Drivers must comply with Company HSSE policies and procedures at all times.
Drives available fleet to transport goods and materials to customers.
Drivers are expected to travel long distances over several days to meet customer requirements.
Execute planned trip logistics and obtained necessary documents to transport goods.
Safely load products at supply point and off load products at customers.
Drivers need to present themselves respectfully and uphold Company policies, procedures and principles.
Follow all company and customer rules and regulations at load and discharge point.
Follow company Route Risk Assessments and Journey Plans.
Follow health and safety procedures for transporting hazardous goods
Perform pre-trip, en-route and post-trip inspection of vehicle using company vehicle checklist.
Complete trip log as required by company - start time, stop time, location, kilometres travelled and any observations during the trip.
Report all incidents, potential incidents, near misses, unsafe act and unsafe conditions
Followed all traffic regulations.
Report and document all vehicle defects on daily vehicle checklist.
Keep truck and associated equipment tidy and in good working condition.
Vehicle cabs must be free of loose objects.
Driver must ensure that all requirements required to transport hazardous goods is carried and renewed timeously. (Vehicle fire permit, MSDS, TREC Card, Bill of Loading, drivers license, PrDPdg Public Drivers Permit for dangerous goods, Hazchem training certificate, drivers medical certificate, first aid and fire-fighting certificate).
Driver must wear required PPE at all times while on duty.
International eagle manual trucks.
Be a South African citizen
Have a valid license
Have a valid DGP
5 years tanker experience in fuel