Trained to operate powered industrials
vehicles for transporting, loading, and unloading both raw material and
finished product in the bakery meal production process. Expected to carry out job tasks to assure
compliance with established procedures relative to quality, productivity and
standard operating instructions/procedures in the performance of all duties, including inspection and safe
operation of powered industrial vehicles, housekeeping, and inventory
- Operates powered industrial vehicles in all
- Regulates blending of materials as instructed
to ensure attainment of specified product consistency and moisture.
- Assists with inventory.
- Perform assigned housekeeping duties. Takes initiative to assist other workers to
maintain and ensure the orderliness and housekeeping of all areas of the plant.
trailers for unloading.
both bulk and palletized trailers.
- Acquires and maintains necessary
certifications (weigh master, fork lift, articulated loader, skid steer,
all work tasks in a manner consistent with the site’s Environmental Management
System Policy to include:
- Following all
established environmental policies and procedures;
- Reporting all
environmental issues immediately to their supervisor;
- Understanding the EMS
Policy and the Significant Aspects Related to their job; and,
- Understanding the
proper steps to follow in the event of an environmental emergency.
- Operates equipment in a safe manner so as to
protect the assets of the company and reduce risks to other workers.
personal safety as well as the safety of other workers by taking an active role
in the Smithfield Injury Prevention System (SIPS). This will include:
the need for and participating in all scheduled SIPS safety training and safety
related competency development activities.
feedback on SIPS training and competency needs as requested by the Safety
Manager or other members of management.
and conforming with the safety policy; safety related legal and other requirements;
and, site specific safety and health rules, regulations, standard operating
procedures and other operational controls as they relate to their job
unsafe conditions or observed SIPS non-conformances.
and executing required duties under the site’s emergency response and
reporting any work-related incident which results in, or which could have
resulted in, injury, illness, or property damage.
the location’s safety objectives that relate to their job responsibilities.
recommendations to management for continual improvement and injury prevention.
appropriate, volunteering and participating in SIPS activities.
other duties as defined by manager/shift