Top Chemical Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Chemical Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Chemical Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.2% of Chemical Operator resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Chemical Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Chemical Operator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Followed manufacturing operations and assured compliance with plant quality, environmental, and safety procedures.
  • Monitored & maintained plant operating parameters while following environmental, health, & safety procedures.
  • Followed all operating procedures, safety procedures, performed good manufacturing and housekeeping practices.
  • Followed standard safety procedures, corrected safety and environmental hazards.
  • Participate in safety meetings and implements new plant safety procedures.
  • Reported all incidents, violations and inconsistencies of safety procedures.
  • Implemented and evaluated all plant safety procedures.
  • Followed proper safety procedures when handling chemicals.
  • Followed strict operating and safety procedures.
  • Performed safety procedures on all equipment
  • Assured adherence to safety procedures.
  • Followed standard safety procedures, correct safety and environmental hazards, and reports them to the Shift Supervisor immediately.
  • Demonstrate equipment operations and work safety procedures to new employees or assign employees to experienced workers for training.
  • Followed all safety procedures such as proper PPE, Lockout tag out and chemical reactor safety protocol.
  • Worked as a Safety Representative, permit writing, writing and implementing safety procedures, safety logs.
  • Follow all Federal and State regulations as well as both company and customer safety procedures.
  • Implemented and used safety procedures in the work place to insure a safe working environment.
  • Understand and commit to following all Environmental, Health, and Safety procedures and practices.
  • Maintain an organized work area and follow all safety procedures including general site safety rules.
  • Followed protocols and safety procedures to lock out equipment per SOP and Safety standards.

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2. Raw Materials

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Here's how Raw Materials is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Assemble, dispense and monitor raw materials needed to maintain constant production of intermediate materials required for other manufacturing areas.
  • Follow work procedures and batch recipe instructions to manufacture polyurethane products both automatic and manual raw materials into blending vessels.
  • Loaded/unloaded raw materials into storage vessels, monitored utilities and equipment, and assisted operators in other work areas.
  • Received raw materials into the warehouse, while ensuring accurate physical inventory.
  • Operated still utilizing raw materials to produce with unique performance abilities.
  • Charged raw materials, followed written procedures and monitored process performance.
  • Loaded and offloaded chemical trucks containing sub-raw materials according to procedures.
  • Order raw materials to ensure daily continuation of manufacturing process.
  • Synthesized Chemical gas from raw materials to be used in semi-conductors
  • Mixed raw materials utilizing both automated and manual procedures.
  • Produced Plexiglas within specifications from its raw materials.
  • Operated forklift to load/unload raw materials into warehouse.
  • Mix raw materials according to product specification.
  • Ensured all raw materials returned to inventory have the right quantity and information on containers and containers are in good condition.
  • Loaded / unloaded bulk material, hazardous raw materials, and packaged finished products to be shipped as prime quality material.
  • Carried out duties in the Rubber-Warehouse processing raw materials into reactors to purify solvents used in the processing of plastic.
  • Certified to use a forklift to move raw materials, packaging, and finished product around the facility as needed.
  • Planned out process coverage several days in advance and worked to resolve issues encountered relating to personnel and/or raw materials.
  • Pulled sample from tankers prior to mandatory weigh in and tracked progress of mixes as well as unused raw materials.
  • Weigh and blend raw materials in accordance with established formulas, procedures, and quality standards specified on batch ticket.

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3. Chemical Reactors

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Here's how Chemical Reactors is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Operated chemical reactors to produce finished product.
  • Tested chemical components, utilized chemical reactors, kept detailed logs, communicated with lead chemists to improve efficiency and safety.
  • Conducted lockout tag out on chemical reactors, pumps, product lines, and streamlines in accordance with the operational instruction.
  • Operated numerous chemical reactors for the mixing of individual chemicals to achieve the base product for refining into finished goods.
  • Weigh chemicals and products to be added to chemical reactors following the procedures in the SOP.
  • Conducted lockout tag out on chemical reactors, pumps, transport lines, and streamlines.
  • Operated computer station and manual controls for stainless steel and glass-lined chemical reactors safely.
  • Sampled and cleaned chemical reactors, centrifuges, and dryers following specific processes and procedures
  • Operate chemical reactors and vessels mixing chemicals to produce pigments.
  • Run chemical reactors according to safety and production standards.
  • Add raw materials in chemical reactors.
  • Maintained chemical reactors and transfer pumps.
  • Assume Shift Leader responsibilities in the absence of Production Supervisor Operated chemical reactors and batch distillation units.
  • Operate and monitor a negative pressure (under vacuum)) distillation tower - Operate and monitor chemical reactors.
  • Operated chemical reactors to make over 312 differant chemicals.
  • Load and run Chemical reactors with several different products.
  • Operated chemical reactors and filed appropriate paperwork Performed lab chemical analysis of product during manufacture Performed tank and truck transfers
  • Operated chemical reactors and related equipment in the manufacturing of Poly Styrene Member of the Emergency Response Team and environmental teams.
  • Charged and operated chemical reactors and distillation units, producing products of both cosmetic and industrial use.
  • Experienced in endo-thermic and exo-thermic reactions, chemical reactors and rotary vacuum dryers.

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4. Lab Analysis

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Here's how Lab Analysis is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Perform lab analysis procedures, testing GC for neutralization of acid content, strip viscosity, H2O, OH excess.
  • Prepared equipment and materials needed for the manufacturing and lab analysis for making flavors and fragrances or other natural ingredients.
  • Climbed ladders to inspect manholes, check temps, sometimes gather samples for lab analysis.
  • Pull samples from drums and vessels for lab analysis and additions according to batch sheet.
  • Take numerous daily samples of different parts of the process for lab analysis.
  • Maintain record keeping (electronic shift log, lab analysis results).
  • Extract samples for lab analysis and for in spec processing.
  • Draw sterile samples from various water stations for lab analysis.
  • Conducted various types of lab analysis to ensure quality.
  • Sample materials for QA lab analysis.
  • Collected samples for lab analysis.
  • Mixed chemical; packaged products Completed lab analysis and color matching Operated forklift for shipping and receiving
  • Operate powered industrial vehicles and overhead cranes .Perform lab analysis tasks and collect production samples.

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5. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Operated processing equipment to treat hazardous materials and performed routine maintenance and housekeeping functions on plant equipment and structures.
  • Assisted the safety department in conducting Hazardous Materials training for supervisory and hourly employees in operational and technician levels.
  • Experience conducting the daily operations of a laboratory to include analyzing hazardous materials, maintaining and troubleshooting equipment.
  • Maintained quality and safety production of chemical batches, transportation of hazardous materials and operation of scrubber system.
  • Removed or encapsulated hazardous materials and universal waste in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Full understanding of state and federal regulations regarding the disposal of chemicals and hazardous materials.
  • Manufactured quality finished goods and managed hazardous materials in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Disposed of hazardous materials in accordance with applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Handled and disposed hazardous materials according to safety and environmental guidelines.
  • Trained extensively in Hazardous Materials Safety and Emergency Response.
  • Ensured hazardous and non-hazardous materials were stored safely.
  • Collect hazardous and non- hazardous materials for transportation.
  • Used specialized operating procedures for handling hazardous materials.
  • Performed weekly inventory of all hazardous materials.
  • Demonstrate safe handling chemicals and hazardous materials.
  • Transported hazardous chemicals by forklift and was responsible for using detection equipment to test for hazardous materials to maintain quality control.
  • Worked, handled and received hazardous materials such as molten sulfur, anhydrous ammonia, including different caustics and acids.
  • Operated industrial vehicle, (forklift) and transported hazardous materials throughout the facility to designated areas for shipping.
  • Shipped hazardous materials off-site, loaded and unloaded trucks, mixed hazardous materials for bulk tanker shipments for recovery/removal.
  • Valued member of safety committee working with management and colleagues to ensure safe and proper handling of hazardous materials.

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6. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Regulate or shut down equipment within limits defined by standard operating procedures during planned outages and emergency situations.
  • Regulated and/or shut down equipment during emergency situations, as directed by supervisor.
  • Coordinated efforts with technical and supervisory workers to maintain schedule and emergency situations.
  • Observe assigned area for abnormal conditions and potential emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations by following protocol as needed.
  • Respond to emergency situations that occurs during the shift in accordance with standard operating procedures and/or instructions from shift supervisor.
  • Respond to emergency situations (UFO release, uranium powder/liquid spill/leak, chemical spill/leak, etc.)
  • Assisted in the replacement and/or repair of all equipment during shutdowns or under emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations and maintain safety, health and environmental standards in the plant.
  • Worked with outside agencies on an as needed basis when emergency situations would arise.
  • Respond to Unit emergency situations as defined in emergency action plans.

