The rough offshore world on platforms in the North Sea has always attracted you. The industrial world of the onshore port areas also appeals to you.
While working as a painter or blaster, you have the opportunity to discover these interesting worlds up close. After the daily work meeting, you grab your equipment, check and secure your work enviorment, and get to work.
You work on various large offshore or onshore constructions and contribute to the maintenance of these workplaces.
As a Painter / Blaster, your job will be varied and you will meet many different people. Because of the project-based character, you will visit many different workplaces. The teams in which you work have informal and direct communication with each other.
Besides a professional working atmosphere and an eye for the best quality, you will be part of a close-knit team where hard work and fun are the order of the day.
Because you will be working in a rough and rugged industry, your safety awareness is your most important skill.
Who can say;
“I fly to work in a helicopter”.
A Day Offshore
See your work in action in this video by Brand Energy and Infrastructure.
Your work in action
See below a few examples that you may encounter during your work at Brand Energy and Infrastructure. From a helideck to a full platform, no painting job is too big for you.