractor time sheets, parts used from inventory log, and work orders. Prepares draft RFE descriptions for the Ammonia and Boiler systems
Perform routine preventative maintenance procedures on all plant equipment including refrigeration equipment, and to fill out all of the associated paperwork. Dismantle, inspect, repair and re-assemble any standard machine or equipment item commonly used in the department. Monitor operation of the compressors and boilers. Change the oil, as needed. Change high pressure relief valves. Coordinates MII element of PSM program. Documents work by self, others and contractors into MII files and EAM system. Maintains recommended PM activities per IIAR/RETA and OEM recommendations.
Review and maintain all PSM documentation and logs, MOC, PSI, training documents and maintenance records. Assist HQ and 3rd party personnel with audits. Audits anticipated are: compliance, mechanical integrity, infrared, vibration and oil analysis, etc.
Recognize mechanical defects in machines and equipment by touch, sight and/or sound. Maintain the refrigeration equipment in compliance with OSHA-mandated Process Safety Management plan for a facility with 12,000+ lbs. ammonia present.
Develop, perform and train on SOP's, SMP's and other pertinent ammonia related documents. Leads teams as assigned to complete maintenance and repair activities. Leads annual SOP validation activities and documents results. Updates SOP's as needed.
Proficiently utilize calipers, feelers, micrometers, etc. in order to secure tolerance of 0:00l inches on equipment where required. Perform chemical tests on water from the boiler to ensure correct operation. Coordinates predictive testing on the ammonia system..
Read and interpret mechanical drawings of machines and equipment. Redline modifications to existing drawings and manage updates.
Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.