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7. Chemical Process

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Here's how Chemical Process is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Control and/or operate chemical processes, record operating data and regulate or shut down equipment during emergency situations or routine maintenance.
  • Operated automatic and manual chemical processes of varying complexity in various production processes in accordance with standard operating procedures.
  • Operate various type of chemical processing equipment's safely and efficiently and in compliance with prescribed operating procedures.
  • Inventory control, Chemical formula calculations, Equipment operator, Process analysis, Chemical process loading.
  • Carried out research and developed chemical processes through solid understanding of basic chemical operations.
  • Conduct troubleshooting and preventative monitoring functions to maintain proper chemical processes and usage.
  • Processed enriched uranium and alloyed material using multiple metallurgical and chemical processes.
  • Managed all chemical processes using panel & control boards or semi-automatic equipment.
  • Supervised, maintained and operated a variety of chemical processing machines.
  • Experienced in chemical processing and handling chemicals in a manufacturing environment.
  • Operated Refrigeration Systems, and equipment in chemical processing plant.
  • Certified in several areas of operation in chemical process operations.
  • Performed initial chemical processing for enzymatic treatment of collagen.
  • Performed organic-synthetic chemical process operations including final product handling.
  • Performed daily tasks including data recording of chemical processes.
  • Operated chemical processing equipment and cleaned laboratory instruments.
  • Performed material tracking as related to chemical processes.
  • Operated reactors to refine precious metals through chemical processes
  • Developed knowledge of chemical processing equipment and processing procedures
  • Operated chemical processes which were computer controlled.

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8. Personal Protective Equipment

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Here's how Personal Protective Equipment is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Worked safely in a manufacturing environment, following all Site Safety Policies including the ability to wear prescribed personal protective equipment.
  • Obtain material samples for laboratory analysis using proper safety measures and personal protective equipment.
  • Use personal protective equipment requirements as established by company policy.
  • Maintained safety with Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Perform weighting, measuring, mixing of raw material and standards, setup operations and utilizing of special personal protective equipment.
  • Utilize all associated safety equipment and procedures which include personal protective equipment, operations procedures, lock out tag out.
  • Inspect personal protective equipment, (which included safety glasses, an apron, gloves, and a respirator.)
  • Perform all tasks in a safe and responsible manner and while wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Observe safety precautions to prevent fires and explosions and also proper use of personal protective equipment.
  • Use personal protective Equipment to make entries into High and LowContamination areas to do work.5.
  • Maintained safety and proper personal protective equipment (PPE) while operating machinery.
  • Utilized proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) including acid suits and respirator.
  • Make sure co-workers, internal and external, use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Understand proper gowning techniques and PPE (personal protective equipment) procedures.
  • Use personal protective equipment in accordance with task being performed.
  • Used Personal Protective Equipment, including a respirator.
  • Wear correct personal protective equipment for different tasks.
  • Perfomed safety inspections on equipment and personal protective equipment.
  • Conduct all assignments in a safe manner and utilized all necessary PPE(Personal Protective Equipment) as required.
  • Used proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) during Loading/Unloading of Railcars, Tank Trucks or Containers.

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9. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Followed OSHA safety regulations while working in different weather conditions.
  • Practiced all OSHA safety requirements using all necessary safety attire.
  • Participated in monthly OSHA required safety training.
  • Follow environmental and OSHA regulations.
  • Collaborated with DEM, OSHA, and Plant Management ensuring compliance and safety for plant, employees, and surrounding community.
  • Put proper labels on containers, drums, small tanks, powder bags per OSHA guidelines and procedures.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work area in order to remain within OSHA standards and guidelines.
  • Loaded and unloaded raw materials from tanker trucks and box trucks per OSHA and DOT regulations.
  • Preserve protection of the environment and the health and safety by adhering to the OSHA regulations.
  • Perform job tasks safely and adhere to OSHA and EPA standards dependably in a chemical environment.
  • Maintain health and safety in areas of responsibility per OSHA guidelines and company SOP's.
  • Have to wear OSHA approved chemical suits, gloves, boots, and helmet.
  • Followed, maintained, and logged all activities as per OSHA and DEP regulations.
  • Maintained completion of up-to-date training classes on GMP, safety, and OSHA procedures.
  • Trained in the handling and use of chemicals according to EPA & OSHA Standards.
  • Trained in OSHA and DOT regulations, contract language, and labor laws.
  • Trained employees on zip code chart and safety rules to follow per OSHA.
  • Maintained high safety standards as set forth by company and OSHA/EPA regulatory guidelines.
  • Trained & certified for all equipment handling usage/machinery for company standards and OSHA.
  • Make sure daily operations is in compliance with EPA and OSHA regulations.

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10. New Operators

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Here's how New Operators is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Trained new operators and implemented new division operator training programs to improve retention rates and increase production.
  • Trained and supervised new operators improving productivity and morale.
  • Trained and supervised new operators.
  • Train and develop new operators on equipment, process operations, environmental and safety procedures, and on daily lab analysis.
  • Created and maintained training manuals to train new maintenance technicians; trained new operators and helpers.
  • Train and coach new operators in preparation for certification of equipment, processes and policies.
  • Participate in the training of new operators as they arrive on the job.
  • Train new operators and contract employees on area and plant safety regulations.
  • Trained new operators for the task that needed to be completed.
  • Train new operators on equipment, product manufacture and safety procedures.
  • Assisted and trained new operators in specific job duties.
  • Assisted in training new operators in my department.
  • Trained new operators on the process operation.
  • Assist with training of new operators.
  • Train new operators within the department.
  • Meet laboratory safety, sample labeling, and housekeeping requirements Trained new operators on equipment and processes
  • Trained incoming new operators, communicated with otherareas and first line supervisors status of operation.
  • Used PC to mix chemicals for food additives Hooked and Unhook Train Railcars Loaded and Unloaded Tanker Trucks Trained new Operators

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11. Tank Trucks

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Here's how Tank Trucks is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Unload rail cars and raw materials from tank trucks, accounting for and documenting shipment inventory and collecting samples for lab.
  • Charge and transfer materials to tank trucks, tank farms, rail cars and holding vessels for drumming out.
  • Packaged finished products from the blending vessels into tank trucks, totes, or drums using semi-automatic packaging system.
  • Performed and supervised packaging, labeling 55 gallon drums, pails, totes, and tank trucks.
  • Packaged products into tank trucks, tote bins, drums or pails according to customer needs.
  • Unload any monomer rail cars or tank trucks that can or need to be unloaded.
  • Load and off load raw materials and finished products on rail cars and tank trucks.
  • Load tank trucks with product, or smaller containers such as drums and totes.
  • Unload tank trucks of hazardous material and run samples of raw and finished materials.
  • Loaded and unloaded tank trucks and rail cars and operated motorized power forklifts.
  • Load products in proper containers(tank trucks, drums and totes).
  • Loaded and unloaded material containers including tank cars, tank trucks, drums.
  • Handle Bills Of Lading for export and tank trucks and rail cars.
  • Load and unload tank trucks of various chemicals from tank farm.
  • Loaded and Unloaded tank trucks containing hazardous and non- hazardous material.
  • Loaded finished products into tank trucks, placarding if necessary.
  • Loaded finished products into tank trucks and tank cars.
  • Unloaded and loaded trucks and tank trucks when necessary.
  • Loaded finished products into tank trucks to specific weights.
  • Handled receiving and loading rail cars or tank trucks.

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12. DCS

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Here's how DCS is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Maintain and update records from field instruments, Distributed Control System (DCS), and weighing scales, and inventories.
  • Utilized 4 DCS monitors, 36 digital screens to safely operate both units Reactors and meet production demands and shipping metrics.
  • Certified board operator which uses the Honeywell DCS, GUS Total Plant System, similar to what I used at ConocoPhillips.
  • Functioned as a foreman during various turnarounds and worked as a DCS Control Operator and functioned as a Safety Foreman.
  • Read chemical recipes and determined product mixes based on production schedule and customer orders; ran controls on DCS System.
  • Inspected and monitored operating components in the field to report plant status via the DCS (Distributed Control System).
  • Worked as a relief operator to cover multiple jobs, such as DCS, IF5, SF6, LF2 operator.
  • Control Room Operator duties on Honeywell DCS/PLC system include operating and monitoring reactors, pumps, scrubbers, and tanks.
  • Board operation duties included controlling the unit using Delta-V DCS to monitor and adjust process variable in reactors, tanks.
  • Assisted DCS operator with time critical tasks to maximize production of fluorine chemicals in order to maintain production rates.
  • Heat and cool reactors using a DCS control system to maintain and control reactions as described in MPR.
  • Worked as a relief operator to cover multiple jobs, such as Powerhouse, DCS, EPF operator.
  • Operate dryers, centrifuges, mills, reactors, water systems, DCS and PLC control systems.
  • Assured product specifications by checking lab results and adjusting process control points on the DCS as necessary.
  • Conduct automated process operations for Chemical unit in a Digital Control System (DCS) environment.
  • Use the DCS (distributed control system) to monitor the process and manipulate process variables.
  • Charge Polymer Batches and Monitor Reactions and Chemical additions on trends and graphics on DCS.
  • Control room - Operating and monitoring the DCS system, while doing lab work.
  • Monitor the synthesis of hydrogen chloride in the field as well as operate DCS.
  • Train coworkers to be fully knowledgeable in designated areas of the plant and DCS.

