Examine cigarettes and filters to ensure product quality meets standards.
What does a Cigarette and Filter Chief Inspector do?
Examines plain or filter-tipped cigarettes or filters to ensure that quality of product conforms to standards: Inspects cigarettes or filters produced to detect imperfections, such as loose ends, stems, stemholes, defective glue lines, and defectively attached filters. Examines cigarettes, attached filters, and filters rejected by CIGARETTE-MAKING-MACHINE CATCHER and CIGARETTE INSPECTOR and discards inferior products. Notifies CIGARETTE-MAKING-MACHINE OPERATOR of deviations from standards. Records number of cigarettes found with defects and compiles summary production sheets. Verifies and totals figures posted by CIGARETTE INSPECTOR.