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What should i know before i look more into BIOFUELS PROCESSING TECHNICIANS?

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I am in Job Corps and i am looking for a path that will lead me to a career that i can be proud of and in a way give back to the community.

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Matthew’s Answer

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Biggest challenges in this industry is root cause analysis and safety. Demonstrate capacity for each and you will do well as a technician in any plantQ

Matthew recommends the following next steps:

  • Lookup 'Root Cause Analysis' and '5 Whys'
  • Practice 5 Why's on problems you encountered in the past
  • Learn how to survey a worksite for any possible hazards - there are no wrong answers here!
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Emily’s Answer

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Look into companies you would like to work for. See if they have some of the things you are looking for in an employer. Also look up the safety records / safety reputation for potential employers. Knowing background about a company you are applying at will help you in the interview and will help you to understand what kind of risks you are taking in that career field. Watching some Chemical Safety Board videos will help you be able to identify potential hazards.

One of the biggest skills working in the production industry is the ability to work with a diverse (sometimes difficult) group of people. The ability to be part of a team despite different personality types is a must.

Emily recommends the following next steps:

  • Investigate some potential employers
  • Watch some Ted Talks on effective communication or team work.
  • What some incident report videos from the Chemical Safety Board.
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Emily’s Answer

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Look into companies you would like to work for. See if they have some of the things you are looking for in an employer. Also look up the safety records / safety reputation for potential employers. Knowing background about a company you are applying at will help you in the interview and will help you to understand what kind of risks you are taking in that career field. Watching some Chemical Safety Board videos will help you be able to identify potential hazards.

One of the biggest skills working in the production industry is the ability to work with a diverse (sometimes difficult) group of people. The ability to be part of a team despite different personality types is a must.

Emily recommends the following next steps:

  • Investigate some potential employers
  • Watch some Ted Talks on effective communication or team work.
  • What some incident report videos from the Chemical Safety Board.
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