Profession insulation supervisor
Insulation supervisors monitor insulation operations. They assign tasks and take quick decisions to resolve problems.
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- Enterprising / Realistic
- Energy performance of buildings
Factors that contribute to lower energy consumption of buildings. Building and renovation techniques used to achieve this. Legislation and procedures regarding energy performance of buildings.
- Types of insulation material
Various types of insulation material and their usage cases, advantages, risks and costs.
- Manage health and safety standards
Oversee all personnel and processes to comply with health, safety and hygiene standards. Communicate and support alignment of these requirements with the company's health and safety programmes.
- Liaise with managers
Liaise with managers of other departments ensuring effective service and communication, i.e. sales, planning, purchasing, trading, distribution and technical.
- Process incoming construction supplies
Receive incoming construction supplies, handle the transaction and enter the supplies into any internal administration system.
- Follow health and safety procedures in construction
Apply the relevant health and safety procedures in construction in order to prevent accidents, pollution and other risks.
- Work in a construction team
Work as part of a team in a construction project. Communicate efficiently, sharing information with team members and reporting to supervisors. Follow instructions and adapt to changes in a flexible manner.
- Plan shifts of employees
Plans shifts of employees to ensure completion of all customer orders and satisfactory completion of the production plan.
- Check compatibility of materials
Make sure the materials are fit to be used together, and if there are any foreseeable interferences.
- Inspect insulation
Inspect the quality of the insulation of a structure. Inspect the insulation visually to detect any mistakes or defects. Analyse infrared imagery to see any cold bridges, air gaps, or insulation malfunctions.
- Evaluate employees work
Evaluate the need for labour for the work ahead. Evaluate the performance of the team of workers and inform superiors. Encourage and support the employees in learning, teach them techniques and check the application to ensure product quality and labour productivity.
- Supervise staff
Oversee the selection, training, performance and motivation of staff.
- Order construction supplies
Order required materials for the construction project, taking care to purchase the most suitable material for a good price.
- Monitor stock level
Evaluate how much stock is used and determine what should be ordered.
- Advise on construction materials
Provide advice on and test a wide range of construction materials.
- Answer requests for quotation
Make up prices and documents for the products that customers may purchase.
- Demonstrate products' features
Demonstrate how to use a product in a correct and safe manner, provide customers with information on the product's main features and benefits, explain operation, correct use and maintenance. Persuade potential customers to purchase items.
- Create infrared imagery
Use an infrared camera to produce imagery displaying the infrared part of the spectrum.
- Inspect construction supplies
Check construction supplies for damage, moisture, loss or other problems before using the material.
- Use safety equipment in construction
Use elements of protective clothing such as steel-tipped shoes, and gear such as protective goggles, in order to minimise risk of accidents in construction and to mitigate any injury if an accident does occur.
- Ensure compliance with construction project deadline
Plan, schedule and monitor the building processes in order to ensure completion of the project by the set deadline.