Liberia: Arcelormittal Liberia Graduates Eight Further Liberian Prepare Drivers


Buchanan — Eight Liberians have been licensed as Prepare Drivers (Locomotive Operators) by ArcelorMittal Liberia, after finishing greater than eighteen months of a global customary intensive coaching program. The brand new prepare drivers have been certificated on Wednesday, at a colourful ceremony held in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

These licensed represent the fourth batch of Liberians educated by ArcelorMittal Liberia as prepare drivers. They’re Charles Horace, Henry Johnson, Christopher Tokpah, and John Boimah. Others embrace Obediah Goffa, Timothy Duoe, Stephen Gaye, and Eric Siryon.

Initially employed by AML as prepare assistants, the eight graduates went via a set of studying aims the place they have been educated to turn out to be Locomotive Operators and have been assigned to skilled mentors who recurrently gave them assignments and supplied suggestions to assist improve their data and abilities.

Some programs coated throughout their coaching embrace Basis of Prepare Dealing with 1 and a couple of; Gradients; Hazardous Commodity Sorts; Iron Ore Wagons; Marshalling of Trains, Ideas of Secure Motion on Rail; Safety – Prepare Assistant and Prepare Driver; Security – Prepare Assistant and Prepare Driver; Shunting Duties; SI Items and Mass; Facet Dump Wagons; Velocity and Acceleration; Yard Layouts, and so forth.

The present batch of graduates brings to 24, the whole variety of Liberians which were educated by the corporate as skilled prepare drivers.

ArcelorMittal Liberia’s Chief Monetary Officer (CFO) and appearing Chief Govt Officer (CEO), Mahama Haidara congratulated the brand new batch of prepare operators and thanked the trainers and members of the staff who have been instrumental within the achievement of the good feat.