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Onderhoudsmonteur

Title:  Discover the professions at Shell Pernis: Service Engineer

Duration: 3:25 minutes

Description: 

Wieneke checks out professions at Shell Pernis, this episode she covers the service engineer.

A series of reportages hosted by Wieneke on site at Shell Pernis interviewing one of the 2000 people working there.

Discover the professions at Shell Pernis: Fireman

[Text displays]

Check, Service Engineer, at Shell Pernis.

[Background music plays]

Throughout the video, soft up-beat music plays in the background.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking at a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

a car, truck or scooter drives on

petrol or diesel.

[Video footage]

A KLM cargo plane landing at an airport.

[Voice of Wieneke]

A plane flies on another

Fuel, namely kerosene.

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing in front of a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

These fuels do not just come out of the air

[Video footage]

Aerial shots of Shell Pernis

[Voice of Wieneke]

and we can't just take it from anywhere, but are made in factories.

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing in front of a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

And a factory like that you call a refinery.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking in a red Shell overall with a yellow helmet at the Shell Pernis plant.

[Voice of Wieneke]

To make fuels such as petrol, kerosene and

diesel you need crude oil.

This is drilled out of the sea by gigantic drilling platforms and drill towers on land.

But, before you can use that oil,

It first has to be processed.

And that happens here at Shell Pernis.

[Video footage]

Picture of a distillator on the outside.

[Voice of Wieneke]

In a distillator the crude oil is split in different matters like gasoline, kerosene and diesel.

[Video footage]

Lines of pipelines at Shell Pernis.

[Voice of Wieneke]

With no less than 160 thousand kilometers of pipelines, good for going four times around the world,

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing at Shell Pernis. Followed by an aerial short of Pernis showing the pipelines.

[Voice of Wieneke]

these fuels from the distillators are transported to the factories. Where they can continue

to be processed into finished products.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking at Shell Pernis.

[Voice of Wieneke]

You can imagine that at such a gigantic company as Shell Pernis also has a huge amount of people at work.  And that's right, at Shell Pernis there are no less than 2,000 people working in 50 different factories.

[Video footage]

Scrolling from top to bottom different photos of people that work at Shell Pernis. Followed by Wieneke medium close at the site.

[Voice of Wieneke]

What are they doing?

Today i am going on the road for you,

to figure out one of those professions.

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Pernis Service Engineer, Kirsten, talking to camera dressed in a red Shell overall.

[Kirsten]

Hi, my name is Kirsten, I am 28 years old.
I have worked at Shell Pernis for 5 years now and I am a Service Engineer

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Kirsten zooms out and Wieneke jumps in next to her.
Together they start walking towards the camera while talking to each other.

This is filmed from different angles.

[Wieneke]

Service engineer?

[Kirsten]

Yes, you already mentioned it. At Shell we make all kinds of products.

And to convert raw material such as petroleum into gasoline and kerosine,
The product has to be transported through pipes from one factory to another to the other factory.

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Kirtsten and Wieneke stopping. Wieneke points to some pipes off screen above in them while talking.

[Wieneke]

And are those the pipes where it runs through?

[Video footage]

Low angle shot of Kirsten an Wieneke talking in front of a pipe installation

[Kirsten]

Yes, that’s right. It could be that these have petroleum or petrol in them.

[Video footage]

Quick snapshot of close up of Kirsten’s hand on a pump followed by a quick wider shot of Kirsten and Wieneke standing around the pump.

[Audio]

Camera snapshot sound effect

[Video footage]

Medium shot shoulder angle of Kirsten talking to Wieneke who is off screen.
Several wider and closer shots of Kirsten and Wieneke talking standing beside the pump and some close ups of the pump.

[Kirsten]

This pump ensures that the petrol or another product is pumped through the pipes.

Without such a pump absolutely nothing would happen.

[Wieneke]

To me, it seems like that’s the situation here too. Because I don’t see a pipe anywhere.

