TR - Milking Operation NC II.pdf

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3.3 Processing of farm wastes is done following environmental Handling of dangerous wastes Processing of farm wastes Application of 3 Rs Disposal of farm wastes OSHS Handling of dangerous and hazardous wastes Processing of farm wastes Applying principles of 3Rs Disposing farm wastes Practicing and applying OSHS and environmental
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TR-Milking Operation NCII Promulgated February 3, 2017 37 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED SKILLS legislation and codes. 3.4 Principles of 3Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) are applied accordingly. 3.5 Farm wastes are disposed of according to environmental legislation and codes. Environmental Legislation and Codes legislation and codes 4 Perform housekeeping 4.1 Appropriate warning signs and labels are displayed in conspicuous places around the workplace. 4.2 Work area is cleaned according to 5S principles. 4.3 Tools are checked, cleaned and stowed according to established industry procedures and following user’s manual. 4.4 Materials are stored following industry standard procedures and manufacturer’s specifications. 4.5 PPE is checked for damage prior to ensuring that clean and undamaged Types of warning signs and labels Placing warning signs and labels on conspicuous areas Checking, cleaning and stowing procedure of tools Storage of materials Checking of PPE Checking of storage facility Record keeping procedure 5S of Good Housekeeping OSHS PPE Displaying appropriate warning signs and labels Cleaning work area Checking, cleaning and stowing tools Storing materials Checking damaged PPEs Checking storage facilities Conducting record keeping
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TR-Milking Operation NCII Promulgated February 3, 2017 38 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range of Variables REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED SKILLS equipment is stored. 4.6 Storage facility is checked to ensure no contamination in the area according to organizational requirements and legislation and codes. 4.7 Record keeping is done according to industry requirements .
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TR-Milking Operation NCII Promulgated February 3, 2017 39 RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Tools and materials Tools and materials include: 1.1. Tools 1.1.1 Spade 1.1.2 Wheel borrow 1.1.3 Broomstick 1.1.4 Sprayer or pressurized pump 1.2. Materials 1.2.1 Sacks 1.2.2 Containers 1.2.3 Disinfectants 1.2.4 Detergents 1.2.5 First-aid kit 1.2.6 Chemical spill kit 1.2.7 Personal Protective Equipment o Goggles o Disposal gloves o Face mask o Rubber boots o Overall 2. Agricultural wastes Agricultural wastes may include: 2.1. Plant materials 2.2. Hay 2.3. Weeds 2.4. Twigs 2.5. Twines 2.6. Empty wooden crates 2.7. Animal manure 2.8. Feed refuse 2.9. Spoiled feeds (Forage and feed supplements) 2.10. Spent bedding materials 2.11. Empty sacks 2.12. Trash fish 2.13. Fish meal 2.14. Effluent 3. Dangerous and hazardous wastes Dangerous and hazardous wastes may include: 3.1 Pesticides 3.2 Syringes 3.3 Expired biologics 3.4 Expired veterinary drugs 3.5 Spoiled milk 3.6 Diseased plant and plant parts
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