Scott J. Smtih
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Tractor - Trailer Driver
Baltimore Windustrial - Tractor Trailer Driver
7501 Lake Drive, Rosedale, MD
December 2016 to Present
Baltimore Windustrial is a supplier of industrial pipes valves and fittings. I report to work at 4 am to check truck and load (truck is loaded the night before) strap down material. I do help the customer unload by hand and sometimes with forklift that I carry on trailer.
Alban Tractor - Truck Driver/Warehouse Worker
November 2006 to December 2106
Alban Tractor is a parts supplier for Caterpillar heavy equipment, a worldwide company. From November 2006 to June 2007, used various types of forklifts to pull parts. After pulling parts, verified that correct parts were pulled by handheld scanner. If correct, then put parts in proper location to go out on trucks. In June 2007, began driving tractor trailer for third shift, starting at 10:30 p.m. Beginning of shift, checked parts to be loaded on truck, followed by a pre-trip check of truck. If all is well, then it was time to start loading the truck. Responsible for loading and unloading trailer, locking and unlocking customer stores and resetting alarms when drop is completed. July 2012 began working back in warehouse and also as relief driver for all shifts. The parts pulled range from small filters and gaskets to large engine cylinders and any parts that would go on the equipment. Said equipment ranges from forklifts weighing 10,000 lbs. to Earth moving equipment weighing over 50 tons. Went back to warehouse for better hours to be home with family. Hours were 2:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
DLA/DNSC NEW HAVEN DEPOT - Engineering Equipment Operator New Haven, IN
Equipment Operation and Maintenance: Determining appropriate equipment for use in each situation, taking into account needs, resources, and time frames required. Maintaining and performing minor preventative maintenance of gasoline, handheld, manual, and diesel-powered equipment. Operate vehicles, tools, and equipment used at depot including forklift up to 20,000lbs, rough terrain lifts, front end loaders up to five cubic yards, Bobcats with attachments (backhoe, road scraper, snow plow, etc.), trackless mobile with snow thrower, mower, rotary flail, and sprayer, four wheel vehicles with snow plows and warehouse sweepers, straight trucks less than 26,000 GVW to haul materials and equipment. Operate hand equipment such as chain saws, plows, chopper, lawn mower (riding and push), trimmers, wrenches, and power washers. Operate 5,000 lbs. portable electronic scales, rail scales, and balance truck scales up to 100,000 lbs. for certification of government weight to be shipped.
MATERIAL HANDLING: Perform all aspects of hazardous and non-hazardous material handling and transporting. Lay out storage patterns determining how to store environmental materials based off temperature, humidity, compatibility with other materials and whether to store indoors or outdoors. Advise and work with specialists to establish and set up warehouses, develop space utilization, maximum occupancy factors, and compliance with regulations for different types of materials. Ensure hazardous materials are stored properly and in accordance with DLA and OSHA guidance and regulations for commodities. Sample and perform visual inspection of materials for discrepancies or damage. Repair storage containers, pallets, and bags. Ensure containers and stacks are labeled properly including material type, grade, gross weight, net weight, and analysis. DLA/DNSC CURTIS BAY DEPOT - Engineering Equipment Operator Baltimore, MD United States
Operated construction and material handling equipment to receive, store and ship commodities. Performed a variety of operations using equipment for loading, digging, moving Earth and materials, clearing and filling grounds. Equipment operated includes forklifts up to 20,000 lbs. capacity, gasoline and diesel. Wheeled and tracked tractors up to 200 horsepower equipped with mowing, plowing, angle blades, and sweeping attachments. Wheeled front end loaders up to five cubic yard capacity, wheeled backhoe, grader, track mobile, and rollers. Indoor work is performed in warehouses with tight and poorly lit areas, along with overhead dangers. Outdoor work is performed on flat and rolling terrain. Maintained grounds with tractors that attachments such as rotary, boom flail and cutting decks up to 15ft in width, mowing large fields, brush, ditches, and sweeping roads when finished. Removed snow and ice using snowplows, blowers, and salt spreaders driving gas- and diesel-powered trucks, front end loaders, and skid steer loaders. Previously used backhoe to dig up and replace water pipes and cleaning out drains and ditches, repaired roads using asphalt and dirt compactors. Also, loaded and unloaded rail cars, then used track-mobile to move cars to proper locations. Experience using tractor trailer and dump trucks to move material from one location to another on base and occasionally off base, loading and unloading vehicle. Prepared materials for shipment and storage based on general instructions. Depending on materials being shipped or stored, self-selecting the warehouse and bay in which product would be stored using locator system. Following, prepared tally sheet for material to be "re-warehoused" and ensure containers are stored properly. Responsible for laying storage patterns based of the type of environmental material. Monitored contractors while weighing and storing materials to be sure products are stored correctly. Weights were recorded and filed on computer. Loading trucks via ramps from ground to truck. Performed routine inspections and maintenance on equipment and vehicles. Kept working area safely and clean, immediately reporting any problems to supervisor. Obtained CDL Class A license in Spring of 2001. Awards:
Special Act Awards
Superior Performance Awards
Time Off Awards
On the Spot Awards
Andover High School - Graduating year 1984