Supervise the workers in patching and repairing coke oven components.
What does a Smoke Control Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in patching and repairing coke oven components to ensure oven smoke emissions comply with company and government air pollution regulations: Observes oven operations to detect smoke emissions and inspects ovens to ascertain cause of smoke. Determines oven repairs required, utilizing knowledge of oven structure, and confers with designated personnel to coordinate scheduling of repairs. Reviews technical literature on recent developments in controlling smoke emissions and consults with engineering and management personnel to evaluate feasibility of implementing new methods. Develops smoke emissions programs, conducts tests to determine effectiveness of programs, and prepares reports of test results for management. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.