Electrical Commissioning Technician a person is appointed who has higher professional (technical) education and work experience as an electrical commissioning technician for at least 3 years.
Electrical Commissioning technician directly reports to the Field Commissioning Engineer and Lead Electrical Engineer.
Due to the specifics of his job the commissioning technician shall know:
RoK and PUE Regulations, directives, orders, guidelines, and regulatory materials for the organization of commissioning.
The basic technological processes of production at the enterprise.
Technical specifications, design features, purpose and operational modes of enterprise equipment, its technical operation rules.
Methods of installation, adjustment, and setting up of electrical equipment.
Control tools, devices and equipment used during inspection, commissioning and testing of equipment being serviced.
Experience with Electrical Configuration Documentation (Single Line Drawings, Wiring Diagrams, technical Manuals)
Test and Commission Switchgear, MV/LV Electrical Distribution Equipment and Protective Components.
Pre-Commissioning, Test and Energization of Panels, UPS Cabinets and Battery Chargers Circuits.
Testing and Energization of Lighting and Small Power DB’s, Power Transformers and Instrumentation and Telecoms DB’s
Testing and Energization of Field Electrical Consumers (Motors, Valves, Heaters etc.).
Organization of installation, commissioning and repair works, maintenance of equipment.
Supporting troubleshooting of Electrical issues associated with the electrical equipment, cabling, and components.
Verifying Commissioning Test results to support safe operation of the electrical Distribution System.
Best in-country and foreign safety practices in the field of commissioning.
The basics of labor laws.
The rules and regulations of labor protection.
Abilities to interface with Client, multi-discipline Company and contractor engineering personnel.
Cultural awareness and the ability to work with individuals from different nationalities
Familiar with “Permit to Work” System, Toolbox Briefs and Site-Specific Requirements
Organize and perform commissioning work of all kinds of equipment in accordance with the methodological, regulatory and other guidance material on the organization of pre-commissioning work, ensure its timely commissioning.
Prepare measuring instruments and apparatus for work, to perform metrological control.
Initiate works for the elimination of equipment defects revealed during commissioning.
Keep technical documentation during installation, commissioning and testing of equipment.
Assist in preparation of handover documentation, dossiers, redline mark-ups etc.
Supervise employees involved in commissioning and ensure compliance with occupational safety requirements in accordance with the type of work performed.