-inspect On a Routine Basis Electrical Equipment, Wiring, Fixtures and other Components to Ensure They Remain Functional and are Up to Code, as Well as to Identify Any Hazards or Issues.
-0determine the Reasons for Any Malfunctions of Systems or Components, and Create a Maintenance or Repair Plan to Solve the Problem.
-repair Electrical Systems, Wiring, Circuit Breakers, Equipment and other Components So that They Remains At Full Functioning Capacity.
-test Systems with Devices such as Voltmeters, Oscilloscopes and Ohmmeters to Ensure the System Remains Safe and that Components are Compatible.
- Review Blueprints to Understand the Placement of Wiring or to Comprehend the Working of the Equipment to Provide the Right Service and Repairs.
- Provide Suggestions On the Lifespan of Equipment and other Electrical Components, Advising When Certain Components Should Be Replaced Due to Potential Risks.
- Keep Records of all Maintenance and Repair Work Conducted, Including a Record of Any Supplies Ordered and Used.
-ensure all Routine Maintenance Work is Handled On a Regular Schedule to Reduce the Risk of Larger and More Complex Issues and to Reduce Costs.
|6 - 7 Years
|Manufacturing / Production / Quality
|Electrical Maintenance Engineering electrical engineering
|T RENU KUMARI
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