Cleans up during downtime
1) Make sure all trip hazards are picked up before operating.
2) Check roll cases to make sure they are clear of debris.
3) Monitor cants and flitches at the Type-D to make sure they are going to the correct roll cases and that tipples are working correctly.
4) Monitor machine center quality and alert proper personnel.
5) Communicate with EDC operator if cants or flitches hang up.
6) Assist Newnes, Horizontal, Board Edger operators in fixing crossups.
7) Work in a safe manner following all LOTO procedures and always using the STUD process.
1) Wrap, tag, and end seal units of lumber.
2) Identify and indicate species of wood on paper wrap.
3) Use air and manual staplers to attach paper wrap.
4) Communicate with lift operators to remove and fix bad units.
5) Use air sprayer to apply end wax
Perform additional duties as assigned by supervisor for production or cross-training purposes.
Perform cleanup duties as down-time allows.
Working Environment: (1) Inside 100% average temperature 70 degrees F (2) Outside 0%; extreme low temperature 10 degrees F, extreme high temperature 115 degrees F. Noise or vibration: Machine noise to include machine being operated as well as other machines close by including Forklifts. Hazards: See Job Hazard Analysis. (3) Atmospheric conditions: Fumes: Wood, Dust: Limited, Mist: Water, Odors: Wood particle, Gasses: None, Poor Ventilation: None
Personal Protective Equipment Required: (1) Eye Protection. (2) Hearing Protection. (3) Rubber or Leather based gloves when handling dry veneer. (4) Approved Footwear.
Physical Demands: See the attached Job/Task Evaluation and Physical Capabilities portion; Lay Up Flex is required to perform a combination of standing, walking, climbing stairs at elevated lay-up line. Worker will bend, twist, squat, push/pull (back legs) using waist, shoulders, arms, hands, and wrists to manipulate sheets of veneer on line. Worker will have to visually identify defects and grades associated with veneer.
Skills: Must have excellent hand eye coordination. Use vision/hearing continuously. Reading and speech required to communicate comprehension of Job Hazard Analysis, machine specific lockout procedures, monthly safety training, etc. Worker generally works alone with little supervision. Operators must be self-directed in identifying and efficiently completing each task. Ability to prioritize, organize and make necessary decisions.
Safety: (1) Do only maintenance you are trained to do and keep all body parts out of machinery. (2) Always use our 14-step lockout/tagout procedure before doing any maintenance, clearing jams, or getting into machinery for any reason; be aware of stored energy. (3) Always use proper body mechanics (ex: do not over reach, get help as needed to push loads out). (4) Use proper PPE (gloves, eye protection, hearing protection). (5) Be aware of and communicate with your co-worker at all times (ex: forklift driver). (6) Will be required to read and write during safety training.
Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other status protected by law.