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Field/Sector: Chemical Industry
Professional area: Maintenance technician in the chemical industry

Code of the profession: Brak kodu

VOCATIONAL TASKS CATALOGUE


No. Category of the task
A Technological tasks
A-1 Install, replace and dismount, mount, disassemble and properly assemble the major (mechanical) parts of mechanical systems; and execute or give detailed instructions for the adaptation or repair of mechanical systems or components necessitating mechanical shaping techniques.
A-2 Install and eplace (parts of) electrical systems in non-hazardous and Ex hazardous areas, design and build smal electrical projects, and detect and diagnose faults in electrical systems.
A-3 Perform preventive maintenance, inspections and condition monitoring on electrical and mechanical equipment.
A-4 Execute critical supporting activities during maintenance.
B Organizational tasks
C Managing and cooperation tasks
D Quality control and assessment tasks

SKILLS CATALOGUE for OCCUPATIONAL TASKS


Occupational task: A-1:
Install, replace and dismount, mount, disassemble and properly assemble the major (mechanical) parts of mechanical systems; and execute or give detailed instructions for the adaptation or repair of mechanical systems or components necessitating mechanical shaping techniques.
No. Skills
1 Restore and replace (components of) mechanical power transmission systems.
2 Restore and replace (components of) rotating equipment.
3 Restore industrial valves onsite to working condition.
4 Install, replace and dismount, mount, disassemble and properly assemble the major (mechanical) parts of a hydraulic pilot system of hydraulic operated industrial valves.
5 Install, replace and dismount, mount, disassemble and properly assemble the major (mechanical) parts of a pneumatic pilot system of pneumatic operated industrial valves.
6 Give detailed instructions for the adaptation or repair of mechanical components necessitating machining operations.
7 Give detailed instructions for the adaptation or repair of components (attachments, supports, etc.) necessitating construction welding or brazing.
8 Dismantle, store and and reapply (parts of) insulation material on piping and fittings (including couplings, flanges, hangers and valves).
9 Repair piping and process tubing, mount and dismount a spectacle blanks (flanges) and fittings (flange, threaded fitting and clamp coupling) and replace seals in flanges.

Occupational task: A-2:
Install and eplace (parts of) electrical systems in non-hazardous and Ex hazardous areas, design and build smal electrical projects, and detect and diagnose faults in electrical systems.
No. Skills
1 Remove, store and install cables in non-hazardous areas.
2 Replace lighting lamps and fixtures in non hazardous areas.
3 Replace actuators (eg motor operated valves), sensors and transducers in non-hazardous areas.
4 Disconnect and connect electric motors, start devices and motor controls in non-hazardous areas, in the right configuration (star or delta).
5 Replace (dismount and mount), find valid spare parts, set parameters, and restart different electrical components in a MCC (motor control center) or switchboards in non-hazardous areas.
6 Remove, store and install Ex cables in Ex hazardous areas.
7 Replace Ex lighting lamps and fixtures in Ex hazardous areas.
8 Replace Ex actuators (eg motor operated valves), sensors and transducers in Ex hazardous areas.
9 Disconnect and connect Ex electric motors, start devices and motor controls in Ex hazardous areas, in the right configuration (star or delta).
10 Read and interpret electrical drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations.
11 Carry out a last minute risk analysis on electrical equipment.
12 Carry out a lock-out tag-out procedure on electrical equipment.
13 Safely switch off (parts of) electrical installations (check circuits, measure absence of tension, remove thermal fuses).
14 Safely switch on (parts of) electrical installations (check circuits, insert thermal fuses).
15 Design and build a basic MCC (Motor Control Center) with start/stop, star/delta starter or left/right turning functionality in a non-hazardous areas.
16 Draw an electrical diagram for a basic motor control (start-stop, star-delta, left-right).
17 Plan the physical layout and build the electrical circuits for a basic motor control (start-stop, star-delta, left-right).
18 Find the correct applicable technical information in manuals and standards autonomously.
19 Locate a fault or malfunction in an electrical/electronic system or equipment through systematic fault finding, and identify possible underlaying factors that have caused the fault.
20 Safely operate electrical measuring equipment (multimeter, current clamp, voltage meter DUSPOL) autonomously.
21 Safely perform standardized test procedures and diagnostic methods using the shematic circuit, wire diagram diagrams and test tools autonomously.
22 Perform a parameter read-out and a parameter reset on a motor controller autonomously.
23 Perform a functional test of the connection to the operating system (SCADA, PLC and DCS).