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13. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Perform all duties associated to Chemical Operator responsibilities * Chemical Specialist Backup * Troubleshooting of the purified water system.
  • Maintained production records, maintained in-process checks and assisted Engineers in troubleshooting equipment and improving production methods.
  • Conduct routine operating inspections of the unit, troubleshoot operational problems and perform minor maintenance.
  • Work closely with engineering when developing, troubleshooting and installing new operating systems.
  • Coordinate with peers and supervisors regarding production scheduling, workplace improvements, troubleshooting.
  • Utilized process drawings and manuals to troubleshoot unit components to obtain maximum production.
  • Utilized problem solving skills to troubleshoot unit process and mechanical equipment problems.
  • Perform on shift troubleshooting and minor maintenance/calibration of various measuring devices.
  • Observe equipment and process performance; investigate and troubleshoot abnormal performance.
  • Gained an extensive mechanical aptitude through plant maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Maintained optimal levels of operation by regularly troubleshooting equipment issues.
  • Performed chemical-related troubleshooting activities on power plant systems and equipment.
  • Worked covering vacations or troubleshooting problems within the production unit.
  • Conducted monitoring rounds of equipment and performed troubleshooting to diagnose problems
  • Identify and troubleshoot abnormal operations and respond appropriately.
  • Identified and troubleshoot equipment operating problems and upsets.
  • Operated and troubleshoot automated batch process control system.
  • Scrutinized problems with machines and performed troubleshooting methods.
  • Performed minor troubleshooting on customer's equipment.
  • Handled systems/process troubleshooting on a daily basis.

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14. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Certified as HazMat Fire & Rescue Team, Safety Representative for utility department and all contractors, LOTO, permit writer.
  • Certified training in firefighting for emergency response team with additional training in M.S.D.S., HAZMAT, First Aid and CPR.
  • PLANT TRAINING HAZWOPER-Completed 40-hour course HAZMAT -Completed Technician level FIRE BRIGADE-Served on the plant fire brigade for 15 years.
  • Served on Emergency Response Teams including fire, Technical Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, and HAZMAT.
  • Trained and qualified in the following areas: HAZMAT, confined space rescue, and fire brigade.
  • Licensed hi low driver, certified to confined space rescue and trained HAZMAT technician.
  • Fulfilled duties as a member of the HAZMAT and Safety Teams and Certified Trainer.
  • Position required six month apprenticeship training in OSHA, PPE, HAZMAT and MSDS.
  • Lead member of the HAZMAT decontamination team, supported environmental inspections and audits.
  • Completed HAZMAT training and was also trained on chemical spills and safety procedures.
  • Perform other duties as assigned including SAP, HAZMAT, D.O.T.
  • Trouble shoot and acknowledge process alarms and HAZMAT response if required.
  • Certified fork lift operator, HAZMAT training, SAP experience.
  • Trained and became a pro board certified HAZMAT technician.
  • Trained to use hazardous chemicals resulting in HAZMAT certification.
  • Participate on emergency spill (HAZMAT) team.
  • Maintain training in HAZMAT procedures.
  • Performed safety and housekeeping while working with chemicals according to MSDS and Hazmat regulations and company policy.
  • Received Hazmat training* Spotter truck and forklift operation* General housekeeping* Experience using S.A.P
  • Gained significant Hazmat training and expertise.

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15. Storage Tanks

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Here's how Storage Tanks is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Operate and maintain machinery equipment and storage tanks with an emphasis on Polymer manufacturing.
  • Pumped acid to storage tanks after laboratory approval.
  • Open valves and start pumps to transfer specified amount and type of liquid from mixing tanks into storage tanks and totes.
  • Transfer raw materials from rail cars and tank trucks to storage tanks and unloading finished products to tote bins and drums.
  • Record and log available product in all storage tanks and temperature of storage tanks one to two times a shift.
  • Inspect operating units including towers, storage tanks, scrubbers, collectors, and driers to assure functionality and efficiency.
  • Used gear pumps and air pumps to transfer products to drums, totes, and storage tanks, and tankers.
  • Turned valves to regulate flow of products or byproducts through agitator tanks, storage tanks, or neutralizer tanks.
  • Fill Railroad Cars with Caustic Soda * Fill Storage Tanks with Sodium Hydroxide and Bleach * Work with Hazardous Chemicals
  • Transferred Raw Materials and Finished Products to and from rail car tankers, storage tanks, barges and trucks.
  • Attach unloading hoses, and operate necessary equipment to unload bulk raw materials to storage tanks and blend tanks.
  • Send batches that are complete using company guidelines to storage tanks where they are loaded in to tanker truck.
  • Sample reactors and receivers, make transfers to storage tanks, and clean systems for product switches and maintenance.
  • Recorded, monitored, and maintained proper temperatures on chemical storage tanks used for outgoing deliveries and internal processes.
  • Assisted in routine maintenance of pumps, piping, condensers, storage tanks, compressors, and valves.
  • Experienced in tracing and manipulating intermediate lines supplied in bulk from storage tanks for the purpose of process manufacturing
  • Charge raw materials by recipe, load chemicals to trucks and storage tanks, and operate switcher truck.
  • Inspected operating units such as towers, soap-spray storage tanks, collectors and driers to ensure efficiency.
  • Set up manual valves for transfer between storage tanks, shipping stations, and inter plant transfers.
  • Transferred material from storage tanks to barges, to tank cars, and to tank trucks.

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16. Process Equipment

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Here's how Process Equipment is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Monitor process equipment operating parameters and make adjustments as necessary to maintain safe and efficient operation according to standard operating procedures.
  • Operated process equipment and utilized glove boxes to process and stabilize radioactive hazardous material for off-site shipments for disposal.
  • Operated and process equipment associated with manufacturing bulk antibiotics for animals, from raw material to finished product.
  • Set up, operated and maintained test and loading process equipment using standard operating procedures and documentation.
  • Deliver high standards of efficiency and productivity operating a variety of process equipment, safely.
  • Reduced downtime by certifying process equipment & machinery was aligned and functioning correctly.
  • Set up and operate process equipment and instrumentation required for chemical production process.
  • Assist with manufacturing deviation analysis and other process equipment and quality concerns.
  • Maintain, control and monitor process equipment following standard operating procedures.
  • Monitored distillation process equipment and made adjustments based on operating conditions.
  • Operated process equipment manually and via a computerized system.
  • Operated food-grade process equipment; monitored/maintained precise ingredient tolerances.
  • Provided process equipment training for less skilled operators.
  • Operated various process equipment and auxiliary systems.
  • Operated hazardous waste treatment process equipment
  • Worked as a team member in the production of industrial enzymes, by operating process equipment according to approved operations procedures.
  • Help with the planning, wording and job hazard analysis of upcoming work packages with my Process Equipment Removal Team.
  • Modernized plant operations by implementing automated control system (Delta V) for process equipment in a new pilot plant.
  • Operate a variety of process equipment, including reaction systems, distillation systems filters, extractors, reactors and pumps.
  • Perform Safe Work Permitting & Lock Out Tag Out of process equipment, identifying risks and mitigating actions.

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17. Batch Records

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Here's how Batch Records is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Provided corrective actions necessary for improvements to batch records, procedures, and automation to technical services and engineering.
  • Completed detailed batch records to provide easy product tractability.
  • Followed detailed specifications and accurately maintained batch records.
  • Complete all batch records in compliance with GMP standards, ensuring that each batch is manufactured with proper ingredients and quantities.
  • Manufactured Pharmaceuticals following Batch Records, GMP's and good safety practices while keeping a clean work center.
  • Maintain written records of batch records, cleaning logs, equipment labels and any other pertinent records.
  • Monitor and maintain material production and packaging, read and record batch records, forklift operator.
  • Authored, edited and published specification sheets, change requests, and batch records for manufacturing.
  • Can accurately keep batch records and equipment cleaning logs per Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Record process data on batch logs, batch records and inventory control records.
  • Follow all directions given inside batch records, and packaging per given instructions.
  • Documented manufacturing processes on batch records with very high degree of accuracy.
  • Executed batch records to develop pharmaceutical drug products in a pilot plant.
  • Maintain accurate inventory of raw materials, logbooks, and batch records.
  • Measure, weigh, mix chemical ingredients according to batch records.
  • Perform in-process review of batch records and support resolution to deficiencies.
  • Train and develop capacity for maintaining written logs and batch records.
  • Follow detailed batch records and sampling products through entire process.
  • Follow batch records to properly charge raw materials to vessels.
  • Process first quality API in compliance with batch records.

