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Safely Climbing Up & Down on Machinery. 3 Points of Contact ! zThis means two hands and a foot or zTwo feet and a hand zBut the other hand or foot is.

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1 Safely Climbing Up & Down on Machinery

2 3 Points of Contact ! zThis means two hands and a foot or zTwo feet and a hand zBut the other hand or foot is in transition! zNot trying to carry something!

3 A good example of getting into a large on-highway truck

4 A good example of climbing on a large piece of equipment(3 points)

5 Never climb with items in your hands !

6 “These tools are small, they won’t hurt anything!” “Wrong”, never have anything in your hands, you need them!

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9 What goes up, must come down! But not forward! So Turn around & maintain 3 points of contact.

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11 Never Jump off any machine !

12 You might think that the distance won’t hurt you ! zThink about the impact to your feet zAnkles zKnees zBack zHips zNeck zAnd then there is something like this !

13 On April 16, 2001, a 59- year-old truck driver (contractor employee) with 2 years mining experience was fatally injured at a limestone operation. The victim was standing on the rear tires of his loaded trailer installing a tarp, when he slipped and fell 41 inches to the roadway. He died of his injuries several days later. On April 16, 2001, a 59- year-old truck driver (contractor employee) with 2 years mining experience was fatally injured at a limestone operation. The victim was standing on the rear tires of his loaded trailer installing a tarp, when he slipped and fell 41 inches to the roadway. He died of his injuries several days later. On April 16, 2001, a 59- year-old truck driver (contractor employee) with 2 years mining experience was fatally injured at a limestone operation. The victim was standing on the rear tires of his loaded trailer installing a tarp, when he slipped and fell 41 inches to the roadway. He died of his injuries several days later. On April 16, 2001, a 59-year-old truck driver (contractor employee) with 2 years mining experience was fatally injured at a limestone operation. The victim was standing on the rear tires of his loaded trailer installing a tarp, when he slipped and fell 41 inches to the roadway. He died of his injuries several days later. This is the third fatality classified as Slip/Fall of Person in There were two Slip/Fall of Person fatalities in the same period in 2000.

14 Beware of damage that blocks full access to steps and hand holds. There is a liability here!

15 This could help make the climb safe !

16 What about this step ?

17 This kind of step is excellent for this kind of machine !

18 The RIGHT Stuff ! Now use it!


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