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Objective


to obtain a challenging career opportunity in marine & naval architecture.


Experience


1)From Egyptian Navigation Co.:

Period: from (01.03.2004) to (31.08.2004)

Job title: project coordinator engineer.

Work performed:

-Responsible for all repair & maintenance on board.

-Collection of all information's available from ship specification before ships arrive alongside.

-Once ship arrive leaded a work shop team on board.

-Clarification with ship staff of any unclear items.

-Identification on board specified works with the work shop team.

-Follow – up works on board & in work shop.

-Preparation final report of repair for approval.



2)From Egyptian Ship Building & Repair Co.:

Period : from (09.01.2004) to (03.08.2006)

Job title : new building engineer in the hull construction for the tug boats & project engineer for Repair & increased the efficiency of the floating crane in consultant with Hungarian co.

(Ganz danubius).



Work performed for the new building tug boats engineer:

-Coordinator & survey on hull building.

-Received all an approved drawings from class & owner.

-Preparation suitable platforms (foundations) needed to build & assemble the main hull.

-Check & confirm the flatness of the platform using water hose level.

-Laid-off the ship lines in the mould loft using lofting offset tables, lines plan, body plan, Etc.

-Checks all marked-off the hull components on metal & confirm the dimension according to the drawings before start cutting.

-Preparations all work orders & work drawings to instruct to all work shops to be started fabrications.

-Preparation any materials, services, suppliers, spar parts & purchase orders requirements.

-Received all fabricated parts & sections from work shops & confirm the quality.

-Assembling the main hull & sections according to an approved drawing.

-Test & inspected all welding seams.

-Installation M.E. gear boxes.

-Installation & adjusting the propeller shafts & rudders.

-Installation the main engine, generators, pumps, compressors, pipes, fire pumps, valves, all out fittings & deck machineries.

-Insulated & furniture an accommodation.

-Final blasting & painting.

-Lunching the unit.

-Adjusting the main engine alignment with propeller shaft.

-Preparation for an inclining experiments with the class marine surveyor.

-Quay & Sea trails.



Work performed for the floating cranes repair project engineer:

- Preparation all suitable blocks foundation on the berth needed to jip construction arrangement according to drawing.

- Remove out all the wires from the main drums for renewal.

- disconnect jip construction & alignment on the blocks.

- Survey on jip steel construction & pontoon hull repair.

- test all welding seams & confirm quality procedures.

- Preparation all work orders & instructed to all work shops to be inspected & overhauled main gear box, motors, wire drums, hooks, bushes & shafts required for carne operation.

- Final assembling of jip construction with pontoon hull & received all overhauled equipments from work shop to installation.

- Operational test.



3)From Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard ( asry ) Bahrain:

Period: from (05.08.2006) to (04.08.2008)

Job title: ship repair manager.

Basic function & scope:

-Over all responsibility for the management of the project he is assigned to.

-Coordination of the work for a particular project representing the yard to customer representative & staff.



Work performed:

-Compilation of all information available from commercial file in order to prepare all standard documents necessary for the work & distribution to yard services concerned.

-Clarifications with customer representative of any unclear item in the customer specification resulting from detailed discussions with yard services.

-Eventually boards the vessel on way for inspection & reporting on arrival.

-Clarification & agreement with customer representative of required condition for the vessel on arrival as well as requirements for docking taking into consideration specified & yard procedures.

-Enquiry for availability of any technical information necessary for the works (drawing, specification, owner's decision on spare parts etc.).

-Discussion & agreement with yards services of the preliminary schedule for the work.

-Meeting with customer representative & staff on arrival & introduces them to the yards normal practice safety regulations & procedures.

-Identification on site of specified works with the services concerned & agreement on technical aspects according to the yards practice & capabilities.

-Follow-up works in progress & schedule of repairs identifying deviations processing eventual corrective measures to minimize idle time maintain delivery dates & optimizing the use of yard facilities/ equipment.

-attendance of meetings with customer representative & staff for discussion of all pertinent aspects of the work & in particular process, variations of work & their effect on the schedule, safety aspects & interference between the yard & customers staff work requirements for customer supplied items.

