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Joe Casey TERMINAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT INTERMODAL REPAIRS: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (or Proper, Improper and Temporary)

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1 Joe Casey TERMINAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT INTERMODAL REPAIRS: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (or Proper, Improper and Temporary)

2 THE GOOD (PROPER REPAIRS) COMFORM TO AAR INTERMODAL INTERCHANGE RULES, APPENDIX B – CORRECT UNIT REPAIR PROCEDURES CONFORM TO MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS

3 POSTS PROPERLY CAPPED, MAXIMUM THREE IN A ROW

4 PANEL PATCH PROPERLY RIVETED AND CAULKED

5 THE BAD (IMPROPER REPAIRS) REPAIRS THAT MAY CAUSE EQUIPMENT FAILURE DOWN THE ROAD REPAIRS THAT MAY CAUSE EQUIPMENT FAILURE DOWN THE ROAD FAILURE, OFTENTIMES, MEANS DAMAGE TO FREIGHT AND POSSIBLE INJURY FAILURE, OFTENTIMES, MEANS DAMAGE TO FREIGHT AND POSSIBLE INJURY

6 WELDS FAILING SIGNS OF HEAT/PAINT RELATED TO THE REPAIR

7 PROPER REPAIRS MUST BE MADE USING LIKE MATERIALS BEVELED, PAINTED STEEL SQUARE, RAW ALUMINUM

8 POSTS CAPPED IN CENTER, USING DIFFERENT MATERIALS AND MORE THAN THREE IN A ROW

9 ALWAYS KEEP AAR RULES IN MIND BEFORE CORRECTING IMPROPER REPAIRS UNITS IDENTIFIED WITH IMPROPER REPAIRS MUST BE HANDLED AS FOLLOWS: 1.IF THE COST OF CORRECTING IMPROPER REPAIRS EXCEDES $100, THE COST MUST BE ACCEPTED BY THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REPAIR. 2.IF THE RESPONSIBLE PARTY CANNOT BE DETERMINED, AUTHORIZATION MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE EQUIPMENT OWNER.

10 THE UGLY (TEMPORARY REPAIRS) REPAIRS THAT ARE NOT INTENDED TO PERMANENTLY FIX THE DAMAGE REPAIRS THAT WILL ALLOW THE EQUIPMENT TO GET TO DESTINATION SAFELY, WITH NO RISK OF FAILURE

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14 CONSULT WITH INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS – THEY WILL HELP YOUR COMPANY RECOGNIZE SHORTFALLS /LIABILITY USE ANY RESOURCES TO DEVELOP TRAINING PROGRAMS AND PROCEEDURES TRAIN YOUR DRIVERS, EQUIPMENT MANAGERS AND ANY OTHER PERTAINANT STAFF ENSURE THAT TRAINING IS UP-TO-DATE, ACCURATE AND USE REFRESHER COURSES YEARLY PROPER REPAIRS DEPEND ON PROPER TRAINING

15 TERMINAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT IN COOPERATION WITH CANADIAN PACIFIC AND THE CCIB Do I Write the Damage or Dont I? THAT is the Question!

16 1. IS ANY COMPONENT CUT OR BROKEN? (WATCH FOR TAR-TAPE OR CAULKING) 2. IS THE UNIT UNSAFE? (ARE ANY COMPONANTS FAILING, IS IT STRUCTURALLY SOUND) 3. IS THE LOADING CAPACITY LIMITED BECAUSE THE UNIT IS BENT BY 3 OR MORE? (INTERIOR VOLUME OR CAPABILITY OF LOADING ON RAILCAR) 4. IS THE UNIT GOING TO LEAK – WIND OR WATER? (CAN YOU SEE DAYLIGHT FROM THE INSIDE?) YES = WRITE IT NO = DONT WRITE IT! QUALITY NOT QUANTITY!

17 DOES THIS DAMAGE AFFECT THE USE OF THIS UNIT? Door Frame / J-Bar bent slightly. Door operation is not affected and NO damage needs to be noted and no repair made.

18 TERMINAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TRAINING UNIT

19 DAMAGE/REPAIR EXAMPLES Each is an Improper Repair and no damage needs to be noted. This is a good repair.

20 DAMAGE / REPAIR EXAMPLES Broken Side Post Cap Good Repair of a Cut or Broken Post (Cap)

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23 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT PROPER REPAIRS, CONTACT: THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER THE EQUIPMENT OWNER CCIB THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME! Joe Casey, Director of Maintenance & Repair Terminal Operations Management


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