[Kirsten]

No, that's right. This one is broken, and that is a problem because now a piece of the manufacturing process is stopped. So this one needs to be repaired.

[Wieneke]

And you do that?

[Kirsten]

Yes. With the rest of the maintenance technicians …

[Video footage]

Wide shot of Wieneke and Kirsten standing in a large workshop talking. They are wearing safety glasses now. Close shoulder shot of Kirsten talking.

[Kirsten]

...in the workshop!

Here we take a broken pump apart,

[Video footage]

Medium and close shots of a pump being measured and disassembled.

Mixed with various shots of Wieneke and Kirsten talking.

[Voice of Kirsten]

We do all sorts of measurements and checks to see what is broken or worn and then we fix such a pump.

[Wieneke]

And when it is completely fixed,  you put it all back together.

[Video footage]

Medium shot of pump being tested by Kirsten. Mixed with various shots of Wieneke and Kirsten talking.

[Kirsten]

Yes, and then we do another leak test to make sure it is completely closed.

Because at Shell we believe it's super important to be energy efficient and

work safely, so it has to be perfect.

[Wieneke]

And when it is okay?

[Kirsten]

Then it will go back to the factory.

[Video footage]

Medium shots of different angles of Wieneke and Kirsten talking. Wieneke points at the safety glasses.

[Wieneke]

Great! And for the safety you need to wear all these things?

[Kirsten]

Yes, that's right. As a service engineer you always wear a fire retardant overall,

[Video footage]

Close shot of Kirsten’s hands pointing at safety gloves. Close up of Kirsten touching her safety glasses. Ground shot showing Kirsten’s safety shoes.

[Voice of Kirsten]

safety gloves, safety glasses and safety shoes with steel toe caps...

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Kirsten panning down to her chest to show her pager.

[Kirsten]

And when we go outside, then we use these pagers that beep when the harmful substances get released.

[Video footage]

Medium shot of grabbing and showing a yellow safety helmet.

[Kirsten]

And of course we still have the safety helmet.

[Video footage]

Medium shoulder shot of Wieneke talking.

[Wieneke]

And what kind of tools do you use?

[Video footage]

Medium shoulder shot of Kirsten talking and standing next to a tool bank.

Close up of Kirsten pointing at ring spanners. Medium shot of Kirsten.

[Voice of Kirsten]

We mainly use hand tools, but the ones we use most are ring spanners

to loosen connections.

[Video footage]

Medium over shoulder shot of Wieneke talking and showing her muscles.

[Wieneke]
But you definitely have to be strong to take a pump apart?

[Video footage]

Medium over shoulder shot of Kirsten. Medium shot of Wieneke and Kirsten talking.

[Kirsten]

No, that is why we have all those tools. Those muscles are really not needed.

[Video footage]

Medium over shoulder shot of Wieneke talking.

[Wieneke]

But what do you need to become a service engineer?

[Video footage]

Medium over shoulder shot of Kirsten.

[Kirsten]

You have to like to take things apart, and put them back together again.

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Kirsten hoisting part of a pump.

[Voice of Kirsten]

Tinkering, working with your hands

[Video footage]

Wide shot of Wieneke and Kirsten standing by the tool bank and talking to each other.

[Kirsten]

and you have to like technology to become a service engineer.

[Video footage]

Over shoulder shot of Wieneke talking to camera.

[Wieneke]

And that is why not just boys working at Shell Pernis!

[Video footage]

Medium shot of Wieneke and Kirsten standing by the tool bank and giving a thumbs up to camera. Wieneke talks to camera.

[Wieneke]

Check! That is figured out again!

[Graphic]

A red screen saying: Shell Pernis Kinder raad (children counsel).

Fades into a White screen with the Shell Pecten and a logo of ‘de kleine ambassade’.

Brandweerman

Title:  Discover the professions at Shell Pernis: Fireman

Duration: 4:18 minutes

Description: 

Wieneke checks out professions at Shell Pernis, this episode she covers the fireman.

