Process/Safety Engineers are responsible for evaluating existing processes and configuring manufacturing systems to reduce cost, improve sustainability and develop best practices within the production process.
Evaluate and improve on processes in manufacturing systems.
Maintain reliable and safe manufacturing systems while improving production rates, efficiencies, yields, costs and changeovers.
Develop innovative solutions.
Improve process capability and production volume while maintaining and improving quality standards.
Develop and implement systems that optimize all phases of production process.
Provide suggestions during incident investigations.
Advise on corrective actions.
Work with equipment designers and manufacturing officers to develop a cost-effective and working production process.
Ensure projects are completed on time.
Ensure financial budgets are followed.
Prepare samples for study.
Perform shrinkage and strength testing.
Collect, record, and transcribe data.
Show results in reports.
Maintain testing equipment.
Perform new color and raw material testing.
Research and purchase new manufacturing technology.