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Manager Plant

Location:
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Salary:
120,000
Posted:
May 13, 2019

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Kenneth Barrows

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Melrose Park, IL. 60164

Cell: 630-***-****

E-Mail: ac9c9e@r.postjobfree.com

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Aug. 2009 to Present

Givaudan Flavors

EHS/Maintenance/Operations Manager

Identify company safety training needs, develop and coordinate training programs

Perform work planning, design, modifying, improving and maintaining facility.

Regulate and enforce environmental policies, programs and activities by established standards and drafted new standards when needed.

Reviewed and interpret environmental and health safety laws.

Conduct safety inspections to detect potential hazards, recommend improvements.

Ensure all OSHA, Federal, State and Local laws and procedure are followed.

Conduct accident investigations to root cause

Update all permit requirements

Schedule and conduct training with maintenance employees

Control waste streams to include SPCC

Conduct safety and security audits

Monitor compliance of all EHS activities

Mange air emission

Controlled budget spending

Manage hazardous waste programs

Conduct safety and ergonomic meetings and implement programs

Certify employees in AED, CPR, Fire extinguishers

Established master training log

Implemented program to report employees.

Insured safety program was in accordance with OSHA, state and local laws

Responsible for preventive maintenance program, generating work orders, spare parts inventory, purchasing and contractor negotiations utilizing COGZ.

Managed capital projects from start to finish.

Conducted safety audits and observations weekly

Member of the leadership team

Work with supervisor utilizing a mentor approach

Reorganized preventive maintenance program to optimize program.

Implemented a work order program that returned great results

Reorganized parts control system to include cycle counting

Redesigned maintenance work flow to maximize output

Established maintenance technicians job requirements

P.M. and Work order completion stayed above 97 percent

Increased OEE with utilizing WCM practices

Responsible for running the warehouse in a cost-effective & sanitary manner by monitoring and controlling overall staffing and adhering to established operating guidelines. This includes helping to produce the annual operating budget and ensuring compliance to this budget during the year.

Accountable for the day-to-day safe warehouse operations to provide products that meet quality, cost, volume, and service criteria.

Implements plans to assure achievement of appropriate volume of shipping and receiving ensuring product meets established quality standards and costs are within budgets.

Develops standard operating procedures and get them implemented.

Establish, support, provide resources, enable and enforce all food safety programs, procedures, and policies.

Ensure all products are produced in compliance with company standards and applicable laws.

Serve as a back up to the plant manager when delegated.

April 2008 to Aug. 2009

Hidden Valley (Clorox Corp.)

Maintenance Manager

Planned daily maintenance schedule for 27 technicians and contractors on Manufacturing and Process lines

mplemented a safety program in accordance with OSHA, state and local safety standards, chaired the committee

Managed capital projects in excess of five hundred thousand dollars

Followed all WCM practices, Audited to step three in WCM.

Insured all inspection programs for the facility where in compliance with OSHA, local,

state and Federal agencies

Managed Kiazan’s, Fact Investigation and AM teams.

Increased OEE by 7% by cross training and Improved preventive maintenance inspection program

Editor of quarterly news letter

Nov. 2006 to April 2008

Dial Corp.

Maintenance Manager

Plan daily production schedule for 13 manufacturing lines

Coordinated installations of new equipment and movement of existing equipment

Assist in the design and implementation of new equipment used in production

Controlled budget for maintenance of equipment and facility

Implemented a safety program in accordance with OSHA, state and local safety standards, chaired the committee

Set up and implemented a employee safety and training program

Set up an inspection program for the facility to insure compliance with local,

state and Federal agencies

Responsible for preventive maintenance program, generating work orders and spare parts inventory

October 2003 to Nov. 2006

BRK Brands First Alert

Maintenance Manager

Plan daily production schedule for 6 manufacturing lines

Controlled budget for maintenance of equipment and facility

Implemented a safety program in accordance with OSHA, state and local safety standards, chaired the committee

Set up and implemented a employee safety and training program

Set up an inspection program for the facility to insure compliance with local,

state and Federal agencies

Implemented a maintenance standard operating procedure

Conducted daily audits on production lines and equipment, Conducted quality checks

June 1997 to October 2003

Connor- Winfield

Maintenance Supervisor

Plan and manage the maintenance of production equipment at five locations

to maximize production time in telecommunications manufacturing

Improved the preventive maintenance program and standard operating procedure

Directly supervised the upkeep of the overall facility and automated equipment

Developed and implemented a preventive maintenance, safety, predictive maintenance, calibration and spare parts programs

Insure equipment and facility met all OSHA, state and local regulations and policies

Accountable for the day-to-day safe plant operations to provide products that meet

quality, cost, volume, and service criteria.

Implements plans to assure achievement of appropriate volume of production

ensuring product meets established quality standards and costs are within budgets.

Trains and develop productions supervisors to lead their production teams.

Responsible for running the plant in a cost-effective & sanitary manner by

monitoring and controlling overall staffing and adhering to established operating

guidelines. This includes helping to produce the annual operating budget and

ensuring compliance to this budget during the year.

Responsible for overall coordination of all product returns and facility generated

rework.

Assists in capital project decisions and implementation.

Develops standard operating procedures and get them implemented.

Establish, support, provide resources, enable and enforce all food safety programs,

procedures, and policies.

Ensure all products are produced in compliance with company standards and

applicable laws.

Serves as a back up to the plant manager when delegated.

Other duties as assigned

Additional duty-Machine Shop Manager

April 1977 to June 1997

U.S. Army (Retired)

EDUCATION

University of Maryland- 27 credits- Business

Cameron University- 35 credits- Business

92 weeks of military training on all areas of maintenance and proper supervisory techniques



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