Profession chemical processing plant controller
Chemical processing plant controllers operate and monitor chemical plants and adjust and maintain, processing units and equipment which distil, filter, separate, heat or refine chemicals.
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- Realistic / Conventional
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- Good manufacturing practices
Regulatory requirements and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) applied in the relevant manufacturing sector.
- Chemical processes
The relevant chemical processes used in manufacture, such as purification, seperation, emulgation and dispergation processing.
- Basic chemicals
The production and characteristisc of organic basic chemicals such as ethanol, methanol, benzene and inorganic basic chemicals such as oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen.
- Manufacturing plant equipment
The characteristics and functioning conditions of manufacturing plant equipments such as chemical reactors, addition tanks, pumps, filters, mixers.
- Test chemical samples
Perform the testing procedures on the already prepared chemical samples, by using the necessary equipment and materials. Chemical sample testing involves operations such as pipetting or diluting schemes.
- Test production input materials
Test the supplied materials prior to their release into processing, ensuring the results are complying with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and to the suppliers` COA (Certificate of Analysis).
- Monitor chemical process condition
Monitor the conformity of the chemical process, checking all indicators or warning signals provided by the instruments such as recording instruments, flowmeters and panel lights.
- Monitor manufacturing quality standards
Monitor quality standards in manufacturing and finishing process.
- Adhere to standard procedures
Adhere to and follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Prepare chemical samples
Prepare the specific samples such as gas, liquid or solid samples in order for them to be ready for analysis, labeling and storing samples according to specifications.
- Optimise production processes parameters
Optimise and maintain the parameters of the production process such as flow, temperature or pressure.
- Use ICT systems
Select and use ICT systems for a variety of complex tasks in order to meet a variety of needs.
- Use chemical analysis equipment
Use the laboratory equipment such as Atomic Absorption equimpent, PH and conductivity meters or salt spray chambre.
- Cope with manufacturing deadlines pressure
Cope with a tight schedule on the manufacturing processes level and take the necessary actions when deadlines approach or when some processes fail.
- Manage chemical testing procedures
Manage the procedures to be used in chemical testing by designing them and conducting tests accordingly.