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All manufacturers use the same equipment control patterns to make it easier for operators to use different machines.
A circle check of the machine should be made:
You should keep the operator’s compartment floor clean because:
A seat belt must be worn when:
You can leave the controls of the machine with attachments raised if you’re only going for a short time and you can still see the machine.
The person most responsible for the safety of other people working around the machine is the operator.
It is okay to let someone ride on the machine with you if:
Machine or vehicle operators must use a signal person when:
It is OK to modify the manufacturer’s ROPS if:
Putting a Do Not Operate tag on the steering wheel and removing the ignition key when servicing the machine:
A signaller on shall be a competent person and shall not perform other work while acting as a signaller.
If you find the machine mechanically unsafe you should:
Refueling a machine inside of a building can be done when:
How close to an overhead power line can you bring the boom or bucket if the line is rated at 750 volts or more:
Before servicing equipment, you should:
A signaller shall;
Three-point contact for exiting a machine, means;
An unattended vehicle, machine or equipment must have its brakes applied and its wheels blocked to prevent movement when it is on sloping ground.
At initial start-up of the machine or equipment you should ensure,…
In the event of a roll-over, you should:
The danger zone is the working perimeter of the equipment
Accidents in the danger zone can occur when:
Every replacement part for a vehicle, machine, tool or equipment must have at least the same safety factor as the part it is replacing.
Soft, hard, rough or smooth ground conditions are not a consideration for Heavy equipment – that’s what the equipment was made for.
When working around overhead lines as long as you are very, very careful you should be alright.
The center of gravity is:
Compared to a car, the center of gravity for heavy equipment is;
To avoid machine tip-over, you should:
Under which of the following conditions can rollovers occur?
When picking up a load it is not important to know the weight of the load – the equipment is Strong and meant to pick up almost anything.
When driving machinery with a load you should:
Immobilizing a vehicle means making it impossible for the vehicle to be operated or moved.
When the equipment is parked outdoors, it should be placed where it will not interfere with other traffic or equipment.
You can perform maintenance on a machine, if you think you know what you are doing.
If the equipment is equipped with a ROPS, it is not necessary to wear your seat belt.
You can smoke while refueling your equipment as long as the equipment is not left running.
A vertical change in the equipment center of gravity affects the machine’s
Roll-overs account for about ½ of all fatal tractor accidents.
You should always face the equipment when mounting and face out of the machine when dismounting.
The force that resists any change in direction from a straight line is called centrifugal force.
Centrifugal force will:
In a backward tip, the tractor can hit the ground in less than:
Carbon monoxide is a concern when driving in confined areas or indoors.
Power Take Offs are very dangerous and the following precaution(s) should be taken:
If the load is not level, during lifting or placement, potential for equipment to tip-over is greatly increased.
The machine Centre of Gravity is furthest to the front when the bucket is raised with no load.
When traveling up and down on inclines or slopes the bucket should be facing the direction of travel and the bucket should be 2 – 3 metres above the ground.
If the machine starts to skid or become unstable, you should immediately lower the bucket to ground and stop.
Regulations require an annual inspection on equipment to ensure the machine can still lift the rated capacity.
If installed properly, the roll-over protective structure on the equipment will prevent the machine from rolling over.