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18. Rail Cars

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Here's how Rail Cars is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Unloaded rail cars and tankers; operated forklifts; monitored temps, flow rates, levels on vessels.
  • Unloaded rail cars, truck tankers, totes and 55 gallon drums into various tank farms.
  • Pack all finished products from reactor to tank truck, rail cars, drums or totes.
  • Organized bulk quantity chemical blends and loaded and unloaded rail cars and tank wagons as needed.
  • Transfer all finished product to storage holding tanks, rail cars and or ISO tankers.
  • Turn valves to regulate flow of products through storage drums, tanks or rail cars.
  • Extracted turpentine and tall oil solutions and prepared for loading on rail cars for shipping.
  • Steam rail cars with the intent of making sure chemicals are at appropriate temperature.
  • Unloaded Chlorine, caustic, sulfuric acid, and urea from rail cars.
  • Load and unload chemical rail cars, barges, and tanker trucks.
  • Loaded and off loaded raw materials from tanker trucks and rail cars.
  • Connect airlines & ensure the couples are connected properly on rail cars.
  • Load rail cars and semi trucks to deliver products to vendors.
  • Load chemicals in and out of rail cars and various containers.
  • Handled the connection of Chlorine rail cars, acetic acid cars.
  • Load finished product into drums, totes, and rail cars.
  • Experienced and safe Loading/unloading operations of tank trailers and rail cars.
  • Load and unload product from tanker trucks and rail cars.
  • Loaded and unloaded material from rail cars on daily basis.
  • Load finished product on to tankers and rail cars.

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19. Control Room

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Here's how Control Room is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Delivered lab samples and monitored reactor temperatures and maintained chart flows to facilitate process regulation in control room.
  • Heat and cool Reactors to maintain and control reactions as described in MPR using a control screen from the control room.
  • Control Room Operator- Responsible for monitoring batch process for all reactor systems, tank make-ups, rinses, and pump priming.
  • Started in Control Room and with batch sheet steps from prior shift using large reactors, and computer monitors.
  • Provided field support to the control room operator in the manufacture of batches in accordance with documented procedures.
  • Control Room Operator of Phenol, Acetone, and AMS liquids and gases being processed from raw cumin.
  • Operated a Super Absorbent line from PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) computers set-up in the control room.
  • Served as the control room and field operator for the Oxidation area of an organic peroxide production line.
  • Worked in control room to make sure the pressure, temperature, and proper chemical flow was accurate.
  • Lead operator responsible for running control room using Delta V control system during new plant start up.
  • Reported to the control room any problem areas that needed maintenance or operators to correct or fix.
  • Monitored, weighed, and made adjustments to mix tanks as instructed by Control Room Operator.
  • Added raw material in correct quantities to reactors and treatment vessels when not in control room.
  • Control room operations responsible for 11 vessels, 2 filter presses, and 1 dryer.
  • Tank farm, warehouse, QC lab, control room operations and shipping and receiving.
  • Control room system operator, analyze and react to temperature and pressure trouble shooting conditions.
  • Experienced control room operator giving instructions to field operators over a 2 way radio system.
  • Coordinate from control room with field personnel on proper valve positions and product flow.
  • Have been able to help control room board operator trouble shoot from the field.
  • Monitored control room boards to ensure optimal process efficiency and daily output levels.

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20. Batch Sheets

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Here's how Batch Sheets is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Utilized batch sheets and adjusted pharmaceutical products to meet specifications.
  • Achieved individual goals of 100% clean-out success rate and 0 errors per page on batch sheets for over 6 months.
  • Maintained an accurate account of raw material usage on batch sheets, and of daily tasks in the area logbook.
  • Started as Material Handler with understanding of how to read batch sheets and stage amount of material required for orders.
  • Mix various chemicals to produce Arm&Hammer brand toothpastes in accordance with Federal Food and Drug Administration batch sheets.
  • Take samples every hour of each product* Make notes on Batch Sheets of everything done and applied to product.
  • Followed batch sheets carefully and cautiously to ensure proper ingredients, acids, and bases blended properly.
  • Maintain records of material numbers, lot numbers and batch numbers for all batch sheets of product.
  • Job entailed control room operations of batches, using batch sheets to run process equipment by computer.
  • Maintain log of all activities related to and required by batch sheets and complete all parts meticulously.
  • Make sure to Label and fill out batch sheets and drumming sheets with proper lot numbers.
  • Follow procedure (safety and protocol)* Stage raw materials* Use batch sheets to make product
  • Followed established steps and mixed chemical batches used to make products according to Batch Sheets.
  • Cleaned equipment according to batch sheets and made sure final product was being shipped out.
  • Close attention to detail while following instructions in batch sheets and standard operating procedures.
  • Follow batch sheets, select appropriate raw materials for mixing per production requirements.
  • Documented usage and cleaning information of equipment in log books and batch sheets.
  • Assist with the facility layout, batch sheets, and packaging/shipment of product.
  • Identified and correctly loaded raw materials into process vessels using process batch sheets.
  • Stage and check raw materials for blending operations according to production batch sheets.

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21. GMP

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Here's how GMP is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Prepare and monitor reactors and chemical reactions per batch packets and also package products per batch shop documents using CGMP ACTIVITIES
  • Followed all CGMP's, completed Hazardous Waste Training and participated on the company's Emergency Response Team.
  • Trained new employees in accordance with department operating procedures and GMP (General Manufacturing Procedures) compliance.
  • Record, categorize and trend inspection rejects to comply with GMP quality control and monitoring requirements.
  • Perform daily plant water/PRW sampling for lab testing and other procedures following GMP compliance guidelines.
  • Follow Good Manufacturing Procedures (GMP), and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Maintain standard operations under DEA regulations and CGMP guidelines to ensure safe and efficient operations.
  • Implement the GMP, environmental, health and safety rules on the realized work.
  • Weigh, mix, and formulate drugs and chemicals in accordance with current GMP.
  • Completed necessary paperwork complying with GMP, SOP, and regulatory requirements.
  • Produced a wide variety of pharmaceutical products in a GMP environment.
  • Completed periodic GMP training as well as process and safety training.
  • Helped to ensure efficient operations and compliance with GMP standards.
  • Adhere to and abide proper documentation related to GMP requirements.
  • Performed in-process testing and recorded entries to ensure GMP compliance.
  • Performed operations as described in SOP's and GMP's.
  • Follow SOP's procedures and document in accordance to GMP.
  • Produced adhesive in accordance to ISO procedures and GMP standards.
  • Ensured GMP compliance through meticulous in-process testing and chronicling.
  • Clean and maintain equipment, GMP, good housekeeping.

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22. Supervisory Personnel

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Here's how Supervisory Personnel is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Conferred with technical and supervisory personnel.
  • Regulate or shut down equipment during emergency situations, as directed by supervisory personnel.
  • Regulate or shut down equipment during emergency situations, as directed by supervisory personnel.
  • Report any irregularities observed during the inspection, labelling and packaging processes to appropriate supervisory personnel.

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23. Product Quality

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Here's how Product Quality is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Worked within a fast paced team environment Monitor assigned dry area continuously for proper equipment operation and product quality.
  • Followed all safety and environmental procedures while demonstrating reliable attendance, ethics and product quality attention.
  • Confer with Supervisor to report or resolve conditions affecting safety, product quality and/or efficiency.
  • Monitored and controlled process variables while maintaining product quality and desired rates.
  • Performed Lab sampling analysis to ensure product quality per customer specifications.
  • Monitor assigned area continuously for proper equipment operation and product quality.
  • Performed key process variables which impact product quality and consistency and understood how to control and troubleshoot them.
  • Comply with all departmental, site-wide, and corporate quality policies and procedures to ensure consistent product quality.
  • Collected samples of products and conducted quality control tests to ensure that product quality standards were met.
  • Trouble shoot process, product quality, safety, and environmental problems and identify equipment requiring maintenance.
  • Monitor and control plant operations and resolve any product quality disputes or issues that may arise.
  • Followed standard procedures to formulate, react, and lend materials to get final product quality.
  • Control product quality through communicating item damage or off spec condition that exist to QC.
  • Collected and analyzed samples using lab methods and equipment in order to verify product quality.
  • Manage several processes from the control room to maintain product quality and meet production demands.
  • Perform in-process and final product quality checks to assure product is 100% within specification.
  • Analyzed corn syrup reactant at diverse stages of its chemical response to guarantee product quality.
  • Performed Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) measures to guarantee product quality.
  • Check for conform to product quality requirements to report it on the computer.
  • Perform laboratory testing on raw materials to process for product quality control.

