Chep Canada - Job Details
Posted: Jul 03, 2020
Expires: Sep 03, 2020
The Pallet Repair Operator refurbishes damaged Chep pooled pallets (block or stringer) that weigh up to 85 lbs using speed, accuracy, and detail that meet company standards for safety, security, and productivity while adhering to CHEP's quality criteria. Fast-paced production environment that requires meeting and exceeding production quotas daily. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Always comply with all zero harm procedures and safe work practices while using the provided Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) while performing job duties. • Ensure that daily inspections of tools, workstations, and checklists are completed. • Pull pallets on to workbench. • Inspects pallets visually for compliance with quality criteria. Remove damaged boards with crowbar, hammer, and/or saw. • Cut or hammer down bent or broken nails. • Attach pre-cut boards according to Chep specs using a pneumatic nail gun, electric screw gun, and hammer. • Cleans personal pallet repair area during and at end of shift. • Meets or exceed daily production target. • May be required to work overtime during week or weekend.
Some experience in construction, carpentry, landscaping, and/or related field. • Ability to safely operate power tools. • Ability to safely use basic hand tools • Ability to understand and follow instructions. • Ability to communicate effectively. • Good attendance and punctuality record. Physical Demands: • Frequent lifting, pulling, flipping of 75 to 85 lbs. pallets. • Ability of standing and walking for extended periods of time (at least 2 hours straight, four times in an 8-hour day). • Able to twist, stoop, squat, reach above shoulder level and crouch on a frequent basis. • Able to use hands and feet simultaneously and perform repetitive movements. • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception. Work Environment: • The work environment consists of occasional seasonal temperature shifts ranging from cold to very hot. • Exposure to dust and loud noise (Personal protective equipment provided).