Typically going to work at Kawasaki was more of a routine to pay bills for me. It was not my dream job or within the professional environment I had envisioned myself working in. I would always arrive early, however, and ready to start my day. Kawasaki, like most warehouses, have strict safety policies. Due to their safety concerns Kawasaki required all of their employees to participate in morning routine stretches. I enjoyed these and believed they really did prevent a lot of 'on the job' injuries.
After stretches we would go to our assigned areas. My area was part of the production line for their fiberglass parts. After painting they would come to my area to be polished, sanded, and inspected. If the part was no good or too damaged to be fixed in my area they would be racked in a specific location and transported back to the line to be stripped of paint and re painted.
I was also required to keep track of parts coming, going, good or bad.