Recycling Volunteer Program
To help "professionalize" the recycling area, and inspire volunteers to be more invested in the recycling program. Provide consistent training for first time volunteers.
Information that should be made available to volunteers working in the recycling area.
- Safety Basics
- Eye protection: must be worn at all times while working at the recycling bench or table,or working at the printer recycling table.
- Gloves: should be worn at all times when working in recycling area or on recycling tasks.
- Wash hands after shift, or if taking a break.
- First aid kits: small kits next to incoming system pile (all injuries need to be reported to supervising staff)
- Fire extinguisher: location
- Exits: location, what to do in event of an emergency.
- Basic Housekeeping Tasks
- aisles cleared
- sweep floor
- check that incoming piles are stacked properly
- clean work station at end of shift
- Tool Orientation
- Tool kit contents
- Proper use of tools
- Powered screw gun orientation
- Where Stuff Goes
- Active gaylords in front of bench(basic recycling): PLASTIC/CBM/WIRE/STEEL/DECON-PRINTERS
- Active gaylords elsewhere: CORDs/GBM/CRTs/GBM-med/low/ALUMINUM/
- Level 2 recycling (incoming): POWER SUPPLIES/UPS
- Advanced recycling (incoming) HARD DRIVES/CB & MB/NETWORK DEVICES/
- Basic Deconstruction Techniques
- Level 2 Recycling Techniques
- Advanced Recycling
- Low Impact Recycling (Designed for those with mobility issues)
Safety and Tool Kits
Each volunteer will receive a "kit" at the beginning of their shift, and return it at the end of their shift.
Safety Kit Contents
- eye protection
- FG Leather Man?
- FG smock/lab coat?