SURNAME: Chetty FIRST NAMES: Shunmugam Kubendran IDENTITY No.: 770********** DATE of BIRTH: 22 January 1977 SEX: Male MARITAL STATUS: Married
NATIONALITY: South African LANGUAGES: English/ Afrikaans CRIMINAL OFFENCES – None HEALTH: Excellent DRIVERS LICENSE – Code 08 HOME ADDRESS – 36 Bauhinia Bend, Arboretum, Richards Bay, 3900 POSTAL ADDRESS – P.O.Box 2575, Richards Bay, 3900 CONTACT NUMBERS – 083******* (W) 083******* (C) 035******* (H) EMAILS - firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
21 years’ experience Mechanical Engineering Diploma Trade Tested Fitter & Turner
MMDP Certificate in Business Management Currently employed at SOUTH32 – Hillside Aluminium, previously BHP Billiton, for the past 8 years. I’m in the role of Maintenance Co-ordinator, previous roles were, Maintenance Supervisor Casthouse, Maintenance Supervisor Bath Plant, Maintenance Shift Supervisor Carbon Plants. I have extensive experience in co-ordinating planned and unplanned/ breakdowns in various plants. Prior to South32, I was employed at Rio Tinto – Richards Bay Minerals, for 13 years. Roles were, Apprentice Fitter & Turner, Maintenance Artisan and Maintenance Controller. I have planned and executed major shutdowns with diverse resources. Also managed breakdowns and adhoc work in the various Process Plants. I have worked with and managed large and diverse teams.
Senior Certificate: Matric - Stanger Manor Secondary School (1990 – 1994)
Mathematics (HG) Physical Science (HG) Accounting (HG) Computer Science (HG)
English (HG) Afrikaans (HG)
Mechanical Engineering – Credits Obtained M L Sultan Technikon (1995 - 1996)
Mathematics 1 Mechanics 1 Mechanical Engineering Drawing 1 Communication Skills 1 Computer Skills 1 Computer Aided Draughting 1 Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering 1 Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering 2
National Diploma: Mechanical Engineering - Umfolozi College: Richtek (1998) N3 Engineering Drawing N4 Mathematics N4 Mechanotechnics N4 Supervisory Management N4 Engineering Science N4 Electrotechnics N4 Industrial Electronics N5 Mathematics N5 Mechanotechnics N5 Supervisory Management N5 Strengths of Materials N5 Power Machines N6 Mathematics N6 Mechanotechnics N6 Supervisory Management
Trade Certificate: Artisan: Fitter and Turner - Richards Bay Minerals (2000)
Certificate in Business Management: Middle Management Development Program - Graduate Institute of Management and Technology (2007)
Strategic Management Leadership & Management in the Business Environment Evaluation of Leadership People Factor People, Systems and Processes Marketing Management Business Transformation Basic Economics Financial Management Operations Management Information Management Project Management Implementation People Mastery
B. Business Administration Credits Obtained - Current Studies
Introduction to Economics and Management 1A Introduction to Economics and Management 1B Introductory Financial Mathematics Mathematical Modelling 1 Economics 1 Business Management 1 Sustainability and Greed Commercial Law 1A Fundamentals of Communication Financial Accounting Principles, Concept
oMAINTENANCE CO-ORDINATOR: Shift - South32 – Hillside Aluminium Maintenance Department: North Paste Plant/ Anode Bake Furnace/ Rodding Shop/ Bath Plant & Anode Recycling/ Treatment and Logistics September 2013 – February 2019
oMAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - BHP Billiton – Hillside Aluminium Maintenance Department: North Bath Plant & Anode Recycling December 2012 - August 2013
oMAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - BHP Billiton – Hillside Aluminium Maintenance Department: South Casthouse July 2011 – November 2012
oMAINTENANCE CONTROLLER - Rio Tinto - Richards Bay Minerals Reliability & Maintenance Management Maintenance & Execution August 2002 – June 2011
oMAINTENANCE ARTISAN - Fitter and Turner Rio Tinto - Richards Bay Minerals Reliability & Maintenance Management Maintenance & Execution December 2000 – July 2002
oAPPRENTICE: Fitter & Turner - Rio Tinto - Richards Bay Minerals February 1998 – November 2000
oEDUCATOR: Mathematics - Stanger Manor Secondary School 1997 – January 1998
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - SOUTH32 Aluminium SA Hillside Smelter MAINTENANCE CO-ORDINATOR: CARBON
Paste Plants Anode Bake Furnaces Rodding Shop Bath Plant Carbon Recycling Gas Treatment Centers Fume Treatment Centers Pitch Plant Harbour & Logistics Laboratory Impoundment Dam Casthouse Mobile Workshop (September 2013 to present)
Co-ordinate, execute and manage breakdowns, unplanned and Adhoc tasks in designated areas of responsibility.
