I started in Damper Operations, an an assembler, and press opperator. My duties included; assembly of units, running the heavy duty assembly area, working closely with the drafters to streamline the product, running various machines for fabrication of parts. I was also trained to operate ctanes, forklifts and basket lifts.
I than transfered to the stockman department. Where I used forklifts and prime movers daily to pull parts and distribute them to the proper destination.
My next transfer took me to the Stamping Department, where I set up, program and operate all the stamping machines.
I than transfered to the Utility Department. Here I was required to fill in at any production department that needed extra help. I was trained to run both Auto Shears and manual shears, bending machines, I worked on the paint line, and I was also trained to operate the CNC Machines.
Next I transfered to the Auto-spin Department. My tasks were to set up and operate the spinning machines.
My final transfer was to the Wheel Assembly and Balancing Department. Here I had to build props and wheels as close to balance as possable and then to set up and run a balancing machine.
Throughout all the departments being able to read blueprints, and inventory paperwork was necissary. As was maintaining high Quality Control.