STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES. DIVISION OF COMPARATIVE MEDICINE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA. SOP#: 1103.12 Date Issued: 5/99 Date Revised: 7/20 Page 1 of 2 ... calibrated/certifiedat the frequency stated in each equipment SOP (e.g, SOP 1019 scales and balances annually, SOP 1140 anesthesia vaporizers annually, SOP 1127 biosafety cabinets annually,Objective of this procedure is to cover the safe practices required for heavy equipment lifting and movement. This procedure is developed to establish mandatory requirements for practices to protect personnel from hazards associated with heave equipment movement activities. 2. SCOPE:
Only authorized persons should operate the heavy equipment (with appropriate training and/or licenses). Operators should know and understand the limitations of the machinery. They should follow safe operating procedures, utilize safety features, and heed the manufacturer's warnings. Operator Equipment Safety Checks,All employees working around heavy or mobile equipment should wear class 2 reflective vests, at a minimum. Hearing Protection worn when operating Vacuum truck along with a minimum of Safety glasses with face shield while hooking and unhooking hoses, chemical gloves is required if hydrocarbons is detected in the load.
General Heavy Equipment Operator SAFE WORK PROCEDURE swp_xGeneralHeavyEquipmentOperator.docx Page 1 of 2 Revised: August 14, 2020 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Hearing protection while operating machine Hi-Vis clothing and hard hat when outside machine Substantial appropriate footwear at all times Gloves and eye protection when doing,Standard Operating Procedure Prerequisites 1. Employees should attend KICP general stormwater pollut ion prevention training. Contact KICP at 303 -441 1564. 2. Employees performing the procedures in this SOP should read and refer to the materials in the References and Related Proceduressection of this SOP.
• Pull back and secure long hair. • Do not wear thin fabric shoes, sandals, open-toed shoes, and high-heeled shoes. • A machinist's apron tied in a quick release manner should be worn. • Always keep hands and other body parts a safe distance away from moving machine parts, work pieces, and cutters,ISO 45001 document template: SOP for Operating Heavy Machinery The purpose of this document is to reduce the risk of a work-related injury or death by maximizing personal safety during heavy machinery operation. This document applies to all work places and activities in the work environment of the organization where heavy machinery is used.
The decontamination procedure described above may be summarized as follows: 1. Physical removal 2. Non-phosphate detergent wash 3. Tap water rinse 4. Distilled/deionized water rinse 5. 10% nitric acid rinse 6. Distilled/deionized water rinse 7. Solvent rinse (pesticide grade) 8. Air dry 9. Distilled/deionized water rinse,Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance Page 2 3.2 Managers Managers are responsible for ensuring that staff who operate and maintain vehicles or equipment are familiar with and follow these procedures. Managers and supervisors are responsible for ensuring training is conducted with the most recent version of the SOP. 3.3 Personnel Performing the J ob
Below, we've outlined the procedures for heavy equipment preventive maintenance to help improve your fleet's uptime and help compound your investments. Create a Preventive Maintenance Schedule A proactive heavy equipment maintenance schedule leans heavily on preventive maintenance (PM),4) Never jump onto or off the equipment. Operators should always use the three-point contact rule when climbing onto or off heavy equipment. The three-point rule means having both feet and one hand, or one foot and both hands in contact with the ladder access at all times. 5) Inspect and service the equipment regularly.
The following procedures, information, and resources will assist managers, supervisors, and operators in carrying out their responsibilities for assuring safety through hazard identification and evaluation, safeguarding, training, and safe operation of machines and equipment,Safe Operating Procedure (Created 5/03; Revised 1/08, 2/10, 7/12, 6/18, 4/19) 1 ... Specific pre-operational checklist for the equipment used. Specific operating instructions, warnings, and precautions as listed in the operator's ... relevant American National Standards Institute standard (Part II, ANSI B56.1), and ...
Standard Operating Procedures Product List Use only tools that have been cleaned properly or are designated for use on aluminum to reduce potential cross contamination. DO NOT re-use abrasives that were previously used on steel repairs. Truck Repair 3M™ Car Wash Soap Concentrate, 5 gallons, PN 38378 3M™ Specialty Adhesive Remover, 15 oz ,All equipment should have the appropriate colour coding. Only trained and competent persons should be in charge of a lifting operation. 5.1.1 General Instructions All equipment used in light lifting operations whether fixed or portable must be inspected and/or tested to confirm that it is fit for its intended use. A color coding
Check the capacity of all equipment, including accessories, rope, and slings. Do not exceed these capacities. Select the proper sling for each lift. Inspect slings and other rigging accessories before use to see if they are worn or stretched. Do not use damaged or defective slings. Use softeners on sharp corners. Do not splice broken slings,5 Elements of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) SOPs should contain some form of the following five elements: ... A new piece of equipment replaces old equipment, ... It's time to let MaintainX do the heavy lifting. Control the daily operations of your business. 4.8/5. 4.6/5. 4.9/5. Book a Tour. Company. About;
UVA's MS4 Program "shall include all procedures developed by the operator to detect, identify, and address nonstormwater discharges to the MS4." 1. 1.0 Purpose The purpose of this procedure is to describe the proper means washingfor UVA's vehicles and other items such as landscaping equipment and recycling containers. Vehicle and equipment,• Conduct routine inspections of heavy equipment and vehicles to proactively identify maintenance needs or potential leaks. • Perform routine preventive maintenance to ensure heavy equipment and vehicles are operating optimally. • Recycle or dispose of waste properly and promptly. • Sweep and pick up trash and debris as needed.