Occupational task: A-3:
Perform preventive maintenance, inspections and condition monitoring on electrical and mechanical equipment.
No. Skills
1 Lubricate equipment.
2 Take oil samples from oil reservoirs of (gear boxes of) rotating equipment and hydraulic equipment.
3 Perform inspections and condition monitoring on mechanical equipment.
4 Perform a mechanical equipment inspection round with sensory (visual, smell, feel, hear) checks.
5 Perform an inspection of belt drives (guard inspection, pulley inspection, visual belt inspection, belt tension verification).
6 Perform a thermographic scan of rotating equipment.
7 Perform a thermographic scan of steam traps and of insulated (steam)pipes and pipelines.
8 Perform ultrasonic inspection of air lines, compressed air systems and pneumatic equipment.
9 Perform ultrasonic inspection of steam traps.
10 Perform ultrasonic inspection on pumps.
11 Perform ultrasonic condition monitoring on bearings in rotating equipment.
12 Perform basic vibration analysis of (bearings in) rotating equipment.
13 Perform inspections and tests on E&I equipment.
14 Execute an inspection round with sensory (visual, smell, feel, hear) routine checks in an electrical installation.
15 Execute sheduled time based maintenance tasks on a MCC (motor control center) and switchboards.
16 Perform thermographic inspection of MCC (Motor Control Centre), circuit board and electrical motor.
17 Perform on-site motor winding testing on electrical motors.
18 Perform ultrasonic corona inspection on electrical rotating equipment.
19 Perform measurement instrument testing (pressure, flow, temperature, level, resistance) on the basis of specific instructions from a supervisor (or experienced colleague).
20 Set, parametrize and calibrate sensors, transmittors and controllers.
21 Calibrate (frequently used) measuring devices according to required use (zero-scale or end adjustment).

Occupational task: A-4:
Execute critical supporting activities during maintenance.
No. Skills
1 Plan, Schedule and Report on Maintenance activities.
2 Operate a PC and CMMS, EAM or ERP software tool.
3 Manage MRO parts (tools, bolts, srews, seals, oils, etc.) and spare parts.
4 Receive work orders and prepare and schedule the maintenance tasks to be executed.
5 Report on executed maintenance interventions.
6 Evaluate measurement and inspection values.
7 Notify (imminent) repetitive defects and failures on in a report and determine possible causes.
8 Improve (existing) Maintenance Concepts and Methodologies.
9 Participate in workgroups concerning maintenance improvement.
10 Set-up and execute a smal maintenance or reliability improvement projects.
11 Assure safe maintenance operations.
12 Alarm, operate safety devices and bring himself/herself in safety in critical emergency conditions.
13 Organize a safe workplace and execute all works according to the required safety regulations.
14 Select and wear the required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and specific PPE for working in special conditions based on risk analysis.
15 Extinguish small fires of know substances with portable extinguishers.
16 Rig and hoist safely different loads (upto 500 kg) in various conditions using lifting equipment.
17 Handle small quantities of risidual chemicals according to the required safety regulations.
18 Manage waste produced during maintenance operations.
19 Prevent and sort waste produced during maintenance tasks (cleaning cloths, metals, dammaged parts).
20 Contain small spills occuring during maintenance tasks.


PSYCHOPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS CATALOGUE for THE OCCUPATION


No. Psychophysical characteristics
Abilities
1 Executes all necessary work steps autonomously.
2 Instruct a (contractor) team on all necessary work steps autonomously.
3 Monitor that the (safety) instructions of a work permit are followed by all members of a (contractor) team.
4 Assume responsibility of his/her own safety and of a (contractor) team.
5 Coordinate his/her own work schedule and of a (contractor) team.
6 Assume responsibility of the cost efficiency of the works executed by a (contractor) team and optimises Hand on Tool times.
7 Monitor the quality of the work executed by a (contractor) team.
8 Report on (contractor) team work progress.
9 Optimises work processes through open communicates with operators, maintenance team members, contractor team members, management and suppliers.
10 Proposes and Assume responsablity of improvement initiatives and projects.
Traits
Sensory and motor skill