LBB Packaging Floater
To define floater daily task and responsibilities
- Identify what changeovers you will have throughout your shift.
- Order boxes from the warehouse.
- Make sure that you have skids and a pallet jack.
- Make sure you have the correct case labels and they match product specification.
- Check the expiration dates ensuring the expiration date is the same on both the bag and label.
- Verify customer specs at the beginning of the shift and for each changeover.
- Place unused labels back in the label room.
- Communicate numbers to the following shift.
- Cleans the film area, keeps box maker running and refills boxes.
- Print off pallet tags when the skid is completed (not before).
- When tagging skids, scan the case label bar code off of the finished skid.
- Make sure the pallet tag is put on the correct skid.
- Keep track of the orders to avoid overruns.
- Communicate with the PMO and get ready for changeovers. Inspect to make sure skid, boxes, labels, and pallet configuration match customer specifications in MIP/Infinity.
- Secure staple guns and staples when used to secure the bottom layer of the display to the wooden skid.
- Keep area free of foreign material (wood, box pieces, and film).
- Keep packers organized and ensures breaks are taken in a timely manner.
- Help packers whenever needed depending on specific shift responsibilities and notify supervisor.
- Drive for zero mistakes.
- Empty trash cans.
- Assist PMO with film changes if possible.
- Inspect bags for proper code dates per customer specification.
- Set up changeovers with all supplies (labels, boxes, tape machine, etc.).
- Less than high school education/GED; and up to 6 months related experience or training; or a combination of education and experience.
- Ability to perform basic math skills.
- Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple instructions.
- Ability to deal with standardized situations with occasional variables.
- Must be able to stand for extended periods of time.
- Must be able to reach, grasp and lift using arms and hands.
- Walk occasionally and ability to move freely through plant.
- Regularly lift/move up to 15 pounds without assistance.
- Ability to use close, distance, and peripheral vision and adjust focus.
- Regular exposure to moving, mechanical parts.
- Regular exposure to noise levels that may require use of ear protection.
To perform this job successfully, and individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.