Was a good place to work due to friendly co-workers
Loader Operator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 24 October 2016
I got to work, the first thing I did was grab a coffee. Then I would talk to co-workers about whaat they did the night before or the weekend. I would also talk to the operator I was taking over for about what the mill was doing and where I had to put the pipe that was work in progress and the doubles. he would also give me the load sheet that had the trailer he was loading on it. Then I went out to the loader and did my daily walk around and wrote up the loader inspection sheet. Then I would go find the partial trailer I was to load first. The I started clearing the work in progress skid or the prime pipe skid, which ever had more pipe on it. Then I would fill up the skid that was going inside to keep everyone busy inside. I had to go into the scale and compare my paper work to the computer to make sure everything matched. I did that in the morning, at lunch and at the end of my shift. I did a shift report for 3 other operators plus myself and filled out my yard movement sheet and took it inside to hand it all in to management. I didn"t deal with management on a daily basis. Just when they had some more work me to do. When they did I went in the office with a smile and did what they want me to do. I did it well and quickly.
Pipe inspector (Current Employee) – Camrose, AB – 7 May 2016
working for cnh was very enjoyable coworkers were great very safety alerted company had the highest safety record learned how to do many kids of things while employed there like welding running many different types of machinery and tools learning how to make build and weld many different types of farm machinery co-workers were great always ready to work and learn admit when they did something wrong and corrected the issue worked great as a team as for management would of been nicer if they were more involved with the workers and understood what are jobs were and intitled the most enjoyable part of the job was learning more new and different things all the time the hardest part of the job was when it got real hot inside but we managed and pushed through
operator one (Former Employee) – calgary ab – 28 August 2015
arrive to evraz , put my PPE, check my card time, receive instructions about production by the lead head, set my machine check regular maintenance, change or fix tools, clean my area work check all time the quality of the product
Premium Operator One (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 13 June 2015
Pay is good especially with all the overtime given but the managers and supervisor can be pricks all the time. Especially the supervisor, since he expects you to always find something to do even if it's not your job tittle.
Baskets of fruits is given for breakfast every morning.