Draws samples of products for shift analysis
Read temperature and pressure indications and flow meters, records readings, and compiles operating records. Monitors condition of unit and troubleshoots when parameters are found to be out of normal operating range.
Maintains log of gauge readings and shift production using either paper or electronic logs (iProcess)
Inspects fire extinguishers, respiratory protections equipment, and safety showers.
Performs chemical tests on product sample to ensure conformance with specifications, using standard test equipment, materials, and procedure.
Inspects equipment in unit to determine location and nature of malfunction, such as leaks, breakage, and faulty valves. Complete electronic work orders (SAP) for maintenance repairs.
Prepares equipment for maintenance by following Lock out Tag out procedures
Follow all Life Critical procedures and ensure paperwork is completed correctly.
Turns valves or moves controls to maintain system at specified parameters.
Connects with loading rack to line up for storage.
Starts an acid and water pump as needed
Reports concerns or any issues to supervisor in a timely manner
Ensure rounds are completed as required and documented in logs
Ensure SOPs / COPs / EOPs and good operating practices accurate and followed.
Reviews all management of changes, accident/incident reports, shift log and operating instructions (both unit and Treatment Services) prior to the start of shift
Ensure appropriate troubleshooting or effort is made and results/status is communicated to fellow employees and supervisors.
Follow interlock/alarm bypass procedure and ensure interlock bypasses are removed when no longer needed.
Complete the necessary training and qualifications in the unit on timetable specified by supervisor.
Be accountable for the health and safety of not only yourself, but the unit operators and all fellow plant personnel.
Patrols unit to verify safe and efficient operating conditions
Performs turnaround duties as requested by Area Supervisor.
Communicate with other Units, Aroma Performance personnel, and Supervision regarding steam, water, or natural gas production and shutdowns.
Utilizes Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in specific plant location or per job task specification.
Performs autonomous maintenance jobs per the Labor Contract.
Responsible for pulling, blowing, installing sonicore guns to the furnace. (this includes locking out for repairs).
(Once Qualified as a 1st class ) Covers vacations, STD’s, and absences for other 1st class operators as required by Supervision.
Attend quarterly and all other mandatory safety meetings.
Follow the Incident reporting process.
Work with contractors and engineers in the unit; be involved in the projects, HAZOPS, Audits, (etc.) as needed.
Housekeeping – Ensure the unit is clean and well maintained to ensure a safe and efficient work area
Complete CBTs on time.
Work with Manager and Unit Engineers to improve unit operations (efficiency, safety, costs, throughput).
Works with all employees and contractors professionally and respectfully at all times.
Perform any other duties/projects as assigned by supervision.
Requirements of the Position
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and 2-5 years of operational/process technology experience in a chemical plant
2 year Process Technology associates degree and 1 year of general plant experience
An equivalent combination of education and experience
Transportation Worker’s Identification Credentials (TWIC)