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Dubai United Arab Emirates P.O. Box 8988
Mobile No. : 009***********
Position applied: Document Controller / Foreman Preparator / Planner OBJECTIVE:
To enhance my capabilities and knowledge, to gain more ideas in an established company that offers advancement, challenges and opportunities.
An ambitious and dedicated Preparator/Foreman with over 13 years’ progressive experience in Marine Coatings. Good leadership and objective oriented management skills to meet the project goals. Technical inputs during each stage of blasting and painting project to identify deficiencies, recommending improvements and preventive actions. Competent at problem solving and meeting project schedules. Well versed in selection of painting consumable and equipment selections, review of vendor Tenders, procedures, provide program to meet schedule within allocated vessels drydocking. Good communication skills in interacting with project team, upper management, and sub –contractors. Good communication and Interpersonal skills. Acquired expertise in FPSO conversion and Ship Building, A highly self- motivated individual who continually strives to achieve personal and organizational goals.
Drydocks World Dubai
P.O Box 8988 Jumeirah Beach Road
POSITION: Work Preparator/Foreman/Planner/Document Controller Hull Treatment Department
September 18, 2007 up to present1
P.O. Box 8988 Jumeirah Beach Road
POSITION: Blaster / Painter
September 18, 2006 to September 17, 2007
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Document Controller/Manhour Controller
Issue documents and drawings in a controlled manner, using a database;
Receive incoming documentation and drawings in a controlled manner;
Ensure project drawings and documents are issued in a controlled manner and within agreed time-scales, this includes work pack preparation and issue;
File hard copy and electronic documentation in controlled manner as directed by line manager;
Issue documentation in line with agreed distribution matrices;
Aware of, and comply with all project procedures;
Any other ad-hoc activities as directed.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Work Preparator Foreman
Go through the tender and identify the confirmed jobs
Analyze, measurement and calculation using ships drawing and related plan to get areas midship section, shell expansion, general arrangement also Lloyds formula.
On-board inspection to identify various works to undertake (Hull Treatment, internal surface treatment) of blasting if spot blast or full blast.
Calculate agreed areas with Ships Owner or Representative during drydock identification process.
Doing schedule for various coating works
Prepare drawing/sketch with details the scope of work the confirmed activity and hand over to the foreman/charge hand for work completion
To give area and agreement copy to paint inspector signed by Owner for paint supply
To provide ships sketch for blasting/painting give to Foreman and Supervisor
To check the manhours booking and update the variance report
Monitor, update and report daily progress as per working program to Production Supervisor
Get time to time update of jobs daily
Identifying all additional job, get the paper signed by Owners representative
Preparing a list of all jobs and update daily
Should visit the owners daily and check if everything is okay
Monitoring all the vessels manhour every day and updating in the system for monthly report
Updating all vessels information into the system
Controlling all the vessels documentation for filing
Make programs for the manpower
Lease with the Owner, Ship managers, Commercial department and with other trades
Attend daily production meeting on board the vessel with Ship Manager, Owners rep., and other department.
Should give feedback to Supervisors and Senior Preparator regarding meeting on board
Priorities job and plan accordingly
Double check hours booked against given hours and update accordingly with supervisors and commercial department
To call final inspection for all jobs done
To make final acceptance paper and get it signed by Owners Representative DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Hull Treatment Quality Control Checker (basic training for 6 months)
Performing in process inspections and final inspections in hull, deck, tanks, cargo hold etc.
Recording results of such inspections
Ensure paint distribution according to paint suppliers’ instructions
Reject all non-conforming work associated with such inspections
Collecting and collating inspections records into suitable files
To check the chloride on the surface blasted upon Owners requirements
To check the difficult area on surface painted inside the tanks
Preparation and maintaining records of climatic conditions and inspection
Prepare monthly report (activity report/vessels report)
Experience also in Silicon coating from different Paint Company DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Blaster/Painter
Responsible onsite activities of blasting and painting in the hull, deck, tank, cargo hold etc.
Carrying Hull Scraping, High pressure washing, Hydro blasting and power tooling
To make sure the correct standard of blasting if Grit sweep, Sa 1.0, Sa 2.0 and Sa 2.5
Taking paint thickness checking using DFT gauge as per Owner Specification required
Taking all the safety precautions and protective measures required for the work being conducted
Responsible and passionate worker
Works under minimal supervision
Open to all learning options
Diligent and sees to it that the goals set are not just meet but exceeded. SKILLED AND FAMILIAR OF DIFFERENT TYPE OF SURFACE TREATMENT
Hull treatment external and internal surface treatment
All types of Blasting standard like Grits sweeping, Sa 1.0, Sa 2.0 & Sa 2.5
Pre-treatment like Scraping, Degreasing, HP Washing
Mechanical cleaning like Power tooling standard St.2.0 and St.3.0
All types of Hydro blasting standard WJ4, WJ3, WJ2 & WJ1
Usage of coating like Epoxy, Silicon, Ice breaker paint, Antifouling, Glass flake, Anti Abrasive paint etc.
Safety of all the equipment for coating works
Coating renewal and repair
Familiar also different types of ships like VLCC tanker, ULCC tanker, Cargo, Container, Bulk carrier, Gas carrier, Passenger, Rig, Dredger, Offshore vessel, Tug boat, Roro, Reefer etc.
Basic Training and Seminars at Dubai Drydocks Training Center
Introduction to Microsoft Micro soft Office 2007
Introduction to Quality Management System
Microsoft Excel 2000 Level I
Permit to Work System
Leadership PORT level I and II
Safety Induction (HSE)
Painter Trade Test
Blaster Trade Test
College (1999-2003) Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Philippine Merchant Marine School
Las Pinas City, Philippines
Age : 37
Civil Status : Married
Citizenship : Filipino
Religion : Roman Catholic
Date of Birth : December 25, 1981
Passport No. : P9831636A
Language Known : English and Tagalog,
I hereby certify that the above information are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Christopher C. Giganto