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Name: Frederic Owen Austin.
Address: 10 Springfield Street.
Telephone: 01226 245611
07903 575347 (Mob)
Age: 57 - (dob 04-05-58)
1974 to 1978 - Yorkshire Electricity Board time served Electrician apprenticeship with
block release at Rotherham College of Technology and the Yorkshire Electricity Boards
own dedicated training centre at Manston Lane, Leeds. Practical experience at Yorkshire
Electricity Board Depot at Harborough Hill Road, Barnsley.
1978 to 1995 - Approved Electrician employed at the Harborough Hill road depot carrying
out all aspects of electrical work firstly in the Yorkshire area and then countrywide after
privatisation and change of trading name to Yorkshire Electricity. Appointed Foreman to
plan and arrange weekly work for 40+ men and contractors and control of site work for
local authorities with responsibilities for men, materials and liaising with clerk of works,
foremen etc, work including new builds and re-wiring of council properties domestic,
commercial, industrial and network mains installation. My role also required me to take
engineer responsibilities as and when required, i.e. holidays, sickness periods and times of
higher than average workloads.
1. – Yorkshire Electricity Board Apprenticeship.
2. – Certificate of Completed Apprenticeship.
3. - Register of Approved Electricians (JIB).
4. - Accreditation to the 16th edition of the IEE regulations. (JIB).
5. - Health & Safety Committee Member.
6. - Domestic Electrical Installation.
7. - Industrial Electrical Installation.
8. - Commercial Electrical Installation.
9. - Electrical fitter.
10. - Maintenance Electrician.
11. - Distribution Networks Electrician.
12. - Basic Arc Welding.
13. - Use of Oxy / Acetylene cutting & burning.
14. - Low Voltage live working authorisation.
15. - Low Voltage cable jointing.
16. - Authorised working at height training (installation of stadia lighting).
17. - Hydraulic Platform Training.
18. - Tower Scaffold Training.
19. – Plumbing installation, Showers, water heaters and immersion heaters.
20. - Street Lighting Installation.
21. - Portable Appliance Testing (PAT.)
22. – ROSPA 10 year diploma, Safe Driving Award Scheme.
City & Guilds of London.
Electrical Principles – Credit.
Installation Technology - Distinction.
Electrical Appliances - Credit.
1995 - Made redundant by Yorkshire Electricity after their decision to withdraw from
Electrical Contracting work and concentrate on their main core business.
1995 to 1998 - Mydrin, Albion Road, Carlton Industrial Estate, Barnsley. Employed as
their first Multi-skilled Plant Process Operator. Trained in the manufacture and process of
Hot Melt based product and Polyester and Polyamide high performance polymers. My
duties were also to respond to plant and machinery breakdowns and carry out swift &
efficient repairs at times when maintenance staff were un-available i.e. night shifts and
weekends. I also installed new electrical installations on site and assisted in the relocation /
upgrading of existing plant and machinery.
1998 to 2000 - Mydrin were taken over in 1998 by Bostik Ltd, Ulverscroft Road, Leicester,
LE4 6BW. I carried on with the same work as illustrated above until the year 2000 when I
was promoted to the position of Maintenance Supervisor.
2000 to 2006
Maintenance Supervisor – Bostik Ltd.
Duties / Responsibilities.
1. – Managing Site Maintenance Budgets.
2. – Raising and Recording Company order numbers.
3. - Customer invoicing and payments.
4. - Planned Plant Maintenance.
5. - Shift Rotas & Rosters.
6. - Health & Safety Awareness & Training.
7. – Health & Safety Committee Member
8. - Procedures Compilation and implementation.
9. - Risk Assessments.
10. - Permit to Work, setting up and implementation.
11. - Maintenance Request System, setting up and implementation.
12. - Collation and Archiving of Documentation.
13. - Managing Contractors.
14. - Service Contracts, setting up and control.
15. - Critical Spares, identifying, sourcing and control of stocks.
16. – Planned installation work, electrical, mechanical & new plant.
17. – Control of Cooling Tower, cleaning, disinfecting and chemical requirements.
