TR - MOTOR GRADER NC II.pdf

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2. Perform unloading equipment from trailer 2.1 Binders, safety locks, pins and stopper blocks are fully dismantled and removed prior to unloading operation. 2.2 Control and brakes are checked in line with safety procedure and prior to starting/moving the machine. 2.3 Proper engine warm-up is observed in accordance with the manufacturer’s standards. 2.4 Blade and attachments are properly raised before unloading from the trailer. 2.5 Operator properly responding to the directions of authorized signalman. 2.6 Unexpected situations are responded to in line with company rules and regulations in a manner that minimizes risk to personnel and equipment.
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated December 2004/July 2007 Page 60 of 83 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 3. Travel Motor Grader 3.1 Work area is surveyed for safe accessibility or presence of any potential hazards . 3.2 Blade/attachment clearance is maintained at recommended height above ground during travel . 3.3 Propulsion angle of 60 degrees of blade is observed. 3.4 Equipment is traveled in accordance with traffic rules and regulations. 3.5 Unexpected situations are responded to in line with company rules and regulations in a manner that minimizes risk to personnel and equipment. 4. Perform grading operation 4.1 Top soil is cleared or stripped in accordance to job requirements. 4.2 Speed and blade propulsion angle are adjusted based on the type of earth materials. 4.3 Leveling, spreading, side cutting, ditching, hi- bank cutting, ripping, scarifying are carried out according to job specifications. 4.4 Blue-tapping operation is carried out according to job specifications. 4.5 Mixing operation of earth materials is performed in accordance to job specifications. 4.6 Unexpected situations are responded to in line with company rules and regulations in a manner that minimizes risk to personnel and equipment.
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated December 2004/July 2007 Page 61 of 83 RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Safe work practices 1.1 Observed 3-point system in embarking on and alighting from equipment 1.2 Safety awareness at all times 1.3 Wear minimum PPE 1.4 Housekeeping 1.5 All controls must be set in neutral position and parking brake applied before alighting from Motor Grader 1.6 All implements/attachments are properly rested 2. Safety lock, articulation pins and control levers 2.1 Controls 2.2 Travel 2.3 Blade 2.4 Attachment (ripper/scarifier) 2.5 Steering 3. Stopper block and binders 3.1 Wood/lumber 3.2 Metal 3.3 Turnbuckles 3.4 Shackle 3.5 Chain sling 4. Unexpected situations May include but not limited to: 4.1 Collapse of unstable terrain 4.2 Collapse of ramps/bridge 4.3 Uneven surface e.g., manhole 4.4 Busted tires 4.5 Busted hydraulic hose 4.6 Engine breakdown 4.7 Natural calamities e.g., flashfloods, landslide 4.8 Situations arising from poor peace and order conditions
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TR HEAVY-EQUIPMENT OPERATION (Motor Grader) NC II Promulgated December 2004/July 2007 Page 62 of 83 VARIABLE RANGE 5. Potential hazards May include but not limited to: 5.1 Other equipment 5.2 Building 5.3 Deep excavation 5.4 Fog 5.5 Electric wires/hi-tension wires
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  • Occupational safety and health, UCI race classifications, Loader, Heavy equipment, Motor Grader

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