The Petroleum Pump System Operators is in charge of starting the battery of pumps, observing pressure meters and flow meters, making sure that everything is operating properly.
The Primary objective of the Petroleum Pump System Operators:
- The Petroleum Pump System Operators is concerned with regulating pumping speeds according to schedule.
- The Petroleum Pump System Operators are in charge of planning movement of products through lines to process, store, and shipping units.
- The Petroleum Pump System operators must record operating data, such as products and quantities pumped, stocks used, gauging results, and operating times.
The Petroleum Pump System Operators will signal other workers by telephone or radio to operate pumps, open and close valves and check temperatures. After which the Operator reads operating schedules or instructions from the dispatcher so that they can synchronize activities with other pump houses to ensure continuous flow of products and minimum of contamination between products. The Petroleum Pump System Operator turns hand wheels to open line valves and directs flow of products.
The Petroleum Pump System Operators are in responsible for controlling machines and processes. They manage control operation of compressors, operate power driven pumps, operate gas, petroleum, or power distribution equipment, and operate petroleum pumping equipment this is the very most important functions that Petroleum Pump System Operators must do. The Petroleum Pump Operators are in charge of monitoring production machinery operations to detect any problems. They also must be able to read work orders, instructions, formulas, or processing charts.
The Petroleum Pump System Operators usually are the ones who make major decisions and solve problems that may occur during production. Whenever a problem does occur the Petroleum Pump System Operators will make adjustments in production equipment setup. It is essential that they maintain production work records. In order to be able to make decisions and changes in the equipment the Petroleum Pump System Operators must have accurate records and notes before making any decision. The Petroleum Pump System Operators constantly inspect equipment, structures and materials in order to maintain consistent production quality. Production quality is vital because it effects how vehicles and machinery operates. The machines need certain grades to operate efficiently so the Petroleum Pump System Operators need to make sure that they are pumping the right grade of petroleum and that it is being pumped into the system accurately.
The Petroleum Pump System Operator needs t is in top physical condition as it does take a lot of physical activity in order to perform their job. The Petroleum Pump System Operator often inspects the equipment, structure or materials reporting to the supervisors, peers or subordinates any malfunctions. Often the Petroleum Pump System Operator needs to confer with engineering, technical or manufacturing personnel in order to report the condition of the equipment. They keep very good records of all events that happen concerning the pumping stations. The Petroleum Pump System Operators will signal directions or warnings to coworkers when it is necessary. Safety is of vital importance to them and to the coworkers.
The Petroleum Pump System Operator needs to be able to identify objects, actions and events that might happen or is about to happen that would interfere with the pumping stations ability to work. The Petroleum Pump System Operator must be able to process information quickly to estimate the quantifiable characteristics of Products, Events, or information necessary for the function of the pumping station. The Petroleum Pump System Operators need to be able to have enough skills to operate hydraulic equipment. They need some experience in electronics in order to maintain much of the equipment. The Petroleum Pump System Operator should have good mathematics and skills in statistics in order to perform their job function. They need are involved in calculating fluid dynamics as they are pumping out petroleum. The Petroleum Pump System Operators work together in a team so they must be able to function as a team as well as on an individual basis. Their Interpersonal relationships are very vital in working together as a team. The knowledge and skills that they obtain are often learn while working on the job. Education is important part of the job function but the work while on the job is most beneficial.