18. – Insurance Inspection and collation of Records for pressure vessels, forklifts, lifting
equipment, fall arrest systems and steam boilers.
19. – Site portable appliance testing (PAT) collation of records and system management.
20. – Calibration on site, weigh scales, temperature indicators, sensors and pressure
21. - Repairs to the fabrication of buildings on site, roof, structure, shutter doors etc.
22. – Environmental Officer – controlling all site requirements, archiving documentation
and collation and up-dating the records by cross referencing with the Environmental
23. – Control of and ordering of bulk oil requirements for the site, mainly thermo oil.
24. - Forward planning and ordering of Gas Oil to run the chemical plants, excesses of
13,000 litres per week. All associated documentation logged, archived and collated.
25 - Asbestos Controller, Controlled removal from site liaising with approved, licensed
collectors and completing all documentation and certificates.
1. – Computer Literate.
2. – Apprenticeship.
3. – Trade Qualification.
4. – Purchase Orders (Admin).
5. – Records (Admin).
6. – Sundry Orders (Movex).
7. – Capex control and expenditure (including budgets).
8. – Supervisory Management.
9. – Managing Contractors.
10. – Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 Update.
11. – Fire Extinguisher Training.
12. – RTITB Internal Forklift Licence.
13. – LPG Cylinder Filling.
14. – Entry into Confined Space.
15. – Safety Leadership Training.
16. – Use of Ladders & Scaffold Tower.
17. – COSHH Regulations.
18. – ISO 9001 Familiarisation.
19. – Hazardous Materials handling and spillage training.
20. – Basic Health & Safety Certificate 1997.
21. – Fire Fighting Training, mobile response engine.
22. – Liaison with local authority (Fire service) for site requirements.
23. – MANITOU- Certificate of Basic Instruction.
24. _ Internal Quality Auditing.
25. – Manual Handling & Risk Assessment.
26. – SCBA Training.
27. – Eurosafe Solutions – Working at Height Training.
28. - Spillage and Containment Training.
2006 November – Made redundant by Bostik Ltd after their decision to close the Barnsley
site and move production to their plant in Leicester.
Employed by Engineering UK Ltd as their electrical engineer. Based at their factory at
Martin Lane, Blacker Hill, Barnsley. Maintained the electrical equipment of the company,
buildings, machinery, P.A.T. testing, installation work, fault finding, repairs, re-siting of
equipment along with site work which includes all of the above for the companies
customers particularly call out for breakdowns / new projects etc.
Worked at Corus, Teesside Beam Mill, in Redcar for Engineering U.K. every month to
carry out down day work and installations and repairs working for numerous engineer’s
then on six week stop work. This led to me being asked to take control of jobs at Redcar
using Corus personnel and eventually taking an assistant from Engineering UK with me as
the work load and responsibilities increased.
1. - Passport to Safety Certification. - 507703
2. – Corus Approved Contractor – 71097
January 2008 to August 2008. (In Conjunction with Engineering UK Work).
I took a position teaching part time at the Barnsley College Construction site. The course
was the 2330 Level 2 City & Guilds in Electrical Engineering.
November 2008 to December 2015.
Employment started at (Corus Engineering Steels) TATA Steel at the Thrybergh Bar Mill
in Rotherham as a Maintenance Technician. Duties include plant maintenance, installation
and repairs to the plant, site and services.
Promoted January 2010 to; Electrical Day Team Leader, Coil and Cut Area but also Team
Leader duties where required elsewhere on site. Responsible for the day to day planning of
work, labour requirements, and materials. Work schedules, attending, allocating manning
for breakdowns both electrical and mechanical when required. Presently Seconded to the
Process Bay area to allow the release of the Team Leader to pursue Union duties related to
present company requirements but still involved with other duties in other area’s as and
After completing 2 years in the Process Bay the department has qualified for a National
Bronze award for the maintenance execution and reduction in breakdowns which has
coincided with my secondment to the area. I have now returned to my own area, Coil &
Cut to apply the same criteria there to allow us to apply for Bronze status there.
