Profession dewatering technician
Dewatering technicians install and operate pumps, spares, pipe ranges, and vacuum dewatering systems to collect and remove liquids and chemicals.
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The composition, structure, and properties of substances and the processes and transformations that they undergo; the uses of different chemicals and their interactions, production techniques, risk factors, and disposal methods.
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- Work ergonomically
Apply ergonomy principles in the organisation of the workplace while manually handling equipment and materials.
- Manage water treatment
Treat contaminated water using a variety of techniques such as lagoons and reed beds.
- Collect samples
Set up and operate equipment to collect water, gas or soil samples for testing.
- Manage storage tanks
Oversee the operations of the storage tank; obtain appropriate balancing levels in filtrate tanks.
Identify operating problems, decide what to do about it and report accordingly.
- Manage sumps
Oversee correct operation of sumps; to make sure that the operations for collecting and removing the undesirable or excess liquid runs smoothly.
- Maintain records of mining operations
Maintain records of mine production and development performance, including performance of machinery.
Optional knowledge and skillstrain employees write production reports weld mining machinery operate vacuum dewatering system biology conduct inter-shift communication operate sumps collect geological data operate pumps
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