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Operation of heavy equipment such as excavators, loaders, graders, rollers, and bulldozers, should always be done by highly skilled operators who have demonstrated the ability and necessary skills to operate safely. Ground-based workers should be trained in how to work safely around the equipment, and how to stay clear. Unsafe practices by either the operator or those around the equipment can
10.08.2019· Operating procedures should clearly lay down instructions for operation of process plant that take into consideration COSHH, manual handling, permit to work, PPE Regulations, quality, HAZOP, and SHE requirements. The procedure should represent a definition of good or best practice that should be adhered to at all times. Process operatives should be provided with guidance concerning the required operating philosophy to ensure that they comply with procedural
Standard Operating Procedure: Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance . Date: 7/2/2014* Version: 1 Review Frequency: Annual . Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance Page 2 3.2 Managers Managers are responsible for ensuring that staff who operate and maintain vehicles or equipment are familiar with and follow these procedures. Managers and supervisors are responsible for ensuring training is
Heavy Equipment Movement Safety Procedure TPSMS/CSP/HEMS/005 Rev 01 Date of Issue: 01/01/2016 1. OBJECTIVE: Objective of this procedure is to cover the safe practices required for heavy equipment lifting and movement. This procedure is developed to establish mandatory
The following steps will be followed when decontaminating large/heavy equipment: 1. The drilling contractor will construct a decontamination area at a designated area on site of 6-mil polyethylene, large enough to capture decontamination fluids. Decontamination of drilling equipment will be performed over the decontamination pad.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES for COMMON TOOL & MACHINING EQUIPMENT [Type here] [Type here] [Type here] The information in this booklet is provided as a guide for the minimum safety training that shall be provided to personnel prior to being authorized to use of any of the following machining tools or pieces of equipment: Mill, Lathe, Planer, Drill Press, Pedestal Grinder, & Band
12.05.2010· 2.0 Standard Operating Procedure 2.1 Process Description In FBMS, it is important to track all maintenance activities performed on Fleet equipment. Preventive Maintenance Process Preventive Maintenance work orders are generated within FBMS using the Maintenance Schedule created for the Fleet vehicle. For time-based operations, FBMS uses the
This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is provided to reinforce and standardize procedures, guidelines, and policies for the non-military use and rental of Armory or Readiness Center facilities under the control of The Adjutant General (TAG) and the Pennsylvania National Guard (PNG). This includes establishing formal procedures for using armories for billeting
Heavy Equipment Movement Safety Procedure TPSMS/CSP/HEMS/005 Rev 01 Date of Issue: This procedure applies to all operating plants and project sites of Tata Power Group companies. 3. EXPECTED RESULTS: 3.1. Manage jobs related to Heavy Equipment movement being done safely. 3.2. Control of incidents related to Heavy Equipment movements. 3.3.
and heavy equipment, do not only prolong the life of city assets, but also help prevent leaks of fluids associated with normal wear & tear. Potential pollutants generated at the Fleet Shop include oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, solvents, battery acid, etc. The goal of this written Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) is to provide
12.05.2010· 2.0 Standard Operating Procedure 2.1 Process Description In FBMS, it is important to track all maintenance activities performed on Fleet equipment. Preventive Maintenance Process Preventive Maintenance work orders are generated within FBMS using the Maintenance Schedule created for the Fleet vehicle. For time-based operations, FBMS uses
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR EQUIPMENT DECONTAMINATION AT THE WEST KINGSTON TOWN DUMP/ URI DISPOSAL AREA SITE Woodard & Curran, Inc. Author: K. Kasper Issued by: Woodard & Curran, Inc. Reviewed by: SOP No: S-13 Revision: 2 Date: August 2002 Page 2 of 2 FIELD EQUIPMENT DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURE Decontamination of field equipment
HEAVY EQUIPMENT DECONTAMINATION .. 4 HANDLING OF PURGE AND This standard operating procedure (SOP) c~ntains instructions for wind blown contaminant dispersion control. SCOPE This procedure is intended to be used only by qualified personnel, and is applicable where moving earth, drillin& or dust particles are generated at the Rocky Flats Plant (RFP). It
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More than a handful of operators have been hurt or killed due to the careless mounting or dismounting of heavy equipment. Do not jump off or onto heavy equipment. Maintain three-point contact: use two hands and one foot or two feet and one hand to mount or dismount safely (learn more in this Safety Moment on Three-Point Contact). 5. Load and
5.6 Maintenance work required other than the breakdown of process related equipment / instruments shall be communicated through maintenance requisition. Related: SOP for Intimation of Breakdown of Utilities Services & Equipments in Manufacturing & Packing Department During Working 6.0 ABBREVIATION 6.1 SOP: Standard Operating Procedure
23.01.2019· 1. SCOPE This procedure applies to the laboratory equipment used by the Laboratory of XXX. 2. PURPOSE This procedure specifies the schedule and requirements for calibration, performance verification, and maintenance of Laboratory testing instruments and equipment. 3. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 3.1 XXX Quality Manual, 3.2 Procedure for
( Stay in the traffic lane, not on the shoulder (unless your state/local laws or procedures say differently). ( Stop before you get to the students. Make them walk to you so you can see them. ( Never pull into a group of students hanging around the curb or in the street. Stay back and wait for the students to clear the loading zone before you pull in. ( Secure your bus whenever you load