- Permanent, Full-time
- Salary: £30,000 - £38,000 + Overtime
- Location: SE England
- Skills: P601
- Industries: Mechanical Industrial Ventilation, Testing of systems
- Company: Hays Engineering
- Date Posted: 7 March 2021
- Closing Date: 30 April 2021
- Start Date: 12 May 2021
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- Ref: HAYS3903640
We are currently recruiting for a LEV Technician to be based at our client site near Stevenage in Hertfordshire. This is a permanent opportunity and there is a basic salary between £30K – £38K + overtime, dependant on experience. It is a 40-hour week with the working hours being 8:00am – 17:00.
• To carry out thorough examination & testing of local exhaust ventilation systems in line with industry best practice, legislation & procedures.
• To carry out repair works and assist in enabling contractors repair works.
• Investigate and provide suitable advice to remedy any faults discovered.
• To provide a key role in the delivery of planned and unplanned work relating to local exhaust ventilation on site. Work will include but not be limited to:
o Biological Safety Cabinets
o Fume Cupboards
o Ventilated Enclosures
o On-tool extraction
To remain compliant through training assigned to you by the company.
To take accountability for work undertaken including where necessary obtaining quotes from suppliers and third-party contractors.
To provide updates when required for any changes to work orders or asset information.
To identify current asset condition and any changes to plant condition.
To assist the wider team with any reasonable requests.
Person Specification & Requirements:
*Understand the principles of good control practice for hazardous substances and the role of local exhaust ventilation (LEV) in this regard.
*Demonstrate good understanding of current standards and testing methods related to LEV systems, Safety Cabinets, Fume Cupboards, Ventilated Enclosures and other systems on site.
*Carry out the testing of LEV systems used to control exposure to substances hazardous to health.
*Produce suitable records of the results of examination and testing as required by regulatory guidance and codes of practice.
*Understand and be able to describe the principles and the main elements of a LEV system.
*Judge whether a LEV system is capable of adequate control of the identified hazards.
*Carry out the necessary measurements safely to determine if a LEV system is effective and operating to the design specification.
*Establish, in circumstances where a system has not been properly commissioned, whether the system works effectively, controls exposure and determine the operating criteria for continued performance.
*Provide suitable advice to remedy any faults discovered.
*MUST hold a P601 – examination & testing of LEV systems
- Contact: Steve Clarke, Senior Business Manager
- Company: Hays Engineering
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 0333 010 5426