Front-End Loader Training. General Traffic Guidelines. All equipment will be operated on the on the right side of the roadways and ramps Speed limits must be observed unless road and weather conditions dictate a need for lower speeds
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Loaders should be parked, whenever possible on level ground with parking brakes applied. The bucket must be lowered to the ground with sufficient pressure to prevent unwanted movement. If it is necessary to park or stop a unit, the operator must remain in the cab unless the equipment is sufficiently chocked or the wheels are turned into a bank or pile of material.
Operators shall always be alert for rocks and other hazardous items in the roadway and avoid passing over them. Operators will be particularly careful when crossing windrows created by blades or other equipment
The loader shall be shut off and stopped before being fueled. Smoking is prohibited while fueling the loader
All fire extinguishers shall be checked prior to operation the equipment as part of the pre-shift check
In the event of a fire, your first responsibility is your own safety and the safety of others in your area. If using an extinguisher is a risk to you, do not do so. Immediately report the fire, request assistance and notify people in your area
Always perform a pre-shift inspection before operating a front-end loader on the job. Doing a safety inspection gives you a peace of mind as many operators may operate the loader throughout the shifts. A pre-shift inspection prevents many accidents and breakdowns.
Inspection and maintenance is your responsibility. If you believe your loader is unsafe, report it to your supervisor. It will be checked and repaired. The most important part of any safety program is you, the professional equipment operator. Be alert and Safe!!
It is your responsibility to ensure proper servicing of your loader before you put it to work