Profession septic tank servicer
Septic tank servicers clean and maintain septic systems. They repair damages and faults, and ensure the tanks are cleaned and maintained, operating cleaning and maintenance machinery, in compliance with safety procedures.
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- Waste transport legislation
Regulations and legislation concerning the safe transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials, products, and appliances.
- Maintain septic tanks
Maintain effluent sewer systems which use septic tanks to collect sewage, and separate solid waste from it, from residential buildings or organisations. Perform routine maintenance tasks and cleaning duties, identify and repair faults.
- Perform cleaning activities in an outdoor environment
Adapt the cleaning working methods and procedures to the environmental conditions and adapt to weather conditions such as rain, strong wind or snow, when this affects the performance of the equipment or machinery that is being used.
- Operate sumps
Operate industrial sumps used to remove excess liquid such as water or chemicals.
- Apply health and safety standards
Adhere to standards of hygiene and safety established by respective authorities.
- Operate pumps
Operate industrial pumps used to remove excess liquid.
- Maintain records of maintenance interventions
Keep written records of all repairs and maintenance interventions undertaken, including information on the parts and materials used, etc.
- Perform cleaning activities in an environmentally friendly way
Undertake all cleaning duties in a manner which minimises environmental damage, follow methods that lessen pollution and wastage of resources.
- Ensure compliance with environmental legislation
Monitor activities and perform tasks ensuring compliance with standards involving environmental protection and sustainability, and amend activities in the case of changes in environmental legislation. Ensure that the processes are compliant with environment regulations and best practices.
- Ensure equipment maintenance
Ensure that the equipment required for operations is regularly checked for faults, that routine maintenance tasks are performed, and that repairs are scheduled and performed in the case of damage or flaws.
- Maintain cleaning equipment
Clean and preserve the equipment and material used for cleaning purposes in a proper state.