Introduction What's Inside?
Lesson 1 Take Control of Your Own Safety
Lesson 2 Prepare for Safe Operation
Lesson 3 Avoid Rollover Accidents
Lesson 4 Avoid Run Over Accidents
Lesson 5 Moving Parts and Machinery Hazards
Lesson 6 Highway Safety and Other Hazards.
Quiz Yourself Solutions p>
When you use a tractor. p>
It has been noted that these tips have been taken. p>
Use this booklet along with hands-on safety training and the equipment operator's manual. p>
Objective: p> Define the path of accidents.
Failure to follow. The most common types of serious accidents are: p>
1. Rollovers p>
You can be seriously injured or killed if the tractor rolls over. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When When Tractor Rolls Over
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 112205341660 p>
An employee was using a tractor with a mowing implement. He was not wearing his safety belt. Rolling on the floor, pinning it between the rollover and the ground. He died from his injuries. p>
Always wear your safety belt; use extra caution when operating on a slope.
2. Runovers p>
You can be seriously injured or killed if you run over by a tractor. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When Run Over By Unmanned Tractor
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 111630969140 p>
Connecting the battery to the truck. He moved away from the rear wheel drive. He was run over. p>
Start the tractor only while sitting in the operator’s seat.
3. Being Caught in Moving Parts p>
You can be seriously injured or killed if you are caught in the equipment. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed In Auger Entanglement
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 123578858 p>
Several employees were digging holes for digger (auger). He was caught on the drive shaft. He's been on the auger's drive line. He was killed. p>
Keep your hands away from the rotating machine parts.
4. Collisions p>
You can be seriously injured or killed if a collision occurs. p> Accident Report
Employee Struck By Branch While Cutting Brush
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 304474711 p>
An employee was driving a tractor pulling a mowing implement. He hit a tree branch and struck him in the lower torso. He was killed. p>
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Safe work habits are important. You can take it safe on the job site: p> Learn all you can.
To prevent tractor accidents, read and follow directions in the equipment operator's manual. Warn you to see the equipment. If you have questions, stop and ask your supervisor before you continue. Concentrate on working safely.
Sometimes you may be tempted to take risky shortcuts. Permanently shortened or cut your life short. Do not take unnecessary risks. No deadline. Additional Precautions.
Do not operate machinery if you are tired or have may place you in danger. p>
Daily Tractor Checklist p> Safety Belt ROPS Guards & Shields Tires Steps Operator's Platform Fluid Leaks Fluid Levels
Safe Entry and Start Up p>
You can’t get the tractor correctly or start correctly. To follow up with instructions p> Clear the area before the engine, engaging power or moving the tractor. Three point technique to make it, non-skid shoes to prevent slipping on the operator's platform. If you are a tractor, you are operating a lot of noise, such as ear muffs or plugs. Fasten your safety belt. The wheel steering wheel controls the steering wheel controls. If you are not sure that the transmission is in the neutral zone, it’s not a problem. Hands on the grab bars. This is a method to enter the tractor. Start the tractor according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow the tractor to warm up. When to Wear Hearing Protection
OSHA Standard 1910.95 (i) (l) requires sound limits that exceed or exceed the limits. These levels can be measured with a sound level meter. May also be necessary. It is recommended that you check with the equipment. p>
Hearing Protection Rules of Thumb p>
Hearing protection may be needed if: p> three feet away. After leaving an hour or two. It’s a little fun.
Tractor Tire Safety p>
For the condition day work. Tire maintenance should not be performed only trained trained authorized personnel. For your vehicle and tire types. p>
Practice safe tire maintenance: p>
Protective Clothing: p> When it’s your tire service,
stand away from tire p>
Tire Pressure: p> Tire pressure may increase. If you are traveling, however, Do not stand next to a tire pressure adjusting tire pressure. Stand at a distance, behind the tread,
Damaged Tires / Rims: p> Do not operate, damaged rims, cuts, or other damage. Do not weld any part of the rim. Do not run over the tires for damage.
Support Equipment: p>
Returning to Service: p> When you use a tire, use a safety cage or restraints. Reinstall covers, guards and shields (if so equipped). Follow manufacturer’s torque specifications for fittings, bolts and connections.
Safe shut down p>
Protect yourself from death or injury due to safety procedures during the shutdown process. p> Lower all attached equipment to the ground. Move the controls to the lock. Make sure the PTO (power take off) is disengaged or off. Turning off the engine. Remove the key. Wait for all moving parts to stop. Hands on the grab bars. Block hydraulic equipment, as necessary. If it is parked on an incline.
Hitching and Unhitching Attachments and Implements p> Hitch towed loads to the drawbar only. Alter the drawbar. Hitching higher than the drawbar can cause a rear rollover. 3-point hitch or PTO shaft. Ensure all safety guards are in place and undamaged. Unhitch attachments and implements on level ground only. Keep it out. equipment parts moving parts.
