productive in gaining experance
SIT DOWN FORKLIFT Operator (Former Employee) – Ooltewah, TN – July 24, 2018
My typical work day was clocking in at work at 6:30am and going straight to our line leader meeting and doing our stretches. After stretches I did my forklift inspections. Then my line leader gave me papers to pull buckets out of the back of the plant to take to blast, brought buckets back inside to my line leader and made sure the welding sells where filled with buckets to be welded.
I learned that safety is number one key to working on a forklift, and how to be a professional on forklift. I also learned you can never honk to much to let pedestrians know I am coming.
Management came in everyday to ensure safety, work quality, and production where perfection, because perfection is key.
Workplace culture was always fair and pleasurable to work in. Everyone helped each other out teaching different things. Always giving advice and being respectable to one another.
The hardest part of the job was pulling china buckets out of the back of the area called china town.
The most enjoyable time of my job was being able to weld in my spare time and learning new thing about welding and forklift.
there where no cons working at paladin