Pipe Fitter/ Coded Welder (Former Employee) – Point peron – 3 April 2016
Decmil were good to work for as they had a good job and management were approachable. Was a letdown in terms of continuity of work, poor attitude in the Store and poor stocking of the stores of equipment and consumables
Site Administrator (Former Employee) – Roy Hill – 22 November 2015
I felt comfortable the minute I landed at Roy Hill. I was 'thrown in the deep end' of Payroll. I quickly learnt Decmil's systems and was on my own executing Payroll for weekly paid employees. I adapted quickly to the fast paced environment and was sad to leave.
a average day was setting out my work tasks for the day any spare time filled in on other tasks had a great time really enjoyed going to work . Management were mostly ex chippys this job had a lot of outside transport and there knowledge of transport was zero so they did not understand the issues involved as when rainthe want something it was always on the ground and in the store eg on tight site you must work out where to get the trucks so you can get them out eg these people would bring in a triple road train unload it and walk away the only comment was tell em to back out you cannot do this with these vehicles so was very frustrating.Great guys worked well together and had good times on rdo,s
moving into something you had constructed from a green field
Storeperson (Former Employee) – Moranbah, QLD – 6 March 2014
Morning brief with management and supervisors at 6am, along with morning stretches.. Open stores, organize the boys with tools for the day ahead. Record all stock going out and coming in. Communicate via two way with my colleagues on site. Recieving and ordering stock. Keep stores tidy and organized. Follow all HSE rules and regulations. I don't feel there was too much hard about my job.I enjoyed the new experience, the knowledge I gained in the process along with the great crew we had on site.
Excellent oportunities, excellent money and excellent crew.
Trades Assistant (Former Employee) – Barrow Island – 16 September 2013
I was a TA for Decmil which included cleaning out all tempory buildings after they were finished, grouting, on regular ocations cleaning smoko sheds / offices ect, driving bus around the site drop off & pick up for breaks.
Atended a Pre-Start and signed on attendance sheet. Learned about safety issues encountered during previous day work.Management attended these meetings and were able to ask questions of management when required. Hardest part of the job was the exact location of the job as the site was huge and compliance to the local permit system. On quite a few occasions permits weren't issued due to operational issues with the client. The most enjoyable part of the whole task was the fact that the crew took ownership of their job and that reflected on the Safety statistics with an end result of no LTI for 500.000 hrs.