Supervisors are mostly positioned in the middle of workers and top management teams. So, a supervisor should have skills to be a bridge between those two sides.

If you feel ready to be a Supervisor and working for Goverment, you can read more details different working environments of this position.

Safety Supervisor

Safety Supervisor should be having responsibilities and skills below;

  • Day to day activities within a particular construction workplace.
  • Ensures that workers make use of necessary PPEs where and when necessary.
  • Ensures the availability of work permits.
  • Investigates accidents and tackle their causes.
  • Takes notes of workers safety concerns and immediately acts on them.
  • Having strong knowledge base of EHS requirements of multinational corporations.
  • Coordinating with client regarding potential safety risks and ensure necessary corrective actions.

Production Supervisor

You Can find the asnwers of the question "What Does A Production Supervisor Do?"

  • Sets daily or weekly or monthly objectives and communicate them to employees.
  • Oversees and coaches employees.
  • Ensures the safe use of the equipment and schedule regular maintenance.
  • Checks production output according to specifications.
  • Submits reports on performance and progress.
  • Identifies issues in efficiency and suggest improvements.
  • Trains new employees on how to safely use machinery and follow procedures.
  • Enforces strict safety guidelines and company standards.
  • Has developed communication skills.
  • Has self motivated with result driven approach.
  • Has problem solving skills.

Flying Medical Supervisor

A flying medical supervisor;

  • Plans of medical activities on the field.
  • Allocates of medical staff according to the needs.
  • Organizes a weekly medical debriefing with the different medical teams.
  • Collects, analyzes and sends the weekly data and reports based on the directives of the base manager and the medical clinics.
  • Ensures the highest quality of the medical services and activities in the field.
  • Through the continuous monitoring, auditing and on site supervision provide clinical services directly, in case of need, in any of clinics.
  • Collaborates with the medical coordinator, adapt and update all the medical protocols and procedures.
  • Manages tools according to the need.
  • Supervises pharmacy management and the data collection.
  • Dispens and plans activities.
  • Supervising, leading and controlling all the medical/paramedical and clinical activities base on organizational guidelines and strategies to ensure the delivery of quality medical support and medical care for beneficiaries.

Supervisors have many serious responsibilities. To be a supervisor, you should have some certain skills and courage to take those responsibilities.