Profession mining equipment mechanic
Mining equipment mechanics install, remove, maintain and repair mining equipment.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Realistic / Investigative
Theoretical and practical applications of the science studying the action of displacements and forces on physical bodies to the development of machinery and mechanical devices.
- Mechanical mine machinery manuals
Comprehend manufacturers' manuals for the installation and operation of mining machinery. Understand schematic drawings.
- Train operators in using mine machinery
Demonstrate mining equipment features and functions to machine operators.
- Conduct inter-shift communication
Communicate relevant information about the conditions in the workplace, progress, events, and potential problems to the workers in the next shift.
- Report mine machinery repairs
Record repair and maintenance tasks executed.
- Maintain mine machinery
Inspect and conduct planned maintenance of mining equipment. Execute routine repairs and replace damaged components. Analyse test results and interpret machine error messages. Undertake maintenance activities such as cleaning and lubricating components.
- Install mining machinery
Assemble, install and disassemble mining equipment. Outstanding eye-hand coordination and spatial awareness are required.
- Communicate mine equipment information
Communicate transparently and efficiently with mine production management and machine operators. Pass on any relevant information such as outages, efficiency and productivity of the equipment.
- Maintain records of mining operations
Maintain records of mine production and development performance, including performance of machinery.
- Test mine equipment
Test newly repaired machinery or mining equipment to ensure correct operation.