Cooperative Forklift Operator with 8 years of experience. lifting and carrying heavy loads using warehouse equipment. problem-solver with strong ethics, integrity and relationship-building abilities. Hardworking and observant, promote team productivity. Basic eglish and spanish skills used to communicate with bilingual individuals in professional daily activities.
First thing I do at the begging of my shift is to assess the equipment, I would inspect the forklift to see if there's any damage, leaks or anything that could be potentially dangerous to me. Soon as I finish I will inspect my aisle after checking the equipment to see which parts needed to be stocked first. Once I assess my aisle, I would get on the forklift and start to bring down parts that i need from the over flow to stock, i then scan parts and stock into the location. Then the route pullers can pull there parts and send there orders to GM in a timely manner, at the same time while I'm stocking if I receive any shipment that has been unloaded to my end caps I would write on a piece of paper the last four digits of the part number, tape onto the pallet and find empty area in overflow once i find a place to up, i scan the pallet to the location. If needed I would get back on the forklift multiple times to bring down the product from the Overflow to stock. before the end of the shift I will also assess the aisle to make sure that all of the locations are above or least at the minimum as required, check my end caps to see if they are empty well as to put up hard plastic pallets in there designated area and then transport wooden pallets to the shipping area and load them in trucks. The last thing is home duty's make sure trash has been thrown and my isle has been swept to leave it clean for my counter part.. The route puller side was to inspect the tugger and the hats making sure that everything is fine nothing damage, leaks or anything harmful to my self as well as to check battery making sure it has a charge, inspect my area for any trash, empty totes, or cardboard especially check out my scanner to make sure my second shift counterpart did not leave me anything if so I would notify him to pick up after himself and make sure he pulls his last order so that way I can start my day. Once I make sure everything is cleaned, I would log in system through my scanner to see what parts needed to be pulled on my route, once I scan the part in I will hear two different beeps, one is to let me know that it has cleared and the other is to let me know that it's the wrong part. the screen would turn green if it was the correct part or would turn red if it was the wrong part, the scanner would not let you make any mistakes when pulling the order. i would have to keep looking at my scanner to see what parts are needed to be pulled on my route, scan the parts that's show up on the screen As I'm pulling the order I would cut the tops off the boxes as required and load them onto the hats. Once the order is complete the screen will turn green to notify me the order is done. then I would transfer the order to the shipping side of the building let the the fork left Operator unload the hats with the orders and load them back up with empty hats. if they had any card board or totes that GM had sent back I would go to the tote area and unload the card bored and totes, head back to my isle and wait for the next order or start on the next order if it has already came out. By the end of the shift I would have to make sure all of my orders have been completed as well as to clean up my area and not leave any trash for the next shift.
The client will contact us to make an appointment for us to come over to the location, get measurements of the windows. Then place the order to the warehouse where the make them. The warehouse would contact us to notify us the windows are finished we will then notify the client that their windows are done, make an appointment to see when is the best time for us to come over and install . will go the warehouse to pick and load them to the trailer and make our way to the clients house.
Once we get there we'll get everything ready, will lay out the tarps get our tools and start to take out the old windows by cutting the glass or using a torch to take out the old glass once all of the glass has been taken off we will then proceed to take out the frame that is left once the frame is completely out we then clean around the area and install the new window first to make sure it's completely level once leveled drill in the screws from the inside once the window is secure the last thing is to silicone around the inside and out of the window making sure it has a nice seal around the window then clean the glass and the area around then proceed to move on to the next window until all are complete. Once finished we will pick up after ourselves, picking up all the trash and metal, load onto the trailer making sure everything we picked up after ourselves leaving it clean.
First thing at the beginning of the shift, to assess my area. Having a sweep inside a ventilated room making sure I sweep all of the old sand into the vents on the floor to be recycled and reused to sandblast parts. Check out the orders and see what's needed to be done first. I would make sure there is enough pressure in the hose so that I get a rough surface. Once I'm ready to start sandblasting I will suit up in a white bodysuit making sure I tape my ankles and tape the gloves to the sleeves making sure there is no sand entering my suit I will then proceed to check my helmet to make sure I have a clear view if possible replace the screen so that I can see clear, as well as to make sure there's fresh air being pumped into my helmet. Once everything is checked I will proceed to go into the room and blast the area of the item ranging from small parts to large parts for offshore oil rigs and navy ships. If needed more fresh sand i would open new bags and pour into the vents to make sure that the surface is blasted rite so the paint can grab on and stick to, if not done proper the paint well not stick and will start to peel. Once I am done sandblasting the part I will then notify the painters to pick up the part so that they can proceed to do their job. At the end of the shift once everything is done I'll sweep my area making sure it's clean for my counterpart. Take off all the equipment I had on, checking my helmet making sure there's no damage anywhere near or around it. Whatever parts I did not finish I would put aside for the next shift.
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