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DENNIS DEYZEL Occupation Maintenance Planner Age 41 Gender Male Nationality South African Ethnic Group White Language English, Afrikaans Desired job location Willing to re-locate within South Africa as well as Internationally. Current Employer Yara Animal Nutrition Durban Availability 1 month notice Contact Details Cell phone +27 (0) 79 500 6847 Tel +27 (0) 31 823 9666 Email [email protected] Residential Location Durban North, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa Profile Maintenance Manager with with 22 years’ experience in the Engineering fields including: Chemical (50%), Paper and Heavy Industry (40%), Textile (5%), Animal Feeds (5%). A self motivated and hard worker with management experience in all aspects of personnel work within the Engineering Industry. Ability to work with a strong degree of accuracy and effectiveness even under immense pressure. Able to use own initiative and work as part of a team. Proven leadership and Planning skills, including managing and motivating team members to achieve company objectives. An effective communicator at all levels within an organisation. Consistently works to the highest professional standards and thrives on delivering successful projects which yield positive results within the organisation. Education 1995 AECI (Midlands Factory, Sasolburg) Olifants Fontein (Red Seal). Fitting and Including Machining Achievements Standby duties and work on critical plant equipment were conducted whilst in second year of apprenticeship. 1993 Sasolburg Technical College N2 Fitting and Machinery Theory N3 Math; N3 Science; N3 Mechano. Technology 2006 - 2007

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dennis deyzel OccupationMaintenance Planner

Age41

GenderMale

NationalitySouth African

Ethnic GroupWhite

Language English, Afrikaans

Desired job locationWilling to re-locate within South Africa as well as Internationally.

Current EmployerYara Animal Nutrition Durban

Availability1 month notice

Contact Details Cell phone+27 (0) 79 500 6847

Tel +27 (0) 31 823 9666

[email protected]

Residential LocationDurban North, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

Profile Maintenance Manager with with 22 years experience in the Engineering fields including: Chemical (50%), Paper and Heavy Industry (40%), Textile (5%), Animal Feeds (5%). A self motivated and hard worker with management experience in all aspects of personnel work within the Engineering Industry. Ability to work with a strong degree of accuracy and effectiveness even under immense pressure. Able to use own initiative and work as part of a team. Proven leadership and Planning skills, including managing and motivating team members to achieve company objectives. An effective communicator at all levels within an organisation. Consistently works to the highest professional standards and thrives on delivering successful projects which yield positive results within the organisation.

Education

1995AECI (Midlands Factory, Sasolburg) Olifants Fontein (Red Seal).Fitting and Including Machining

Achievements

Standby duties and work on critical plant equipment were conducted whilst in second year of apprenticeship.

1993Sasolburg Technical CollegeN2 Fitting and Machinery Theory N3 Math; N3 Science; N3 Mechano. Technology

2006 - 2007Umbilo Technical College; Sastri CollegeN4 Math; N4 Science; N4 Mechano. Technology; N4 Supervisory Management; N5 Strength of Materials; N5 Mechano. Technology; N5 Power Machines

AchievementsObtained a distinction in N4 Supervisory Management.

1991New Forest High SchoolGrade 12 (Matric)

Achievements

Awarded Natal colours for Gymnastics two years running and was placed second in Natal first year running and 1st in Natal second year running 1987/1988. Was also part of the school athletics team and rugby team.

Professional Certifications / Registrations / Memberships

Trade tested Fitter including Machining (Olifantsfontein 1995)

Computer Skills Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Microsoft Projects SAP R3 SAP B1 Internet

Professional Strengths Strong planning, organising and monitoring abilities and an efficient time-manager. Used to working under pressure and meeting strict deadlines. Ability to prioritise and deal effectively with a number of tasks simultaneously Active and dynamic approach to work and getting things done Respond quickly to changing situations; and work well under pressure while maintaining individual team effectiveness. Ability to coordinate group projects and complex timelines

Able to solve complex problems through strong planning and strong implementation skills

Able to evaluate complex problems, develop alternatives and consider their impact on the organization Attention to detail, planning, organization, and daily delivery requirements Able to interact with other people at all levels of the organization and from diverse backgrounds. Strong analytical problem solving skills. Ability to relate well to others and establish good working relationships

Proven leadership skills involving managing, developing and motivating teams to achieve their objectives. Working knowledge of ISO 14001, 9001, NOSA

Working knowledge of engineering procedures.

