"Future Industrial are very responsive, and I know if I wanted a tanker tomorrow - they would get it to us tomorrow. "
Could you pass on from the QHM department a big thanks to all involved in the fuel delivery it was a credit to the people involved as said below all involved had a “can do” attitude, I would like to single out one person who kept it all under control at the coal face and seen it through to the end ( Peter Lowes FIS) once again a new concept trailed and proved to be very successful.
Just like to thank you for organising the labour and equipment so quickly on Friday. The lads all done a great job. If you could pass on our thanks to the lads, John (tanker driver), Tony Ainsworth and the team for the pit clean. The lads where praised by the engineers as it made it easier for them to carry out the work down the pit on Saturday morning.
Engineering Fleet Manager
Current Job Vacancies
FIS Midlands Division provides industrial services including Disab high volume vacuumation, site labour services to industry and industrial cleaning including site shutdowns in an area from East Anglia across the Midlands and into South Wales. The role of the QHSE Manager is to provide Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental management services and advice to the Division to ensure compliance in a number of key areas.
On the back of continued commercial success across the Industrial Services Division, we are now looking recruit additional permanent industrial services operatives to join us based in Hull. You will be working as part of a team carrying out various industrial cleaning tasks including tank cleaning, site clearance and spill response. This is a physical role involving manual handling and working outdoors as well as in confined spaces.
You will be working as part of a shift support working with the Cemex shift teams
You will be predominantly loading bypass dust tankers and trailers and carrying out various industrial cleaning tasks including site clearance and spill response.
You will report in to the shift manager and perform any reasonable tasks requested by them.
To drive and operate LGV vehicles and plant to the greatest profitability, safety and efficiency according to instructions from the Operations Manager, having regard to safety of people, equipment, plant, vehicles, customers’ sites and disposal sites.
The role of the Industrial Services Operative is a rewarding role and very varied and the work ranges from unskilled to highly skilled: you could be involved in general site cleaning one day and a confined space tank clean with full breathing apparatus the next. You will operate in support of a variety of industries: you could be working at a cement works or an oil refinery one day and inside a sewage treatment plant or a Royal Navy vessel the next. All IS Operatives are specially trained to carry out the various aspects of the role which are all conducted under strict health and safety rules following rigorous assessment of the potential risks involved. Work is usually carried out at the convenience of the customer, so there will be a requirement to travel and to work unsociable and often long hours to complete a job on schedule. There will be a requirement to pass security clearance to gain entry to certain work sites.