· Designing maintenance strategies, procedures and methods
· Carrying out routine scheduled maintenance work and responding to equipment faults
· Diagnosing breakdown problems
· Fitting new parts and making sure equipment is working correctly
· Carrying out quality inspections on jobs
· Liaising with client departments, customers and other engineering and production colleagues
· Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components
· Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment
· Monitoring and controlling maintenance costs
· Dealing with emergencies, unplanned problems and repairs
· Improving health and safety policies and procedures
· Develop maintenance strategies to help with installation and commissioning guidelines
· Ensuring there is continuous cover of the machinery and equipment in case of breakdowns.
· Preventing fires by providing regular inspections
· Reducing fire damage with the help of own equipment and by making sure it’s in the right working order
· Keeping station and equipment in great condition and providing regular maintenance, inspection, repair
· Analyze existing protection measures and design up-to-date fire protection systems.
· Inspect buildings or building designs to determine fire protection system requirements and potential problems in areas such as water supplies, exit locations, and construction materials.
· Inspect facilities or sites to determine if they meet specifications or standards.
· Develop training materials and conduct training sessions on fire protection.
· Teach safety standards or environmental compliance methods.
· Determine causes of fires and ways in which they could have been prevented.
· Determine causes of operational problems or failures
· Prepare and write reports detailing specific fire prevention and protection issues, such as work performed, revised codes or standards, and proposed review schedules.
· Prepare technical or operational reports