Location: REQUIRED PPE: EMERGENCY CONTACTS: HARD HAT, SAFETY GLASSES, REFLECTIVE VEST, BRUCE BRASHIER: (225) 603-‐7856 LONG SLEEVE SHIRT, GLOVES, LONG PANTS, ROOSEVELT CANTE: (225) 717-‐2728 STEEL TOE BOOTS, REFLECTIVE SEAT BELT COVER TYLER SMITH (225) 240-‐0699 PROPERLY CHARGED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. JAMIE WHALEY (225) 413-‐2492 SEQUENCE OF BASIC JOB STEPS 1. Daily inspection of dump truck. 2. Arrive at site of material or aggregate loading.
POTENTIAL HAZARDS Leaking fluids, mechanical faults, faulty tires, electrical and lighting faults. Unsafe driving by others or truck driver.
3. Load materials or aggregates.
Un-‐secured dump gate. Improper loading may cause loss of control of truck due to instability.
4. Transport materials to site.
Truck handling characteristics will change with load in dump bed. Materials or aggregate falling onto roadway.
5. Unload materials at site.
Contact with power lines, trees and other obstructions. Contact with machinery and pedestrian workers. Operating truck in reverse may create blind spots for driver visibility.
Analysis Performed By:
Reviewed By: JAMIE WHALEY SAFETY MANAGER REQUIRED SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS: BASIC ORIENTATION PLUS SASOL SITE ORIENTATION FLUOR FOR SASOL ORIENTATION ROAD TEST DRIVER CERTIFICATION DRUG SCREEN RECOMMENDED ACTION OR PROCEDURE Perform thorough pre-‐trip inspection. Repair any problems before journey. Follow safe driving habits and be alert for others. Be certain dump gate is properly secured or latched prior to loading. Load materials properly by placing loads towards the middle of dump bed. Follow safe driving habits and be alert for others. Do not tailgate others. Know that truck will require longer stopping distances. Turns must be taken at slower speeds. Properly covering load with tarp will prevent materials or aggregate from falling onto roadway. Do not un tarp bed until entry of dump site. Visually inspect unload site upon entry to site. Be aware of flaggers and moving machinery. Only dump when truck is in a stable position.
6. Leave site when task is completed.
Hazards remain the same before, during and after task completion. Traveling with bed up can cause overhead hazards. 7. Be observant of unsafe site conditions, or Unsafe work conditions or practices of practices of site employees. others may cause injury to you or others. DRIVER NAME/TRUCK ID # 1._________________________________ 2._________________________________ 3._________________________________ 4._________________________________ 5._________________________________ 6._________________________________ 7._________________________________
Always use safe working and driving habits. Lower bed after load is dumped and before traveling forward. Immediately report any unsafe site conditions or actions of others to site safety personnel or your supervisor.