Sound understanding of the national regulations regarding Engineering standards

Sound understanding of National Engineering Standards and good practices.

Sound understanding of preventative maintenance programs.

Strong leadership skills, self-directed and the ability to make independent decisions.Ability to think strategically and act tactically

Endorsements

...During this period of time Dennis has applied himself in a conscientious manner, in all tasks requested of him. Besides performing his normal duties, Dennis has assisted the company by performing standby duties, on behalf of other artisans who were not able to perform their duty at the time. Dennis is reserved gentleman who applies himself to the work at hand, rather than just talking about it. His attendance record is unblemished.Jeremy Reid, B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering; G.C.C. Sasol Fibres

Mechanical Expertise

Fault finding, overhauling and replacing of Pumps (KSB, Sulzer, Appleton & Howard, Mono Pumps, Warman, Corro, Piston, Diaphragm, Gear and vane pumps).

Fault finding, monitoring, replacing, routine maintenance and servicing of Atlas Copco oil injection screw compressors (Done oil sampling, oil changes, overhauling of load and unload valves, pressure testing of oil coolers and separators).

Monitoring, fault finding overhauling and replacing of Radicon Gearboxes.

Monitoring, fault finding, overhauling and replacing of stirrers and mixers.

Conveyor maintenance: Monitoring, fault finding, general repairs: Changing conveyor belts. Splicing of material belts on sludge conveyors. Removing & replacing guide rolls, drive rolls. Replacing bearings on drive rolls and guide rolls, belt alignments/tracking.

V-Belts: Inspection of belts and pulleys. Replacement of belts and pulleys. Alignment of belts and pulleys. Reading tension chart and tensioning belts accordingly with use of tension meter.

Pressure testing: I have experience with pressure testing a wide variety of equipments i.e. Tanks, filters, tube bundles, heat exchangers, steam/caustic evaporator bodies, compressor oil separators and air receivers.

Mechanical seals/Gland packing: Worked with and installed a variety of mechanical seals whilst stripping and overhauling centrifugal pumps. Have experience in repacking pumps and parallel installed agitators.

Carbon repairs: Have experience in repair carbon blocks on Hydrochloric acid towers. This entailed stripping the tower, inspect carbon blocks for chips, cracks etc. Then repairing cracks, chips with carbon putty and baking in oven to cure carbon repairs.

Clutches: Monitor, fault find and repair clutches (On coupling/motor) on various equipments.

Mechanical valves: Remove, replace and overhaul various valves: Butterfly, gate, ball, cone etc.

Pipe work: Replacing, strapping, inspecting and general maintenance such as replacing leaking gaskets etc. (Have experience with steam, water as well as hazardous chemicals and gases such as Chlorine, Hydrochloric acid, Sulphuric acid, Hydrogen, Mercury etc.).

Oil sampling of various equipment for analysis purposes. Overhaul, fault finding and repair to bucket elevators

Overhaul, fault find and repairs to Screw Conveyors

Overhaul, fault find and repairs to crushers

Overhaul, fault find and repairs to animal feed drier drums

Overhaul, fault find and repairs to coal furnaces (Including refractory replacements)

Overhaul, fault finding and repairs to spray drier unit Bearings: Insp, replacement of various bearings on pumps, gearboxes, rollers, agitators, conveyors, centrifuges and electric armatures etc. This involved setting up bearings with correct clearances, packing with correct grease and quantity etc.

Basic machining: Have experience with basic milling and turning of parts.

Alignment of equipment: Double DTI Clock gauge alignment and laser alignment on pump/gearbox/motor couplings as well as with pulley alignments on Vacuum pumps and agitators etc. Experienced with aligning pulleys with straight edge and plum line string to.

Removing and replacing Paper machine rolls and aligning (Been involved with numerous roll changes up to the weight of 30 tons plus).

Other general Paper Machine maintenance are: Maintenance on Fibron belts, steam and condensate heads, Paper winding and cutting machinery, Paper coating machinery, refiner pumps and vacuum pumps and slat conveyors etc.)

Pressure testing and general maintenance on Trichloroethylene and Cerechlor reactors.

Experience working on Chemical Hazard team with regards to Chlorine road tankers.

PROJECT WORK

Installation of new Santex shrink machine in the textile industry (Frame Textiles).

Installation of new 6 tub dye machine in the textile industry (Frame textiles).

Stripping and overhauling/refurbishment of rail road tippler (AECI, Sasolburg). Installation of entire new caustic soda Evaporator body (AECI, Sasolburg).

