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Treater

Company Name:
Universal Forest Products
General Summary:
Treater is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of wood preserving equipment; ensures material is treated following specifications; handles and disposes hazardous materials according to policy.
, Requirements:
Tests wood fiver and solutions to meet specific treating requirements.
Transfer material into the treating cylinder (loading and unloading from the pad).
Provides general preventive maintenance on treating equipment.
Completes pre-shift/startup equipment checklist and reports any problems or concerns.
Prepares for treating daily schedule.
Ensures rough material is ready and available for treating.
Follows treating protocol and instructions as described by Company policy.
Maintains work area clean and organized
May assist others moving material, loading and unloading material to and from the tram
Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings.
Performs other duties as required.
, Job Description:
Knowledge
High school diploma
Minimum 3 months, preferred 6 months of experience in related areas
Demonstrate working knowledge of hazardous wage and hazardous material handling procedures and practices
Successfully complete State Licensing requirements
Successfully complete Forklift Driver licensing process
Skills and abilities
Ability to understand basic math and numbers
Ability to recognize size/quality of material for treating and correct problems
Demonstrates ability to follow specific instructions and directions
Ability to troubleshoot treating cylinder and chain deck issues
Possess mechanical aptitude
Ability to understand verbal and written instructions in English; ability read and write English
Ability to identify safety issues in their work area
Ability to work under immediate supervision
Ability to pass a drug test
Ability to work hours mandated by management
Conduct
Safety conscious
Team player and goal oriented
Leads by example
Participates in Safety and CI programs
Looks for ways to improve productivity and department results

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