Take inventory of all parts that are on the line in my designated work areas. I did this to make sure I am not bringing to many or not enough of the parts I need to the line. Then I would go to the worker in that area and ask. Hey is there anything I missed? Just want to make sure I didn't make no mistakes. When I did grab parts from the warehouse to bring to the lines, I used a scanner to keep track want I took, how much I took and were I took it to.
When I walked threw the door the first thing I got was my work orders from the shipping office. That basically told my what I was pulling for the customer, Arrival time, and what he was bringing to me to unload. I worked in shipping third shift by myself, The driver showed up Id have his order on the floor and staged, waiting on the driver. I always made sure parts were staged before the drivers arrival. Like to plan ahead, No point in rushing if you don't have to, mistakes are more likely to happed.
I am corrently working on:
Drivability and Electrical Diagnostic Specialist
Then will be moving to:
Undercar Maintenance Repair Specialist
Brakes and Suspension System Specialist
Electrical and Air Conditioning Diagnostic Specialist
Maintenance/Light Repair Specialist
Advance Technology Vehicle Specialist
Engine and Transmission Overhaul Specialist
Hybrid and Alternative Fuels
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