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Code : 2018/MIN/DGT/02638 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 2580 Sector : Mining

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Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00865 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

This role is responsible for conducting end to end activities of extracting minerals from their ores including crushing and grinding of ore and recovering the minerals from them.

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00411 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Persons handling explosives, in open cast mines, is a part of the blasters sub-category. The individual performing this role facilitates mining operations by cautiously storing, transporting and handling explosives used for blasting in mines.Controlled blasting techniques are used to remove debris and over-burden in order to make way for coal or other metals. The nature of this job requires employees to follow extensive safety precautions therefore the individual has to be experienced and trained in safety procedures and guidelines for mining operations prescribed by DGMS

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00867 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Reclamation Operator understands, supports in execution of Environment Management (Protection) Plan prepared along with the Mining plan. Reclamation Operator needs to understand Environmental Safety Area/Zone requirement in which the mine is planned and operates and ensures strict compliance to environmental acts, regulations and norms. Reclamation Operator executes reclamation plan with the help of Dumper Operator, Leveller Operator, Shovel Operator, Dozer Operator and botanical experts. Reclamation operator?s role can also start with Rehabilitation of existing population, structures or any other entity existing on the mine site.

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00410 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

A rig mounted drill operator drives and operates a drill machine which is a self-propelled machine used to drill shallow as well as deep holes in the soil and rock for blasting or for quarry operations. The holes are caused by crushing under percussion and/or by drill bit rotation causing abrasion. The drill operates on pneumatic hydraulic system and uses compressed air as power source. Operating a drill is a specialized task that can be safely performed only with adequate training and experience. Drill operators are also responsible for performing basic maintenance on the machine.

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00857 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Roof bolter bolts the roof for underground mines, conducts quality checks on output and maintains a safe & healthy working environment

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00868 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Safety Operator is responsible for monitoring and assessing hazardous and unsafe situations and developing measures to assure personnel safety. Safety Operator needs to be aware of applicable safety rules and situations arising in mines. Safety Operator needs to organize safety training sessions for new employees and refreshers & advanced training for existing workers on Safety Equipment and practices. Safety Officer is required to organize periodic meetings of Safety Council and involve in Safety Week initiatives. Safety Officer needs to act as Rescue/Emergency operator and also conduct mock rehearsal

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00397 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Sampler takes onsite samples, either in open-cast or underground workings of the mine. He visits the different sections of the mine on a daily basis to take ore samples. This is a specialized task, since the information obtained from the ore is vital for planning.

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00860 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

The SDL/ LHD operator operates the SDL/LHD/vehicle (Underground Loading Machines) safely, efficiently and effectively and carry out is upkeep and maintenance.

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00402 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Shotfirer assembles, positions and detonates explosives to break or dislodge rock and soil or to demolish structures. (refer to MMR 1960/ MVTR) In open cast mining operation, shotfirer uses larger amounts of explosives to clear masses of earth in open areas. Numerous smaller blasts are often detonated together to create a larger force. In tunnelling and underground mining operation, shotfirer uses small amounts of explosives to blast through rock underground. Generally, small blasts are detonated in a sequence to minimise the force and decrease the possibility of unwanted damage.

Code : 2018/MIN/DGT/02640 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 4120 Sector : Mining

Conducts blasting operations in mines and quarries by charging drilled holes with requisite amount and type of explosives. Examines holes, ensures proper drilling and cleaning before charging. Check blasting areas to ensure they meet safety regulations & takes prescribed precautions in case of misfire. Maintains logbook for recording quantity of explosive used, number of shots fired and misfired, if any.

Code : 2019/MIN/SCMS/3271 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Mining

the candidate would be able to drive in the mining area

Code : 2019/MIN/SCMS/3271 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Mining

the candidate would be able to drive in the mining area

Code : 2019/MIN/SCMS/3242 NSQF Level : Level 1 Notional Hours : 350 Sector : Mining

CAN DRIVE IN MINING AREA

Code : 2015/MIN/SCMS/00854 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 120 Sector : Mining

Sprinkler and Other Vehicle Driver in mining industry is an ancillary job role. The individual assigned this role could be driving a sprinkler truck to control dust on a haul-road or could be driving mining personnel in an SUV or any other small truck used to haul material. Besides knowledge of driving fundamentals, the role requires the individual to know and understand the basic of mining operations, traffic rules to be followed in the mining area and safety guidelines for mining operations prescribed by DGMS. Vehicle drivers are also responsible for performing basic maintenance on the vehicle and to ensure that the safety systems in the vehicle are functional.

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