Part of team to rebuild/install new paper machine (Mondi, Merebank).

Various small projects of pumping system installations. Rebuild on coal furnaces: Refurbishment of furnace beds and rotating equipments and rebuilding divisional walls, roof within furnace, Demolishing of damaged refractory and replacement of refractories (Yara Animal Nutrition Durban, 2014). Replacement of ducting system for animal feed plant scrubber system (2014). Total rebuild of spray drier unit at Yara Animal Nutrition for processing of Kalori: To obtain increased efficiency and reliability of equipment (Past history proved that previous spray drier unit was changed out on a 3 monthly basis, after rebuild and modifications made spray drier unit ran for 12 month period and was still running at my resignation with YARA Animal Nutrition (Yara Animal Nutrition Durban, 2014). Investigated, compiled motivation expenditure proposal according to national regulations, planned and managed storage tank containment bund rebuild project at Yara Animal Nutrition Durban (Yara Animal Nutrition Durban, 2015). Total refurbishment of dust extraction system: Investigated, planned and executed the total refurbishment of an inefficient dust extraction system within a bagging plant (Yara Animal Nutrition Durban, 2015) Investigate national regulations, pre-planned replacement of Smoke stack up until pre execution phase at Yara Animal Nutrition (Resigned from Company prior to actual project execution) (Yara Animal Nutrition Durban, 2015). Scrubber pump modifications: Warman Pump bearing housing, end covers, shaft, gland follower, and lantern ring fabricated in house from 316L stainless. Volute, impeller and wear plate coated with acid resistant Nord Bak coating. Bearing housing was sent out for distressing. Pump was assembled and put into operation: No failures on pump since modifications were carried out (Failure on pumps was due to low PH resulting in excessive and excelled erosion of wetted and dry parts of pump, Due to cost of purchasing complete 316L pump we opted to treat modification as a project and execute in house at fraction of cost of new 316L Pump)

Professional course training2003SAPREF Fire TrainingS.A. Petroleum Refineries

2004OSHAS 18001 : 1999Mondi

2004Lubrication EngineeringSKF South Africa (Pty) Ltd - SKEFKO

2004Condition MonitoringSKF South Africa (Pty) Ltd - SKEFKO

2004BearingsSKF South Africa (Pty) Ltd - SKEFKO

2004TribologySKF South Africa (Pty) Ltd - SKEFKO

2004Hydraulic Aerial PlatformAfrica Training Centre

2005Rigging ProgrammeAfrica Training Centre

2005SAP Mondi

2006Linde Forklift (Operating Lift Truck)Africa Training Centre

2008MS Project Project Managemnt (Microsoft)New Horizons

2008Management Skills (Including Practical)Khukula

2008How to Motivate a TeamKhukula

2008Performance ManagementKhukula

2008Stock and Fixed Asset ManagementKhukula

2011Legal LiabilityMondi

2015Occupational Safety Risk Assessment Module 1Yara E Learning Module

2015Occupational Safety Risk Assessment Module 2Yara E Learning Module

2015Yara Ethics and ComplianceYara E Learning Module

2015EU Competition LawYara E Learning Module

2015Process SafetyEdvantage Group

2015Work PermitEdvantage Group

2015ChemicalsEdvantage Group

2015Management of ChangeYara E Learning Module

2015Process Safety Risk AnalysisYara E Learning Module

2015Driving Employee Engagement Through Informal FeedbackCLC

2015Your first steps as a manager: Afew golden rulesCross Knowledge

2015Feedback for PerformanceEdvantage Group

2015How to use SMART method to formulate pertinent objectives that motivate your staffCross Knowledge

2015Taking stock of your role as managerCross Knowledge

2015Why should you care about Employee Engagement?CLC

2015How to deal with demotivationCross Knowledge

2015Communicating Connecting to your peopleCross Knowledge

2015Helping your staff to progress by using the correct management styleCross Knowledge

2015Occupational Health & Safety Act 85 of 1993SRA SHE Solutions

2015The New Pressure Equipment Regulations & SANS 347Eventus Advantage Training

2015Lean Manufacturing Principles, techniques and implementation toolsYara Animal Nutrition Durban

Note: Lean training included the following: Systematic Work Place Organisation

5s

5s Audits

7 wastes (Eliminating wastes)

