Briefly experienced with environmental supervision. Proficient in welding. Previous environmental work experience, printing press experience, distillery experience: warehouse loading and unloading of barrels; distillery bottling, labeling and packaging, extensive automotive frame production: welding, stacking frames, loading parts and sorting of parts.
Hand tool/power tool inclined
Hands on and vocal learner
Take directions very well
Minimum blueprint knowledge
Slight computer knowledge
I was responsible for managing the work crew to ensure they were following EPA & OSHA regulations, maintaining adequate hydration at all times for the crew, enforcing all codes and regulations for each job site, responsible for construction of decontamination rooms before work on the site began (where applicable), frequently updating the project manager of the progress of the job and if any complications have arose to halt the jobs finish date.
I also worked for Chase as as a mold removal worker and hazmat clean up. IE: mercury spill clean up and meth lab clean ups.
I was responsible for cutting, splitting, loading, and delivering firewood. I delivered to most surrounding areas of Magnolia, usually within a 30 mile radius.
Responsible for removing paper being fed from the press assembly and stacking it in a designated order according to current rules. During "change overs" i was also required to set up my stacking machine along with an additional stacker if the line was running two individual pages per stacker. At the end of the job I had to put a lld on what was stacked then wrap it with plastic wrap and place a bar code in a highly visible location.
Brief experience in the bottling plant before being moved to the distillery warehouses. We as a group of two would entire the row of barrels and remove them for the workers outside the row to remove, or we had to load full barrels up to the row it was designated to age at, and we would maneuver the barrel with a pry bar to keep the barrel running straight and to prevent it from falling onto the barrels below.
In the time i was at Metalsa I had experience doing a little bit of it all. A few of the things my job required were: Logistics - to make sure that we had the proper amount of parts the lines need to keep running, fairly skilled in welding in any condition or position, on occasions I would load parts and stack parts when needed and for a majority of my time I was primarily the operator of what is called the "D-Stacker."
The D-stacker is the final process of the line for the frames to be prepared for shipment. It was highly physical and very fast paced. We were required to pull a frame roughly every 35 - 55 seconds depending on the lines frame output: That is including almost no idle time.
Completed my high school education in 2016. Allowing me ample time to find a great field of careers to suit me.
Previously a licensed asbestos abatement supervisor for 5 states including Kentucky.
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