Machine Operator

Company Name:
Remedy Intelligent Staffing
Safety of the workforce is a primary responsibility of the position. Employee should be familiar with company safety procedures as well as the general safety inspection procedure
Report to bagging station 5 to 10 minutes before the change of shift to converse with the off-going bagger and to inspect the work area for cleanliness
Follow all safety rules and wear proper personal protective equipment
Make up totes and covers needed for shift
Check posted schedule to verify compound and lot number and labels are correct
Make sure totes and liners are clean and free of contamination before they are filled
Verify that hopper is empty and skid/tote and liner are on scale with tote cover upside down prior to startup. Do not open hopper until supervisor or leadman has checked for contamination
Install clean drum with liner under reject hose
Set automatic scale with correct tote weight from bagging sheet
Watch video monitor for rejects and go up to platform and remove rejects if necessary. Notify supervisor if problem with rejects continue
Use auto sampler and extrusion bags for QC department
Take retain bag from each tote and properly fill out PMT tickets
Remove tote from scale with fork truck when tote is full. Visually inspect pellets for pellet cut and contamination prior to strapping up tote. Pay extra attention to the last of the run
Ensure that line has ample supply of totes, skid liners and covers
Label and send reject barrel upstairs to be reworked when last tote goes on scale
During cleanup/production change over, bagger is responsible for cleaning: shaker, clamps, pipes, magent and shaker platform. Also drill shaker pipes if supervisor deems necessary

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