Process mapping Continuous improvement

Value Stream Mapping

Setting Key performance Indicators (KPIs) - SMART Gemba walks

Road Mapping (Fish bone diagram)

A3 Problem Solving (RCA)

Visual Management Systems

Standard ways of working

Safe Operating Procedures

OEE

Single Point Lessons

TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)

HAZOP Incident / accident investigations

Safe Job Analysis

Career History1.1December 2014 2015

Yara Animal Nutrition Durban

MAINTENANCE MANAGERResponsibilitiesGeneral Description

To professionally manage the Engineering maintenance function within the agreed budget. Improve plant availabilities, plan and co-ordinate all shutdown work. Ensure overall safety operations of the entire factory within OSH Act safety regulations, and to strive towards standards of excellence in all Maintenance operations. Implementation and upkeep of all engineering related items of the ISO 9001 and 14001system.A. HEALTH & SAFETY

Maintaining present NOSA system grading ensuring departmental compliance to requirements.

The loss prevention programme will be followed to ensure that a meaningful input on-site safety issues occur and losses in this area are reduced.

SHE Training will be developed to the extent that all Engineering employees are fully appraised of safety in their work areas and the expectations required of them.

Actively participate in the HSE programme with special regard to Yara standards of achievement.

Execution of SCAT reports when /if required and following through of identified corrective actions.

Incident reporting and recall to be adhered to.

Ensure that the desired TRI for the Engineering Department is maintained by measures as designated in the Yara Business Plan.

Subscribe to Behaviour Based Systems by conducted WOC as required per month.

Efficient close out of Safety corrective actions: High Potential- immediate; Medium Potential < 1 month.

Drive Safe by Choice Program within engineering thereby meeting all objectives, milestones and deadlines.

Support and partake in Departmental Safety Talks and Near Miss/Hazardous Condition reporting as required.

Maintain Synergi Management for the Engineering Department as per target close out requirements.

Ensure TOPS Compliance i.e. ensuring all Yara safety standards are implemented across the Engineering Department including contractors.

Risk Assessment training for Engineering Department to be completed and competency sustained.

B. SYSTEMATIC MAINTENANCE

Maintain the lean manufacturing program in accordance with Yara Small Site Productivity Systems.

Enforce systematic inspection by ensuring what gets measured gets done. Perform inspections as per plan Focus on workplace areas where a quality level is demanded and potential risks are highest. Follow up on deviations identified; take necessary action and feedback information to relevant stakeholders. Implement and sustain systematic maintenance program within the Engineering Department based on Yara Standards. Ensure uptime of plants as per agreed efficiency rates across plants and areas. Maintenance and continuous improvements on plants and machinery to be executed within prescribed budgetary requirements. Develop strategies and controls, together with the Production Department, with frequent revision of performance and planning, to achieve the desired objectives.

Implement scheduled/planned maintenance on equipments.

Ensure Critical spares for plant and equipment are readily available to minimize down time of plants.

Statutory requirements to be 100% adhered to and completed as per OSCH ACT Requirements.

Safety inspections to be 100% maintained and executed.

Orderly and systematic filing of legal and relevant documentation to be adhered to e.g Inspection, reports, statutory reports, technical information and drawings etc.

Executing root cause analysis on equipment/parts failures and following through with corrective actions till completion.C. QUALITY Full participation in ISO 9001 programme maintaining all required departmental procedures in place.

Maintaining high standards of engineering practices to ensure plant/equipment reliability and uptime of plants.

Preforming quality checks on all incoming fabrications of parts and spares to ensure compliance with technical specifications. D. PEOPLE Provide a motivational climate for training of employees and assist them to develop to their full potential, involving them in all relevant decisions that affect them.

Employees are continually developed to improve managerial, technical and other skills to enhance job satisfaction, productivity and promotional opportunities in a climate in which both managers and employees fully participate.

Assist the Human Resources Department where necessary to deal with all IR issues in Engineering Department promptly and as effectively as possible ensuring discipline remains intact. Ensure that the departmental HRIS commitments are sustained annually. Annual reviews of TDMYR and PMPs are completed within the HR department deadlines. Succession plans are in place and training needs identified and carried out on an annual basis.

E. ENVIRONMENTAL Maintain ISO 14001 status.

All related SOPs to be kept relevant and updated. Staff training thereof to be carried out..

Control of site waste viz. ash, Enviroserv bins etc. timeous removal, no spillage, documented as procedure.

Ensure that Stack analyser is maintained in working order at least 95% of the MCP Plant running time.

