Manage flammable substances

Description

Managing flammable substances to roasting operations and ensuring that safety measures are in place.

Alternative labels

regulate flammable substances
oversee flammable substances
manage a flammable substance
managing flammable substances
supervise flammable substances
maintain flammable substances

Skill type

skill/competence

Skill reusability level

sector-specific

Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Manage flammable substances is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Coffee roaster: Coffee roasters control gas fired roasters to dry coffee beans. They dump coffee beans into roasting ovens and once roasted, they compare colour of roasting beans against specifications. They perform cooling of the beans by operating mechanical blowers.

Cacao bean roaster: Cacao bean roasters set up and operate cacao processing equipments such as a continuous roasters, crackers fanners, drying and grinding equipment.
Malt kiln operator: Malt kiln operators tend kiln machines and equipment while supervising that the grain roasting operation maintains in specified roasting parameters.
Dryer attendant: Dryer attendants tend rotary dryers to remove moisture from raw materials or food products in transformation. They observe instruments to verify dryer temperature and regulate steam pressure in order to determine if products have the specified moisture content.

Master coffee roaster: Master coffee roasters design new coffee styles and ensure the quality of blends and recipes pragmatically. They write blending formulas to guide workers who prepare coffee blends for commercial purposes.
Malt house supervisor: Malt house supervisors oversee the malting processes in its integrity. They supervise the processes of steeping, germination, and kilning. They monitor each one of the processing parameters aiming to meet customer specifications. They provide assistance and leadership to malt house production employees and ensure that they operate in a safe and professional manner.
Malt master: Malt masters evaluate and grade different malts on a sensory basis for brewing purposes. They assess the look, the smell, and the taste of raw materials and unfinished products in order to maintain the consistency of products. They use their knowledge to prepare mixtures as part of product development.

Optional skill

Manage flammable substances is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Industrial firefighter: Industrial firefighters are responsible for emergency response in case of a fire outbreak or other hazardous situations in industrial areas or facilities. They actively respond to contain fires and the outbreak of other hazardous substances to protect the industrial crews and premises. They ensure the industrial facility complies with health and safety regulations. They also regulate the clean-up of the scene and assess the damage.
Firefighter: Firefighters are responsible for emergency response in case of a fire outbreak or other hazardous situations. They oversee the evacuation of the endangered premises and ensure victims are rescued and taken care of by the appropriate professionals. Once the premises are clear of victims, they ensure the fire is extinguished, compliant with health and safety regulations. They also regulate the clean-up of the scene and assess the damage.

 


 

References

  1. Manage flammable substances – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022