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RFP-342355 Fire Protection Specialist

Support Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) Fire Protection Program to ensure compliance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) code and understand the Fire System Maintenance challenges. Additionally preform datamining to create a database that identifies system components, system requirements and the completing of schedule maintenance. Ensure WRPS and Mission Support Alliance/Fire System Maintenance (MSA/FSM) interfaces for Fire Protection challenges are track for fire safety and the issues are resolved to better facilitate the safe completion of all work. Provide oversight of FSM work in WRPS facilities.
Description of Work-Specific
• Fire Suppression/Fire Alarm Systems Support and Oversight: Review installed suppression systems for compliance with the requirements of the Code of Record and engineer drawings. (This includes field walk downs during construction.). Fire Alarm System Support and Oversight: Review installed Fire Alarm systems for compliance with the requirements of the Code of Record. (This includes field walk downs during construction.)

• Fire Protection Facility Support and Oversight: Participate in the North Employee Accident Prevention Council/Employee Accident Prevention Council (NEAPC/EAPC) fire protection walk downs and as necessary conduct facility fire protection walk downs with facility representatives to observe facility conditions and provide suggestions for corrective actions improve non-compliant conditions within a facility. Ensure facility compliance with NFPA 801, NFPA 101, DOE Fire Protection requirements, and Company Standards & Procedures.

• Participate in Team Planning Meetings (e.g. Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), hot work permits, walk down), Participate, coordinate and interface with facility maintenance and FSM. Work with Facility Maintenance on means of egress compliance.

• Perform routine assessments of various systems and challenges. Assess combustible loading in WRPS foot print.

• Assist craft with inspections and corrective actions concerning Fire doors Fire Barriers.


PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS
Required Qualifications/Skills

• Provide evidence of minimum 5 years experience (training, working knowledge, and/or experience in fire protection system inspection, testing, and maintenance).

• Provide evidence of minimum 5 years experience (training, knowledge, and/or experience applying codes and standards of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)).

• Fire Alarm Systems: NFPA 70, National Electrical Code NFPA 72, Fire Alarm Code

• Fire Suppression Systems: NFPA 13, Standard for Installation of Sprinkler Systems
• NFPA 25, Standard for Water-Based Fire Protection Systems

• Provide evidence that training, knowledge, and/or experience exist to problem solve and develop Fire Protection maintenance program on MS office products.

• Education requirement: Minimum High School Diploma or GED Equivalent.

Desired Qualifications/Skills

• NICET Level 2 Certification in Fire Alarm Systems. https://www.nicet.org/

• NICET Level 3 Certification in Fire Suppression Systems. https://www.nicet.org/

• Previous Hanford Site Experience and training listed in 4.0 Training.

Training
Hanford General Employee Training (HGET) is mandatory for badging and HLAN Access.

Specific training information and requirements or exceptions.

• 358001 TOC General Employee Training (GET) – CBT
• 350761 TANK FARM AND 242-A FACILITY ORIENTATION AND FEHIC
• 03E079 ETF FEHIC - CBT
• 705705 ETF FACILITY ORIENTATION – CBT
• 000071 222-S LAB FACILITY ORIENTATION AND FEHIC - CBT
• 044391 PORTABLE LADDER SAFETY - CBT
• 044371 USERS SCAFFOLD SAFETY - CBT

Work Location/Potential Access
The specific work location(s) for the performance of this work is 2750E/200E.

Site Access/Work Hours
Hanford personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work week consist of ten (10) hours of work between 6:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with one-half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday. For work supporting the 222-S lab, the standard operating work week for the lab is modified slightly to a ten hour period of 6:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m.
Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and approved in accordance to procedure TFC-BSM-CP_CPR-C-12.

Special Requirements

Personal Protection Equipment
The Subcontractor will be responsible for all personal wear items such as prescription safety glasses, steel toed work boots and inclement weather wear clothing. Subcontractor shall provide a cell phone if needed.

Use of Government Vehicles
One or more Subcontractor employees will have access to Government-furnished vehicles while performing this statement of work. Prior to initiating work the Subcontractor will present the employee(s) valid driver’s license to the BTR for review.

There is no anticipated need for any Subcontractor employees to use a Government-furnished vehicle in the performance of this statement of work. The Subcontractor’s employees, therefore, are specifically prohibited from driving any Government-furnished vehicles under the performance of this statement of work unless this statement of work is formally so modified by the parties and the employee(s) will present a valid driver’s license to the BTR for review.

ESH&Q Requirements

The requirements & programs identified in Preliminary Hazard Analysis PHA ID: 32 is to be used for evaluation dealing with general office duties performed in TOC-controlled office facilities and/or observations/walkthroughs in tank farm non-radiological and controlled radiological areas, including soil contamination areas and buffer areas, requiring a Low Risk Radiological Work Permit (RWP) only. Only observation activities are allowed (no hands-on work activities may be performed). Ladder/scaffolding access is not allowed.

When performing work on site or at TOC Controlled Facilities, the Subcontractor shall work to General Hazards Analysis (GHA) or an approved JHA.

There is no relocation or per diem offered for this assignment.

For Immediate consideration, please submit resumes to rwheeler@udrconsulting.com and awilliams@udrconsulting.com.

UDR Consulting, INC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, Woman-Owned, Minority-Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business. An Equal Opportunity Employer that supports a drug-free work environment.
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