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Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment for Construction. Signs and symbols. Visible at all times Danger signs Caution signs . 1a. Exit signs . Legible red letters Six inches high Three-fourths inch in width. 2a. Safety instruction signs/directional signs. Safety instruction signs

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    1. Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment for Construction

    2. Signs and symbols • Visible at all times • Danger signs • Caution signs 1a

    3. Exit signs • Legible red letters • Six inches high • Three-fourths inch in width 2a

    4. Safety instruction signs/directional signs • Safety instruction signs • Directional signs 3a

    5. Traffic signs • Use at points of hazard • Follow ANSI D6.1-1971 4a

    6. Accident prevention tags • Temporary means of warning employees • Not be used in place of accident prevention signs 5a

    7. Requirements for flagmen • Requirements for flagmen • Follow ANSI D6.1-1971 • Red flags at least 18 inches square 6a

    8. Requirements for flagmen • Sign paddles • In darkness—red lights • Warning garment 6b

    9. Barricades • Protection of employees • Conform to ANSI D6.1-1971 7a

    10. Construction equipment • Unattended at night • Adjacent to a highway 8a

    11. Construction equipment • Adjacent to construction areas • Provide lights or reflectors 8b

    12. Tire mounting • Inflating • Mounting • Dismounting 9a

    13. Tire mounting • Split rims • Rims with locking rings 9b

    14. Tire mounting safety equipment • Tire rack • Safety cage • Equivalent protection 9c

    15. Suspended machinery or equipment • Block or crib machinery • Slings, hoists, or jacks • Before working under 10a

    16. Bulldozer blades/dump bodies • Fully lower or block • Bulldozer/scraper blades • End-loader buckets • Dump bodies 10b

    17. Bulldozer blades/dump bodies • Being repaired • When not in use • Controls in neutral position • Motors stopped/brakes set 10c

    18. Equipment parked on inclines • Chock wheels • Set parking brake 10d

    19. Working around power lines • Comply with 1926.550(a)(15) • Working or moving equipment • Near power lines/energized transmitters 11a

    20. Motor vehicle inspection • Operate on an off-highway jobsite • Not open to public traffic • Beginning of each shift 12a

    21. Inspect for: • Service brakes • Trailer brake connections • Hand brake 12b

    22. Inspect for: • Brakes • Tires • Horn 12c

    23. Inspect for: • Steering mechanism • Coupling devices • Seat belts 12d

    24. Inspect for: • Operating controls • Safety devices 12e

    25. Inspect for: • Lights • Reflectors • Windshield wipers 12f

    26. Inspect for: • Defrosters • Fire extinguishers • Other equipment 12g

    27. Correct all defects • Before vehicle is placed in service 12h

    28. Operating a vehicle in reverse • Earthmoving equipment • Scrapers • Loaders 13a

    29. Operating a vehicle in reverse • Crawler or wheel tractors • Bulldozers • Off-highway trucks 13b

    30. Operating a vehicle in reverse • Graders • Agricultural/industrial tractors 13c

    31. Operating a vehicle in reverse • Similar equipment • Obstructed view to the rear 13d

    32. Do if • The equipment has a reverse signal alarm distinguishable from the surrounding noise level, or • An employee signals that it is safe to do so 13e

    33. Riding on forklifts • Authorized to do so • Safe place to ride 14a

    34. Forklift operator training • Identical to 1910.178(l) 15a

    35. Pile driving operations • Accept signals from signalmen • Hoisting piling/keep employees clear • Cutting off driven piles • Driving jacked piles 16a

    36. Site clearing operations • Protect from hazards • Instructed in first aid 17a

    37. Rollover protective structures • Self-propelled scrapers • Front-end loaders • Dozers 18a

    38. Rollover protective structures • Industrial tractors • Crawler tractors • Crawler-type loaders • Motor graders 18b

    39. ROPS do not apply to • Sideboom pipe laying tractors • Compactors • Rubber-tired skid-steers 18c

    40. Info affixed to ROPS • Mfg name and address • Model number • Equipment designed to fit 18d

    41. Overhead protection for tractors • Solid material • Grid or mesh • Not a hazard 19a