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24. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Assisted Engineering with developing new processes to reduce cost and improve work flow by running experimental test cases.

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25. FDA

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Here's how FDA is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Developed excellent documentation skills as per FDA and company protocols.
  • Follow strict FDA regulations in producing pharmaceuticals.
  • Operate safely and independently, complying with strict guidance from FDA, OSHA, EPA, DOT and other regulatory agencies.
  • Contribute to audit readiness as well as participating in quality audits with the FDA and other Regulatory Agencies, and customers.
  • Record and maintain batch records in compliance with BOP and GMP standards while maintaining FDA and EPA compliant.
  • Authored corrective action and preventive action reports for compliance with company safety and FDA guidelines.
  • Use of touch screen system to operate the FDA lanes for exiting drums/ Lane Selection.
  • Perform chemical tests on products to ensure conformance and specification according FDA and DEA regulations.
  • Adhered to FDA regulations to ensure the integrity of the product was not jeopardized.
  • Maintain batch records for Quality Control, FDA, and EPA.
  • Gained knowledge of various EPA, FDA and DOT regulations.
  • Required to maintain records to comply with FDA regulatory requirements.
  • Assisted in formulating product development batches for FDA submission.
  • Maintained process documentation per FDA and EPA regulations.
  • Experienced in FDA documentation and batch record use.
  • Weighed raw material in FDA regulated environment.
  • Produced various submission lots for FDA approval.
  • Operated under guidelines of the FDA.
  • Clean work area to FDA specifications.
  • Follow FDA and DEA guidelines.

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26. Waste Water

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Here's how Waste Water is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Received continuous training and passed annual examinations to maintain equivalent reciprocal certification for waste water treatment operators.
  • Operated the Reverse Osmosis Unit that extract product from a waste water stream using high pressure filtration.
  • Operated sophisticated and unique automated computer systems, piping systems, valves and waste water treatment equipment.
  • Complete checklists every four hours to ensure chillers, boilers and waste water systems are working efficiently.
  • Worked in production the first 11 years and the last 11 years as a boiler/waste water treatment operator
  • Waste Water Treatment - 25,000 gallon tank on a routine basis prior to sending to City.
  • Performed chemical testing as required on raw materials, cooling water, and waste water.
  • Operated the Control Room to monitor the processing of waste water and liquid waste.
  • Perform locations waste water duties / Ran Reactors(making of product).
  • Verify waste water meets specs before sending to the city waste water plant.
  • Controlled and monitored the Plant Waste Water System and site-wide Air Scrubber processes.
  • Processed and tested all samples and performed waste water treatment on site.
  • Monitor Waste water system as well as cooling tower to small boiler.
  • Established a fundamental knowledge of operating the DAF to remove waste water.
  • Handled hazardous waste including materials and waste water involved in the processes.
  • Treated acquired plant waste water to eliminate suspended solids and zinc.
  • Treated waste water in compliance with EPA standards and safety regulations.
  • Monitor and maintain chemical levels in waste water treatment system.
  • Calibrate PH meter and run PH's on waste water.
  • Transfer hazardous waste to vessels or waste water truck.

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27. Final Product

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Here's how Final Product is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Set up labeling equipment for final product packaging and maintain label accountability.
  • Perform chemical operator duties that include the delicate handling of Polyurethanes and Adhesives beginning with raw materials through to final product.
  • Used in-depth knowledge of process and equipment to train new employees for better understanding of steps to make final product.
  • Assist engineers with making final product designs, install equipment, and train new employees on product line processes.
  • Handled preventative and repair maintenance on lab equipment and packaged final product as well as handled quality control testing.
  • Participate in the review and disposition of non-conforming raw materials, in-process materials, and final products.
  • Worked in conjunction with Process Specialist and Quality Control to make sure final product is in specification.
  • Monitored kettles as the product was cooked and cool to ensure final product was within specifications.
  • Tested the process fluids and final products to ensure the highest quality standards were maintained.
  • Test final product for thermal conductivity and thickness using a Fox Heat Flow Meter.
  • Cooled and crystallized final product before drying, milling, sieving and packaging.
  • Stored final product in warehouse as well as assisted in various warehouse duties.
  • Centrifuge process, sampling, dryer operation, chemical charge, discharge final product
  • Removed and staged final products to next process area by using a forklift.
  • Take raw material, final product, air monitoring and waste stream samples.
  • Performed in the sampling of in process materials and final product analysis.
  • Utilize proper PPE for personal protection and contamination control of final products.
  • Used stand up and sit down Forklift to transport contained final product.
  • Treat and dry to final product package and take by forklift to ship
  • Handled day to day operations of the final product in the plant.

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28. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Performed process sampling and documentation, preventative maintenance and documentation using computer software to track all aspects of plant maintenance.
  • Performed minor repairs, improvements and preventative maintenance utilizing appropriate procedures, processes and disciplines.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on process equipment and coordinate with maintenance department for repair as needed.
  • Maintained weekly and monthly preventative maintenance checks and services to ensure serviceability of equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on chemical silos and control room machinery parts.
  • Fulfilled daily unit inspections, lab samples and comprehensive preventative maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and servicing of rotating and operating equipment.
  • Assisted with preventative maintenance of mechanical and instrumentation equipment.
  • Perform waste/plant preventative maintenance & handling shipping/receiving duties.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on equipment and hard-lines.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and quality control checks.
  • Perform preventative maintenance checks on process equipment.
  • Completed periodic preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance @ troubleshooting.
  • Performed required preventative maintenance, assisted in troubleshooting potential issues, and gave assistance to others when unit problems occurred.
  • Learned and functioned as basic mechanic, which entailed oil changes and preventative maintenance on all powered mechanical equipment.
  • Conduct daily and weekly preventative maintenance to keep pipes and pumps free of any leaks or potential hazards.
  • Perform quality checks on all process equipment and prepare works orders for necessary repairs and preventative maintenance.
  • Record operating data/plant status, catch samples, and performing routine inspections and performing preventative maintenance.
  • Maintain water chemistry; perform daily operational tasks, and preventative maintenance as required.

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29. Chemical Plant

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Here's how Chemical Plant is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Qualified Operator carrying out the duties associated with a Clori-Alkilichemical plant.
  • Maintained operation in chemical plant producing resin.
  • Performed tasks associated with chemical plant operations.
  • Work as a member of a team operating a complex chemical plant in the production of chlorine, caustics and acids.
  • Supervised chemical plant systems, patrolled tanks, analyzed samples of products, and monitored the plant to ensure efficient production.
  • Gauge, sample, and carefully record all pertinent information needed in evaluating chemical plant conditions.
  • Experienced in using the most advanced machinery and tools used the in chemical plants.
  • Increase good working distiller units for reuse of raw products used in chemical plant.
  • Monitor the entire production process and make sure the chemical plant runs efficiently.
  • Reported to Operations Manager of this $50 Million chemical plant.
  • Operated a chemical plant to produce raw materials for electronics industry.
  • Operated at Specialty Chemical plant making polymer in Reactors and Towers.
  • Functioned as a high output performer in the chemical plant.
  • Completed daily tasks associated with running a chemical plant.
  • Performed tasks in bulk chemical plant (API).
  • Operate and maintain process equipment in chemical plant.
  • Experience in chemical plant oriented in bulk manufacturing.
  • Operated PLC state of the art chemical plants.
  • Maintained all equipment in the chemical plant.
  • Performed daily chemical plant status reports.

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30. Process Conditions

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Here's how Process Conditions is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Monitor resin batch process conditions and control systems equipment to maintain desired product quality.
  • Charged raw materials and monitored and optimized process conditions.
  • Recorded data including process conditions, instrument readings.
  • Monitored instruments recordings, flow meters, panel lights and listen for warning signals, to verify conformity of process conditions.
  • Record operating data such as process conditions, test results, and instrument readings, monitor gauges on equipment and tanks.
  • Maintain accurate record regarding batch making, raw materials, process conditions, test results, and instrument readings.
  • Monitor recording instruments, flow meters, panel lights and indicators in order to verify conformity of process conditions.
  • Performed ongoing lab analysis relative to product and adjust process conditions as needed to bring product to specification.
  • Listen for warning signals to verify conformity of process conditions to plant standards of safety and efficiency.
  • Monitor the performance of plant equipment and process conditions utilizing various instruments, gauges, and meters.
  • Place high priority on safety with respects to PPE, process conditions, and emergency response training.
  • Formulated solutions and mixtures of chemicals and interpreted test data and adjust process conditions as needed.
  • Monitor process conditions and product quality based on samples and feedback from quality control.
  • Listen for warning signals, in order to verify conformity of process conditions.
  • Monitored process conditions, equipment and control systems and makes adjustments as necessary.
  • Operate and check process equipment, monitor process conditions and control systems.
  • Monitored process conditions to create a high quality and cost efficient product.
  • Conform to quality standards through lab testing and adjusting process conditions.
  • Recorded data including process conditions, test results and instrument readings.
  • Maintained and monitored the process conditions and process equipment.

