HEAVY - Heavy Equipment Utilization Background: The city...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Heavy Equipment Utilization Background: The city has 160 pieces of heavy equipment which includes cranes, bulldozers, draglines, backhoes, and etc. The equipment is serviced and maintained by the central fleet maintenance facility owned and operated by the city. The 160 pieces of heavy equipment represents a capital investment of $8.8 million. Scope And Purpose: The audit period will be for the last fiscal year. In evaluating operator training, the last 12 month period will be reviewed. The purpose of the audit it to identify low use equipment and determine if it is more cost efficient to sell them and rent instead. In addition, we will review operator accidents and determine if the city's training program is adequate. The departments owning the bulk of the city's heavy equipment is the Department of Public Works, Water and Sewer departments, and the Parks Department. Planning: 1. Prepare and forward an entrance letter to the department directors effected. In addition, sent one to the director of the city's central repair facility.
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