Sanitation (Food Safety Sanitor)
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Albertville, AL 35950
Sanitation Workers needed in Albertville The sanitation worker is a member of a cleaning crew whose duties are to clean and sanitize food, beverage, and/or drug processing plants, which are operated by the employer’s customers, to meet Quality Control and Bacterial Standards imposed by the customer and applicable governmental agencies, such as the USDA. The cleaning crew is required to completely clean and sanitize the plant quickly and efficiently during relatively short time periods between the plant’s normal production shifts, which typically requires that the sanitation worker work during late evenings/night/early morning shifts (specific work shift to be determined by the supervisor). The sanitation worker is required to work in an environment that is wet, very humid, and undergoes extreme temperature changes, from very hot to very cold. Due to the changing environment, a worker must constantly be aware of the affects of these changes. The sanitation worker will also be working around large processing equipment in which chemicals will be used to complete the sanitation process. The sanitation worker must be able to work as a team along with other members of the crew, under stressful conditions, and be flexible and willing to perform varying tasks per the supervisor’s instructions and in accordance with all safety guidelines mandated by the employer. Skills: Job requirements a) Frequently lift/move hoses, equipment, chemical containers weighing 20-80 lbs. throughout each and every work shift. b) Assist in transporting heavy equipment with forklifts or other devices. c) Wear employer-specified protective gear, including three pairs of gloves, face/eye shields, aprons, boots, etc. (some of which to be supplied by employer). d) Exposure to chemical cleaning solution (with protective gear). e) Perform varying tasks while standing, lifting, crouching, etc. during long periods of time. f) Perform all tasks safely and in a manner that will not create or pose a direct threat to the health and/or safety of the sanitation worker or any other person.