chargehand

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chargehand

(ˈtʃɑːdʒˌhænd)
n
Brit a workman whose grade of responsibility is just below that of a foreman
Translations

chargehand

[ˈtʃɑːdʒhænd] N (Brit) → capataz m
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Excluding the labourers, nobody gets formally appointed without my approval - not the chargehands, foremen, site engineers, construction managers, project managers, or HSE [health, safety, and environment] staff.
The training was carried out over 20 one-day sessions to help team leaders and chargehands from the factory floor develop their skills, boost motivation and improve performance.
However, their power is delegated to a deputy manager, works or department managers, foreman, chargehands, section leaders, and even the cleaners.
But thanks to its instant popularity, owner Colin Barr is in desperate need of bar managers, assistant managers, chargehands and chefs.
I was incredibly lucky because one of their chargehands was retiring and within two weeks I was in a job.
From the young girls on the customer service desk to the directors, the drivers, chargehands and warehousemen.
The dispute centres around demands by engineering workers for an increase to match a pounds 500-pounds 600 rise given to chargehands.
There is also a foreman who has chargehands, one each on backshift and dayshift, monitoring and overseeing all work underground.
Bosses wanted general workers to take on the duties of chargehands but they refused to do so without training.
Transport and distribution company Eddie Stobart is recruiting forklift truck drivers, warehouse operatives, chargehands, supervisors, warehouse managers and stock control clerks at its new depot at Crick.
For instance, the company's night chargehands, on the cleaning shift, use the Biotrace system for monitoring hygiene in high risk areas.
The procedure was that first-line supervision, chargehands and relevant stewards met weekly with shopfloor workers at "scrap" meetings.