1. - Computer Literate.
2. – Asbestos Awareness training.
3. – Ladder & Steps inspector.
4. – Health & Safety Representative.
5. – AITT Operator Certificate (Overhead Cranes) Certificate No; AA474116 – 15th
6. – Kingsway Consulting Ltd. Electrical Safety Refresher - 24th
7. – MENTOR Operator Certificate (Electric Scissor Lift) – 9th
8. – City & Guilds 17th
Edition Qualification. Rotherham College – 10th
9. – Safety & Excellence Felt Leadership Training.
10. – Spillage and Containment Training.
11. – EIS5 High Voltage Safety Rules Training.
12. – EIS7 Low voltage Safety Rules Training.
13. – Risk Assessment and Management Training.
14. – Assessor and Job Instructor Training.
15. – Siemens S7 PLC Training.
16. – ISO 14001 Environmental Management Database Training.
17. – SAP Input and Authorisation Training
18. – SAP Time & Attendance Input and Authorisation Training.
19. – Permit to Work Training, General, Crane, Confined Spaces etc.
20. – Permit Authorisation Training.
21. - Permit Management Training.
22. – Block Isolation Training, Mill Coil & Cut, Process Bay.
23. – Implementation and Control of New working Practices and Procedures.
24. – Forward Work Planning and Compiling and issue of work schedules / plans for
TATA personnel & Contractors.
25. – Development of Employee’s for future Company Requirements. (Training, Skill
Recognition, Apprentices etc).
26. – S.M.A.T Site Assessment and Action Implementation.
27. – Heath Audit Surveys (Site Insurance) and Recommendation Implementation.
28. – Deputising For Section Engineers - meetings, planning at times of holiday. Leave /
29. - Arrange / Carry Out Inductions for contractors / apprentices / new employee’s.
30. – Cascade of Company requirements through monthly presentations, Health &
Safety, company results / forecasts / incidents / accidents / near misses etc.
31. – IOSH Trained. – Managing Safely
32. – Asbestos Awareness Training.
33. – Stop Audit Trained. – On job stop Audit checks in all disciplines and up-date of
spreadsheets on a shared drive.
34. - Control of HAV’s register and arranging appointments for employees.
35. – Control of Safety Critical Register and arranging medical appointments for
36. – Trained for applying Management of Change Documentation and Implementation.
37. – Qualified Confined Spaces Worker CSTS. (SCBA Escape Set).
38. – Authorised Gas Tester. (Confined Spaces etc).
39. – Face Fit Trained – For testing suitability of particle Dust Masks.
40. – 4 Whats Trained – Pre-job start safety checks.
41. – Safety Audit Trained – On job safety checks in all disciplines and up-date of
spreadsheets on a shared drive.
42. – Energy Management- Replacing outdated equipment, machinery, lighting to cut
43. – One Man One Lock – Implementation of new isolation procedures for safe isolation
of plant, sourcing materials, installing hardware and documentation.
44. – New Machinery Access – Installation, implementation of new Fortress area
interlock systems to HSE current requirements.
45. – Lighting Engineer – Appointed responsibility for all site Electrical requirements
using TATA employees and contractors to improve existing electrical installations
including new installations.
July 2015 – TATA Steel announced re-structuring of their business strategy in South
Yorkshire resulting in the loss of 720 jobs across the sites. After negotiations the decision
was up-held and I was made redundant in December 2015.
1. – Family
2. – Restoring British Motorcycles.
3. – Riding Motorcycles.
4. – Cooking.
5. – D.I.Y.
6. – Reading.
7. – History (Especially Victorian Engineers)
8. – Charitable work, Alzheimer’s, Poppy Society, British Red Cross, Rainbow Trust,
Cancer Research, Willow Wood Hospice, Francis house, North West Air Ambulance, RAF
9. – Attending Historic Vehicle Shows & Events.
10. – Caravanning.
11. – Music.
12. – Motorcycle History.
13. – History of the British Motorcycle Industry.
14. – Photography.
15. – Woodworking.
16. – Engineering, Fabrication, DIY Lathework.