Lineman work practices utilizing safety, oral and hand type communication, hand tools, power tools, mobile equipment (bucket truck, pole truck, etc.)
My past job duties have afforded me the ability to develop my skills with many types of mechanical and electrical equipment, as well as the use of many different types of tools and machinery.
I currently possess a CDL type driver's license.
Primary duties are: Constructing and maintaining high voltage (3 phase and Single phase) distribution overhead and underground systems. As well as pole top and pad-mount (ground elevation) transformers, capacitor banks, line voltage/VAR correction equipment, and line sectioning equipment (GOABS-Gang Operated Air Break Switches) and MOABS-Motor Operated Air Break Switches)
A critical part of my training and duties is communication, both with my crew and the system dispatcher. Communication that includes switching orders for accurately "clearing out" a line for work/repair and service restoration after repair work.
Another aspect of my present position is storm recovery, in areas other than my normal areas of assignment. Examples are: Ice storms, tornadoes, etc. This type work requires extra special precautions of safety, alertness for hazards, and crew communication.
My primary duties were to operate a high speed cable fabricating machine. The types of cable were from small data communication cable to larger power low-voltage cable. My duties were to instruct operator helpers in assisting the process of completion. I.e. removing finished coils of cable, pre-bundling, etc.
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