Stopping work activities and acting, if there is a belief that there may be an uncontrolled risk to the Employee or other people.
Accepting responsibilities, following procedures and notifying the Supervisor if the job requirements are unclear to the Employee.
Only undertaking tasks for which the Employee is competent and only using equipment that they have been trained to use.
Using the Company’s safety tools to assist in controlling the hazards, which apply to each task the Employee undertakes.
Speaking up to improve safety.
Complying with the Company’s ‘Life Saving Rules’.
Component refurbishment and service activities relating to Metso OEM Equipment components, complete machines and spare parts.
Assist other Tradesmen to undertake strip and assess and then rebuild of Metso fixed plant equipment including, but not limited to, crushers, crusher components, screens and screen parts, gearboxes, conveyor pulleys and drives, hydraulic units, slurry pumps, rail car and dumper components.
Have the ability to move from one task to another as required to meet production schedules.
Receive feedback, training and mentoring from leading hand and supervisor
Train and mentor apprentices
Develop and implement continuous improvement initiatives proactively working with the Workshop team.
Records, analyses and informs relevant personnel of production quality assurance and the Leading Hand Mechanical Fitter of status and disposition of customer requirements specific to job progress and status.
Keeps fully abreast with Company manuals, technical publications and bulletins.
Read and interpret documents such as operating and maintenance instructions, technical drawings and procedure manuals.
Working as part of a team to solve practical on the job problems.