Operations: Opportunities at SGS
This position will require personnel to load and unload rail cars, trucks or other modes of transport and connect/disconnect these modes of transport from the associated process equipment used to transfer the clients products and their raw materials.. The loader will also be responsible for preparing these modes of transport for shipment and completing the appropriate documents and checklist. Responsibilities Match loading schedule to bill of lading. Weigh rail car and/or truck in adherence to specific load instructions. Fill out loading record. Insure that truck/rail car is positioned at proper loading rack. Visually inspect the rail car or truck to be involved in the upcoming transfer in order to ensure that everything is mechanically sound and there is no defective equipment before loading or unloading. Connection of load arms/hoses/ground straps. Check for the last product contained. Load rail car/truck according to loading instructions using gauges and/or strapping tables. Insure that outages, or, innages do not exceed DOT certification for the particular vessel being loaded. Ensure the stenciling on the car is correct and in date , Check weight of rail car/truck after loading to ensure that gross weight is not exceeded. Communicate with facility supervisor on any problems as they occur. Disconnect loading arm/hose and inspect for any leaks prior to releasing the rail car/truck. Secure the T/C or TIT as per procedure/regulation. Placard the Mode of Transport , Complete appropriate paperwork/documentation. Updates the status of all MOT which they alter in the Clients computer tracking tool , Any other duties that may be assigned in order to complete the assigned task. Additional Information: SGS Canada is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to achieving greater accessibility by providing accommodation for people with disabilities during our hiring process. Accommodations are available on request for qualified candidates during each stage of...
015228 Requisition #
Feb 26, 2016 Post DateLearn More