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Maintain clean work environment and roof protection
Use appropriate hand and power tools to properly measure, cut, assemble, and install all types of pipe and/or similar tubular products
Install supports, valves and other control equipment as required or directed
Help test installed piping systems and install all other related items in accordance with the applicable plans and specifications
Bolt, clamp or tack-weld parts to secure in position for final welding
Utilize all pipe fitting techniques and methods for different types of piping systems and pipe couplings including butt welded, socket welded, threaded, Victaulic, grooved, glued and fused joints
Understand and implement lockout/tagout procedures in a safe manner
Follow established job-site safety and regulations and maintain a safe and clean work area.
Identify safety hazards you or other employees may be subject to and take all necessary corrective action to eliminate or minimize hazards.
Perform all other job-related duties as requested by supervisor
Education: High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)
Experience: Minimum 1 years’ experience as a welding or pipe-fitter apprentice
Must be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions rapidly and accurately.
Communication Skills – Comprehend documents such as safety rules, operating maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. The ability to understand information, ideas, direction and then be able to perform the task or project discussed. Also, to be able to ask questions to insure you understand the information given
Must have a basic knowledge of pipe-fitting techniques and welding methods
Must have basic knowledge of rigging equipment
Must posses basic knowledge for reading and understanding drawings
Must be able to work with carbon steel, stainless steel, PVC, poly/HDPE, copper, and various high pressure/temperature alloys
Must be able to understand the use of bevellers, threaders, torches and other end prep equipment
Must be able to set up welding machines as required
Must be able to operate mechanically powered lifting equipment for both personnel and materials as trained