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- Responsible for safe and accurate operation of various machines used to
produce end product.
- Fully knowledgeable in reading and note changes required on any shop
- Record information on pink shop copies showing material used and
- Any dimensions that have a 4 decimal tolerance must be recorded on
appropriate stamped area of drawings. Check dimensions of first and
last part plus every tenth part of production run.
- Responsible for daily maintenance of machines. At end of use, leave machines in a clean state.
- Follow all common safety practices and report any concerns to your
- If qualified in welding; follow safe procedures while wearing all safety
- Responsible for safe operation of all CNC machines and their daily
- Ability to read shop production drawings note any changes and report
- Any drawing dimensions that have a 4 decimal tolerance must be
recorded on appropriate stamped area of drawing.
- Record first and last part and every tenth part of production run.
- Create program and input into machine, as drawing requires.
- Report any concerns to shop foreman.
- Check all finished bores with plug gauge and hone to final size, if
- Keep work area neat and SAFE at all times.
- Responsible for all phases of assembly in a safe manner.
- Follow production drawings and “BLUE” bill of material copy, to
determine all inventory parts to be used and any special instructions.
- Record any changes directly onto “BLUE” bill of material and send to
- Loctite #242 to be used on all threaded bolts and screws.
- Torque all fasteners to proper settings as per torque chart in assembly
- Visually inspect product during assembly for any imperfections.
- Indicator check, all 428 + 429 spigots and face for runout and record
findings onto “SHOP COPY.”
Shipping & Receiving
- Responsible for all phases of shipping.
- Insure product is properly packaged for secure transport to customer.
- Insure weight is appropriate for handling.
- All wooden boxes to be steel strapped.
- Stretch wrap all skidded shipments.
- Make sure packages are addressed correctly and that “MADE IN
CANADA” is marked on all shipments.
- Record weight and quantity shipped on shop copy and send to plant office.
- Sign and date all “WAY BILLS” and keep one copy for our records.
- Responsible for all phases of receiving.
- Visually inspect goods and decide how best to safely unload product.
- Place our Receiving rubber stamp onto packaging slip.
- SHIPPER/RECEIVER to sign for accuracy as far as quantity, then have Foreman or Plant
Superintendent sign to accept into inventory.
- Make sure dock and stairs are clear and salted in weather requires.