Accreditations - M2E Projects
- 04 Chemical – Petrochemical – Refining – Fertilizers – Cement
- 09 Production plants for oil and gas fields – Off shore – Naval
- 10 Oil pipelines – gas pipelines – aqueducts
- 12 Basic design – preliminary – executive – Supervision of assembly works/major maintenance
- 13 Project Management – Project control – Organisational Consultancy – Management Training
- 14 Procurement – Inspection – Expediting – Contract Administration – Product inspection and testing services
M2E Projects has been a member of the Executive Committee of the ANIMP Construction section since 2017.
It has been registered on the Vendor Management platform SUPPLHI & Lloyd’s Register since 2016.
M2E Projects is also accredited as a qualified supplier to:
- Amec Foster Wheeler
- Ansaldo Energia
- Rosetti Marino
Finally, we use the Original Skill © platform for psycho-aptitude tests
Engineers and specialised technicians working on offshore platforms (platform, extraction, maintenance, administration and general services) are individuals who know they have to live in an extremely difficult environment and, for certain specialisations, a very dangerous one. For example, in relation to extraction or maintenance, the individuals involved in the work must be predisposed to risk, even if this risk must in some way be contextualized and not experienced as a challenge of the resource’s ability to get involved (such as BOSIET). Individuals who are capable of living in potentially dangerous situations must not think that everything will always go well or that experience makes them invulnerable from the risks this work entails. Essentially, excessive optimism or overconfidence can prove to be counterproductive. On the other hand, a strong sense of caution, extreme criticism and discontent with the circumstances can lead individuals to continuous criticism that is not easily supported by the organisation in which it operates.
The spirit of adaptation is therefore an extremely important factor since it helps and psychologically supports the resistance levels of individuals and makes the work atmosphere of the places in which they operate more harmonious. It must be borne in mind that the work carried out on a platform is strictly regulated and standardised and even situations of great difficulty must not be experienced in a heroic fashion or individually. It is precisely this type of organisation that allows us to collectively deal with work situations in adverse conditions, where the degree of socialisation is absolutely particular, and the emotional stress individuals must cope with is based on natural gifts of resilience, stability and calm. Starting from the work context, production environment, assigned tasks, and overall performance, it is possible for each company to build a series of competences or soft skills consistent with the work activities that individuals must perform.
Type of profile – the OFFSHORE situation
In addition, many studies show that personality factors (Extroversion, Friendliness, Conscience, Emotional Stability and Mental Openness), according to the Costa and McCrea (1992) model, which provides for an additional 30 personality subfactors (6 subfactors for each factor) are typical of individuals who risk accidents at work (Jaime B. Henning et al., “The influence of individual differences on organizational safety attitudes”, Safety Science, Volume 47, Issue 3, March 2009, Pages 337-345). A psycho-attitudinal test makes it possible to link the factors and sub-factors of personality to the skills required for individuals who face difficult work situations, stress and job risk in difficult and sometimes extreme situations. In fact, several studies reveal that the component of ordinariness of work on platforms must go hand-in-hand with the ability to face very different risks. Measuring an individual’s willingness to perform routine operations and those connected to uncertainty is one of the possible outputs of the test.
Current statistical rules are derived from the administration of questionnaires in the workplace from 2004 and until 2013 involving a selected sample of 16,240 individuals (regulatory group consisting of 8,790 Males and 7,450 Females) identified in projects which refer to employment/labour market (selection companies), companies (from SMEs to multinationals), Universities and public authorities. The sample is updated on a yearly basis. Other benchmarks of the model are in English, German, Bulgarian, Spanish (and South American), Middle Eastern English, French and Chinese.