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  • The version control will be maintained by the SHEQ team and is controlled via the Safety Equipment Inspections Document 2073838157-15.

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  • Trades Progression Form - Level 5 to 6

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  • Instructions: Progression of mechanical and electrical trade‚Äôs employees between level 1 and 5 is automatic and dependant on time served in the role. Progression between levels 5 and 7 is based on key determining factors as outlined in the relevant EA 2014. Mandatory factors for this progression are: 1. Progressive achievement of 50% of an applicable trade certificate IV is needed before an employee can progress from level 5 to 6 2. Full completion and certification of a level IV trades certificate must be obtained before employees can progress from level 6 to 7 3. Additional competency indicators also exist to determine progression that must be assessed by the DTL and or Area Manager in the absence of the DTL Appointment to Level 7 is controlled by position availability and need within each network area (North, South and West). People appointed to level 7 will undertake a senior role accountable for carrying out senior trades work, mentoring, supervisory of junior trades and emerging leadership behaviours consistent with what is expected of somebody capable to act up in a DTL position when required.

The version control will be maintained by the SHEQ team and is controlled via the Safety Equipment Inspections Document 2073838157-15.

LEVEL 5 PROGRESSION ASSESSMENT: A combination of competency based technical and theoretical skills that must be assessed prior to achieving Level 6 status.

THEORETICAL COMPETENCY

  • Has the employee completed 50% of relevant Cert IV qualification?

  • Please upload the transcript relating to the employee being reviewed

TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Do they independently complete work?

  • Do they consistently carry out work using quality control measures such as:

  • Planning?

  • Communication?

  • Consultation?

  • Processes?

  • Auditing?

SAFETY: Do they actively plan tasks around HSE requirements to ensure compliance. This competency requires 2 safety observations completed by the DTL or HSE Employee.

  • Safety Observation 1: <br>Was the activity Successful or were there safety failures

  • Please upload the first safety observation completed by a safety committee representative, DTL or HSEQ

  • Safety Observation 2: <br>Was the activity Successful or were there safety failures

  • Please upload the second safety observation completed by a safety committee representative, DTL or HSEQ Advisor

  • Does the candidate work well with others and display behaviours consistent with a senior trades employee?

  • Are they consistently Reliable?

  • Are they consistently Communicative?

  • Are they consistently Honest?

  • Are they consistently Diligent?

  • Are they consistently Quality Focused?

  • Are they Timely?

  • Are they consistently Confident?

  • Do they consistently and proactively LEAD junior trades?

  • Do they consistently submit regular and reliable timesheets?

  • Do they consistently complete work orders with a high level of accuracy?

  • Does the candidate consistently and proactively (by request or self-initated), demonstrate a commitment to continuous process improvement?

  • Please upload an example (photo / document / meeting minutes or other) to support this:

Electrical / Mechanical Specific Tasks: Must be completed in a safe & legally competent manner.

  • Can they operate, install, maintain, fault-find and repair high voltage electrical equipment (HV)?

  • Can they write reports (E & M)?

  • Please upload an example:

  • Can they conduct workplace assessments (E & M)?

  • Can they work with hazardous chemicals (advanced) (E & M)?

  • Can they work in accordance with the Sydney Water containment and heavy articulated truck operation (E & M)?

  • Can they fault find, repair/rectify and modify complex electrical circuits (E)?

  • Can they shut down and isolate machines/equipment ( M)?

  • Can they follow the procurement and subcontractor control process(E & M)?

  • Can they connect/disconnect fixed wired equipment up to 1000v AC / 1500v DC<br> (E & M)?

  • Can they fault-find, test, calibrate instrumentation systems, equipment (E) / Maintain hydraulic systems (M)?

  • Can they Install, maintain and calibrate instrumentation sensors, transmitters and final control elements (E)?<br>Locate and replace instrumentation equipment (M)?

  • Can they tune control loops - multi controller or multi element systems (E)?<br>Chemical dosing - Installation, maintain and repair (M)?

Internal business exposure: where have they had exposure or additional experience

  • HSEQ?

  • Projects?

  • Networks?

  • Plants?

  • Systems (Maximo / Click)?

  • Planning / Scheduling?

RECOMMENDATION AND APPROVAL

  • As the DTL or Area Manager, do you recomment the employee to progress to Level 6?

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