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Provided routine transport for patients from home to hospital and return.
Attended public gatherings, such as large sports events, where accidents or other health
emergencies may occur.
Responded to medical emergencies and accidents which can require the administration of advanced life support skills.
Lifted and placed patients on stretchers, loaded the stretchers into ambulances and transported patients to hospital as quickly as possible.
Operated sirens and warning lights.
Prepared written reports on the state of patients' injuries and the treatment provided.
Insured that ambulances are left clean, that medical supplies are adequate and that equipment is in good working order.
Able to think clearly and act quickly.
Able to handle stressful situations.
Possess good written and verbal communication skills.
Examined plans or obtained instructions from supervisors and selected or changed attachments to the backhoe to suit the job at hand.
Operated the backhoe, and raised or lowered outriggers, buckets (containers) or whichever attachment is being used.
Broke up paving, rock and similar material by operating pneumatic breakers or rock breakers.
Back-filled holes with rock and earth, using front-end loader buckets to push, scrape-up and dump material.
Serviced equipment by cleaning, lubricating and refueling it, and made minor adjustments and
repairs when necessary.
Drove machines to and from work sites.
Maintained duty of care for other users and worked to meet occupational health and safety
Prepared the bulldozer for operation by connecting belts, hydraulic hoses, mechanical linkages or
Operated equipment to move or push soil, rock, trees or other materials by raising, lowering or
tilting blades to raise or lower the level of the soil.
Operated special attachments such as winches, scrub clearers or loading scoops for particular
Carried out basic maintenance, adjustments and repairs to equipment.
Worked to occupational health and safety requirements.
Drove vehicles, stopped at specified stops, opened and shut doors and kept to a schedule.
Controlled lighting, heating and ventilation, radio/cassette and video player.
Took money for fares, gave change and issued tickets.
Oversaw the operations of automated electronic ticket machines.
Performed pre-start and en-route vehicle checks.
Maintained and cleaned the interior and exterior of vehicles.
Assisted passengers with baggage as well as assisting them on and off vehicles.
Performed public relations activities such as providing tourist information or assisting with
Controlled difficult passengers.
Operated a two-way radio system or mobile phone.
Pick up and deliver freight.
Courteous and helpful when dealing with the public.
Hired Car Drivers/Chauffeurs
Received bookings or checked a daily roster at their work base.
Picked up passengers at designated locations.
Transported passengers to desired destinations.
Assisted passengers with the handling of luggage.
Conducted full-day or half-day sightseeing tours.
Carried out routine car maintenance and cleaned and polished cars.
Arranged regular vehicle maintenance.
High level of driving skill
Possess a good knowledge of the region.
Willing to work long or irregular hours.
Drove the vehicle to position for loading or unloading.
Assisted with loading or unloading to ensure goods are correctly stored.
Checked loading documents.
Planned the shortest delivery route and drove the vehicle to the destination.
Used a two-way radio, and possibly also data screens in some vehicles, to keep in contact with
the depot or base.
Arranged unloading and obtained a receipt for goods delivered.
Handled cash and gave correct change to customers.
Reported vehicle maintenance needs.
Possess a thorough knowledge of city and suburban streets.
Loaded and unloaded the excavating equipment from low loaders, and maneuvered it around
work sites, controlling it during excavation operations, and communicating with other workers
such as truck drivers to coordinate activities.
Operated equipment and excavated earth, rock or rubble, working from drawings and markers,
and under the direction of supervisors and engineers.
Selected and changed excavator attachments such as shovel blades, buckets, pile drivers and rock
breaking hammers, depending on the type of work being done.
Serviced equipment by cleaning, lubricating and refueling it, adjusting brakes, belts and cables
and replacing blades, bolts, cables, cutting edges, sheer pins and teeth.
Maintained duty of care for other users and worked to occupational health and safety
Lifted, stacked and unstacked articles and materials using trucks equipped with fork attachments
which are operated hydraulically.
Moved raw materials and finished goods to processing or dispatch areas of factories.
Ensured goods are stored in the correct area of a warehouse so they may be located easily
when making up orders.
Loaded transport vehicles, ensuring loads are evenly and securely placed.
Serviced and made minor adjustments to the forklift; and kept a record of daily operations.
Drove moving trucks or vans to collect items to be moved.
Packed small items into cartons, wrapped breakable items and placed padding to provide added
Sealed and marked containers.
Loaded trucks using straps to secure loads and to prevent damage and breakages.
Drove vehicles to destination and unloaded cargo.
Checked items against inventory, noting breakages and damage.
Collected payment and issued receipts.
Loaded goods into and out of storage.
Possess a patient and methodical approach to the work.
Leveled surface soil, gravel, stone or other material by making repeated passes over working
areas and observing surveyors' pegs or hand signals from other workers.
Dug out ditches by tipping blades on angles and driving graders parallel to ditches.
Broke up old paving or road beds with attachments.
Controlled roller and water-cart operators.
Serviced equipment by cleaning, lubricating and refueling it, and making minor adjustments and
repairs when necessary; and maintained duty of care for other users and worked to occupational
health and safety requirements.
Able to follow instructions precisely.
Inspected trains before each run, reporting major defects and carrying out minor adjustments on
Kept to timetables, insuring safety regulations were followed.
Observed and obeyed signals along the track.
Operated controls, monitored gauges, and conformed to prescribed vehicle speeds.
Stopped at stations to pick up and drop off passengers, luggage and freight.
Refueled locomotives, checked oil, water and sand and filled as necessary.
Able to concentrate and stay alert for long periods
Responded to calls via two-way radio or check rosters for details of bookings, street hails or taxi
Picked up passengers and drove them to their destinations, using the quickest practical route,
unless otherwise directed.
Carried out routine car maintenance and cleaned and polished cars.
Arranged regular repairs and general maintenance of vehicles.
Received money for fares and gave change.
Received credit payments for fares, such as cab charge, bank card, visa card, etc.
Gave passengers reasonable assistance to enter and leave the taxi and to load and unload
Assisted aged, frail and disabled passengers and children to secure seat belts.
Drove multi-purpose vehicles equipped to transport people with disabilities.
Kept accurate records of driver shifts, income and expenses.
Supervised and coordinated the work of other drivers.
Able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people and deal with difficult
Tow Truck Drivers
Responded to calls from customers or dispatchers, and to radio calls from the company to go to
an accident to see if any car needs towing.
Attached chains and a support bar under one end of a car or vehicle that needs towing.
Operated levers for a motor-powered winch on the back of the tow truck, to lift one pair of
wheels off the ground so that the car or vehicle can be towed easily without steering.
Have the appropriate driver's license.
Checked brakes, oil, tires and electrical systems.
Loaded goods, some packaged in containers, onto the truck either by hand, or by using a forklift,
or other lifting equipment.
Ensured that the load is correctly placed and secured it by using ropes and chains to avoid
damage to the truck or goods.
Covered the load with tarps.
Verified delivery documents.
Transported goods to their destination.
Maintained a logbook with details of trips, including rest breaks on long trips.
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