Profession automated cable vehicle controller
Automated cable vehicle controllers operate systems and control boards keeping under the control the operations of a varied array of modes of transport operated by cable. They can operate aerial cabins, telphers, funiculars, etc. They ensure continuous operations and intervene in the operations when unforeseen situations occur.
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- Cable-propelled transit
Understand cable-propelled transit (CPT) and its underlying principles. Know that these are systems of engine-less vehicles propelled by a steel cable.
- On board hazards
Prevent on board (electrical) hazards and effectively deal with them should they occur; ensure safe embarkation and disembarkation of the vessel.
- Health and safety measures in transportation
The body of rules, procedures and regulations related to health and safety measures intended to prevent accidents or incidents in transportation.
- Communicate verbal instructions
Communicate transparent instructions. Ensure that messages are understood and followed correctly.
- Adhere to transpiration work schedule
Adhere to assigned work schedule as prepared by the transportation company.
- Inspect crane equipment
Inspect the suitability of cables, pulleys, and grappling devices that form parts of cranes. Ensure the ongoing maintenance of this equipment.
- Stay alert
Stay focused and alert at all times; react quickly in the case of unexpected events. Concentrate and do not get distracted performing a task over a long period of time.
- Follow signalling instructions
Follow signalling instructions throughout the journey. Comprehend the technical language used by signallers and adhere to instructions given by them.