Safe Fueling Procedures p> Always shut the engine off before fueling. Always keep the engine cool. For your tractor model. Do not smoke while fueling the tractor. Touch the fuel cap to prevent a static spark from igniting the fuel.
For answers, click here. p> Use the words on the tractor that should be checked daily.
PTO Master Shield
Start up procedures. p> facing
Climb the steps ________________ the bars with the hands on the grab bars.
Never start a tractor from anywhere else than the ______ ___________.
Wheel with wheel fastened.
1. Identify safe work procedures to prevent rollover accidents.
2. Evaluate safe operating procedures for hills and slopes. p>
Rollover accidents often result in serious injury or death. rear and front. p>
Rollovers occur when a tractor becomes unbalanced. Some of the most common causes are: p> Overloading: Driving too fast.
Human reaction time is too slow to stop a rollover once it starts. You can avoid rollovers by recognizing situations. p>
1. Side rollovers p>
Side rollovers are the most common type of rollover accident. It appears that the tractor becomes unbalanced, often it can be driven across the hill. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When Tractor Rolls Over
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 120060140 p>
An employee dropping a hill Almost upside down. It was a protective structure (ROPS). He died from head injuries sustained in the accident. p>
Stay away from steep embankments; never operate a tractor without safety belt.
2. Rear Rollovers p>
Rear rollovers can occur when a tractor is towing it is heavy or not properly balanced, when driving uphill, or when using an attachment or implement. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed While Towing With Tractor
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 0950621 p>
Was it a truck out of the mud. The truck with the tractor is attached. This is a result of the fact that it has been reduced to His neck was broken and he died at the scene. p>
3. Front Rollovers p>
Front rollovers occur most often when an operator fails to roll over an embankment. p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When Tractor Falls Over Ledge
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 125470765 p>
An employee was operating a tractor with a blade attachment. He drove up a ramp. Fenced over the edge of the ramp. The tractor was crushed by the tractor. p>
Avoid operating a tractor close to ledges; keep away from guard rails.
How to Avoid Rollover Accidents p> Drive slowly. When speed is increased, the rollover also increases. Operate controls smoothly. Avoid jerky starts to get unstable. Reduced speed when turning, or sled or muddy surfaces. Avoid running over to tip over. Don’t overload the tractor or attachments. For the load limit. Don’t be able to become unstable and roll over. Consult your owner’s manual. Keep you uphill. When operating with a bucket attachment, carry as low as possible, while still clearing the ground. Avoid ditches, holes, embankments, holes and steep for safe operation. Distribute loads evenly in a bucket attachment. Side overturns are possible if the load is uneven and the bucket is carried too high. Tractor roll over. Hitch only to the tractor’s drawbar. Drawbars are designed to provide maximum pull for towed loads. The tractor may tip backward during operation. Keep the hitch low when using a 3-point hitch drawbar. Do not drive forward if the tractor is stuck in the mud. Always back out. If you can’t be back out of the vehicle with another vehicle.
Understanding ROPS p>
Rollover protective structures (ROPS) have been required by law since 1976. However, many tractors built before 1976 are still in use. Prevent the operator from being crushed if the tractor overturns. ROPS will not prevent rollover accidents; however, it will happen. p>
Not all cab or operator covering structures are ROPS. For example, it’s not a problem. Certified ROPS must meet strict engineering performance standards. The operator must have a safety zone for the operator during a rollover. Typically, ROPS limit overturns to 90 degrees. p>
Approved ROPS can be: p> an alo-cabrioles-a-cabriolet-cabrioles-cabling station
When operating a tractor with ROPS always use your seat belt. If you do not wear your seat belt, do not protect you from being crushed in a rollover accident. p>
Safe Hill Operation p>
Tractors are designed to operate on hills with a grade of 20 percent or less. You can be seriously injured or killed if you are on a hill with a grade steeper than 20 percent. p>
Never drive across a hill while operating a tractor. The tractor could not be unstable, causing a side rollover. p>
Never looking down hill. A rear rollover could result. p>
The bottom of the tractor is facing uphill. With no attachments, a tractor’s rear end is the rear. p>
When operating with a front attachment, drive forward up a hill. p>
Reaction time p>
It is a time when it comes to the event. Tractor of one second; much faster than human reaction time. p>
Many factors can affect your reaction time such as: p> Inexperience, Health & Fitness, Health & Beauty, Health & Beauty
You are in a dangerous situation. p>
For answers, click here. p> The most common type of rollovers are __________________ __________. side rollovers. forward rollovers. rear rollovers.
___________ when you must operate on a slope. up the hill down the hill
When tractor speed increases, it is likely to rollover. less more
Select the correct way for a tractor to operate on a hill.
