Responsibilities of Designated Officers
RESPONSIBILITIES OF SECTION HEADS:

The major responsibilities of the various functionaries at the plant sites are given below, in addition to various other jobs assigned to them by their superiors time to time.

General Manager / Officer on Special Duty:

He is reporting to Executive Director (Operations), Heavy Water Board, Mumbai and is responsible for:

  • Safe & efficient operation of the plant by effective utilization of resources to fulfill the specified requirements.
  • Liaison with Central Office and other external agencies.
  • Controlling the activities of all the sections in the plant for smooth functioning to achieve the objectives.
  • Maintaining good industrial and public relations.
  • Fulfill all his obligations as occupier of the plant towards all statutes.
  • Financial Management, Inventory Management.
  • Appellate authority under Right to Information Act. Human Resources Management & Development and Vigilance Officer.
  • Chairman of the Value Engineering Committee.
Maintenance Manager
  • In the absence of General Manager/OSD, taking care of all his responsibilities in addition to his own responsibilities.
  • Assisting GM in implementing & maintaining all management systems.
  • Overall in-charge of Maintenance sections (Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation & Control, IT and Civil).
  • Day-to-day co-ordination of all the technical activities of the plant.
  • Analysis of plant performance, Quality Control
  • Planning for all the maintenance activities.
  • Co-ordination with all the maintenance sections.
  • Indigenization of plant equipment & spares.
  • Ensuring statutory requirements w.r.t equipment & machines.
  • Co-ordinating Budgeting and procurement.
  • Review and implementation of the recommendations of various audits / inspections / committees.
  • Investigation of Safety/Process Related Unusual Occurrences.
  • Chairman of the Tender Evaluation Committee.
Manager (S&E)/ Superintendent/ Senior Safety Engineer (Safety, Health & Environment):
  • Overall In-charge of Safety Section, Fire & Training ection.
  • Providing safety related training to employees and contract labourers.
  • Reviewing plant surveillance reports with respect to safety, operation and maintenance
  • of the plant.
  • Authorizing jobs against the Class-I permits.
  • Investigation of External agencies promoting safety.
  • Interaction with External agencies promoting safety.
  • Co-ordination of budgeting and procurement.
  • Compliance to the Factories Act and other applicable industrial Rules.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Engineer-In-Charge (Production)
  • Overall in-charge of production section for safe and efficient operation of the plant.
  • Ensuring that the product meets the specified requirements.
  • Safe and efficient operation of the plant and ensuring safety of the plant & personnel.
  • Planning of Shut Down jobs. Effective deployment of manpower.
  • Ensuring Pollution Control limits on effluents as stipulated by law.
  • Housekeeping in the plant & office.
  • Analysis and quality control activities.
  • Various Process R&D activities.
  • Co-ordinating with other sections for smooth operation and maintenance of the plant.
  • Monitoring and analysis of plant performance.
  • Co-ordinating budgeting and procurement. Procurement of operational inputs and chemicals.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his section.
Engineer-In-Charge (Electrical)
  • Overall in-charge of Electrical Section.
  • All the operation and maintenance activities of the electrical system connected with
    plant & housing colony.
  • Co-ordinating with State Electricity Board and CEA.
  • Calibration of master and listed instruments of electrical section.
  • Co-ordinating budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Engineer-In-Charge (Mechanical)
  • Overall In-Charge of Mechanical section and Auto Garage.
  • Maintenance & Upkeep of plant equipment, machinery
  • Ensuring Testing of equipment/vessels/lifting machines/ tools and tackles as per
  • statute.
  • Co-ordinating budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Engineer-In-Charge (Civil)
  • Overall In-Charge of civil maintenance of plant & colony building, roads, concrete tanks,
  • housing colony and horticulture activities.
  • Operation of drinking water and sanitary system.
  • Greenery development
  • Co-ordination of budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Officer-In-charge (Instrumentation)
  • Overall In-Charge of activities of Instrumentation Section.
  • Maintenance & Upkeep of Plant instrumentation, Telecommunication System and
  • Physical protection System.
  • Co-ordinating budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Medical Officer
  • Overall In-Charge of Medical Section.
  • Effective utilization of health service facilities.
  • Maintaining occupational health records.
  • Annual Medical Check up of Employees.
  • Coordinating with District health officials & Occupational Health Advisory Committee of AERB.
  • Matters connected with CHSS system.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Administrative Officer
  • Over-all in-charge of Administration Section, which includes activities like Personnel,
  • Administration, Estate Management, Industrial relations, Welfare, Official language
  • implementation and Security and Transport arrangements.
  • Co-ordination with Government authorities.
  • Providing advice to competent authority in Administrative matters.
  • Co-ordination of budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
Pay & Accounts Officer
  • Overall In-Charge of Accounts Section.
  • Authorizing payments including salary disbursement.
  • Co-ordination of budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.
  • Guiding competent authority in financial matters.
  • Scrutiny, Pre-Audit, Review of recommendation of indents and work orders
  • Sale of tenders, Opening of tenders, Negotiations etc.
  • Scrutinizing the purchase proposals and passing of purchase bills
Assistant Stores Officer
  • Overall in-charge of Purchase and Stores Activities.
  • Disposal of scraps and slow moving items.
  • Receipt, handling, storage and transport of product/stores.
  • Identification of all stored items.
  • Receipt, issue and handling of purchased materials.
  • Liaisoning with Regional Purchase Unit/DPS.
  • Co-ordination of budgeting and procurement.
  • Implementing and maintaining all Management System for his Section.

Last updated on: 04-Feb-2019