Ensure good housekeeping and engineering practices are adhered to in order to eliminate any environmental pollution, spillages occurring.

F. COST CONTROL Control monthly expenditure within budgetary requirements.

Co-ordination of cost control and Reporting on monthly variances with detailed reports.

Manage deviations on a monthly basis; encouraging innovation to improve on budgetary requirements.

Co-ordinate the preparation of the Annual Production budget within company deadlines

Targeted reduction of costs on an annual basis.

Release of Departmental Engineering Orders after review

Verifying and Signing off departmental invoices to be processed for payment.

G. ADMINISTRATION Upkeep of all related departmental spreadsheet and information.

Ensure that the information flow relating to factory data is delivered and distributed timeously and correctly as agreed with the other Departments.

Compiling task based risk assessments and safe job analysis and updating these documents every 3 years or when change happens.

Reviewing company policys and procedures and updating as required.

AchievementsAccepting role of responsibility as Maintenance Manager: Formerly employed as the Maintenance Foreman, I was offered and accepted the position of Maintenance Manager within 3 Months of employment. Increasing efficiency and reliability of crusher: During my employment with Yara I was confronted with an unacceptable high rate of bearing failures on our crushers. After fault finding it was identified that the base plates on which the bearings were mounted were not true thus resulting in the internal clearances of the Plummer blocks been distorted when tightening them into situ. The base plates were cut out and new base plates were installed. Equipment maintenance cost reduced drastically by roughly 90% of initial cost.See appendix 1

Spray drier unit modification to attain higher efficiency and reliability: Pre-existing spray drier unit was been changed out on a 3 to 6 monthly period in between an unacceptable rate of failure and breakdowns of unit. I investigated technical specifications of equipment and parts and modified spare unit according to findings. The result was that spray drier unit which was put into service in January of 2015 ran problem free up until Dec 2015 at which time i resigned from company: Equipment was still running when I left.See appendix 2Implementing Lean Manufacturing Principles within the Engineering Department: Having received extensive training over a 12 month period, In Lean Manufacturing Principles, tools and implementation techniques I implemented these learnings into the work place in order to increase the operational discipline across all areas of work place. The results were a more effective, efficient and disciplined team as well as management systems.

See Appendix 3 Been candidate chosen as part of, team of month: During the roll out of lean manufacturing across our plant I was part of a lean manufacturing team whom was chosen as team of the month based on our efforts to successfully implement the lean manufacturing principles across our plants and work place.

See Appendix 4

Having self-developed working standards recognized internationally across all Yara sites: As part of the lean manufacturing roll implementation I developed specific working standards for the Engineering work shop area which included: Revamp of Engineering work shop (5S), Development of Safe Operating Principles, Standard ways of working, as well as other visual management tools such as post shut reports, KPI monitoring etc which was published on the international Yara web site as an example of best practices to be implemented in other areas of Yara.See Appendix 5Implementation and execution of blue light project (Self Initiative): A self-initialized project to eliminate noise pollution on plant. Involved the installation of blue LED Spotlights on all site forklifts and pay loaders to warn pedestrians of vehicles reversing in their immediate vicinity.

See Appendix 6

Reason for wanting to leave

1.1December 2007 2014

Mondi Paper Mill

MAINTENANCE PLANNERResponsibilities Reporting to the Engineering Manager

Directly managing and coordinating a compliment of +/-20 external service providers.

Directly coordinating and liaising with foreman and Engineers from multiple disciplines within organisation with regards to daily and shutdown planned maintenance: Automation, Electrical, Mechanical, Projects, Production, Analytical, Electronics, Boiler making & welding, Rigging and scaffolding

Planning for Maintenance and repair of equipment to OEM standards.

Improving equipment availability through the optimization of all maintenance processes.

Plan, and coordinate daily (Weekly); Monthly maintenance activities.

Plan and coordinate monthly and annual maintenance shutdowns.

Ensure compliance with OHSA and company Policies, and ensure the safe maintenance and operation of equipment.

Promote continuous improvement and support improvement initiatives. This will include keeping up to date with all down time on Paper Machine and supporting plants / areas and ensuring that the 5 why process is followed by all disciplines to ensure that the problems experienced are understood by all disciplines and a that a way forward to eliminating downtime issues are discussed, agreed upon and followed.

Effective utilization, management and development of manpower.

Trouble shooting and problem solving whilst interfacing with all disciplines.

