Utility Worker

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Utility Workers perform routine maintenance activities in a variety of work environments. Because the job usually requires a lot of lifting and climbing, a Utility Worker must be in good physical condition. Utility Workers also have to operate maintenance equipment and vehicles, making a valid driver’s license essential for many jobs. Some employers also require candidates to obtain a commercial driver’s license.
 

Maintain Clean Facilities

A Utility Worker must maintain a clean work area at all times. In many cases, Utility Workers are also responsible for cleaning other areas of a work site. For example, a kitchen utility worker is responsible for cleaning dishes and cooking equipment, while a manufacturing utility worker may be responsible for cleaning production machines.

Comply with Safety Standards

Utility Workers often handle cleaning fluids and other hazardous chemicals. It is up to the Utility Worker to follow posted safety standards and wear personal protective equipment when necessary. If a chemical spill occurs, the Utility Worker must clean up the spill in accordance with company policy and established safety standards.

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