-Eventual receipt of complaints addressing the same to concerned yards services & if required process the same as per yard quality assurance system.

-Preparation of change orders & assistance on provision of details to sales department to allow preparation of quotations.

-Assurance that quality of work is commercially acceptable according to established procedures & obtain approval for work completed from customer representative.

-Attendance of production meeting to report on progress of work & relevant problems related with project.

-maintenance of close & daily contacts with the yards safety officers & the yards services & initiates meeting, when required, with them & customer staff in order to agree on the procedures, sequence & priorities of conflicting tasks, unsafe conditions & measures to be taken to minimize any negative effect on the schedule.



4)From Egyptian Authority For Maritime Safety ( EAMS ) :

Period: from (19.10.2008) to (28.03.2009)

Job title: flag state control maritime inspector.



Work performed:



•Verify whether the flagged vessels comply with applicable international conventions on safety, pollution prevention and crew living and working conditions. Where vessels are found to be not in substantial compliance, the flag state control maritime inspectors system imposes actions to ensure they are brought into compliance.



•When a ship is selected for inspection reviews all available information about the ship.

information (such as ship type, tonnage, age, outstanding deficiencies, recent spill or other operational failures) may be extracted from local information provided by agents, port authorities, classification societies, own historical file of the vessel.



•The following checked when approaching the vessel:



- Cargo, and around the vessel.

- The general condition of the facility (or other Vessel) adjacent to the vessel being boarded.

- The general condition of the hull.

- The location of the vessel's load line (if the Vessel is trim and the load line mark is submerged).

- The vessel's draft marks.

- Suitability of the moorings and the means of access.



- Advise the master that the inspection, consisting of a document check and a general examination of the overall condition of the ship, may be extended if clear grounds are established to question the validity of the vessel's certificates. it is advisable to make adequate notes and comments during all parts of the inspection so that all discrepancies noted and actions taken can be confirmed - if necessary - to reviewing officials or ship's personnel.



•An inspection:

An inspection checks the documentation and the overall conditions of the ship and of the crew.

As a minimum the following items should be part of an initial inspection:

1.Certificates licenses and documents:

(Safe manning, international convention on Standards of training certification and watch keeping for seafarers, 1978/1995 (STCW), ISM code, ISPS code & ship certificates).

2.General examination:

Inspection is a general tour of the ship in order to judge its overall condition. It should take in an account any observation made on approaching the ship and the following:



a) Structure:

Gain an impression of the maintenance and the general state of the deck and side shell of the vessel.

The condition of items as ladder ways, guardrails, piping, hatch covers, watertight and watertight closures, and deck plating should be observed.

When visible, the internal structural members visible from deck in open cargo bays or upper wing tanks should be observed. Look for improper temporary repairs, soft patches, recent welding or other hot work, and seepage from fuel, cargo or ballast tanks and side shell plating.

Look closely to closing appliances, the means of freeing water from the deck, and the arrangements for the protection of the crew. Items such as defective hatch closing arrangements, multiple missing dogs, corroded vents and wasted comings may warrant further examination.



b) Machinery spaces:

Form an impression of the standard of maintenance.

Frayed or disconnected wires, disconnected or inoperative reach rods, quick closing valves or machinery trip mechanisms, missing valve hand wheels, evidence of chronic steam, water and oil leaks, dirty tank tops and bilges, or extensive corrosion of machinery foundations are indicative of poor maintenance.



c) Life-saving equipment:

Looking for obvious defects such as holed lifeboats or missing equipment. Looking for signs of disuse of, or obstructions to, the boat launching equipment that may include paint accumulation, seizing of pivot points, absence of greasing, condition of blocks and falls, and improper lashing or stowing of deck cargo that interfere with its use.



d) Fire safety equipment:

The poor condition of fire mains and hydrants and the possible absence of fire hoses and extinguishers in machinery or accommodation spaces may warrant a closer examination of the fire safety equipment.

