Profession granulator machine operator
Granulator machine operators perform the mixing and granulation of powdered ingredients using mixing and milling machines in order to prepare the ingredients to be compressed into medicinal tablets. They set up the batch size and follow ingredient formulas.
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- Good manufacturing practices
Regulatory requirements and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) applied in the relevant manufacturing sector.
- Perform granulation equipment transfer
Perform the loading and unloading of granulation equipment.
- Keep time accurately
Measure the passage of time, often with the assistance of a clock or stopwatch.
- Perform blending operations
Perform powdered ingredients blending adding the correct binding ingredient according to the formula: gelatin, water, alcohol or starch paste.
- Use communication techniques
Apply techniques of communication which allow interlocutors to better understand each other and communicate accurately in the transmission of messages.
- Disassemble equipment
Disassembles equipment using hand tools in order to clean equipments and to perform regular operational maintenance.
- Oversee granulation operations
Oversee the operations performed within the granulation process, in order to detect any deviations or problems, ensuring the quality standards are kept.
- Adhere to standard procedures
Adhere to and follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Keep task records
Organise and classify records of prepared reports and correspondence related to the performed work and progress records of tasks.
- Lift heavy weights
Lift heavy weights and apply ergonomic lifting techniques to avoid damaging the body.
- Assemble machines
Assemble machines according to instructions and specifications.
- Monitor powdered ingredients
Monitor the batch and the ingredients, ensuring the weights and measures are conforming to the specified formula.
- Keep stock records
Keep written records of the amount of stock in storage, incoming and outgoing products required for the proper operation of services, repairs and maintenance tasks.
- Maintain manufacturing rooms
Maintain the cleanliness of rooms when the manufacturing process is finished and the product is completed according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Work in shifts
Work in rotating shifts, where the goal is to keep a service or production line running around the clock and each day of the week.