quality control (Former Employee) – North Little Rock, AR – November 25, 2015
The company was not a bad place to work for. I was hired as a temp. For quality control. When hired I noticed a big difference in the direction of the two departments. Where quality was to ensure good quality pipes where to leave the warehouse. While production wanted to get as many pipes out as possible. This difference caused confusion between the two departments.
QC (Former Employee) – LITTLE ROCK – April 25, 2015
1- Design, develop and implement best quality practices and processes for product developments.
2- Maintain, monitor and ensure highest quality in services or products. 3-Develop and initiate quality standards for tests, inspections and evaluations. 3- Design and develop forms and instructions for evaluating, assessing, reporting and documenting on quality standards in products or services. 4-Develop strategies to evaluate precision and accuracy of analytical equipment, tests & measurements and production equipment.
5-Troubleshoot and resolve problems relating to quality control aspects. 6- Lead, direct and assist technical, professional staff n measuring and testing a product or a service. 7- Tabulate and document data relating to products, processes, materials, its qualities and reliabilities. 8-Research, study, compile and prepare material on quality control activities, processes and procedures.
9-Train staff, technicians and professionals on the aspects of quality control activities.
Slacker (Former Employee) – Little Rock – February 6, 2015
Witnessed and kept records of Trans Canada 36" pipe which was Jumped thru the Hydro Tester without being tested just to improve production numbers. What are the odds that two consective pipe have the exact same test results???????????
Assembly Line Operator (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 26, 2014
This job isn't worth the pay rate. There are too many accidents there and the culture leaves no room for advancement. The hardest part of the job is knowing that you have to deal with incompetent people controlling the heavy machinery that can cause death and the working in the conditions of whatever the weather would bring that day. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you got paid every week.
Repair Welder (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 14, 2014
When you are hired in you are given a schedule that is never followed. I worked 30 nights straight without time off and had to leave early one day after that and they took my profit share for the week because I wasn,t scheduled to leave early. I didn't work the set schedule.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 31, 2014
a nice place to work, there is a lot of hard working people working 12 hour shifts rotating every two weeks but its also a dangerous place to work if you cant follow safety guidelines,we lost one employee and had several amputations and bocken bones.