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31. Equipment Units

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Here's how Equipment Units is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Controlled equipment units and systems that processed chemical substances into various industrial and consumer products.
  • Tended equipment units and semiautomatic system that processes chemical substances into pharmaceutical bulk products.
  • Tended to equipment units that processed chemical substances into industrial or consumer products.
  • Dumped specific amounts of solid material into heating vessels and blending tanks, fed liquid and gaseous materials through equipment units.
  • Started manual feed of solid and semisolid materials through equipment units, such as heating vessels and mixing tanks.
  • Weighed, mixed and loaded raw materials into equipment units and managed controls to regulate machine performance.
  • Started feed of materials through equipment units (Atmospheric Chemical Reactor), i.e.
  • Turned valves to feed liquid and gaseous materials through equipment units.
  • Loaded materials through equipment units and managed controls to regulate feeds.

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32. Distillation Columns

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Here's how Distillation Columns is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Performed daily operations, maintenance, and process modifications of pilot-plant scale trickle bed catalytic reactor systems and distillation columns.
  • Experience with high pressure and high temperature processes utilizing distillation columns, various chemical reactors, and chemical solidification equipment.
  • Monitored and operated computer integrated oil distillation columns and stills.
  • Operated equipment used in pharmaceutical production, including distillation columns.
  • Delivered 24/7 on-call support for cryogenic distillation columns.
  • Operate batch chemical operations and distillation columns.
  • Batch and continuous process including distillation columns.
  • Operated distillation columns and deposition reactors.
  • Separated chemicals through distillation columns.
  • Performed daily operations involving the production of various chemicals using reactors, distillation columns, centrifuges, pressure filters, etc.
  • Wash and rinse reactors* Operate distillation columns, using Delta V, to recover solvents used in the chemical process.
  • Experienced in the operation of reactors, vessels, centrifuges, rotary dryers, spherical dryers and distillation columns.
  • Operate R53, Wonder War, Delta V, Distillation columns, Thin Film Evaporator, and Still.
  • Worked for 23years as a Chemical Process Operator, operating all types of chemical reactors and distillation columns.
  • Maintained correct temperature, flows, levels, and pressures on process distillation columns and reactors using DCS.
  • Operate distillation columns including packed and various tray types to separate and purify chemicals.
  • Maintain pumps, reactors, distillation columns, take readings and pull samples.
  • Operate distillation columns, lipid strippers, and extraction system from DeltaV console.
  • Gained experience with furnaces, distillation columns, and large furnace gas compressors.
  • Worked with multiple distillation columns, fluidized hydrogenation and deposition reactors and scrubber.

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33. Chemical Products

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Here's how Chemical Products is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Assisted Chemists and Chemical Engineers in researching, developing and producing chemical products for private companies specializing in scientific research.
  • Maintained and executed understanding of processes and equipment necessary to make final chemical products.
  • Controlled and operated chemical polymer reactor to achieve quality chemical products for other industries.
  • Filled shipping containers and assisted in packaging operations and prepared chemical products for shipment.
  • Processed chemical products using batch sheet, ensuring accuracy and duplication of procedure.
  • Operated and controlled equipment for the manufacturing of chemical products.
  • Manufactured industrial chemical products for the plastics industry.
  • Process chemical products according to processing guidelines.
  • Manufacture chemical products according to specifications.
  • Manufacture and package chemical products.
  • Formulated, batched, blended, coated, milled, mixed, and weighed raw materials to produce chemical products.
  • Operated and monitored the machines meters to gauge the temperatures while maintaining 100% quality of the chemical products.
  • Mixed, measured, and weighed raw chemicals into the machines maintaining 100% quality of the chemical products.
  • Control and monitor machinery used to manufacture chemical products including pharmaceuticals, plastics, paints, cosmetics and toiletries.
  • Dumped dry chemical products into reactors to produce a pressure treatment product and ran lab samples and field operations.
  • Assisted in the operations, safety and environmental matters related to the shipment of chemical products.
  • Participated in the mixing and production of chemical products both individually and as a team.
  • Control and monitor the machinery that is used to manufacture chemical products and bulk production.
  • Receive, store, and issue chemical products using forklifts or pallet jacks.
  • Mixed chemical products together to meet customer specifications on the orders they requested.

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34. Instrument Readings

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Here's how Instrument Readings is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Recorded and compiled operating data, instrument readings, documentation and results of laboratory analyses.
  • Operate the control boards, often checking instrument readings and making adjustments to regulate various aspects, including temperature and pressure.
  • Observed and compared colors and consistencies of products to instrument readings and to laboratory and standard test results.
  • Reviewed test results, chemical analysis and instrument readings to validate regulation and process of products.
  • Operated the board monitoring meter and instrument readings, making adjustments to maintain a process flow.
  • Checked instrument readings and made adjustments when necessary while completing process batch records.
  • Checked meter instrument readings and made adjustments when necessary.
  • Monitored and recorded instrument readings and test results.
  • Recorded data including test results, instrument readings.
  • Charge raw materials / Record Instrument readings
  • Keep track of instrument readings.
  • Monitor the operation and take theRequired instrument readings and make the required process adjustments.
  • keep track of trends and instrument readings to ensure quality of batches.

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35. Tank Levels

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Here's how Tank Levels is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Documented tank levels, gauge readings, routine operation of area and equipment, hourly performance, including maintenance issues.
  • Clean equipment; Maintain log books of equipment and tank levels of both raw materials and the holding tanks.
  • Monitor tank levels and process instrumentation; perform adjustments as required to ensure all plant systems are operating properly.
  • Monitor controls process boards (Delta V) and tank levels (Fuel Manager) in day-to-day plant operations.
  • Maintained and certified Caustic and Bleach tank levels using lab quality control equipment and logging daily inspection readings.
  • Supervised batch reaction process ensuring tank levels, temperatures, and all equipment were in optimal operating ranges.
  • Perform checks on panel boards, tank levels, pumps, valves, hoses and unit processing gauges.
  • Control and monitor tank levels, valves, PH, temps, etc., and make adjustments accordingly.
  • Defrosted frozen valves, using steam hoses and gauged tank levels, using calibrated rods.
  • Monitored tank levels, temperatures, flow rates, various pressures, etc.
  • Check all tank levels and verify with management for upcoming production schedule.
  • Monitor temperatures, pH levels, flow rates, and tank levels.
  • Monitored tank levels containing various acid blends and molten sulfur.
  • Retained tank levels and flow rates to meet water demand.
  • Maintain tank levels, pumps, and chemical lines.
  • Check chemical tank levels using measuring rods.
  • Monitor tank levels and temperatures.
  • Purchased equipment and chemicals as needed.Used calibrated rods to gauge tank levels.
  • Maintained adequate water storage tank levels and pressures to meet water demand.
  • Gauge tank levels,using calibrated rods.

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36. Msds

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Here's how Msds is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Monitored stock levels and ensured all materials were protected in accordance with Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and PCP.
  • Followed SOP and MSDS specifications to operate an acid distillation process to reclaim, mix, and store hazardous chemicals.
  • Ensured that an MSDS form is enclosed with chemicals that are received or on file before delivering.
  • Complied with safety precautions listed in the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
  • Demonstrate acceptable level of understanding of Hazardous Material Handling as explained in MSDS.
  • Trained in the application of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
  • Read and understand MSDS sheets, retrieves MSDS sheets when necessary.
  • Transport hazardous material to warehouse and properly store according to MSDS.
  • Packaged product, used hazard and MSDS labels for shipping.
  • Maintain MSDS files and warehousing of chemicals according to MSDS.
  • Followed all safety protocols as given by MSDS.
  • Calibrate chemicals and MSDS Safety.
  • Trained in OI, SOP, GMP, PID, MSDS, HAZOP, LIMS, internal/external and Divisional Audits.
  • Follow safety rules and procedures as well MSDS guidelines including wearing required PPE.
  • Performed MSDS lookup as required.
  • Obtained MSDS training and operated the forklift to transport materials to "shipping" department.
  • Utilized MSDS, SOPs, Ols, and plant process documentation.

