The basic function of the Safety Trainee is to learn to support and augment a successful Operations Department with a variety of work activities, with the goal of becoming qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicles [with a hazardous materials endorsement] and to become familiar with the business. Common tasks include working on receiving, inspecting, maintaining, shelving and pulling of company equipment.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Safety Trainee is capable (with supervision) of performing some safety functions and is also responsible for the following:
Rig up safety equipment.
Learn how to safely operate a commercial vehicle and to obtain a CDL license [with a hazardous materials endorsement]
Receive or assist in receiving equipment in from the field.
Inspect equipment for damage/worn parts.
If damage or badly worn parts are identified, set item aside for repair, part replacement, or other corrective action consistent with the company's standard procedure or supervisor's instruction.
Breakdown equipment, work-lines stripped.
Completely clean equipment and reassemble.
Shop test equipment on Posicheck.
Run pressure washer, clean and roll hoses.
Sweep and clean shop.
Help and support the work needs of coworkers and other employees.
Ability to lift between 50 lbs.
Perform other duties as requested by the Area Manager.
24- hour on-call as scheduled and when on-call must be able to report to work within 45 minutes
Overnight travel required which includes travel/driving long distance; may require being out of town for extended periods of up to 60 days.
Education and/or Experience:
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Good with mechanical applications for assembly/disassembly.
Ability to climb heights.
Ability to enter into confined spaces.
Ability to instruct others.
Use of hands, arms, eyes and voice and to meet all CDL medical qualification standards.
Ability to hear in the case of an alarm situation.
Requires mechanical aptitude.
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT which will be required and/or available for further development:
Airgas On-Site Safety Orientation
Basic Plant Operations
Basic Haz Whopper
Basic Confined Space Entry
Standard CPR/First Aid
Basic Fire Training
Work Permit systems
Hazardous Material 126/181
Basic operation and maintenance of breathing air compressors
Breathing Apparatus (SCBA/SABA)
Breathing Apparatus Maintenance and Cleaning
Breathing Apparatus Fit Testing
Breathing Apparatus Selection
Breathing Apparatus Use and Manufacturer's Specifications
Scott Field Level Maintenance training
Personal Protection Equipment (NFPA Level B, C & D)
SCBA/SABA, Air Purifying Respirators
Hooded chemical Resistant Slash Suit
Gloves Chemical Resistant
Goggles (Chemical Splash)
Gloves Leather Palm
Detection Equipment (Operation and Troubleshooting)
Calibration of monitors, fixed and portable
Reports and Forms Used/Required
24 Hour reports
Rig up sheets
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Shop and yard environment; may be frequently exposed to wet, humid, outside weather conditions and vibration; works in customer environments; high pressure, chemicals, shop traffic. The noise level in work environment is usually moderate but can require hearing protection.
We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits including medical/dental, life & disability, and 401(k) plan with match.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, protected veteran status or disability
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