Trainee Multiblend Operator

Job Title: Trainee Multiblend Operator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cornwall
Salary: Dependent on Qualifications and Experience
Reference: REF-CORMUB
Contact Name: Dave Bridge
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 09, 2019 11:24

Job Description




The Multiblend Operator is part of the Services Team.

To carry out duties in a safe, effective manner, and to assist other personnel in all duties relating to the services offered by the business. Site Location : Cornwall

Main Responsibilities:

  1. To ensure that the company’s health and safety and environmental policies and procedures are effectively implemented, with due regard to the Company’s guidance manual(s) and safety targets.
  2. To report all near misses and accidents in line with the company procedures.
  3. To operate and maintain the Multiblend delivery vehicle when full training is achieved.
  4. To assist with shotfiring duties as required by the business, when full training is achieved - ensuring that company standards in health safety and legislation are maintained at all times.
  5. When full training is achieved - liaise with the Area Supervisor and or shot firers regarding planning and preparing areas of work, access to blast sites for personnel, multiblend trucks and drilling rigs.
  6. When full training is achieved - maintain all equipment issued from the company in an acceptable standard, particularly vehicles, ensuring all weekly and daily check sheets are completed and forwarded as required.
  7. Undertake, or assist in, as appropriate, the production of risk assessments and method statements. Maintain a continuous record of Safety 5 risk assessments. (training to be given)
  8. Attend company took box talks as and when required.
  9. To deal with magazine stocks if required
  10. To ensure that all work carried out conforms to the Quarries Regulations 1999. When full training is achieved
  11. To attend company meetings as and when required
  12. To undertake any other reasonable duties as requested by the EPC-UK Management Team.



  • LGV Licence – Class 1 preferred
  • Ability to work on own initiative or as part of a team.


(Advantageous but not essential as training will be given):

  • Telehandler Licence
  • ADR

To apply in the strictest confidence, please contact Julie Wootton, Head of Human Resources, EPC United Kingdom Plc, 1 Venture Crescent, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 7RA or via email

Closing Date:  30th August 2019