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37. Control Board

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Here's how Control Board is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Lead control board operator and field operator specializing in the unloading and loading of hazardous chemical.
  • Compared readings of the process variables at the control board with fieldwork area.
  • Operated control board and various other duties affiliated with direct job duties.
  • Operate control boards, Honeywell Systems, and semi-automatic equipment.
  • Oversee control Board Operator, troubleshooting process upsets.
  • Work close with control board operators.
  • Operated a control board that blends and mixes different cement additives for downhole pressure pumping services.
  • Operated panelboards, control boards, and semi-automatic equipment.
  • Operate panelboards, control boards and semi- automatic equipment.
  • Operate panel boards an control boards to mix chemicals.

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38. Heat Exchangers

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Here's how Heat Exchangers is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Acquired skills include the operation and monitoring of plant equipment such as pumps, heat exchangers and refrigeration machines.
  • Operate reactors, heat exchangers, pumps, mixers, filtration devices, automated packaging stations, etc.
  • Performed field operations, associated with the reactors, centrifugal pumps, heat exchangers and associated lines.
  • Operated reactors, distillation towers, phase separators, heat exchangers, DCS and PLC systems.
  • Operated pumps, tanks, incinerators, boilers, heat exchangers, etc.
  • Work with industrial equipment (heat exchangers, decanters).
  • Worked with heat exchangers of a wide variety and size.
  • Monitor heat exchangers and chiller flows.
  • Use continuous reaction, pumps, valves, heat exchangers, filters, etc.
  • Performed cleaning and maintenance of screeners, and heat exchangers in the casting floor area of plant.
  • Opened, cleaned and assembled heat exchangers to cool glycol and/or water to make product.
  • operated both manual, and automatic valves, pumps, condensers, heat exchangers.
  • Operate Pumps, Valves, Reactors, Reflux Condensers and Heat Exchangers etc.
  • Experienced all of the chemical manufacturing processes including: Heat exchangers.

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39. QC

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Here's how QC is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Perform various transactions in SAP to issue raw materials to batches and report finished batches for disposition by QC lab.
  • Work with QC for planning and scheduling sample times, Work with QA on deviations and scheduling bay inspections.
  • Clean room and equipment per SOP and notify TL and QC to check and sign off.
  • Collected samples for QC lab always Clean work area and work safely, use forklift daily.
  • Coordinate activities and distribute instructions from QC personnel to all Process Operators as directed by supervisors.
  • Provide the QC lab with batch samples as instructed by formula cards for quality disposition.
  • Make adjustments on all batches of pH and specific gravity per results from QC lab.
  • Collect process samples and submit them to the QC lab with all required information.
  • Evaluate data and take the appropriate action to control the process utilizing SQC/SPC tools.
  • Radio QC to come take sample and then weighed, tagged and documented.
  • Delivered process samples to on-site QC lab prior to releasing to Draw-off department.
  • Prepare, identify and transport samples of materials to QC personnel for testing.
  • Started with QC/QA making sure material coming in was not off spec.
  • Drum out QC tanks with product and place on storage shelving units.
  • Pulled QC test samples and delivered to laboratory for checking of compounds.
  • Sampled chemical batches in process and at final stage for QC analysis.
  • Recorded each batch made in Excel sheets with each QCP parameter.
  • Sample and test product streams and communicate directly with QA/QC lab.
  • Recorded and communicated batch adjustments as well as required QC testing.
  • Take sample to QC to make sure product is in spec

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40. EPA

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Here's how EPA is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Prepared and monitored initiations for use in polymerization and monitored flow rates and assisted in operation problem solving as needed.
  • Reviewed, consolidated and prepared technical, personnel and administrative reports associated with POL and water activities in assigned unit.
  • Experienced in a clean room environment where duties were to segregate intermediate pharmaceuticals in preparation for human consumption.
  • Perform Chemical Mixing and Packaging Chemical Preparation Safety Team lead Operation Operate Forklifts and other Various Equipment
  • Experience in preparing and analyzing reporting important data for management accurately and to timescales.
  • Entered toxic areas with personal protective equipment removing pumps and minor maintenance repairs.
  • Assisted in preparing presentations and provided training opportunities regarding changes in safety protocol.
  • Assisted laboratory personnel in preparing new or revised manufacturing and QA procedures.
  • Prepare shift operational reports and provide information to supervisors.
  • Report to Inventory Control any suspected inventory discrepancies.
  • Team orientated position who interacts with many departments.
  • Performed monomer preparation and monitored polymer reaction processes.
  • Repair breakdowns quickly to maintain operating efficiency.
  • Generate maintenance request for process equipment repairs.
  • Compile and prepare reports and documents for employees/supervisor
  • Maintained and repaired instruments and machinery.
  • Prepare buffers and reconstitute pharmaceutical intermediate.
  • Prepare batches following production procedures.
  • Repaired and replaced damaged equipment.
  • Prepare solutions necessary for granulation.

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41. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Performed cleaning and validation of glassware and calibrated laboratory test equipment and production equipment.
  • Follow accurately oral & written procedures in operating production equipment & performing Processing steps.
  • Coordinated preventive maintenance on existing and new production equipment, including routine calibration.
  • Maintained, calibrated, and operated various chemical testing and production equipment.
  • Clean production equipment and inform supervisors of any necessary repairs.
  • Operated production equipment that involved heavy equipment and machinery.
  • Perform minor maintenance activities on production equipment.
  • Analyzed productivity of production equipment.
  • Set up, operate and clean production equipment used to produce intermediate or finished products for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients.
  • Perform continuous operation and product change cleaning, including breakdowns, sterilization, and assembly of all production equipment.
  • Operate production equipment such as reactors, solvent pumps centrifuges and tumbler dryers in the use of production products.
  • Performed general production tasks such as receiving and logging of raw materials and maintenance of production equipment.
  • Set up and prepare production equipment and accurately measure and calculate the weight of raw materials.
  • Maintain a wide range of production equipment s involved in the manufacturing of aluminum cans production.
  • Operated production equipment in accordance with GMP, safety procedures, and standard operating procedures.
  • Operate hand or power tools, forklifts, computers, and production equipment.
  • Operated production equipment in accordance with established standard operating procedures (SOP).
  • Set up and operate production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices.
  • Performed routine maintenance on production equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Perform cleaning procedures for all production equipment used in the mixing process.

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42. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Operated and maintained Computer Automated and PLC controlled equipment in a process that manufactured toner.
  • Operate sophisticated PLC controlled equipment.
  • Interpret chemical reactions visible through sight glasses or on television monitors and review laboratory reports for process adjustments on PLC.
  • Train and develop capacity for entering and retrieving data using the Ross computer system and PLC.
  • Use of PLC to transfer and filter batches by activating the appropriate valves and pumps.
  • Operated 2000 gallon PLC controlled distillation reactors to remove solvent from extracted spices.
  • Reclaimed off spec products * Daily use of PLC to control equipment.
  • Used HPLC, GC and pH Meter for raw material qualifications.
  • Operated and controlled 500-1000kg batch processes using HMI-PLC.
  • Resolved PLC, server, and system errors.
  • Monitor chemical levels and dosing times via PLC.
  • Work with Honeywell PLC systems.
  • Analyze lab samples using HPLC machine, PH, glucose, and LOD (Loss on Drying) meter.
  • Run in process samples such as titration machines, centrifuges, GC's, HPLC's, and color analysis's.
  • Performed quality control analyses using HPLC, Karl Fischer, pH readings, and Thin-Layer Chromatography to complete in-process quality testing.
  • Worked with pumps, process water, steam lines, valves, compressors, hydraulics, pneumatic cylinders and Plc controls.
  • Operate pumps, electrical controls, pressure/temperature recorders, valves, plc controls, and various types of chemicals.
  • Verified chemstation report results, area percent reports, used scales and PLC touchscreens to operate mixer process.
  • Work with SAP, Maxximo, Computer Programs, PLC'S and Delta V Control Station.
  • Operate PLCs for set-ups, take readings for pressure, temperature, and process flows.

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43. Necessary Adjustments

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Here's how Necessary Adjustments is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Interpret results of process control analysis and make necessary adjustments to optimize plant performance.
  • Make necessary adjustments and report any discrepancies to engineers and maintenance.
  • Make necessary adjustments to recipes and production machinery as needed.
  • Report deviations/make necessary adjustments directed by chief operator/supervisor.
  • Maintained control settings and made necessary adjustments on equipment to control speeds of chemical reactions, quality, and yields.
  • Monitor machine operations to detect any problems; make necessary adjustments to correct problems.
  • Record findings and make necessary adjustments to assure proper potency and reaction of chemicals.
  • Make necessary adjustments to recipes and production machinery as needed for handling and applying hazardous materials.
  • Operate auxiliary plant equipment locally, making necessary adjustments safety and efficiency.

