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Safety Intern in Fort Worth (76106) at ITW Food Equipment Group

Date Posted: 6/10/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Assess energy sources on machinery and equipment for the purpose of developing machine specific Lockout/Tagout procedures with the support of maintenance personnel and under the guidance and training of the EHS Manager. Flexible schedule.

  • Determine type and location of energy sources on machinery and equipment with the input and support from maintenance personnel
  • Determine method of safely de-energizing machinery and equipment for the purpose of maintenance and repair, in compliance with OSHA standard for Hazardous Energy Control
  • Photograph machine and energy source(s)
  • Then document with photo, energy sources, and methods of de-energization on Lockout/Tagout Procedure template.
  • Convert machine specific procedures from MS Word to pdf
  • Track progress on completion on Excel spreadsheet

Job Requirements

EDUCATION

       Junior or Senior level in an Engineering major, preferably Industrial Engineering

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

·        Intermediate MS Word and Excel skills

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must be able to:

       Perform activities including bending, stooping, standing, walking

       Stand and walk from six (6) to eight (8) to hours per day

       Climb up and down stairs four (4) to six (6) times per day

       Operate common office equipment, i.e. PC, phone, copier, printer, fax

       Operate camera (photos)

       Work in climate controlled environment

 

ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS (ITW)

Since its founding more than 100 years ago, ITW has become one of the world’s leading diversified manufacturers of specialized industrial equipment, consumables, and related service businesses. We place a high premium on the development of innovative solutions–most of which are developed in tandem with our customers. And we continue to ensure that our customers receive timely, cost-effective service for the innovative products we provide.

 

ITW’s differentiated business model is comprised of a set of unique core capabilities: our proprietary 80/20 business process, customer-focused innovation, and our well-known decentralized entrepreneurial culture. While we own many global businesses, these capabilities are unmistakably ITW—and key to our longevity and strong performance.

 

About the Traulsen Brand

Traulsen has long been known as the premier name in refrigeration for the foodservice market. That reputation is grounded in a long history of delivering products designed and built to the highest possible standards of performance, quality and durability in the industry.

 

Over the years, Traulsen has constantly expanded the range of top-of-the-line refrigeration for the worldwide food equipment market, with refrigeration offerings that include reach-ins, roll-ins, undercounters, blast chillers, prep tables, dual temperature units, heated cabinets, merchandisers and specialty applications drawn from customer requests, many of which become part of our mainstream product line. It’s all based on a corporate philosophy that it takes quality to make quality—and quality creates value for the long run

ITW Food Equipment Group is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

If you are a qualified individual with a Disability and are unable or limited in your ability to use or access the online application system process due to your disability, please contact 817-740-6747 for information on how to contact us directly.

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