Safe Operating Procedures SOP 13 Tractor Attachments

OPERATING RULES FOR INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS General Industry Safety Order Operating Rules (Part (a)) (a) Every employer using industrial trucks or industrial tow tractors shall post and enforce a set of operating rules including the appropriate rules listed in Section (t). General Industry Safety Order Industrial Trucks.Front-end Loaders . If at all possible, do not travel on a highway with a loaded front-end loader. This extra weight poses significant driving hazards that adversely affect the operator's ability to see obstacles, and steer and brake safely. If you must transport a load with a front-end loader, proceed with caution.PRE-OPERATIONAL SAFETY CHECKS 1. OPERATE THIS VEHICLE AS PER THE OPERATOR MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES and SOP 01 Tractor Operations OPERATIONAL SAFETY CHECKS CONNECT ATTACHMENTS 1. Ensure the attachment is on flat/level ground. 2. Locate the joystick for operation of the hydraulics on the loader arms. Move the joystick to test movement.

FORKLIFT SAFETY TIPS

excavators, loaders, graders, rollers, and bulldozers, which should always be done by highly skilled operators who have demonstrated the ability and necessary skills to operate safely. Unsafe practices by either the operator or those around the equipment can create very dangerous situations. Heavy Equipment Safety · Towing operations has many components and operators are put in the face of danger on many occasions on the job. The following are safe work practices relative to towing operations: Driver Selection. Establish a well-defined driver qualification program. …Under health and safety legislation, a vehicle is a place of work. The law requires that workplaces are maintained in a condition that is safe and without risk to safety and health. Vehicles must be kept safe and fit for purpose and the driver must be able to get in and out of the vehicle safely. Forklifts also are classed as work equipment.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT SAFETY TRAINING HANDBOOK

minimum safety rules, safety meeting, personal protective gear, emergency response, etc.): Safety workshops or training courses (locations, who will attend): What training materials are used (videos, handouts, checklists, etc.): Time schedule for training new and existing employees:Safety tips for the front-end loader operator from the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries. 1.9 : Front-End Loader of a Skid Steer Type National guidelines for occupational health & safety competency standards for the operation of loadshifting & equipment & other types of specified equipment.then the student must complete the Service's Backhoe/Loader Safety Training Course in addition to the safety training course for that equipment. y Amphibious excavator operators must complete the Service's Hydraulic Excavator Safety Training Course in addition to a manufacturer-provided operator training for that type of equipment.

Front End Loader Operator

OSHA Regulations for Industrial Railroad Operations, Truck Dock Safety, and Overhead Cranes Loading & Unloading Box Cars .178(m)(6) as amended by OSHA Program Directive #100-63 (10/78) ...FRONT END LOADER OPERATOR 3 FRONT END LOADER NOTE This guide and checklist is designed to refer employers and employees to the most obvious and critical component in each skill area. However, since machine model and make vary greatly, the primary reference material for specific machine safety related operatingFRONT END LOADER OPERATOR 3 FRONT END LOADER NOTE This guide and checklist is designed to refer employers and employees to the most obvious and critical component in each skill area. However, since machine model and make vary greatly, the primary reference material for specific machine safety related operating.

SKID

 · Posted at 07:44h in Safety Manual, Safety Topics, Tailgate Safety, Tailgate Safety Meetings, Toolbox Talks by eflanagan Front-End Loaders If you operate a front-end loader, you have probably experienced the bouncing, weaving, and "road walk" that leaves you feeling as if you are not in total control of the equipment. · It's vital to your business operations that employees remain safe and productive. Implement this list of OSHA suspended load safety tips for a safer place of employment. All employees operating equipment should be properly trained regarding hoist and overhead crane safety rules …SKID-STEER LOADER SAFETY . David W. Smith, Extension Safety Program . Skid-steer loaders have been used in the construction and landscaping industry for years. They are also common on dairy, beef, and swine confinement operations. Their small, compact size and maneuverability allow farmers to negotiate narrow alleyways, and to operate under short.