Ensure mill standards are maintained.

Assist with and coordinate shut down activities.

Perform standby duties and perform overtime when required.

Compiling Post shut reports.

Setting up and leading Pre Shut and Post shut meetings.

Planning all Statutory Maintenance for the year ahead in advance.

Compiling a detailed shut plan for the maintenance/Production shutdowns of the Paper Machine (Microsoft Projects).

Allocating resources, both external and internal to the tasks been planned on Shutdowns.

Liaising with all external suppliers/services as well as internal departments to secure required resources for the planned Shutdowns.

Creating all external orders required to secure external labour, services and spare parts and following up with these resources to ensure efficient service and delivery.

Creating work packs for each planned shut task per resource: Artisan, contractor, service provider etc. Creating a work pack includes the following: Printed works order which has the following info attached to it for the specific task at hand: Risk assessment for the task, Safe operating procedure for the task, Vessel entry procedure if required for the task.

Capturing and liaising with spares coordinators to ensure the BOMS (Bill of Materials) is kept up to date and populated as required.

Conducting random risk assessments/job observations of tasks and activities been conducted on and around the Paper Machine.

Conducting behavioural and housekeeping audits and following up on the progress to ensure Mill standards are adhered too.

Planning all shutdown and daily maintenance for disciplines across the mill: Automation, Electrical, Hydraulics, Mechanical, Boiler making, Rigging, Production, DCS, Electronics departments.

Standing in and fulfilling roles for Mechanical Foreman in his absence.

Maintaining SAP data base relevant to Area of responsibility

Create plans with Microsoft Projects for all planned maintenance; Monthly and annual shutdowns of Paper Machine and Mill.

Create MD & MR Notifications, Convert Notifications to PM orders, Create a variety of operations on SAP PM orders, Create Purchase Requisitions both for internal and external resources and supplies, Capture history, confirmations and technically complete all PM orders and Notifications as required, Capture leave / absences on SAP, Generate reports from SAP of outstanding PM orders .

Generate costing reports from SAP with regards to planned and actual shut maintenance costs.

Generate reports for SAP with regards to outstanding purchase requisitions and purchase orders.

Conduct approvals of external contractor/services clock in/out times as required from day to day / shut to shut.

Check spares availability or stock overviews via SAP and liaise with Store Coordinator and Procurement to ensure critical spares are kept stocked and available as and when required.

Generate stores requisitions for spares/materials as and when required by engineering disciplines.

Achievements

Implementation of specific planning procedures unique to the team with which I am a part which has streamlined the process and produced results which are evident through the efficient execution of all planned shutdowns.

Developed post shut reports which capture precise details of happenings within shut which has proved to be an effective History data base to turn too in problem solving.

Developed unique working methods with individual foreman and Engineers through building relationships with each individual, in understanding the dynamics which motivate and work for each individual character.

Through implementing and driving the Planning procedures along with section Engineers within the Paper Mill; Paper Machine no1 has developed into the mill standard to be reached with regards to shut planning and execution.Reason for wanting to leave Future of the Paper Industry in South Africa is dim due to overseas competitors thus there is no job security within this field of Engineering at present.

1.2MAY 2006 December 2007

Mondi

SHIFT MAINTENANCE FITTERResponsibilities

Reporting to the Maintenance Foreman

Promote and Carry out Preventative Maintenance

Ensure all machines are safe and fit for purpose

Installation of new machines and equipment

Overhaul and upkeep and repair of all plant machinery

Actively promote safe working practices

Work with and Coordinate Contractors

Undertake repairs and servicing to the highest standard in accordance with

work requests and pre-determined specifications

Fault Finding, testing, and the removal or adjustment of existing Machinery and parts

Effective Communication keeping Management and relevant parties aware and seeking advice and assistance when required.

Contribute to company objectives and values

To adhere to Company Rules / Health and Safety / Environmental standards and practices

Continuously look for improvements to the service and for effective good practice within the role as fitter and team player

Monitoring plant equipment

Performing standby duties

Create works order via SAP

Create Stores requisitions for spares via SAP

Close out and technically complete SAP work orders and capture history

Reason for leaving Promoted in-house

1.3MAY 2003 MAY 2006

Mondi

DAY SHIFT MAINTENANCEResponsibilities

Reporting to the Maintenance Foreman

Promote and Carry out Preventative Maintenance

Ensure all machines are safe and fit for purpose

Installation of new machines and equipment

Overhaul and upkeep and repair of all plant machinery

Actively promote safe working practices

Work with and Coordinate Contractors

Undertake repairs and servicing to the highest standard in accordance with

work requests and pre-determined specifications

Fault Finding, testing, and the removal or adjustment of existing Machinery and parts

Effective Communication keeping Management and relevant parties aware and seeking advice and assistance when required.

