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Index of Oil Works & Refinery Staff

  • Acid Attendant
  • Acid Blower
  • Acid Recovery Worker
  • Alkyl Aryl Operator
  • Blacksmith's Labourer
  • Boilermaker
  • Breaker
  • Breakerman
  • Catcher
  • Candlemaker
  • Chain Runner
  • Chainer
  • Chainman
  • Charger
  • Cleaner (Coking Stills)
  • Cleaner (Cracking Plant)
  • Cleaner (Wax Departments)
  • Clipper
  • Compressorman
  • Coolerman
  • Diesel Filtration Labourer
  • Diesel Filtration Operator
  • Dipper (Wax Extraction)
  • Drawer (Retorts)
  • Drierman
  • Dropper
  • Engine Keeper
  • Engineman
  • Evaporator (Sulphate of Ammonia Plant)
  • Greaser
  • Gulletman
  • Hammersman
  • Haulage Engineman
  • Haulage Engine Attendant
  • Hutch Repairer
  • Labourer (Blacksmith's)
  • Labourer (Cooperage)
  • Labourer (Oil Works / Refinery)
  • Labourer (Sulphate of Ammonia Plant)
  • Night Watchman
  • Oiler
  • Plate Repairer
  • Platelayer
  • Power Station Attendant
  • Pressure Man
  • Retort Charger
  • Retort Drawer
  • Retort Worker
  • Retortman
  • Runner
  • Scale Treatment Operator
  • Separator Attendant
  • Shale Breakerman
  • Snibbler
  • Still Foreman (Sulphate of Ammonia Plant)
  • Still Headman (Sulphate of Ammonia Plant)
  • Stillman (Sulphate of Ammonia Plant)
  • Striker
  • Sulphate House Worker
  • Surfaceman (Platelayer)
  • Tank Filler
  • Tip Attendant
  • Tip Head Man
  • Tip Labourer
  • Tip Man
  • Tip Roadsman
  • Tipper
  • Watchman
  • Wax Filtration Plant Operator
  • Wax Loader
  • Wax Packer
  • Wax Sweating Plant Operator
  • Wax Treatment Operator
  • Works Manager
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