International Paper Material Handler in CHARLOTTE RECYCLING, North Carolina
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Material Handler 2
To perform routine material handling for material processing in the facility
Umbrella responsibilities of all employees:
Assist and support implementation of EHS initiatives and strategies to reduce risk including but not limited to the areas of: OSHA, ergonomics, injury / illness reduction, hazard communication, environmental, emergency preparedness, and general employee safety
Supports LIFE areas, Safety Leading Indicators and Global Program Elements
Ensures a clean and safe work environment
Adhering to Plant policies and guidelines
Working safely and looking out for the safety of those around them
Following Safe Reliable Methods (SRMs) or Job Safety Analyses (JSAs)
Maintaining a safe and clean work environment according to plant housekeeping standards
Attending and participating in Plant safety meetings.
Managing controllable costs through proper equipment, tool and consumable usage
Reporting any safety or maintenance concerns
Complete daily pre-start forklift maintenance inspection report (or VCR)
Assist with sorting, deboxing and moving pallets/materials on the plant floor
Load and unload trailers
Complete load sheet to accurately record bale count, loading start/stop times for finished goods on outbound shipments
Complete and submit load sheet at completion of shipment
Follow proper trailer loading and unloading lock-out/tag-out procedure
Understand and follow load pattern according to trailer, railcar, bale size and weight variables
Assist with removing finished bales and storing in proper location
Complete daily weekly monthly PMs for all certified mobile equipment
Other duties as assigned
Personal Protective Equipment
- Gloves, approved safety glasses, ear plugs, safety vest, steel toed shoes, hard hat.
Equipment Operated and Monitored
Information collected and exchanged
Communicate to dispatch when trailers are completely loaded and/or unloaded including trailer number, door number.
Communicate with floor lead – maintenance issues, downtime, production issues, unacceptable or non-conforming loads, poor bale quality, errors on supplier tickets versus actual receipts any other issues with material being handled.
- Forklift training (Must be signed off by Lead or management personnel.)
The above job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed. The employee is expected to perform other duties necessary for the effective operation of the Plant.
International Paper is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans.
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