Contribute to company objectives and values

To adhere to Company Rules / Health and Safety / Environmental standards and practices

Continuously look for improvements to the service and for effective good practice within the role as fitter and team player

Monitoring plant equipment

Performing standby duties

Create works order via SAP

Create Stores requisitions for spares via SAP

Close out and technically complete SAP work orders and capture history

Reason for leaving Promoted in-house.

2.JUL 2002 MAY 2003

Frame Textiles

MAINTENANCE FITTERResponsibilities

Reporting to the Maintenance Foreman

Promote and Carry out Preventative Maintenance

Ensure all machines are safe and fit for purpose

Installation of new machines and equipment

Overhaul and upkeep and repair of all plant machinery

Actively promote safe working practices

Work with and Coordinate Contractors

Undertake repairs and servicing to the highest standard in accordance with

work requests and pre-determined specifications

Fault Finding, testing, and the removal or adjustment of existing Machinery and parts

Effective Communication keeping Management and relevant parties aware and seeking advice and assistance when required.

Contribute to company objectives and values

To adhere to Company Rules / Health and Safety / Environmental standards and practices

Continuously look for improvements to the service and for effective good practice within the role as fitter and team player

Monitoring plant equipment

Performing standby duties

.Achievements Gained experience with equipment used in the textile industry as well as experience in project work.Reason for leaving Better future prospects outside of textile industry.

3.AUG 2001 JUN 2002

Sasol Fibres

MAINTENANCE FITTER (DAY SHIFT).Responsibilities Reporting to the Maintenance Foreman

Promote and Carry out Preventative Maintenance

Ensure all machines are safe and fit for purpose

Installation of new machines and equipment

Overhaul and upkeep and repair of all plant machinery

Actively promote safe working practices

Work with and Coordinate Contractors

Undertake repairs and servicing to the highest standard in accordance with

work requests and pre-determined specifications

Fault Finding, testing, and the removal or adjustment of existing Machinery and parts

Effective Communication keeping Management and relevant parties aware and seeking advice and assistance when required.

Contribute to company objectives and values

To adhere to Company Rules / Health and Safety / Environmental standards and practices

Continuously look for improvements to the service and for effective good practice within the role as fitter and team player

Monitoring plant equipment

Performing standby duties

Achievements Gained new experience with Fibre Lines and was commended by management for my hard work and dedication into helping to ensure Plant was maintained (See attached letter of recommendation from Engineering Manager).Reason for leaving Retrenchment: Plant was closed down

4.JAN 1997 JUL 2001

A.E.C.I

ROTATING MACHINERY REPAIR FITTER Responsibilities Reporting to the Mechanical Engineer

Strip, repair and assemble plant rotating machinery including: Centrifugal, Piston, Diaphragm, Mono, Peristaltic and air pumps. Radicon Gearboxes, Stirrers, Piston Compressors and Vacuum pumps.

Trouble shooting of rotating machinery

Continuously striving to improve efficiency of rotating machinery.

Monitoring and servicing of screw compressors

Ordering and ensuring spare parts are available for repair work

Liaising with suppliers of spare parts: e.g.Mechanical seals, bearings etc.

Creating purchase orders for all required external spare parts

Installation of new rotating machinery and equipment

Effective Communication keeping Management and relevant parties aware and seeking advice and assistance when required.

Contribute to company objectives and values

To adhere to Company Rules / Health and Safety / Environmental standards and practices

Continuously look for improvements to the service and for effective good practice within the role as fitter and team player

Rotating Machinery repair Fitter in the pump shop (1997 2000). Moved from this position to an open position for a maintenance shift Fitter (2000 2001).Achievements Gained experience in newer technology and equipment with regards to making Chlorine (A new Chlorine Plant was installed on this site). Also gained good experience from a more senior artisan than myself whom shared the responsibility of working In the Pump Shop along with me.

Was a team member of the Hazchem team responsible for maintenance of Chlorine tankers and emergency response work on tankers when off site.

Reason for leaving Retrenchment: This Plant was closed down due to environmental issues and the threat to close surrounding built up areas.