Tuesday, June 9, 2009

2nd day..so far so good la...

2nd day as a worker for Tai Kwong Yokohama Batteries Industry is much better for me as I was free to explore the entire factory without interruption from any superior who were in charged for every department. It's more to something like a self-learning trip and I have to do some particular thing by my own. My position is a Quality Control Inspector and the responsibility is quite simple but I need to have the good sense of material's defection. Obviously, my job is to enforce inspections in every 2 hours and record some data in the report booklet for future reference. Some new friends were told me that, It's quite complicated at first, but I would familiar with my job in a week or lesser than that.

There are almost 7 departments available and each department need to locate at least 1 QCI to observe and to ensure every outcome materials or parts are follow the standard. This process must follow the sequence of the battery formation process, which is starting from the casting, pasting, parting, plastic and the last process is assembly. For the first 3 weeks, The QC manager is appointing me to in charge the assembly and plastic department where both of departments are complicated among the rest. I'll see how complicated the process tomorrow and hopefully, I could make it. Plus, the department's term or "code" of this company didn't make things any better. Each code is represented as a special procedure or process. I'm not familiar with the code for now.

So today, I didn't meant to left my temporary pass at home and I'm quite lucky when the security didn't aware about my pass. I took all PPE that provided including safety boots, gloves and masks, which is mandatory to put them on whenever I enter the production line in every departments. I gave a try for all PPE provided and all I can say that those things are irritating and I feel sucks. I'm so uncomfortable especially when I put the mask on, I couldn't inhale and exhale smoothly. It makes my cardiovascular to pump the blood rapidly that it suppose to. I'll try to endure these annoying circumstances for 3 months because this factories is full with lead powder are floating at the atmosphere. When the powder is absorbed into your lungs, you would suffer many sort of illness. so, got to watch out!!!

2 comments:

oLLiE said...

erm.....that great!the new experience and new thing that u have learn that make we know that we can belong to others when we outside later. anyway congrats with what u achieve now. good luck with new work.

KAMARULZAMAN NORDIN said...

this is my luck.. i'll try to get as many experiences as i can..hope i do not get bored easily...

i wish this working experiences could help me for job hunting later especially in construction field..