Profession pipeline compliance coordinator

Pipeline compliance coordinators track, compile and summarise all the compliance and conformance activities in pipeline infrastructures and fields. They ensure that works are carried out within regulatory frameworks. They strive to develop and implement compliance policies and recommend ways to minimize risk. They inspect sites, collect evidence, and report compliance needs to the management.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Investigative
  • Enterprising / Realistic
  • Realistic / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Security requirements of goods transported via pipelines

    Know the security requirements and safety measures necessary to avoid accidents during the transportation of goods via pipelines. Ensure measures for the transport of oil and petroleum products, olefin, ammonia, CO2, hydrogen, and others.

  • Pipeline transport regulations;

    Know about pipeline transport regulations and their application in pipeline fields. Apply pipeline transport regulations in the construction of new sites.

  • Environmental policy

    Local, national and international policies dealing with the promotion of environmental sustainability and the development of projects which reduce negative environmental impact and improve the state of the environment.

Skills

  • Analyse work-related written reports

    Read and comprehend job-related reports, analyse the content of reports and apply findings to daily work operations.

  • Ensure regulatory compliance in pipeline infrastructures

    Ensure that the regulations for pipeline operations are met. Ensure pipeline infrastructure compliance with legal mandates, and compliance with regulations governing the transportation of goods via the pipelines.

  • Test pipeline infrastructure operations

    Perform tests on pipelines, such checking whether there is continuous flow of materials through them, examining for leakages, and assessing the suitability of the location of the pipeline is.

  • Conform to health and safety regulations

    Carry out all work in accordance with relevant environmental and health and safety legislation, risk assessment requirements and company policies. Take the necessary health and safety precautions during work including posture the body well, safely operate tools and machinery, and wear the right clothes and protection for the climate.

  • Write work-related reports

    Compose work-related reports that support effective relationship management and a high standard of documentation and record keeping. Write and present results and conclusions in a clear and intelligible way so they are comprehensible to a non-expert audience.

  • Comply with checklists

    Follow checklists and ensure compliance with all the items included in them.

  • Apply company policies

    Apply the principles and rules that govern the activities and processes of an organisation.

  • Follow up pipeline integrity management priorities

    Perform follow up on priority actions in the pipeline infrastructure, such as complete coverage, service consistency, and facilitation.

  • Think analytically

    Produce thoughts using logic and reasoning in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

  • Execute analytical mathematical calculations

    Apply mathematical methods and make use of calculation technologies in order to perform analyses and devise solutions to specific problems.

  • Detect flaws in pipeline infrastructure

    Detect flaws in pipeline infrastructure during construction or over the passage of time. Detect flaws such as construction defects, corrosion, ground movement, hot-tap made by error, and others.

  • Monitor company policy

    Monitor the company's policy and propose improvements to the company.

  • Realise health and safety policies

    Ensure updating of health and safety (HSE) policies for their application in organisational procedures.

  • Monitor gauge

    Oversee the data presented by a gauge concerning the measurement of pressure, temperature, thickness of a material, and others.

  • Combine multiple fields of knowledge

    Combine inputs and considerations from a variety of diverse spheres (e.g. technical, design, engineering, social) in the development of projects or in the daily performance of a job.

  • Perform clerical duties

    Perform administrative tasks such as filing, typing up reports and maintaining mail correspondence.

  • Analyse pipeline database information

    Retrieve and analyse different types of information extracted from the databases of pipelines companies. Analyse information such as risks, project management KPIs (keyperformance indicators), goods transportation times, and document back-up processes."

  • Apply health and safety standards

    Adhere to standards of hygiene and safety established by respective authorities.

Optional knowledge and skills

assist with emergencies manage staff audit contractors inspect pipelines monitor work site develop contingency plans for emergencies pipeline coating properties conduct workplace audits deal with challenging work conditions advise on site selection

Common job titles

  • Operations & compliance coordinator
  • Operation compliance coordinator
  • Coordinator, scada compliance
  • Regulatory compliance coordinator
  • Environmental compliance coordinator
  • Compliance disclosure coordinator
  • Licensing coordinator
  • Program coordinator, chs pipeline/affinity programs
  • Project coordinator
  • Program coordinator