Supervise, co-ordinate and control the activities of a multi-disciplined maintenance team comprising of Millwrights, Electricians, Fitters, Boilermakers, Riggers and various specialist vendors. Maintain standards of performance, behaviours, and training and development. Provide guidance and leadership to enable my team to carry out tasks safely and professionally.
Maintain and control maintenance budget, reduce callouts of vendors and plant standby artisans by maximizing and optimising skills on shift.
Conduct Safety Audits on Breakdown and Adhoc tasks.
Implement Business Improvement Projects and Plant Modifications. Supervise and execute plant maintenance – preventative maintenance, corrective maintenance, breakdowns, shutdown maintenance, abnormal and adhoc tasks.
Supervise shuts on dayshift. Assist with shutdowns planning; liaise with the plant planning team about scoping, scheduling and resource allocation. Ensure all tasks are carried out in accordance to safety schedules and quality requirements and to ensure optimum job turnaround time.
Administer maintenance-related data, documentation and records. Assist the Reliability team with failure & root cause analysis of major breakdowns and repetitive breakdowns.
Identify and investigate aspects of Safety, Techniques, Practices, Tools, Equipment and Suppliers, that will lead to improvements in equipment availability, reliability, product quality and reduced costs.
Attend to breakdowns promptly to achieve optimal plant availability. Provide quality feedback after every shift. Maintain and improve safety, health and environmental standards and practices. Perform fair and reasonable tasks related to the job and working environment, at the discretion of my superior.
Driving business excellence by through Six Sigma initiatives and Business Improvement Projects as well as implementing Continuous Improvement Projects i.e. Cost Saving Improved Safety Projects.
Compile and develop Risk Assessments, Method Statements, Job Tasks Analysis, Safe Working Practices and Standard Work Procedures. Frequent review of Risk Assessments. Identify and assist Reliability with BOM updates. Practice good housekeeping to ensure a tidy and organised working and administrative environment that is conducive to high levels of team member morale, safety awareness, plant appearance and integrity and workshop practices.
Approve Notifications Follow up on Outstanding INF Notifications Purchase Requisition Approvals Unblock Service Entry Sheets Check daily scheduled tasks have been completed Review all open Immediate orders Review all open Urgent orders Check if team has Confirmed Works Orders at the end of Shift Review completed jobs and TECO Works Orders KPI Monitoring
Prepare list of available capacities for upcoming scheduling period Participate in prioritisation and scheduling meetings View Actual vs. Budget Expenditure
Create Notifications Create Rush Work Orders (PM03) Mark Orders for Rescheduling (Manage the Schedule) Time Confirmations and History Feedback for Contractors and Operations Creation of Direct Purchase Requisitions
CURRENT AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Plants 1 & 2 Crushers Vibro Compactors Buss Mixers Preheating Screws Bagfilter Systems Ball Mills Substations
Treatment and Logistics:
Harbour Silos Pitch Plant Koch Conveyor Belts Gas Treatment Centres Fume Treatment Centres Laboratory Impoundment Dam
Ladle Tilting Vehicles Ladle Transport Vehicles Anode Transporting Vehicles Forklifts Bath and Alumina Tankers Furnace Tendering Vehicles Tractors Trailers
PREVIOUS AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
14 Furnaces (Sasol Gas and Diesel Burners) Water Cooling Plants Dross Cooling Plant Weighbridge Station Furnace Hydraulic Room Substations Pressure Reducing Stations (Sasol Gas and LP Gas)
Bath & Carbon Recycling Plants: Bath Conveyors Cooling Area Recycling Plant Baghouses Substations Autogenous Mill Substations Crushers
PREVIOUS RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES – RIO TINTO RICHARDS BAY MINERALS CONTROLLER: MAINTENANCE
Supervising, Co-ordinating and controlling the activities of a multi-discipline Shutdown Maintenance team. Maintaining standards of performance, behaviours, the training and development of team comprising of 20 Fitters, 4 Boilermakers, 4 Riggers and 36 Mechanical Servicemen.
