4281 Facilities Coordinator
Under direction from the Principal Program Safety Manager, this position facilitates the annual review and documentation of existing and new FOM Lock-out/Tag-out procedures for the facilities to meet the objectives of the EHS Program Owner.
Annual Review of Existing Procedures:
Review database of completed and uncompleted Lock Out-Tag Out (LOTO) Procedures.
Identify LOTO procedures that need to be field reviewed within the calendar year.
Develop an annual schedule to ensure that all procedures are reviewed annually. Schedule should be designed to have a full building reviewed at a time.
Perform annual review of all procedures, one by one checking for accuracy and needed changes. If changes are needed, document the changes in the LOTO procedure and notify the Company’s approver of changes made.
Submit LOTO’s to the Company’s approver, and once approved, make effective for use and update the LOTO tracking document.
Review of New LOTO Procedures:
Receive written procedures from JLL Reliability group.
Schedule field walks with JLL for individual LOTO’s on new equipment, or on existing equipment that previously did not have an equipment specific LOTO.
Field walk each LOTO and review for technical accuracy.
Field approve or reject LOTO’s.
Update database for LOTO’s that have been field approved.
Track LOTO’s through system to ensure that new LOTO is uploaded into the corporate documentation repository system.
Track LOTO’s to ensure that all LOTO’s submitted into documentation repository are approved by the Company’s personnel.
Report out any pinch points in the process that might impact schedule.
Education and Experience
High School graduation or equivalent.
At least 18 years of age.
College level courses or experience in working with mechanical systems is preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Inspection practices and procedural review.
Mechanical equipment and systems such as pumps; heating/cooling systems; supply & exhaust systems; compressed air systems; high pressure cleaning systems, systems involving gases and vacuum; generators; tanks; electrical systems such as transformers and switchgear; elevators; conveyors; hydraulic systems; etc.
Safely and efficiently use safety practices to perform essential duties.
Review maps and technical drawings for information.
Learn technical concepts, procedures, and the operation of mechanical systems.
Work effectively as a member of a team.
Follow both verbal and written instructions.
Meet assigned deadlines for compliance training.
Read, comprehend, retain, and apply a large number of technical procedures, policies, and orders.
Work under conditions involving climbing ladders to roofs; climbing over or under pipes; duct work; electrical conduit; tight spaces, environments that may be noisy, cold, or warm.
Tactfully and effectively interact with all people regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, age, or economic status.
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
PLEASE NOTE: Our client has mandated COVID-19 vaccination for their workforce, all external personnel providing services to our client are required to comply with this requirement.