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I.

II.

NAME OF COMPANY: AUSTAL PHILIPPINES


COMPANY PROFILE:
a. History
A word AUSTAL was came from the word Australia
Aluminum. In late 2011, Austal acquired a shipyard in
the Philippines to regionalise its manufacturing base for
commercial vessels. It started its operations on
February 2012 with about 21 employees. Austal
Philippines has two more sister company in the world.
One is located at Henderson, Australia and other one is
located at Alabama, USA. Today, Austal is a global
defence prime contractor and world leader in the
design & construction of customised aluminum defence
and commercial vessels.
b. Organizational Structure / Chart
Joselito B.
Turano
President and

General manager

Mark
Pleiter
Ships

Construction
Manager

Enrique
Alcalde III
Electrical
Manager

Frejan
Ilagan
Production
Manager

Enrique
Alcalde Jr.
Engineering
Manager

Charlotte
Pedregos
a & Lean
Quality

Sam
Stevens
Design

Manager

Manager

Marichel
Casado
Fit Out
Manager

Randolph
Alegrado
Financial
Controller

Ricia
Montejo

Supply Chain
Manager

Kristoben
Seredrica
Human Resource
Manager

Cris
Biglette
Fabrication
Manager

c. Nature of Business / Produced


Henderson, Australia - Aluminum Defence
Vessels
Alabama, USA - Aluminum Defence
Vessels
Cebu, Philippines - Aluminum Commercial
Vessels
d. Processed Involved
Design
Fabrication
Mechanical
Electrical
Fit outs

III.

DEPARTMENT / DIVISION ASSIGNMENT:


a. Description & Scope of Function / Duty / Responsibility
Engineering Department is the in charge of
mechanical works of the vessel such as pipings,
engine installations, shaft alignment, hot
ventilation and air conditioning, machining of
necessary parts, pressure testing, hydraulics and
the likes.
b. Organizational Structure / Chart

c. Specific Job / Duty as OJT Trainee


PUMPING OIL INTO THE ENGINE, GEAR BOX AND
GENERATOR
HAND TAPPING

DRILLING
PIPE BENDING
TORQUING
BASIC KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ENGINE INSTALLATION
BASIC KNOWLEDGE IN WELDING INSPECTION THEORY
IV. SUMMARY OF WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
V. COMPANY PROBLEMS:
a. As perceived by the company
Lacking of tools and equipments
Poor management
b. As perceived by the trainee
Too much scrap of materials
Corruption
Lazy workers
Favoritism / discrimination
c. Findings and Analysis
The top management dont have any experience in
the field of aluminum ship building
Since most of the top managements are all from
the same company, they prefer to hire their coworkers / friends and put them in higher position
even they dont qualify.
Workers will just tolerate their maana habit
because of the lack of supervision
Some of the workers are taking advantage of
d. Recommendations

VI. OJT TRAINEE CONCERNS


a. Things Learned During the OJT
b. Ways to improve the OJT Program
VII. OVER-ALL COMMENTS, SUGGESTIONS, AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
VIII. APPENDIX
a. Pictorials
b. Other Documentations

CEBU INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY


UNIVERSITY
Cebu City

Mechanical Engineering Department

OJT TRAINING ACCOMPLISHMENT


REPORT
AUSTAL PHILIPPINES
April 20, 2015 May 29, 2015

SUBMITTED TO:
ENGR. RODULFO NAVARRO

SUBMITTED BY:
KENNETH BLEN N. RAPAL
BSME - 5