Red side production is a challenging area to work.
Lockout Supervisor (Current Employee) – Nhulunbuy, NT – 6 February 2014
Arrive onsite 0545, participate in shift supervisor handover at 0600 check mail and diary.
0700 shift handover optional.
Address isolations requirements and problems
Check reporting system for actions to be completed action as required.
Attend weekly planning and commitment meetings for input in relation to permit to work.
Review outstanding documents edit as required forward to doc register.
Walk through permit offices red side production complete safety interactions or isolation audits as per time allows.
Write up audit results and forward to safety dept. send feedback to authorised persons audited to highlight improvements or to give positive comments.
Review plant top priority progress and update log.
Participate in hand over of daily work instruction to shift supervisor.
If plant and processes allow leave site at 1530 but remain on call.
Alternate days would start the same but include carrying out assessments for permit to work officers, presenting permit to work courses or completing permit to work risk assessments and variations as required by the site procedure manual.
The management team I work with are very much individuals how ever are also a close team.
Hardest part of the job is the necessity to be constantly reminding permit to work writers of the requirement for attention to detail.
Best part of the job is the interaction and influence you can have on others within the training and assessment role.
The most satisfying part of the job is when you work with a group to achieve a safe outcome for a task and you receive positive feedback from the work group on the care and attention to detail that was given to the task.
Location and lifestyle