A Level 2 Marine/Offshore and Diving Medicine Professional (Royal College of Edinburgh, UK) addresses our Medical Intervention requirements
Trained at The Underwater Training Center. FT William UK.
Successfully managed 100000 hours of tunneling work under pressure ranging from 0.6 bar to 1.8 bar, with no incident to report. Out of this about 1000 hours was "hot work"
Held top management positions at Oil Fields in India
|An ever inquisite kid was the busy bee of the neighborhood at Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.|
|After graduation completed his HSE part 1 diving course at THE UNDERWATER TRAINING CENTER FT William UK. (http://www.theunderwatercentre.com/fort-william/diver-training/diving-courses/)|
|After the brief stint with the industry - returned to train in Diver Medic and ROV (remotely operated vehicle pilot training).|
|Worked on various Offshore diving projects for consulting major engaged in Underwater INSPECTION MAINTENANCE and REPAIR of Offshore structures.|
|Associated with CAIRN ENERGY, India (RAVVA oil field operations). Was the lead diver and instrumental in drafting and implementing procedures & process that became the de facto standard operating procedures & safety processes across the Organization.|
|Was elevated to "Client REP & Diving Superintendent" and from there to the coveted position of "Construction Superintendent of Lakshmi field At Hazira, India.
◉ set up standard operating procedures
◉ Implemented complete process of intervention
◉ set up standard operating procedures, safety measures, miner medicals, and training.
|At Chennai & Bangalore Metro Projects completed over 1 lakh hours of work under pressure ranging from 0.6 bar to 1.8 bar, with no incident to report. Out of this over 1000 hours was hot work( cutting and welding) in a confined pressurized atmosphere (without an incident).|