line worker

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Noun1.line worker - an employee who works on an assembly lineline worker - an employee who works on an assembly line
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
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The team system was introduced and the number of team and section leaders was radically increased (for example, the team leader per line worker ratio went from 1:16 to 1:5) in an effort to fix defects before they were passed down the line.
The shipping line worker, of Southampton, Hants, said: "There was lightning all round but I had no idea we had been hit and were on fire.
The 50-year-old assembly line worker added: "The latest situation is a complete joke.
Another front line worker, Londoner John Gonzales, also rescues Irish youths from vice rackets.
The new machine is moved into place by a line worker who can quickly detect and fix any misalignments.
Technical College Lineworker Grant Program was created to help fill the need and will focus on filling the ranks for existing and new industry demand of certified line workers. The grants will fund existing line worker programs or help create new programs at the state's technical colleges.
While operations and safety leadership actively juggle all these concepts and try to make sense of them, the front line worker must condense it all down to one simple goal--to get the job done without injury or damage.
Regina Peters says in her lawsuit that the college failed to ensure the safety of her husband, Jon Peters, while he was training to be a utility line worker.