Landfills. Actual: Heavy Equipment – 8 sections Trenching & Excavation – 3 sections. Anticipated: 2 Modules 11 sections. Heavy Equipment.
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Heavy Equipment – 8 sections
Trenching & Excavation – 3 sections
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The following rules regarding heavy equipment operation, safety accessories, and maintenance have been established for the protection of all individuals.
Only persons trained, qualified and/or certified (as required) shall operate heavy equipment on Waste Management property.
Seatbelts must be worn when operating heavy equipment.
Safe operating rules including but not limited to restrictions on speed, not exceeding load limits and prohibition of riders must be followed.
A back-up alarm, fire extinguisher and a functioning strobe light are required safety accessories on all heavy equipment.
Contractor owned heavy equipment shall be included in a preventative maintenance program according to the manufactures instructions.
Operators shall inspect heavy equipment before operating and at the end of each shift and document the results.
Modified heavy equipment that does not comply with applicable ANSI standards and/or manufacture’s standards is prohibited.
Heavy equipment with safety related deficiencies shall not be operated until all safety related deficiencies have been corrected.
Welcome to Trenching and Excavation.
The construction, servicing and/or maintenance of leachate collection systems, gas collection systems and drainage swales, to name a few, often involves working in or around trenches and/or excavations.
Those not involved in the trenching or excavation operation must refrain from entering and maintain a safe distance from all trenches and excavations.
I understand and agree that those not involved in the trenching or excavation operation must refrain from entering and maintain a safe distance from all trenches and excavations.
Hazards commonly associated with trenching and excavation operations typically include but are not limited to:
Remember, landfill gas is heavier than air and will therefore migrate into low-lying areas such as trenches and excavations and will displace oxygen.
When oxygen is displaced in this way, breathing becomes difficult or impossible.
Only trained and qualified persons under the direction of a certified competent person are authorized to perform trenching/excavation activities at this Waste Management landfill facility.
I understand that only trained and qualified persons under the direction of a certified competent person are authorized to perform trenching and/or excavation activities at this Waste Management landfill facility.