Operating Technician/Packaging and Filling Operator
Operating Technician (Former Employee), Albany, GA – August 24, 2014
Pros: free lunch
Cons: contract, no benefits
A typical day starts with an safety meeting at the beginning of each shift, then with a crew change with all the details from the previous shift and improvement need to be done on the line. We learned how to operate, do all change overs and maintain the line. According to your line all different sizes are ran on different lines but ran the same way, able to follow change over sheets, and record all data. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I've followed all guidelines, safety rules, and protocols, everyday.
Quality Operator (Former Employee), Pineville,La – May 15, 2013
Pros: 3-2-3 schedule
Cons: many different bosses.
I was a machine operator inside the converter room assisting Proctor & Gamble employees with shift work. I learned LOTO procedures. Respirator fit training. The management wasn't really involved enough in my opinion only time I come in contact with them is when something went wrong. Co-Workers were great everyone did their job to their ability.The hardest part of the jobs was that we didn't really have any authority in the activities going on. We were contractors. I enjoyed the 12 hour shifts and the pay.