Based in the Talisman Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Office, the incumbent shall be responsible for the integrity of Talisman Malaysia Limited topside static mechanical equipment and piping. He shall ensure that:
• Programmes, budgets and contracts are developed or reviewed timely so that the inspection and corrosion management activities could be carried out by on TML Assets.
• Agreed inspection programmes are implemented and completed by the Operations Inspection Group and any failures variations and amendments are fed back to the Operational Assurance team.
• Following site inspection, results are reviewed; Integrity reports are issued and future inspection requirements defined.
• In case of anomalies (non-conformances, incidents), way forward is identified, corrective actions are created and tracked in the Computerized Integrity management System (CIMS) and changes (AFA, ARCR, etc.) are initiated.
The Topside Integrity Engineer shall also:
• Contribute to the prevention of accident/incident due to equipment failure
• Propose and monitor yearly Integrity Work Plan & Budget;
• Optimise productivity of integrity resources.
• Develop or review Operational Integrity procedures for Topside Integrity work activities in accordance with Talisman Global
Standards and Golden Rules for safe operations;
• Disseminate Talisman Global Standards, Operational Integrity procedures and specifications to peers, subordinates and
Integrity / Inspection Engineering contractors;
• Review development of asset register for new or modified topside facilities;
• Participate in the development or review of topside inspection, corrosion management and fabric maintenance
methodologies (time based, risk-based);
• Review development or update of topside integrity and inspection technical procedures;
• Supervise topside integrity and corrosion management studies carried out by third party contractors;
• Prepare and review upload of yearly, 5 yearly and longer term schedules for topside inspection and corrosion management;
• Review of Site Inspection Reports and development of Integrity Reports;
• Raise anomaly report in the Computerized Integrity Management System (CIMS);
• Prepare periodic integrity progress vs. plan report for TML Management and stakeholders.
• Collect data and information pertaining to anomaly;
• Carry out or supervise defect assessment and/or failure analysis, define causal factors and root causes, identify generic root causes
• Propose corrective actions for topside static mechanical equipment, structures and piping;
• Evaluate production losses and remediation costs
• If necessary, participate in risk assessment for evaluating if asset is safe to operate;
• Develop anomaly reports and create events in the CIMS for corrective actions;
• Initiate Engineering Changes (AFA), Repair/Replacement (QR), Planned Inspection programme changes, Integrity document changes following approval of corrective actions;
• Track corrective actions progress and report to TML management
Repair and Replacement (QR)
• Initiate Repair or Replacement, describe problem, propose solution and justification within the QR;
• Once repair / replacement completed and documentation available, develop an integrity report that specifies changes to be carried out in the CIMS update (corrosion circuit update, AR change, Inspection Programme Change Request, baseline inspection records upload, etc.);
Management of Change
• When necessary, raise Engineering Change request (AFA), Asset Register Change Request (ARCR), Equipment Integrity change request (EICR) or Inspection / Integrity Document Change Request (DCR).
• Once changes are completed and documentation available, develop an integrity report that specifies changes to be carried out in the CIMS for system update;
• Review engineering change, asset register change, planned inspection data to be uploaded in the CIMS.
• Review Job Plan Tables change / update, spare parts requirements in CMMS (MAXIMO) if required for EICR.
• Carry out risk assessment for Inspection Activity Variances (IAVC), Evaluate production losses and remediation costs.
• Participation to the preparation of summary workscope and work control documents for incorporation in new invitations to bid, contracts and contract variations.
• Audit and critical review of work practices, procedures, techniques, personnel and equipment used by Talisman and Talisman contractors in performing work for Talisman;
• Preparation and/or revision of yearly and longer term Integrity and Integrity budgets;
• Monitoring of budget usage of contractors’ expenditure against release orders;
• Preparation and presentation of technical, safety and budgetary justifications to higher management and to Petronas
• Review of new systems, emerging technologies and innovation in the inspection and data management industries, with a view to ensuring current best practices are adopted by Talisman;
• Provide input for reviewing, tuning and developing Talisman’s existing Computerised Integrity Management System to improve topside inspection/integrity work efficiency and quality where possible;
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIREMENTS
The jobholder should possess B. Sc. (Hon.) in an engineering or subsurface related discipline of relevance to operations, quality control and/or integrity management;
The jobholder should have all of the following as a minimum:
• 8 years experience in the Oil & Gas Industry in an integrity-related role, 3 years minimum with a leadership role.
• 5 years experience in inspection of topside static mechanical and piping facilities
• 3 years experience in RBI methodologies and studies
• 2 years experience in setting up or/and usage of computerized inspection / corrosion management systems
• Fluent in English, written and spoken
• Strong Computer skills: Computerized Inspection management System, Computerized Maintenance Management System -MAXIMO-, RBI software –Orbit-, Microsoft office, Computerized Subsea Inspection Systems).
• Familiarity with topside static mechanical equipment fabrication codes and inspection techniques;
• Familiarity with engineering change management through management of change process, including documentation requirements;
Required Skill Set & Knowledge
• Good knowledge of technical safety, occupational health and environmental hazards related to new construction project and modification works;
• Able to recognize the need for, initiate, conduct, document and manage an effective Job Hazard Analysis process;
• Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of construction and repair processes and associated documentation;
• Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of inspection, destructive and non destructive testing techniques, including advantages and limitations;
• Able to advise and make decisions on QA/QC requirements for construction and modification projects, taking into consideration HSE issues and cost-effectiveness;
• Able to assess inspection personnel performance, training/mentoring needs & optimum duties allocations;
• Able to manage and develop a small team of contractors, but similarly skilled, engineers.
• Able to use Microsoft Office applications, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel, at an advanced level;
• Able to generate comprehensive reports and presentation packs;
• Able to interpret engineering drawings;
• Able to confidently present project briefings and informational handouts to all levels of project and managerial personnel;