ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations
ILO-en-strap
ISCO Franšais | Espa˝ol | FAQs | Contact us 
 
Home page
Introduction to occupational classifications
 
ISCO-08
 
Structure, definitions and correspondence tables
 
 
Eurostat Discussion Forum
 
ISCO-88
 
Structure & Definitions
Alphabetical Index
 
ISCO-68
 
Major, Minor and Unit Groups
Publication
 
ISCO-58
 
Major, Minor and Unit Groups
Publication
 
Web Discussion
Join Web Discussion
 
Papers and articles
 
   
8231 RUBBER-PRODUCTS MACHINE OPERATORS
 


    Rubber-products machine operators operate and monitor machines which knead and blend rubber and rubber compounds, and produce various components and products, from natural and synthetic rubber, such as moulded footwear, domestic articles, insulating materials, industrial accessories, or tyres for bicycles, automobiles, tractors, aircraft and other vehicles.

    Tasks include -

    (a) operating and monitoring machines which knead, mix and blend rubber and rubber compounds for further processing;

    (b) operating and monitoring machines which produce sheets of rubber or rubberised fabric by a rolling process ;

    (c) operating and monitoring machines which extrude compounded rubber or shape vulcanised rubber by moulding

    (d) operating and monitoring machines which build up tires on a form, vulcanise tires and mould or rebuild used tires;

    (e) performing related tasks;

    (f) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Machine-operator, extruding/rubber

  • Machine-operator, milling/rubber

  • Machine-operator, tyre production


   
^ top 

 Updated 19 September 2004, by VA.