Profession capsule filling machine operator
Capsule filling machine operators control the filling of gelatine capsules with the specific medicinal preparations.
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- Quality assurance methodologies
Quality assurance principles, standard requirements, and the set of processes and activities used for measuring, controlling and ensuring the quality of products and processes.
- Health and safety regulations
Necessary health, safety, hygiene and environmental standards and legislation rules in the sector of particular activity.
- Scoop capsules
Scoop the empty capsules into the loading hopper.
- Maintain work area cleanliness
Keep the working area and equipment clean and orderly.
- Assemble machines
Assemble machines according to instructions and specifications.
- Implement instructions
Being able to implement written or oral instructions.
- Inspect capsules
Inspect, according to specification sheet, the finished capsules in order to detect any weight mismatch, any breakage or defective filling.
- Eject filled capsules
Depress the pedal to eject the already closed capsules into the receiving container.
- Control minor maintenance
Follow up on the maintenance and repairs to be carried out. Solve minor problems and pass harder problems on to the person responsible for maintenance.
- Scoop medicinal preparations
Scoop medicinal preparations into the capsulating machine's filling hopper
- Plan maintenance activities
Plan and organise the process aimed at preserving equipment or systems in good working condition by inspecting the installation, resolving malfunctions, replacing worn parts and performing other maintenance tasks.
- Manage capsule rings
Manage the filling of capsule rings with empty capsules, uncoupling the rings when the lower half of capsules is filled with powdered medicine, recoupling the rings and inserting them into closing and ejecting forks.
- Understand instructions
Be able to understand oral and written instructions.
- Make time-critical decisions
Pursue optimal time-critical decision making within the organisation.
Optional knowledge and skillsmaintain equipment perform pill branding wear protective equipment against industrial noise use logical reasoning provide information business management principles
Source: Sisyphus ODB