Purpose/Key Objectives of the Job
oversee, all satellite and 90 day waste collection sites throughout
manufacturing site, to keep material stored and prepared for disposal using
selected hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal partner, approved and
audited by HSE. This role will also
assist in managing the collection and discard of all corrugate, spent pails,
drums, cans, batteries, electronics and other recyclable material. Will prepare all waste loads making sure
labels are present, the containers are sealed, clean and ready for transport. Pump all liquids to the waste storage tanks,
and load bulk waste tankers. Perform
daily inspections of waste and satellite areas.
Complete daily and weekly inspections of regulated waste areas. Inspect and test eyewash stations and safety
showers according to schedule
Using safe work practices inspect, maintain and keep
in orderly condition all solid and liquid waste at all satellite and 90 day
accumulation points throughout the site. Inspect and test eyewash stations and
Manage and oversee all corrugated and solid waste
discarding to prevent unsightly and unsafe accumulation. Maintain orderliness, housekeeping related to
Prep all loads and material handle where necessary
using approved material handling equipment to be ready for collection. Insure all labels are in place, containers
are properly dated, stored in accordance to EPA rules and all manifests are
filled out and handled in accordance w/ RCRA and DOT regulations, etc.
Other work related with waste collection,
management, opportunities to minimize and housekeeping associated with these
tasks and duties.
Comply with all HSE policies.
Filter and fill containers (2 oz bottles to 350
gallon totes) as required from the information on a batch ticket, as directed
by a supervisor, or by the Standard Operating Procedure.
Set up the necessary filtering/filling equipment per
Follow Quality Control instructions for cleanliness
checks and sampling.
Collect appropriate containers to fill batch,
checking all containers for cleanliness.
Label appropriate containers as required from
information on batch ticket.
Complete the required paperwork (filling checklist,
move slip, equipment check list, fill tickets, etc.)
school graduate or equivalent
capable of wearing a respirator and passing a written and hands-on fork truck
test and be able to handle moving materials that weigh up to 55 lbs.
math skills required
of successfully completing courses for RCRA, DOT and OSHA
with handling flammable liquids
organizational skills, able to work in selfdirected manner, where it is
understood work tasks and daily routines will be clearly defined and checked
against periodically throughout the day
requires employee to walk or stand frequently throughout the day
able to do work on an as needed basis; overtime in many cases will not be
recognized until the day of the event, as it relates to loading waste trucks
which may come in later than anticipated
able to follow written instructions and SOP’s