Pros: being able to attend safety training's, company luncheons, bonuses and safety award champions
Cons: short lunch brake and sometimes the forklift would be out service for a prolonged period
My typical day would consist of clocking in, attending the morning meeting, discussing and reviewing the topic of the meeting. After the meeting I would set a couple of minutes aside and I would plan out my day. I would call all of my bay and lead men to see if they needed anything, before I started pulling a job down from our inventory. What I learned was how to prioritized and attention to details and to work as safely as possible. I also learned that there's a great magnitude of mentors within the company. What i have learned about the management is that any person within the company will go above and beyond to help an employee, weather its constructive criticism or hands on example. I enjoyed every minute working along side any and every Exterran employee. The hardest part of my job was when we were short on material and we were unable to give to the shop floor. The most enjoyable part of my job was seen units leave the facility.