TR - MOTOR GRADER NC II.pdf

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ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Bold and Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables 1. Perform visual check of equipment 1.1 Earth-moving equipment is selected based on job requirements. 1.2 Operator serviceable (OS) parts are checked in accordance with equipment checklist and manufacturer’s procedures. 1.3 Walk-around check is performed with equipment checklist and with engine stopped/not running. 2. Perform “B L O W A F” check 2.1 “BLOWAF” check is performed with checklist form and with engine stopped/not running. 2.2 Deficiencies in fluid levels are identified and if below normal level are refilled/topped up in accordance with equipment maintenance manual. 2.3 Abnormal conditions are noted in checklist and reported to authorized person .
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated July 2007 Page 40 of 83 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 3. Perform operation check 3.1 Starting/running check is performed with checklist and in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. 3.2 Brake, steering and controls are checked for normal functioning 3.3 Walk-around check is performed with equipment checklist and with engine running. 3.4 Safety devices and accessories are checked for proper functions in accordance with safe operating procedures. 4. Perform post-operation procedures 4.1 Earth-moving equipment is parked and turned off after productive operation in accordance with company rules and regulations. 4.2 Equipment controls are set into neutral position and parking brakes are engaged according to manufacturer’s operations manual. 4.3 Safety locks and brakes are all set/engaged in accordance with operator’s manual. 4.4 Walk-around inspection check is re- conducted while doing engine cool down 4.5 Daily equipment time record/report (DETR) is accomplished/submitted according to company rules and regulations
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated July 2007 Page 41 of 83 RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Earth moving 1.1 Hydraulic Excavator 1.1.1 Crawler type 1.1.2 Wheel type 1.2 Wheel Loader 1.3 Bulldozer 1.4 Motor Grader 1.5 Backhoe Loader 1.6 Road Roller 1.6.1 Static roller 1.6.1.1 Pneumatic roller 1.6.1.2 Drum roller 1.6.1.2.1 Single drum 1.6.1.2.2 Double drum 1.6.2 Vibratory roller 1.6.2.1 Single drum 1.6.2.2 Double drum 2. Operator- serviceable (OS) parts 2.1 Air cleaner 2.2 Battery terminals/Connection 2.3 Belt 2.4 Tire inflation 2.5 Grease/lube points Hydraulic Excavator and Backhoe Loader 2.6 Fuel water separator Bulldozer 2.7 Track tension
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated July 2007 Page 42 of 83 VARIABLE RANGE 3. Walk-around check 3.1 Engine off Hydraulic Excavator, Wheel Loader, and Bulldozer Backhoe Loader and Road Roller 3.1.1 Leaks 3.1.2 Worn out/damaged parts 3.1.3 Fluid levels 3.1.4 Loose parts/connections 3.1.5 Missing parts Hydraulic Excavator 3.1.6 Hook block 3.1.7 Wire rope cable 3.1.8 Pulleys Backhoe Loader 3.1.9 Tire condition 3.2 Engine on Hydraulic Excavator and Backhoe Loader 3.2.1 Gauges and controls 3.2.2 Oil and air leaks 3.2.3 Safety devices 3.2.4 Working equipment function e.g. outriggers, boom, hoist
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  • Occupational safety and health, UCI race classifications, Loader, Heavy equipment, Motor Grader

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