Almost all manufacturing settings involve exposure to safety hazards of various kinds including, in the case of blow moulding, proximity to very hot materials and parts. Therefore, blow moulding operators must wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as glasses and gloves. A typical day includes standing for long periods and working at the pace required by production demands.
A blow moulding operator sets up one or more machines, observes their operation, ensures the manufactured products meet specifications, makes adjustments as necessary and tears down the equipment. He removes finished products from the molds and may trim excess plastic from parts. Some operators perform minor or routine maintenance and repairs.
• MUST HAVE PRIOR EXPERIENCE
• FULL TIME WITH BENEFITS (HEALTH/DENTAL/VISION)