What is a PTO engineer?
In major companies, to comply with manufacturing standards, for applicants for the position of engineer of PTO imposes rather high requirements. This place needs to take an expert with specialized higher education and with experience of the profession at least 3-5 years. These high requirements are not the whim of the employer, they are due to the responsibility that rests with this specialist.
Often it depends on not only the safety of the production processes, but also the safety of those consumers who purchase goods and equipment produced by this company. This is especially important in such fields as construction, where technology is a guarantee of reliability, safety and durability of erected objects. It is therefore important to engineer VET knew all the details of technological processes of the production and managed to ensure their accurate and careful execution, because it depends primarily on the quality of the products. The ability to understand project documents, to assess its compliance with regulations and standards, and knowing these regulations and standards, as well as methodological guidance and industry documents are also required to become the engineer of PTO.
What are the duties of a VET engineer
Of course, job responsibilities may differ at each particular workplace, they are determined by the job description with which the employee, who has been appointed as the VET engineer, becomes acquainted and signs on his very first working day.
If he will, for example, work in a construction organization, his duties will include, inter alia,:
- technical supervision of the construction and installation works;
— verification of conformity of volumes and structures of approved design and estimate documentation and working drawings and the existing construction norms and rules, state and industry standards, specifications, norms of labor protection
- the solution of operational issues on the replacement of materials used and changes in design solutions without compromising the quality and safety of construction sites;
- maintenance and control over the estimate documentation for the objects;
- marking of construction works and verification of compliance of completed budget documentation objects;
- coordination of estimated costs with customers;
- resolution of disputes with subcontractors;
- verification of estimates of the form of KS2 from subcontracting companies;
- maintaining reporting documentation;
- participation in the technical acceptance of objects.