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Engineering in business and the environment Lesson 3: Roles and responsibilities
Objectives for this lesson to determine the roles and responsibilities of staff employed in engineering companies.
Roles and responsibilities define the purpose of a workers employment are defined in job descriptions some examples follow…
Operator to control the operation of a particular machine to maintain agreed production rate to carry out routine maintenance to report defects to look after H&S of self and others.
Supervisor to look after a set of machines/operators to ensure production rates are maintained to ensure routine maintenance is carried out to report defects to ensure safety of self and others.
Other Roles Line Manager Company Director Quality Inspector Buyer Finance Clerk Production Planner Others?
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