Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers
Cement masons and concrete finishers in healthcare facilities may work on a variety of projects related to the construction and maintenance of concrete surfaces. Some possible roles for these professionals in healthcare settings could include:
Installing concrete floors: Cement masons and concrete finishers may work on installing concrete floors in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. They may be responsible for preparing the surface, pouring and finishing the concrete, and ensuring that the floor meets all safety and performance standards.
Repairing and maintaining concrete surfaces: Cement masons and concrete finishers may be responsible for repairing and maintaining concrete surfaces in healthcare facilities. This may include tasks such as filling in cracks, patching holes, and smoothing out rough surfaces.
Creating decorative concrete features: Cement masons and concrete finishers may work on creating decorative concrete features in healthcare facilities, such as countertops, sinks, and decorative walls. They may be responsible for creating custom designs and ensuring that the finished product meets all performance and safety standards.
Cement masons and concrete finishers in healthcare settings should have experience working with concrete and be familiar with the specific requirements and considerations involved in this material in healthcare environments. They should also have strong skills in construction and be able to work safely and efficiently.