Ripsawyer Job Employment Contract Template

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Ripsawyer Employment Contract Template
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Employment Contract Template For Ripsawyer Job

Contract no....Date...
Employer name...Employer adderss...
Employee name...Employee adderss...
Starting From...Place of work...

Contracting for job title / position:

"Ripsawyer" grade III.

Work Duties - are to:

1) Operate electrically powered machines equipped with one or more bandsaw or circular saw blades to rip boards along grain or to trim edges of boards, according to work ticket

2) Turn handwheel, uses wrench plus ruler, or positions & secures collars as well as turns setscrews on saw shaft to adjust ripping saw guides or distance between saws, according to specified width of boards

3) Move levers or turns handwheel to adjust height of saw blade speed of feed rolls, according to thickness of board

4) Start saw, positions board against guide, and also slides board into feed rolls or aligns board on feed rolls, using shadow line as guide

5) Verify accuracy of saw setting dimensions of lumber stock, using rule

6) May count pieces of lumber cut to define when specified quantity has been ripped

7) May replace saw blades lubricate machine

8) May be designated according to saw operated as Band-Ripsaw Operator woodworking ; Circular-Ripsaw Operator woodworking ; Gang-Ripsaw Operator woodworking

9) May operate ripsaws to cut stock so that grain as well as pattern match adjoining parts be designated Ripsaw Matcher woodworking

Termination of employment...Wage...Hours of work...
Meal intervals...Sunday work...Public holidays...
Annual leave...Sick leave...Maternity leave...
Family responsibility Leave...Deductions from remuneration...Accommodation leave...
Special details...
Employer signature...Employee signature...Signature date...
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