The Implementation of Innovations and Continuous Improvement Projects and Plant Modifications Planning, Supervising and Executing Plant Maintenance – Preventative Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, Breakdowns, Shutdown Maintenance. Abnormal and Adhoc Tasks.
Planning shutdowns, liaising with the Plant Planning teams about Assessing, Scheduling and Resource allocations. Ensuring all tasks are carried out in accordance to safety schedules and quality requirements and to ensure optimum job turnaround time.
Administering all maintenance-related data, documentation and records. Assisting with failure root cause analysis and accident/ incident investigations.
Identifying and investigating aspects such as safety, techniques, practices, parts, tools, equipment, suppliers, etc that will lead to improvements in equipment availability, reliability, product quality and reduced costs.
Providing quality feedback on completed tasks on the Shutdowns and timelines of Projects.
Maintaining and improving safety, health and environmental standards and practices. Performing fair and reasonable tasks related to the job and working environment, at the discretion of my superior.
Driving business excellence through Continuous Improvement Projects. Implementing Continuous Improvement Projects i.e. Cost Saving Improved Safety Projects. Pro-actively seeking ways of improving equipment reliability and planned maintenance.
Compiling and Developing Risk Assessments, Job Tasks Analysis, Safe Working Practices and Standard Work Procedures. Developing and maintaining safe operational and engineering standards, and continuously reviewing specifications and schedules
Practicing good housekeeping to ensure a tidy and organised working and administrative environment that is conducive to high levels of team member morale, safety awareness, plant appearance and integrity and workshop practices.
PREVIOUS PLANT EXPERIENCE RICHARDS BAY MINERALS
SURFACE MINING PLANTS: MPA MPB MPC MPD MPE Dredgers Concentrators Pump Stations
MINERAL SEPARATION PLANTS: Feed Preparation A, B, C Dry Mills 1 & 2 Zircon Treatment
CHARGE PREPARATION PLANTS: Roaster 1 Roaster 2 Char Plant
SMELTING PLANTS: Electrode Furnaces CO Gas Plant Clarifiers Cooling Water Plant
SLAG & IRON PLANT: Slag Milling Slag Regrind Fluid Bed Classifier Silos Iron Injection Pig Casting Machines
COMPRESSOR HOUSE/ POTABLE WATER AND SEWAGE PLANTS: Atlas Copco Compressors Treatment and Filtration
COURSES AND TRAINING COMPLETED
Train the Trainer Facilitation Personal and Interpersonal Leadership OSH ACT
Project Management Maintenance Planning 1 SAP (BHP Billiton – Hillside Aluminium)
6 Sigma Training (Yellow Belt) Reliability Centred Maintenance Root Cause Analysis Condition based/ Predictive Maintenance - CBM (vibration, tribology, infrared, ultrasonic)
Zero Harm / Incident Process ICAM: Incident Cause Analysis Method MMDP: Middle Management Development Programme Conflict Management Situational Leadership Problem Solving Business Finance Business Literacy Safety for Supervisors Safety Observation and Coaching Risk Management Legal Liability Codes of Practice Confined Space Entry Working at Heights First Aid Training Lockout Training Electrical Multi-skilling Mission-Directed Work Teams – Mini businesses Effective Supervision 2.9.2 Training: Roles & Responsibilities Defensive Driving Employment Equity Basic Lube Training Environmental Awareness Employee Relations Training: Supervisory Basic Fire Training Electrical Hazards Training Accident Investigation Occupational Hygiene and Awareness Laser Alignment Hydraulic Maintenance & Fault-finding Safety Representative Training
Mr Vijay Kumawat Superintendent: Maintenance – Shift South32 035-***-****
Mr Kish Manilal Superintendent: Maintenance – Paste Plants South32 (BHP Billiton)
Mr Markis Naraidu Superintendent: Maintenance – Treatment BHP Billiton
Mr Vas Munien Superintendent: Maintenance – Casthouse BHP Billiton
081*******-*** 272 4240 firstname.lastname@example.org