Supervise the workers in crushing or loading minerals at preparation plant.
What does a Preparation Plant Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in crushing, sizing, cleaning, treating, or loading coal, stone, or other minerals at tipple or preparation plant: Receives daily reports of quantity and grade of materials to be loaded into railroad cars or trucks. Transmits loading orders to equipment operators and loading crew. Observes activities of workers to ensure that impurities and materials of unspecified size are extracted. Directs operation of crushers, pumps, and furnaces, and assists workers with faulty equipment. Inspects processing and loading equipment and schedules necessary maintenance. Computes daily production from weight of loaded cars or trucks. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.