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44. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Trained others in operating process control systems including formaldehyde plant
  • Manipulated equipment controlled by Delta Control Systems.
  • Operated and monitored computer control systems.
  • Trained new employees in all phases of powdered control systems and distillations.
  • Worked with water control systems and Effluent to sample and maintain operations.
  • Use of Delta V and Honeywell TDC3000 operating control systems.
  • Adjust control systems based on process and lab sample data.
  • Check and operate equipment using Delta-V control systems.
  • Utilized Data Control Systems to maintain process.
  • Utilize process control systems such as ABB, Allen Bradley, Siemens, and Yokogawa instrument and instrument controls.
  • Monitor control systems and secondary readings to insure all equipment meets safety standards and operating SOPs.
  • Utilized Yokogawa production control systems to blend batches for shipment.
  • Operated control systems to all incoming and outgoing wastewater tanks.
  • Developed knowledge of control systems and chemical regulations.Tow motor,over head crane,computer entry.

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45. Product Samples

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Here's how Product Samples is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Collect and analyze various product samples to ensure production is within specifications and adjust equipment as necessary.
  • Performed in process laboratory testing of both intermediate and finished product samples.
  • Draw raw materials and finished product samples, conduct lab testing for quality control on finished products.
  • Record operational data, test product samples, and inspect equipment to detect leaks or malfunctions.
  • Collected product samples by turning bleeder valves and by lowering containers into tanks to obtain samples.
  • Analyze chemical reactions and product samples to identify implications, effects and results.
  • Conduct lab tests and inspection of product samples insuring quality and yields.
  • Pull product samples from reactors; Stencil label wrap and stack product.
  • Perform various analysis on product samples throughout stages of the process.
  • Draw product samples and perform tests to ensure product meets specifications.
  • Collect product samples and assist the lab technicians with samples analyzing.
  • Take product samples for lab testing, quality and adjustments.
  • Created and attached labels to produce product samples.
  • Pulled product samples and monitored magnets as needed.
  • Pull product samples and perform lab testing.
  • Retrieved product samples for quality testing.
  • Collected and analyzed UF6 product samples.
  • Tested product samples for chemical characteristics PH levels and send them to laboratory for testing Specific Achievements & Community Service
  • Performed in process analytical analysis on product samples for quality assurance.
  • Work with Quality Control laboratory to ensure that bulk mix and finished/packaged product samples are collected in a timely fashion.

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46. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Certified fork lift and JLG operator, CPR, fire school certificates and confined space training, and on the ERT.
  • Maintained working knowledge and training on confine space procedures, CPR training, fire training, and monthly testing.
  • Certified in Basic Life Saving Techniques including: First Aid, CPR and AED usage.
  • Fork lift trained and CPR certified for search and rescue team.
  • Certified and trained by Red Cross in First aid / CPR.
  • Maintain certification of training in first aid and CPR.
  • Obtained both CPR and AED certification.
  • Certified in CPR, LOTO, Opacity, confined space, hot work, line breaking.
  • Certified in CPR, First Aid, SCBA, and Fork Lift.
  • Fire Fighting, CPR, First Aid and HAZWOPER certified.
  • Certified inCPR, first aid, confined space rescue, serve as a back up shift supervisor when needed.
  • Have had Fire Hose, Fire Monitor Training, Fire Extinguisher Training and CPR Training.
  • SAP info entry experience.Trained in search and rescue, CPR, Emergency response.
  • Trained as a First Responder and in CPR.
  • Received CPR and First Responder Certification.
  • Lead member of the Confined Space Rescue Team, RCRA, CPR, Forklift, Lockout/Tagout.
  • Trained in 1st aid, cpr, Aed.
  • Cleared damaged items and loaded freight.WeldingRowan-Cabarrus Community College - Salisbury, NCPresident of the welding club.3.5 GPA.

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47. Flow Meters

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Here's how Flow Meters is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Monitor recording instruments like flow meters or other indicators.
  • Executed direct monitoring of gauges, recording instruments, flow meters, and products to ensure the maintenance of specified conditions.
  • General maintenance of equipment such as pumps, centrifuge, reactors, piping and the calibrations of flow meters and equipment.
  • Monitor flow meters, and listen for warning signals to verify that the product remains steady and constant.
  • Operated equipment such as pH meters level, flow meters and collected process samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Have working knowledge of components such as valves, pumps, timers, & flow meters.
  • Manipulate and monitor pumping systems and flow meters to ensure correct mixture and safe operation.
  • Program and operate electronic balances, flow meters, controllers and PLC equipment.
  • Monitored gauges, recording instruments, and flow meters.
  • Read flow meters, temperature and pressure gauges.
  • Performed decontamination of piping, maintenance of pumps, flow meters, temperature gages, maintain clean work area etc.
  • Gained proficient knowledge of small-scale pump systems, fluid control valves, flow meters, flow controllers, and Swagelok.
  • Monitor gauges, recording instruments, flow meters, or products to ensure that specified conditions are maintained.
  • Monitored gages, flow meters to ensure that specified conditions are maintained.

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48. Panel Lights

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Here's how Panel Lights is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Monitor process equipment by observing instruments, panel lights, and other indicators.
  • Monitor recording instruments, flow meters, panel lights and other indicators.
  • Check panel lights to be sure they are working correctly.
  • Monitored recording instruments, flow meters, panel lights.
  • Monitored recording instruments, flowmeters, panel lights.

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49. Production Process

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Here's how Production Process is used in Chemical Operator jobs:
  • Experience executing technical inspections in the production process.
  • Oversee the entire production process of a given facility, to manage both the workers and the equipment within the plant.
  • Partner with supervisor in making recommendations to modify existing procedures, instructions and batch logs within the assigned production processes.
  • Collect and perform chemical analysis on samples taken throughout the production process via the use of GC and HPLC instruments.
  • Sample temperatures and pH readings for making necessary chemical adjustments and addition of raw materials in the production process.
  • Monitored production processes to ensure the highest safety standards which contributed to plant reaching the Million Hours safety level.
  • Inspect the equipment before the production process begins to ensure that they are set up correctly.
  • Work directly with management and co-workers to help drive improvements in the chemical production process.
  • Followed Lean Six Sigma (LSS) environmental performance by removing variation from production processes.
  • Set up and prepared machinery for production process to produce chemicals including acids and powders.
  • Reported problems with the production process or equipment to shift managers and maintenance engineers.
  • Monitored production processes for temperature, pressure, length of process and safety operations.
  • Monitor chemical ingredients, ratios and reactions to ensure production process runs efficiently.
  • Performed quality check on all raw materials during the production process per quality.
  • Load and rotate raw materials throughout the entire production process from storage.
  • Produced chemical substances by setting-up, operating, and controlling production processes.
  • Monitor all aspects of the production process from preparation to product recovery.
  • Assist with applicable chemical production processes according to written work instructions.
  • Operated equipment and production processes in order to meet demand compliance.
  • Operate and adjust various pieces of equipment in the production process.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Chemical Operator

Safety Procedures14.1%
Raw Materials12.3%
Chemical Reactors9.5%
Lab Analysis7.5%
Hazardous Materials6.5%
Emergency Situations5.1%
Chemical Process4.8%
Personal Protective Equipment4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Chemical Operator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
10.2%
10.2%
2
2
Raw Materials
Raw Materials
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Chemical Reactors
Chemical Reactors
6.8%
6.8%
4
4
Lab Analysis
Lab Analysis
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Chemical Process
Chemical Process
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Osha
Osha
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
New Operators
New Operators
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Tank Trucks
Tank Trucks
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
DCS
DCS
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Hazmat
Hazmat
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Storage Tanks
Storage Tanks
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
Process Equipment
Process Equipment
2%
2%
17
17
Batch Records
Batch Records
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Rail Cars
Rail Cars
1.8%
1.8%
19
19
Control Room
Control Room
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Batch Sheets
Batch Sheets
1.7%
1.7%
21
21
GMP
GMP
1.7%
1.7%
22
22
Supervisory Personnel
Supervisory Personnel
1.6%
1.6%
23
23
Product Quality
Product Quality
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Test Cases
Test Cases
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
FDA
FDA
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Waste Water
Waste Water
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Final Product
Final Product
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Chemical Plant
Chemical Plant
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Process Conditions
Process Conditions
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Equipment Units
Equipment Units
1%
1%
32
32
Distillation Columns
Distillation Columns
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Chemical Products
Chemical Products
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Instrument Readings
Instrument Readings
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Tank Levels
Tank Levels
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Msds
Msds
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Control Board
Control Board
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Heat Exchangers
Heat Exchangers
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
QC
QC
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
EPA
EPA
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
PLC
PLC
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Necessary Adjustments
Necessary Adjustments
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Control Systems
Control Systems
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Product Samples
Product Samples
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
CPR
CPR
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
Flow Meters
Flow Meters
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Panel Lights
Panel Lights
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Production Process
Production Process
0.7%
0.7%

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