Tow Truck Safety: Safe Work Practices for Towing Operations

 · The backhoe-loader is one of the most popular pieces of construction equipment in the world, which should place safe operation as a top priority. Because the person in the operator…following the general safety requirements for heavy equipment and some rules specific to Front-end Loader operations. OSHA Heavy Equipment Requirements that apply to Front-end Loaders: General repairs must not be made to powered equipment until workers are protected from movement of equipment or its parts. · Towing operations has many components and operators are put in the face of danger on many occasions on the job. The following are safe work practices relative to towing operations: Driver Selection. Establish a well-defined driver qualification program. ….

NASD

Backhoe and Loader Safety. BEFORE USING THE MACHINE • Read the owner's manual to learn the characteristics of the machine. • For your personal protection you will need to wear some or all of the following: o sturdy pants and shirt o safety shoes o hard hat o safety goggles or glasses o gloves o hearing protection o respirator for dusty conditions. • Sunscreen protection is vital in ...minimum safety rules, safety meeting, personal protective gear, emergency response, etc.): Safety workshops or training courses (locations, who will attend): What training materials are used (videos, handouts, checklists, etc.): Time schedule for training new and existing employees:Additional Safety tips for working with loaders: Lower loader arms slowly and steadily. Keep travel speed slow. When turning, adjust for the extra length of the loader. Raise the loader in an area free of overhead obstacles, such as power lines. Keep the loader low while carrying loads and/ or ….

SAMPLE SAFE WORK PROCEDURES (TEMPLATES)

FRONT END LOADER OPERATOR 3 FRONT END LOADER NOTE This guide and checklist is designed to refer employers and employees to the most obvious and critical component in each skill area. However, since machine model and make vary greatly, the primary reference material for specific machine safety related operatingBackhoes and loaders are useful tools on farms and ranches. Accidents involving backhoes and loaders occur and are often tragic. While accidents may be similar to those that happen to tractors the additional of an attached backhoe and/or loader increases the likelihood of an accident due to increasuse the templates to develop task specific safety procedures to address the standards of care required for the specific tasks. In most cases, a Safe Work Procedure (SWP) will provide a systematic process to follow to ensure that all safety considerations and precautions are in place prior to starting the job.

Loader Safety Talk

 · Workers need to be careful about what they are doing, and they must always be aware of other workers around them—particularly co-workers using forklifts and other forms of material-handling equipment. BLR's 7-Minute Safety Trainer offers these safety tips for loading docks: 1. Be on the Lookout for These Loading Dock Hazards:then the student must complete the Service's Backhoe/Loader Safety Training Course in addition to the safety training course for that equipment. y Amphibious excavator operators must complete the Service's Hydraulic Excavator Safety Training Course in addition to a manufacturer-provided operator training for that type of equipment.operator's manual. SAFETY FOR SELF & OTHERS The bucket is NOTfor people. Never lift, carry or allow anyone to work in the bucket. Do not stand, walk or work under a raised loader or allow others to do so. Never move or swing a load with people around. Lower the bucket to ground or remove the loader from the tractor when not in use.

Skid Steer Loader Safety

Safety tips for the front-end loader operator from the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries. 1.9 : Front-End Loader of a Skid Steer Type National guidelines for occupational health & safety competency standards for the operation of loadshifting & equipment & other types of specified equipment. · • some basic operator safety rules • hazardous locations where carbon monoxide is a problem or a special forklift is needed • safety while servicing a forklift. This book is not designed to substitute for operator training in the operation of specific forklifts in a specific workplace as required by DOSH regulations.The operator of a skid steer loader was driving with a load of soil in the bucket. The loader hit a rock and tipped forward, throwing the operator to the ground. The loader ran over the operator and pinned him beneath the front wheels. The op-erator died at the scene. An investigation showed the safety belt was missing its buckle.