A series of reportages hosted by Wieneke on site at Shell Pernis interviewing one of the 2000 people working there.

Discover the professions at Shell Pernis: Fireman

[Text displays]

Check, Fireman, at Shell Pernis.

[Background music plays]

Throughout the video, soft up-beat music plays in the background.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking at a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

a car, truck or scooter drives on

petrol or diesel.

[Video footage]

A KLM cargo plane landing at an airport

[Voice of Wieneke]

A plane flies on another

Fuel, namely kerosene.

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing in front of a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

These fuels do not just come out of the air

[Video footage]

Aerial shots of Shell Pernis

[Voice of Wieneke]

and we can't

just take it from anywhere,

but are made in factories.

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing in front of a busy gas station.

[Voice of Wieneke]

And a factory like that you call a refinery.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking in a red Shell overall with a yellow helmet at the Shell Pernis plant.

[Voice of Wieneke]

To make fuels such as petrol, kerosene and

diesel you need crude oil.

This is drilled out of sea by gigantic drilling platforms and drill towers on land.

But, before you can use that oil,

It first has to be processed.

And that happens here at Shell Pernis.

[Video footage]

Picture of a distillator on the outside.

[Voice of Wieneke]

In a distillator the crude oil is

split in different matters like

gasoline, kerosene and diesel.

[Video footage]

Lines of pipelines at Shell Pernis.

[Voice of Wieneke]

With no less than 160 thousand kilometers

pipelines, good for going four times around the world,

[Video footage]

Wieneke standing at Shell Pernis. Followed by an aerial short of Pernis showing the pipelines.

[Voice of Wieneke]

are these fuels from the distillators to the

Factories transported. Where they can continue

to be processed into finished products.

[Video footage]

Wieneke walking at Shell Pernis.

[Voice of Wieneke]

You can imagine that at such a gigantic

company Shell Pernis also has a huge amount of

people at work.

And that's right, at Shell Pernis there are no less than 2,000 people

in 50 different factories.

[Video footage]

Scrolling from top to bottom different photos of people that work at Shell Pernis. Followed by Wieneke medium close at the site.

[Voice of Wieneke]

What are they doing?

Today i am going on the road for you,

to figure out one of those professions.

[Video footage]

Close up of Oscar in front of pipelines at Shell Pernis. His name title says: Oscar, works at Shell Pernis as Fireman.

[Voice of Oscar]

Hi I am Oscar, I am 38 years and I have worked

for seven years at Shell Pernis.

I am company service employee and

fireman.

[Video footage]

Wieneke entering the screen to talk with Oscar.

[Voice of Wieneke]

Hoppa, he just does it.

Two professions in one?

[Video footage]

Oscar and Wieneke start to walk over the plant.

[Voice of Oscar]

Yes indeed. Safety is number 1 at Shell Pernis.

So it is super important that Shell

Pernis has its own fire brigade

that train regularly and do exercises.

But since you almost never have fire

and not exercising all the time,

I do a lot of maintenance to the factories besides my work as a fireman.

[Voice of Wieneke]

And what do you do there?

[Video footage]

Oscar walking with a colleague between the pipelines checking pumps.

[Voice of Oscar]

You told it already,

at Shell Pernis there are no less than 50 different

factories processing petroleum to become

gasoline and kerosene. And you can imagine

that a lot of things happen at his factory.

[Video footage]

Oscar and Wieneke walk over the plant.

[Voice of Oscar]

Everywhere you find filters and

pumps and hoses and that

must of course work well and maintain to be energy efficient.

[Voice of Wieneke]

Sounds very cool. But how do you do that?

[Video footage]

Close up of Oscar closing off a pump. Followed by a medium shot of him and his colleague working on the pump.

[Voice of Oscar]

My task with the rest of the team is

for example, to safely close off a pump,

so that the service engineers can fix it in the workshop

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar walking on the plant.

