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Lower the loader and backhoe buckets to the ground. • Stop the engine and remove the key. • Work the hydraulic controls to relieve pressure. • Wait until all motion has stopped and then dismount carefully using steps and safety holds. • Do not jump from theSAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not stand, walk, or work under a raised loader bucket or attachment unless it is securely blocked and held in position. Accidental movement of valve handle/handles or leak in the hydraulic system could cause the loader to drop, or · 3.3.9 Work possible using wheel loader Digging operations Leveling operation Pushing operation Load and carry operations Loading operations 3.3.10 Precautions for operation Permissible water depth If wheel brake does not work Precautions when driving up or.

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 ·  · Don't keep workers in the dark. Lighting is crucial for any business where vehicle loading or unloading is a routine activity. If workers do not have a clear, well-lit environment to work in, this is an accident waiting to happen. #3 Loading areas should be free fromremove key, and lower loader to ground before attempting to service. Never leave equipment unat-tended with engine running. WARNING! Do not work under a raised loader unless it is securely blocked or held in position. Do not depend on the hydraulic system to · 3.3.9 Work possible using wheel loader Digging operations Leveling operation Pushing operation Load and carry operations Loading operations 3.3.10 Precautions for operation Permissible water depth If wheel brake does not work Precautions when driving up or.

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LS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL LS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL PO Box 70, Battleboro, NC Tel : 252-984- Fax : 252-984- INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY PARTNER LL LL P/NO FT639SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not stand, walk, or work under a raised loader bucket or attachment unless it is securely blocked and held in position. Accidental movement of valve handle/handles or leak in the hydraulic system could cause the loader to drop, or ·  · Front-End Loader Safety Tips • Never walk or work under a raised loader. • Raise and lower loader arms slowly and steadily. • Allow for the extra length of the loader when making turns. • Take extra precaution when handling loose loads. • Never move or.

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LS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL LS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL PO Box 70, Battleboro, NC Tel : 252-984- Fax : 252-984- INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY PARTNER LL LL P/NO FT624 · When you are working with the 420D backhoe loader equipment, you should know the significant safety precautions that you will have to follow in order to avoid any type of accident. Always know the fundamental safety requirements of the machine and it's vital to follow them; this act will save both you and the people around you from a minor or serious injury which can lead to the death. · Front-End Loader Safety Tips • Never walk or work under a raised loader. • Raise and lower loader arms slowly and steadily. • Allow for the extra length of the loader when making turns. • Take extra precaution when handling loose loads. • Never move or swing a load while people are in the work ….

SAFE WORK PROCEDURES FRONT END LOADER

When working on front-end loaders, take precautions. Have the loader safely blocked before working under it or through the loader arms. Work with the bucket down. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for routine maintenance. Publication #: page to verify their knowledge and understanding of the work and associated hazards and precautions. 3 PCM CONSTRUCTION INC.

Front-end loaders are indispensable attachments for compact tractors. Loaders make light work of small farm and gardening tasks including lifting and transporting material such as wood, rocks, soil and debris. While loaders may assist in completing daily tasks, they can be dangerous if basic safety precautions are not followed. As with any piece of equipment, operators should become familiar ...SAFE WORK PROCEDURES SKID STEER LOADER Task sequence Ide ntified hazards in task Key processes to be followed Precautions / PPE required 5. Operation Overloading Overturning Dust, falling objects, noise Do not attempt to lift load in excess ofLS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL LS LOADER OPERATOR MANUAL PO Box 70, Battleboro, NC Tel : 252-984- Fax : 252-984- INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY PARTNER LL LL P/NO FT626.

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Work device The working device of the loader consists of four parts, the bucket, the arm, the rocker arm and the pull rod. The arm is a single plate structure, the rear end is supported on the front frame, the front end is connected with the bucket, and the middle is connected with the cylinder of the moving arm. · 3.3.9 Work possible using wheel loader Digging operations Leveling operation Pushing operation Load and carry operations Loading operations 3.3.10 Precautions for operation Permissible water depth If wheel brake does not work Precautions when driving up orDo not allow a person to walk or work under a raised load. Operate the backhoe or loader only from the operator's seat. When transporting equipment, be alert to potential hazards, caused by poor visibility, adverse ground conditions, excessive speed, unstable loads, or other vehicles in the area.

SAFE WORK PROCEDURES SKID STEER LOADER

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not stand, walk, or work under a raised loader bucket or attachment unless it is securely blocked and held in position. Accidental movement of valve handle/handles or leak in the hydraulic system could cause the loader to drop, orTo make the tractor, allowing only with the traction device is articulated, towed and loader are not permitted to stand, and to maintain a safe distance, to prevent the occurrence of safety accidents. 4. Safety precautions for shutdown (1) the loader should be putSAFE WORK PROCEDURES SKID STEER LOADER Task sequence Ide ntified hazards in task Key processes to be followed Precautions / PPE required 5. Operation Overloading Overturning Dust, falling objects, noise Do not attempt to lift load in excess of.

OPERATOR'S MANUAL

SAFE WORK PROCEDURES FRONT END LOADER Task sequence Identified hazards in task Key processes to b e followed Precautions / PPE required 6. Operation Overturning Moving parts, crush injury Dust, falling objects, noise Reduce speed when · Park the loader and engage the stabilizer legs: drive the loader to a test work area with flat ground and no obstacles. Remember that the boom swings to the right, so you need enough side clearance as well as front, rear, and overhead clearance.Temporary repairs or additional costs due to the work being performed after normal working hours will not be compensated. ... tractor and loader. Refer to the Safety Precautions section of this manual for information concerning safety. Consult your The Delivery.

Wheel loader operator safety tips

 · Front-End Loader Safety Tips • Never walk or work under a raised loader. • Raise and lower loader arms slowly and steadily. • Allow for the extra length of the loader when making turns. • Take extra precaution when handling loose loads. • Never move or swing a load while people are in the work …SAFE WORK PROCEDURES SKID STEER LOADER Task sequence Ide ntified hazards in task Key processes to be followed Precautions / PPE required 5. Operation Overloading Overturning Dust, falling objects, noise Do not attempt to lift load in excess of · For better stability, travel in reverse when you are required to carry loads down a steep incline. This will prevent the loader from tipping forward if you have to use your brakes while going down the incline. It will also prevent material from spilling into your travel path. Travel forward when going uphill.