Hardworking Operator adept at tending, controlling and operating power-driven, stationary and portable pumps and manifold systems.
Highlights Materials handling training Tank levels knowledge Operation records maintenance Able to lift up to 50 pounds Safety-oriented Efficient Self-motivated communication skills (both verbal and Safety inspections written) able to work rotating 12 hours shifts, including holidays with overtime as required
Accomplishments Earned forklift operator training certificate.
Materials handling training
Operation records maintenance
Tank levels knowledge
Works well independently
Able to lift up to 50 pounds
Earned forklift operator training certificate.Documentation
Reported and documented unsafe conditions, equipment and/or injury.
Performed routine maintenance on equipment on as-needed basis.
Restocked and organized items as necessary and as directed.
Mill OperatorApr 2014 to Oct 2014 Solvay Specialty polymers － New Castle, DE
Completed housekeeping and maintenance duties in the production area.Inspected plastic panels for proper part identification.Maintained correct temperature, levels and pressures on process systems and equipment.Recorded all operating data on daily work sheet from laboratory analysis and flow metering equipment.Communicated effectively with operators and supervisors on a technical level.Maintained current knowledge about the latest operating and maintenance practices with continuing education courses..
Washload operatorApr 2012 to Apr 2013 Braskem － Marcus Hook, PA
load and monitor Terminal Railcars . Reports to the Facility Shift
Supervisor. Keeps shift team informed and
communicates deviations from the plan.Operated manufacturing equipment to
maximize product throughput and
minimize downtime.Completed housekeeping and maintenance duties in the
production area.Prepared slitting
documents, core-tags, box labels and quality documents and training
documents without immediate
supervision.Informed relief shift and superiors about machine production
and status, material processes, department
needs and any problems.Met production goals through timely changeover
Monitored process and work station
information to guarantee accuracy and conformance to company
standards.Entered data into manufacturing batch
records and opened problem notifications when required.Set up work
stations and changed over injection molds.
pipeliner/Dock Operator/ 2nd Operator/Lead operatorApr 2001 to Dec 2011 Sunoco Logistics － Aston, PA
Record, review, and compile operations records, test results, and gauge
readings such as temperatures, pressures,
concentrations, and flows.
Start and shut down plant equipment.
Monitor equipment functioning, observe temperature, level, and flow
gauges, and perform regular unit checks, in order
to ensure that all equipment is operating as it should.
Clean, maintain, and repair equipment, using hand tools, or request that
repair and maintenance work be performed.
Monitor transportation and storage of flammable and other potentially
dangerous products to ensure that safety
guidelines are followed.
Start pumps and open valves or use automated equipment to regulate the
flow of oil in pipelines and into and out of tanks.
Verify that incoming and outgoing products are moving through the correct
meters, and that meters are working
Patrol units to monitor the amount of oil in storage tanks, and to verify
that activities and operations are safe, efficient,
and in compliance with regulations.
Determine causes of abnormal pressure variances, and make corrective
recommendations, such as installation of pipes
to relieve overloading.
Conduct general housekeeping of units, including wiping up oil spills and
performing general cleaning duties.
Read and analyze specifications, schedules, logs, test results, and
laboratory recommendations to determine how to set
equipment controls to produce the required qualities and quantities of
Plan movement of products through lines to processing, storage, and
shipping units, utilizing knowledge of system
interconnections and capacities.
Read automatic gauges at specified intervals to determine the flow rate
of oil into or from tanks, and the amount of oil in
Signal other workers by telephone or radio to operate pumps, open and
close valves, and check temperatures.
Operate control panels to coordinate and regulate process variables such
as temperature and pressure, and to direct
product flow rate, according to process schedules.
Record and compile operating data, instrument readings, documentation,