[Voice of Wieneke]

And what else do you do?

[Voice of Oscar]

We also take care of the filter cleaning.

[Voice of Wieneke]

But what if you guys are working hard to close off a pump

and then it turns out there is a fire going on?

[Video footage]

Oscar grabs his beeper on his overall.

[Voice of Oscar]

Wow it looks like that is what is happening now.

Let’s go! Fast!

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar start to run. And suddenly stop.

[Voice of Wieneke]

No.. Oscar, do I hear this is just a drill?

[Voice of Oscar]

Yes, but they are also so super important,

no time to dawdle Wieneke,

In real situations you can’t do that either. Come on!

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar run to the car that says Fire brigade. They jump in and drive at the plant following another fire brigade car. Wieneke sitting next to Oscar who is driving the car.

[Voice of Wieneke]

Exciting boys!

[Video footage]

Many fire brigade cars arrive at the scene. At the scene Wieneke and Oscar are standing in front of a wagon that is on fire.

[Voice of Wieneke]

Oh no, smoke, fire, flames… that is not just something.

Where are the buckets of water Oscar?

[Voice of Oscar]

No panic Wieneke,

before we do anything we have to change clothes.

[Video footage]

Transition of Wieneke and Oscar from wearing red overalls to wearing a full fire protected uniform. Followed by an extreme close up of Wieneke talking to the camera.

[Voice of Wieneke]

Tadaa, I forgot about that.

But those firemen clothes are super important of course.

But Oscar, what am I wearing now?

[Video footage]

Oscar is pointing at the different elements of the protective gear that Wieneke is wearing. Knocking on her helmet and picking up the oxygen mask that is on her chest.

[Voice of Oscar]

A fireman's suit, gloves made out of fire resistant fabric,

a helmet to protect your head, because there is always something that can fall down...

And you have breathing air on your back, so you can still have fresh air when needed.

[Video footage]

A group of firemen standing in front of a fire truck in the distance.

[Voice of Arnold]

Hello guys… do you also gather here?

It is time for the briefing.

[Video footage]

Arnold is talking to the group of firemen including Wieneke and Oscar. Title says: Arnold is commander of the fire department at Shell Pernis.

[Voice of Arnold]

Currently a rail tank wagon is on fire.

Oscar and Wieneke, do you prepare the roof cannon?

[Video footage]

Extreme close up of Wieneke looking puzzling.

[Voice of Wieneke]

What!? The roof cannon?

[Video footage]

Arnold is explaining to Wieneke in a medium shot.

[Voice of Arnold]

That is a mega water cannon,

which allows us to pour out a lot of water over the fire at once.

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar standing at the back of the fire truck operating a panel with buttons. Close up of pressing buttons. Both turn around to look away from the truck.

[Voice of Oscar]

We are ready for it, commander Arnold.

[Video footage]

Close up of Arnold

[Voice of Arnold]

Great! Start extinguishing!

[Video footage]

Wieneke turns back to the button panel of the truck. The truck is spraying water at the wagon. Wieneke is holding the fire hydrant hose with Oscar supporting behind her holding it.

Text shown: then after extinguishing. Wieneke stops the hose.

[Voice of Wieneke]

So! I think the fire is extinguished.

We have done that job well, Oscar!

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar talking to each other with the fire truck in the distance. Mix of medium and close up shots going back and forth,

[Voice of Oscar]

Top job done Wieneke. You can join the fire brigade.

You should maybe become a little more stress resistant,

but you have the guts and you can work well together.

That is all in order.

[Video footage]

Wieneke and Oscar give each other a high five. And giving thumbs up.

[Voice of Wieneke]

That is nice, suppose if I ever want to make a career switch,

I know where to go. Thanks Oscar!

Hatsa! This profession is also figured out.

[Video footage]

A red screen saying: Shell Pernis Kinder raad (children counsel).

Fades into a White screen with the Shell Pecten and a logo of ‘de kleine ambassade’.