KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS.
Health & Safety
- Get all safety files in place and keep up to date
- All personal working on site have done induction and kept on record
- All personal have done medicals and kept on record
- Every Truck delivering coal and yellow equipment machines operating on site have been inspected and signed off to be roadworthy before it can deliver or operate on site
- Weekly and daily checklists on machines are done and kept in a file for safekeeping
- All required Safety signs are place
- All aspects of safety must be adhered too
Receiving Coal Delivery trucks
- Security must check truck, fill in logbook and driver must sign in
- Truck must be weighed, and delivery note must be handed over to weighbridge clerk to determine source of coal and source weight
- Truck must be directed/shown where to off-load the coal
- Truck must be weighed again after offloading empty weight
- Loading and off-loading weights must be recorded in excel spreadsheet and reported as required
- Clearly mark and differentiate stockpiles
- Keep the different supply sources apart and quantify them by loads received tons from weighbridge clerks.
- Never do any blends of any stockpiles on site keep the stockpiles separate
- Make sure no contamination
General Maintenance of site (housekeeping)
- Make sure site is clean
- Railroad tracks are clean and clear and no coal in-between the tracks
- All drainage systems are working, and nothing is blocked
- Dust suppression is done when needed
- Access roads are maintained, and site roads are maintained
- Fences are in good condition and maintained
- General Management/housekeeping of the site are done
- Make sure yellow equipment are in a good working condition, report anything suspicious to the contractor
- All Health and safety requirements are met and up to date
- Make sure of product to be loaded on train
- Make sure the stock required to load are enough before the train arrives
- Train destination
- No over/under/skew loading of train wagons are allowed
- Always make sure safety is first priority and comes first and adhere to all TFR rules and regulations.
- Weigh train wagons on rail weighbridge to confirm Loading weights of wagons to prevent under and over loading
- Make sure Trains are loaded within the time given by TFR
- Issue a rake report when finished
Recons, with loads tonnages, and specs as per stockpile to get the average specs for the batch
- Keep your monthly recon up to date by doing it daily
- Reconcile loading tons with offloading tons from weighbridge certificates received and issued.
- Any loads that are loaded but not received must be highlighted and clearly communicated to everyone.
- Specs must be added to each load as tested for each stockpile to get the average specs for the month on the recon
Standard Reporting, ie. Weekly, Monthly, Annually
Hourly via Watts App social media what’s-up
- Tons moved/delivered by Transporters and the quantity of trucks in the system
- And when loading a train hourly update on train loading
Daily via Watts App social media what’s-up
- Total tons moved/delivered for the day, and stock situation on the siding early every morning.
Monthly report e-mail which should be kept up to date every day
- Reconcile loads received in numeric order by date with loading and receiving (Siding weighbridge) tons waybill numbers, truck number plate numbers to see if everything has been delivered and if required liaise with supplier on daily basis with loads received to reconcile and to verify any missing loads or outstanding loads.
Major challenges, complexities and risk associated with the job.
- Working hours start as planned and work as required to fulfil what is required
- Manage relationship with open communication with your superiors the transporters and the coal source supervisor and or Manager.
- Report accurately and timeously and on time when there is a problem.
- Adhere to all Health and Safety requirements. (Contractors Pack)
- Reconciling loads received from loading point with offloading point