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workplace safety north Standard safe work practices for hydraulic excavator operators 1. Personal protective equipment Hardhat and high-visibility clothing to be worn when not inside the cab. Safety boots in good condition, properly laced, must be worn at all times. Worn-out soles and heels could lead to slips and falls. Eye protection will be worn where there is danger of falling or flying debris from equipment or loads, especially in windy conditions. Hand protec
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  workplace safety north Standard safe work practices for hydraulic excavator operators 1. Personal protective equipment Hardhat and high-visibility clothing to be worn when not inside the cab.Safety boots in good condition, properly laced, must be worn at all times. Worn-outsoles and heels could lead to slips and falls.Eye protection will be worn where there is danger of falling or flying debris fromeuipment or loads, especially in windy conditions.Hand protection will be worn when handling cable or any other material where thereis danger of cuts or puncture in!ury.Hearing protection will be worn when e posed to noise levels e ceeding #$d%&.'. Mounting and dismounting  ( three-point contact will be used to mount anddismount euipment.). Inspection and repairs  ( e cavators will be inspected prior to use to ensure goodmechanical condition.When working under or around e cavators, for inspections or repairs, the loader must be locked and tagged out, and immobili*ed and secured against inadvertentmovement.+. Housekeeping  ( cabs, steps, windows, windshields, and mirrors must be kept cleanat all times. &ll debris should be removed.$. Parking  ( the e cavator must be parked on level ground, clear of ha*ards, to allowease of access.. Travelling  ( proper gear selection must be used to maintain control. rive accordingto terrain conditions . Danger one  ( danger *one is defined as the area around operating machines or working personnel, in which there is potential for being struck by moving euipmentor ob!ects. /he danger *one may vary according to the machine or work beingperformed. 0perators must make sure that all persons, vehicles and euipment areclear of the danger *one before the vehicle or any of its components are moved.#. !ockout  ( lockout procedures must be followed during mechanical service, repairsor inspection for the protection of employees and euipment.efer to company and manufacturer2s procedures on lockout. Safe work practices for hydraulic excavator operators  Page of #  workplace safety north3ommunications while assisting in mechanical repairs ( When operators areassisting mechanics to repair machines, clear communications must be establishedprior to starting the tasks. /he operator and the mechanic must each know who willbe responsible for4 a5 Starting or moving a machine b5 Ensuring that anyone involved is in a clear and safe position c5 irecting the movement of the machine d5 Ensuring that it is safe to resume working and that all guards are in place. /he operator must have a clear understanding of what is to be done and follow thespecific lockout instructions and instructions given by the mechanic responsible for performing the !ob. 6. $uelling  ( shut off the engine while fuelling. 7o smoking. %e aware of slip and tripha*ards.%eware of spills and splash-back. eturn hose to its proper storage position whenfuelling is completed.18. Haardous materials  ( read WH9:S label. :f there is no label, contact thesupervisor. efer to 9SS if further information is needed.;se protective euipment and follow safe handling instructions as outlined onWH9:S label.:f an incident occurs, follow first aid instructions.;se proper storage procedures.11. $loating  ( the operator must know how to safely load and unload the e cavator onand off floats. 1'. Proper lighting  (   in low light conditions, leave lights on to assist in mounting<dismounting and walking around the machine. %y signing below, both parties agree that all of the above items have been discussedand understood.Employee4 ================== Supervisor4 ================== ate4 =========  Safe work practices for hydraulic excavator operators  Page # of #

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