To the same side of your vehicle as the other two cones, but the third must be centered on the vehicle.
The third cone must be placed in the center, right in front of the bumper of the customer's vehicle, so that if they leave, they will run over the cone and will then be forced to stop their vehicle.
The third cone must be placed in the direct line of sight of the customer's vehicle and your company vehicle, so that when they look out their mirrors, they will see the cone and this will keep them moving without notifying us first or from backing into your company vehicle.
Every morning before leaving the yard
At least once a month
Once every 4 months
Yes, as long as the tool is not broken, chipped, or otherwise unusable, you can still use them with the metal showing
No, you must replace any tool where the rubber is worn off the handles
Yes, as long as the rubber has not worn more than one inch, you can still use the tool.
Rubber gloves, hard hat, safety glasses, and FVD
FVD, safety glasses, and hard hat
Hard hat and goggles
When you are up a ladder
When you are in an attic or up a ladder
When you are up a ladder, in an attic, in a crawl space, or underneath anyone working with tools
Park across the street from the customer, directly across from their drive, so that you can quickly get tools and supplies
First choice is to park in the front yard with all 4 tires off of the pavement
You should park in a safe location with minimal traffic, never in a blind spot of your customer's vehicles, never facing against traffic, never across from a drive way, pull through location if possible, and never back out when leaving. Always back when arriving if that is the only way to position your vehicle so that you can pull straight out when leaving
When you are touching the Power Meter
When you have a bare wire that you are testing
Metallic contact is not required, you can test through paint and insulation
Continue your work because you know that the voltage is just inductive and the amps are very low
Connect your W1BU directly on the conductor of the drop wire that is running under the power lines and retest while holding the ground wire going to the power meter
Put on your rubber gloves, place a temporary bond on the drop wire, then re-test using the W1BU and the FVD
Watch for indications of high current, such as discoloration, excessive heat, smoke, etc.
Look at the power meter and see if it looks like excessive amounts of electricity is being used.
Talk to the customer and see if they are aware of any foreign voltage in your area
Anytime you are working in the attic, crawl space, or with a drill
Anytime you are working with tools or anytime you are around anyone working with tools
You only have to wear them when cutting wire, or when drilling
Hard hat and safety glasses
Hard hat and goggles
I should have on my goggles
Always stretch before lifting, The weight of the object should not exceed your physical capability, Keep the object close to your body throughout the entire duration of the lift, avoid jerking movements, and do not lift an object unless you can get a good grip.
Keep your back vertical when you squat down to lift the object, don't left anything above 50lbs, grab the object on opposing corners, be sure the area around you is clear, and be sure your legs remain straight
Use the buddy system when possible, bend at the knees, grasp the item with both hands, and be sure to use all your arm and back strength together to be safe
Obtain manager approval and be sure to read the product label
Use the appropriate PPE, Read the product label, and obtain the MSDS if you need more information. Call EHS for questions and follow the manufacturer's instructions and company practices.
Call the Corporate Real Estate Environmental Communication Manager before beginning work.