Looking for evidence of a higher than normal fire risk such as oily bilges, oil soaked pipe lagging and oily rags or other rubbish in the machinery space.



e) Navigation safety:

Ask if all the equipment was working properly during the last voyage. Ask to see the vessel's logs for required entries, charts and publications.



f) Living and working conditions:

Form a general impression of the overall standards maintained. Focus on:

- Any documents and records.

- The condition of the food and the potable water supply.

- Arrangement and cleanliness of food stores galleys, pantries, refrigerated chambers and mess-rooms.

- Toilet and shower accommodation.

- The operation and physical maintenance of ventilation, heating, lighting and water.



g) Radio operation:

Check the condition of the aerial installation. Ask to see a test of the emergency power source and the radio equipment.



h) Operational requirements:

The following on board operational procedures may be checked:

•Muster list: crewmembers familiarity with their duties as indicated in the muster list.

•Communication: ability of key crewmembers to communicate with each other and with the passengers as appropriate, in such a way that the safe operation of the vessel is not impaired, especially in emergency situations.

•Fire and abandon ship drills: on board training and the dates and details of the drills. By witnessing a fire and abandon ship drill you see whether the crew is familiar with its emergency duties and can use the ship's emergency equipment.

•Damage control documents and sopep: familiarity of appropriate crew members with their duties and the proper use of the ship's installations and equipment for damage control and pollution control. Assess whether the officers are aware of the actions to be taken in various damage conditions.

•Fire control plan: familiarity of the crew with the information given in the fire control plan or booklet.

•Bridge operation: familiarity of the officers in charge of a navigational watch with bridge control and navigational equipment, changing the steering mode from automatic to manual and vice versa and the ship's maneuvering characteristics.

•operation of the machinery: familiarity of responsible ship's personnel with its duties related to operating essential machinery, such as:

- Emergency and stand-by sources of electrical power;

- Auxiliary steering gear;

- Bilge and fire pumps; and

- Any other equipment essential in emergency situations.

- Familiarity of the responsible ship's personnel with:

- The starting and maintenance of the lifeboat engine and/or rescue boat engine;

- The local control procedures for those systems, which are normally controlled from the navigating bridge;

- The use of the emergency and fully independent sources of electrical power of radio installations;

- The maintenance procedures for batteries;

- The emergency stops;

- Fire detection system and alarm system;

- Operation of watertight and fire doors (stored energy systems); the change of control from automatic to manual for cooling water and lube oil systems for main and auxiliary engines.

•Manuals and instructions: appropriate crewmembers understanding the information given in manuals and instructions relevant to the safe condition and operation of the vessel and its equipment. Awareness of the requirements for maintenance, testing, training drills, and required logbook entries.



3. Follow-up of inspections:

If deficiencies are found the flag state control maritime inspector must decide on the appropriate actions to impose on the ship in order to ensure the safety of the vessel, the port and the environment. The level of the actions must be consistent with the nature and the seriousness of the deficiencies. Actions may include requesting appropriate information, requiring the immediate or future rectification of deficiencies, detaining the vessel or allowing it to proceed to another port for repairs.



5)From Mahoney Shipping & Marine Services Co.:

Period: from (01.03.2009) to (30.09.2009).

Job title : assistance superintendent engineer

Work performed:

•Responsible to the technical manager for safe, efficient & clean operation of ships. Directly contact with ships to provide support for repair, suppliers, and maintenances for efficient operation.

•Ensures implementation of company policies, invites the scrutinizing constructive criticism from the ships for continuous improvement in policy matters.

•Coordinates inspections of classification societies, flag state, insurance & schedule personnel inspection of ships for proper control.

•Formulate budget & monitor the expenses on regular basis.

•Investigate & report accidents, near misses for preventing a reoccurrence & sharing this experience with other ship in fleet.



6)From Alexandria Ship Yard Co.:

Period: from (01.10.2009) up to now.

Job title: ship repair manager.

Work performed:

such as ASRY work performed.


Education


Bsc. degree in marine engineering & naval architecture from Alex. University – faculty of engineering (June 2003).


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