Our Contractor-Coordinator MEP professionally coordinates external contractors and external staff, working in industrial, production environments or on any site. Our role is to ensure compliance with specific or general occupational work and health safety if special job tasks are carried out through others than our client’s staff. In most cases our clients own staff does not have the capacity, expertise or work equipment and therefor external contractors are so important to compliment today’s production environments. However, external contractors are generally less familiar with our client’s location and compliance and quality checks are delegated to us. The coordination between own employees, production processes and external contractors is absolutely necessary. This is exactly where our Contractor-Coordinator or construction supervisor supports clients. In addition to compliance checks with occupational safety, organization and coordination we also offer supervision of MEP related activities on-site and the compliance with technical specifications.
Zebtec™ - Contractor-Coordinator definitely better.
As a Contractor-Coordinator MEP, we manage project and job-tasks done by external contractors. In accordance with the provisions of DGUV A1, BGI 865 F9 and the Occupational Health and Safety Act, we ensure that guidelines for occupational safety and fire protection are complied with. The preparation of site and house orders or the preparation of work- and maintenance contracts can be supported by us. Only the best qualification for your project: Our Contractor-Coordinator is an executive. In addition to organizational knowledge, we complementary deliver solid expertise in the field of building services as MEP. This clearly differentiates us from competitors.
Zebtec™ - Advantage:
- Experience in safety and practice
- References in Chemistry and Nuclear Technology
- Construction management experience
|Contractor Coordinator for external staff|
On a factory premises of a chemical company, various refurbishment and reconstruction work on the building stock will be carried out. Production areas are also affected. A coordinator should coordinate the work with production and external contractors. Occupational safety must be ensured.
We placed a contractor coordinator at the plant site at short notice. An execution schedule was created together with the external companies and the customer. Internal and external stakeholders were informed in kick-off meetings, organizational arrangements were made and operational issues integrated. After thorough preparation of the construction measures and technical clarification, the implementation could be realized according to schedule. In 2 years more than 50 individual measures were implemented by our contractor co-ordinator.