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Mobile Equipment Safety. DID YOU?. Approach the machine safely?. DID YOU. Two men died because operators failed to follow safe procedures. DID YOU. Maintain three points of contact (2 hands and 1 foot or 2 feet and 1 hand) while mounting or dismounting?. DID YOU.

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Did you2
DID YOU...

Maintain three points of contact (2 hands and 1 foot or 2 feet and 1 hand) while mounting or dismounting?


Did you3
DID YOU...

Perform a preoperational check of the machine?

Report unsafe conditions?

Faithfully wear your seat belt?


Did you4
DID YOU...

Sound your horn or other warning device before starting or moving the machine?


Did you5
DID YOU...

Visually check the machine for people or equipment prior to moving?


Did you6
DID YOU...

Follow traffic control signs?

Use personal protective safety equipment?

Properly park the machine a safe distance from other machines?


Did you7
DID YOU...

Clean the cab and windows?

Have a portable light after dark?

Operate the machine at a safe speed?

Fill out an equipment operator shift report?


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