Skilled worker with proven ability to perform variety of tasks, including maintenance, customer service, repair and special projects. Multitasks and works independently and within teams in fast-paced, high-volume environments. Flexible work and shift schedule. Skilled in operating basic hand tools. Excellent work performance and attendance record. Detail-oriented General Laborer with ability to learn new things and past experience in [Type] and [Type] construction. Diligent in performing various tasks accurately, including cleaning, transporting materials and maintaining [Type] equipment. [Area of certification] and [Area of certification] certified. Experienced general laborer with [Number] years of experience providing variety of construction-related tasks including cement mixing, framing, roofing and site clearing. Recognized consistently by supervisors for excellent safety record and attention to detail. General worker with experience performing variety of technical tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility. Maintains cleanliness of work area, counting materials, merchandise and supplies in stock. Experienced in training new employees on responsibilities and company work ethics. Background in general maintenance, light construction, repair and general custodial work.
The job duties of a general laborer vary. They may include cleaning and preparing a job site, loading and delivering materials, and using a variety of tools and machines such as blowtorches, forklifts, levels, lifts, power drills, grinders, saws, pressure washers, and water spraying equipment. Laborers set up and take down ladders, scaffolding, and other temporary structures. They help carpenters, masons, and other specialized contractors.
Fire watch personnel maintain surveillance of areas where hot work -- welding or cutting with torches -- has occurred. Welding and cutting both cause sparks and bits of molten metal to fly into the surrounding area. The fire watch maintains a lookout for small fires started by these sparks and bits of slag. Should a fire begin to develop or occur, they execute their primary duty of sounding the alarm and, if possible, attempt to control the fire.
The primary duty for personnel on both fire watch or hole watch is to sound the alarm in case of an emergency. Although the fire watch is watching for sparks after a welder or burner finishes cutting or welding metal, their primary duty is to give the alarm, so firefighters can be brought into play. Hole watchers aren't supposed to try and enter the confined space to perform a rescue; they sound the alarm so rescue professionals can attend to the matter.
Hole watch is part of the work associated with confined space work, such as work inside storage tanks or tight spaces between two bulkheads. The team member on hole watch maintains communication with the personnel in the confined space, or hole. In case of an emergency, the worker on hole watch maintains situational awareness and raises the alarm about the emergency. For example, if weather conditions deteriorate and pose a hazard, the worker on hole watch can advise personnel in the hole and assist them in leaving the confined space.
Hotel Front Desk Agent responsibilities include registering guests, managing reservations and providing information about rooms, rates and amenities. If you have a knack for customer service and work experience in the hotel industry, we'd like to meet you.
Perform all check-in and check-out tasks
Manage online and phone reservations
Inform customers about payment methods and verify their credit card data
Register guests collecting necessary information (like contact details and exact dates of their stay)
Welcome guests upon their arrival and assign rooms
Provide information about our hotel, available rooms, rates and amenities
Respond to clients' complaints in a timely and professional manner
Liaise with our housekeeping staff to ensure all rooms are clean, tidy and fully-furnished to accommodate guests' needs
Confirm group reservations and arrange personalized services for VIP customers and event attendees, like wedding guests
Upsell additional facilities and services, when appropriate
Maintain updated records of bookings and payments
In addition to basic duties, hotel housekeeping employees change sheets and make beds in the guest rooms. They keep the rooms stocked with clean cups, coffee supplies, towels and other bathroom items, such as shampoo. These staff members often must pass background checks because they have access to guests' private belongings, including cash and jewelry left in the rooms. In the laundry room, some housekeeping employees wash, dry and fold sheets and towels. Housekeeping staff often deliver additional items guests request, such as extra pillows or blankets.
CSTOP provides the most complete standardized, certifiable/verifiable, training for construction employees assigned to work in highly hazardous work areas. Federal and state safety regulations require owners to ensure that workers have safety training. Facility owners require that all construction employees assigned to work at their facilities have completed CSTOP safety training and have a current certification card. This will allow the owner to concentrate safety training resources on site-specific safety issues.
Fire Watch Certification
Our OSHA Fire Prevention course for Construction will train workers how to identify fire safety risks and take precautions to avoid fires in the workplace. These are some of the topics that you'll learn about in depth during our one-hour online course:
OSHA fire detection and protection requirements
Job site hazards
Emergency response plans
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