Pros: great atmosphere
Cons: working in the plant during the day we were running rock not doin most the maintenance
Having my PPE everyday and to be alret of my surroundings. Working safe.
Servicing hauls truck 775E,F 773D, 210M And Wheel loaders 990, 988H, 115zv, 980G, 844K, 310sj, 910.
My job was to fuel and grease the equipement and also to check oil levels and making sure plugs for all oil drains were closed tight and that oil filters were still secure. I did oil changes on all these every 250, 500, 750, 1000 hours. I changed all the with in thoses hours too. At the end of the shift i made sure all m oil plans were clean my area was clean and safe for oil spills and others hazzards.
Routine screen checks in the morning to make sure everything was secure, polly panels and punch plates were right size for distribution. Fixing leaks cracks and everything else that broke. Chaning oil in the gear reducers, greasing all pulleys on the belts. Watchin for holes in rollers that could potentially tear the belts. Keeping screens washed and free of debris or material.
Keep the Mine M.S.H.A safe.
Management would take care of us by rewarding us for production and safety work.
I learned how to s.l.a.m. Stop Look Anaylze and Manage the situations.
the hardest part of the job would be when the mangament would cater us lunch then have to go back work with a full stomach like that.
Best part of the was work with the boys.