Isabel Pearson



A dynamic and hardworking offshore Utility Worker, I possess proven ability to work effectively within extreme conditions and remote regions, undertaking a broad range of duties. I have training in health and safety, sea survival and firefighting as well as experience working on vessels and within the oil and gas industry. I have worked in housekeeping, food preparation and food service, customer service, laundry.

I now seek to further my career and would love to be considered for any available offshore projects.

Work History

Work History
Sep 2014 - Dec 2015


ESS - Compass Group, Chevron Gorgon Project, Silja Europa              

Evacuation crew member and utility worker in areas of Housekeeping, Food service, Bar/Retail service, common area cleaning and Laundry.


  • Health and Safety Representative, Incident and Injury Free Action Team member and Behaviour Based Safety Champion

  • EVAC crew member- part of the ships safety plan and mustering residents. Participate in weekly training drills

  • Identifying and reporting potential safety issues and evident hazards

  • Housekeeping and cleaning duties. Employing safe chemical and manual handling practices.


  • IIF (Incident & Injury Free) Major Award

  • HIRC (Hazard Intervention Reporting Card) winner

  • Elected by my designated work group to be the Health & Safety Representative

Oct 2013 - Sep 2014

Utility Worker

Rotating through a range of utility-based roles. Sandwich making and kitchen hand with duties of basic
food preparation. Housekeeping and dining room attendant.

  • Flexibility in rotating around different utility based roles
  • Employing effective food safety and hygiene practices
  • Maintaining all equipment and areas in a clean, tidy and safe condition
  • Working under pressure and time limits
  • Received an ESS Passion in the Workplace award for continuous commitment to high standards of workmanship and a sound work ethic
Jan 2012 - Jul 2013


Super yachts, Mediterranean Sea 

Working and living aboard various super yachts sailing the Mediterranean, my role focused on guest care and ensuring on-board safety. I also provided crew meals with basic food preparation and cooking. Often at sea for months at a time, this role required the ability to work effectively in a remote environment with minimal mainland contact.


  • Basic food preparation and kitchen hand

  • Watch keeping and maintaining boat security

  • Conducted regular safety drills, including firefighting, use of breathing apparatus, and first aid, and maintained awareness of safety plans to ensure efficient execution when required

  • Undertook housekeeping and interior/exterior cleaning duties, including working within confined spaces, employing effective chemical and manual handling practices

  • Working well within a diverse team of many different cultures


  • During a fire emergency, effectively executed the fire evacuation plan, mustering all guests, locating food rations and life jackets, deploying emergency life raft and evacuating all guests to safety





AMSA Medical

Senior First Aid