Cven 9706 project-crushing rocks-portelli and proctor (1)

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Cven 9706 project-crushing rocks-portelli and proctor (1)

  1. 1. CVEN 9706- ProjectCrushing RocksAuthorsMichael Portelli and Kerry Proctor
  2. 2. Our Team• Michael Portelli-Currently studying Masters inEngineering Science and works as a SignalEngineer for a Railway Infrastructure Companyin Melbourne;• Kerry Proctor-Currently studying Masters inSafety Science and runs a Safety ManagementBusiness on the Gold Coast Queensland.
  3. 3. The Company• The company-Hy-Tec Quarry-Tumbulgum;• Located in the Tweed Shire-NSW;• Tumbulgum Quarry is part of Hy-Tec Industries asubsidiary of Adelaide Brighton (SA);• Hy-Tec Industries is relatively new to the Quarryindustry;• Hy-Tec Industries purchased Tumbulgum Quarryfrom Elesanar Constructions in June 2011.
  4. 4. Organisation structureCabin Haul TruckOperatorSales FEL Pit FaceLoaderExcavator Water CartQuarry ManagerQueenslandWeighbridgeProduction ManagerGeneral Manager,QueenslandBoard of Directors,AustraliaStrategic Goal SettingTactical Goal SettingOperational Goal Setting
  5. 5. The Company• Tumbulgum Quarry produces ½ million tonneof road base and aggregates a year.• The Company’s mission is to grow Hy-TecIndustries into the largest supplier of concreteand aggregates in Australia.• Company structure Queensland has a Board ofDirectors, a General Manager and 10departments.
  6. 6. Key Functions –HRM Division• Develop and implement training for thevarious sites in conjunction with the SafetyManager;• Coordinate daily weekly and monthly traininginitiatives and report on progress;• Provide tools and advice for the various sitemanagers;• Manage SAP-Hy-Tec Human ResourceManagement System;
  7. 7. Interview checklist• A checklist was developed by Michael;• Initial checklist was reviewed to enable thetool to be utilised for the interview process;• An appointment was made 30th April, 2013@2 pm.
  8. 8. Interview• Interview was conducted with Mr DesmondCampbell-Quarry Manager and Mr BruceProctor-Production Manager;• Meeting @ 2pm-Both parties requestedcombined interviews as time managementwas an issue;• The meeting commenced explaining theprocess of the interviews.
  9. 9. Interview• No job descriptions for the two positions thatwere selected;• Front End Loader Operator;• Haul Truck Operator;• Checklist enabled information to be collectedto develop job descriptions for the twoselected positions;
  10. 10. Murphy’s Law• “If there is a possibility of several things goingwrong, the one that will cause the mostdamage will be the one to go wrong” Reference:http://quotations.about.com/cs/murphyslaws/a/bls_murphys_law.htm• Crusher breakdown;• Quarry & Production Manager required toattend;• Meeting rescheduled for 2 pm 1st May 2013.
  11. 11. FEL Operator & Haul Truck OperatorJob Description;• Position Title;• Purpose of the position;• Scope-Contributes to overall production of theQuarry;• Responsibilities-• Detailed & company measures;• General Duties;• Knowledge Skills and attributes;• Working conditions and performance measures
  12. 12. Second Interview• FEL Operator & Haul Truck Operator-notavailable for interview;• Bottom up approach dependent on the Expert& Supervisor statement;• Both parties reported the same expectationsfocusing on safety and prodcution

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