Work Instruction Logistics Insights Corporation Version 7 wi-07 Carton Top Hat Loading and Unloading January 23, 2008



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WI-07 Carton Top Hat Loading and Unloading January 23, 2008

This section describes the process a Carton Top Hat Loading and Unloading Hi-Lo Operator will go through on a ‘typical’ inbound and outbound load.


Equipment:

  1. Hi-Lo

  2. Pen

  3. Marker

  4. Clipboard


General Guidelines:

  1. Seat belts will be used at all times.

  2. Report to designated work area

  3. Follow all lift truck regulations.

  4. Perform inspection via the Forklift/Tugger Checklist at the start of shift and turn into Supervisor

  5. Obtain Driver Safety sheet and return to Driver upon completion of work (Refer to WI-27)

  6. Obtain Pick Performance sheet from supervisor

  7. Maintain a safe and clean work area (dispose of Cardboard in Bailer, Trash in Compactor)

  8. Use personal Protective Equipment as required

  9. Communicate any performance issues to your Supervisor

  10. Understand and adhere to Customer requirements

  11. Any additional duties that need to be completed and/or may be requested by the Supervisor.

  12. At the end of shift park forklift in designated parking area


Carton Top Hat Loading and Unloading:

1. Once route is picked and audited, route is to be brought to Top Hat unloading area



  1. Unload Empty/Return Top Hats from inbound Plant trailer

    1. Note: For the 560 Carton/Bulk Trailers dispose of any cardboard into bailer and garbage into compactor found in returned bulk knockdown containers from plant. Breakdown knockdowns and store neatly into no more than 3 stacks 12 high in the knockdown processing area. Once stacks are full move knockdowns to designated CMC storage area.

3. Hi-Lo operator will lift Top Hat off of Quadsteer and load onto outbound trailer

  1. Orange marking on Top Hat must be loaded facing left-side of trailer

  2. Top Hats must be loaded in reverse order for each outbound route. i.e. Load last route first (See attachment #1)

  3. Top Hats are to be loaded on the floor with the exception of trailers that require double stacking. i.e. A 53-foot trailer allows 10 Top Hats to be loaded to the floor with a mandatory

12-inch in-between each Top Hat. A trailer with over 10 Top Hats would result in hats double stacked in nose

d.) Required number of Top Hats are to be loaded per requirements on Pick Loading Performance Sheet. i.e. if Pick Loading Performance Sheet calls for 3 Top Hats, ship 3 Top Hats

e.) Document necessary information onto LOC Pick Loading Performance Sheet

4. Load Empty/ Return Top Hats onto Quadsteer for Picker to begin next cycle. Load orange posts over tongue of quad steer.

5. As each outbound route is loaded, check route off checklist to ensure route is not missed

6. Do not load past the painted yellow line on the trailer. Material loaded touching the line is okay. It is 2” in width and should extend across the trailer floor and up both sidewalls. All shuttle trailers loaded to Flint Assembly are required to have “Yellow Lines.” (See Attachment #2)

7. Once trailer loading is completed, pull dockplate and put safety chains up or pull dock door down

8. Turn completed Pick Loading Performance Sheet into Dock Supervisor and or Material Analyst

9. When outbound load is ready, place completed Bill of Lading and dock safety sheet onto proper outbound clipboard. (Refer to WI-27)

10. During time periods that outbound routes are not scheduled, unload inbound Plant return trailers and place returned Hat’s in the staging area. Stack hats according to the overhead visual stack height with the orange posts positioned on the same side.



  1. Document outbound routes’ departure time on Pick Loading Performance Sheet

  2. Ongoing - throughout shift verify that all pallets are loaded in pallet trailer maximizing space. Follow posted cleaning schedules.



Note: If outbound load is in jeopardy of becoming late, notify Supervisor immediately

Attachment #1


Nose Tail 53 foot


Top hat

Route

2 of 2


Top hat

Route


2 of 2

Top hat

Route


3 of 3

Top hat

Route


1 of 3

Top hat

Route


2 of 3

Top hat

Route


3 of 3

Top hat


Route

1of 2


Top hat

Route


1 of 2

Top hat

Route


2 of 3

Top hat

Route


3 of 3

Top hat

Route


1 of 3

Top hat

Route


2 of 3

Top hat

Route


2 of 2

Top hat

Route


1 of 2

Top hat

Route


1 of 3

12 inch gap between each Top Hat

1. 12 Inch gap between each Top hat to eliminate container/ material damage

2. Cadence is always High number in first and on top if stacked


Note: For 560 Project Carton/Bulk Trailers Top Hats must be loaded in the nose followed by Bulk Material

Attachment #2





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