Objective p> Discuss types and collision accidents. Identify correct operating procedures for avoiding runover and collision accidents.
You can’t be killed by you. p>
Runover accidents often occur when: p> operator operator tractor tractor tractor obsta obsta obsta obsta obsta obsta (((((((((((( A passenger (extra rider) falls behind the tractor when the driver hits the obstacle (such as a tree stump or boulder).
Collisions can occur between a tree and an object such as a tree branch. Collisions can cause serious injury or death when: p>
Operator Runovers and Collisions p>
The safety belt is buckled. You can be seriously injured or killed if you’re on the tractor. p> Never leave the operator’s platform running. Never start a tractor by shorting across the starter terminals. If the tractor is in gear, it will lure into motion. When performing maintenance, make sure that all hydraulic attachments are in place;
p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When Run Over by Tractor Mower
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 0111700 p>
It was a clear view that it was an obstacle. Run over by it. He was killed. The tractor was missing the safety belt. p>
be careful not to run over obstacles; never operate a tractor with a broken safety belt.
Employee Killed When Run Over By Tractor
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 0418800 p>
It is not necessary to turn off the engine or the emergency brake before exiting. He tried to roll over the rear wheel drive and killed the tractor. p>
Always follow safe shut down procedures before exiting the tractor; never mount a moving tractor.
Maintenance Worker Run Over Tractor
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 170843064 p>
Repairing ail mower attachment on a tractor. It is not clear that there has been a curve in the rear axle. The tractor drive wheel He was killed. The transmission was not set. p>
Follow safe shutdown procedures before doing maintenance on the tractor.
Guide Safety p> SAFE GUIDE:
The guide is attached to the tractor and attached equipment. The operator can drive without endangering the guide. UNSAFE GUIDE:
The tractor begins to move.
No Extra Riders! p>
Approved passenger carrier. p>
It is not a safe place for you. p>
Bystander Runovers and Collisions p>
Coworkers, if any maintenance procedures and procedures are not carried out, then these procedures are not followed. p> Check around the tractor before starting or moving. Keep bystanders and coworkers at a safe distance while you operate the tractor. If you’re in the area of. Never let anyone stand it could be run between the tractor and implement. You need to make sure that you’ve been able to help you.
Passenger Runovers and Collisions p>
Risk of falling and being run over. A passenger falls off the tractor. p> Never allow extra riders on a tractor. There are three-point hitch, axle housing, rear wheel fenders or attachments. Do not allow passengers on the operator’s lap. Use only approved passenger attachments.
Watch for Collision Hazards p>
Check your work area for hidden grass stumps in the tall grass.
If you are driving, make lines, power lines, or structures.
If you’re trying to clean up, you’ll be able to get cleaned by posts, doorways, and other obstacles. p>
Be Aware of Obstacles
If you are driving a car? p> Always wear your safety belt. Check the work area before you begin. Note all potential obstacles: low hanging tree branches, rocks, pipes and low hanging wires. Make sure that you have adequate clearance through narrow door passages, doorways and other openings. Maintain a clear line of sight. Keep good repair and repair. Keep attachments low. Use a) implement your path.
Safe Backing Procedures
Before backing a tractor, make sure that the area is clear of people and obstacles. p> Make sure the seat and all controls are properly adjusted. Drivers often move away from the controls. When an implement blocks your view, ask a coworker to guide you. But you can’t run over. Consult a tractor, attachment and implement.
For answers, click here. p>
Shows each operator using safe procedures. p>
Complete words. operator’s seat
Never attempt to mount a __________ tractor.
_________, power lines or structures.
Never start a tractor from anywhere but the ______________.
Objective p> Identify mechanical tractor and implement hazards. Describe how to avoid injury from moving machine parts.
You can’t be seriously injured in a case of moving parts. Entanglements happen in power driven shafts, belts, gears, chains or wheels. p> Accident Report
Employee Injured Into the Drive Shaft Of Post Hole Digger
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 119581437 p>
It was a digger. As the hydraulically controlled auger was digested. His clothes became caught, entangling him in the driveline shaft and support boom. He was seriously injured. An investigation showed that the guards had been removed from the digger. p>
never operate equipment with guards or shields.
The Power Take Off (PTO)
One of the most dangerous is the PTO. Main keeping proper machine guards can lower risk. A PTO stub rotates either at 540 revolutions per minute (rpm) or 1,000 rpm. You are protected by the PTO master shield and the PTO integral shield. It has been replaced or repaired. p>
The following common practices of PTO entanglements include: p> Follow up for the tractor. Keep all parts of the PTO system shielded and guarded. Periodically check driveline guards by spinning or rotating them to make sure they haven’t become stuck to the shaft. CAUTION: This should only be done with the engine off. Never step over a rotating PTO shaft. Make sure you want speed PTO. Never wear loose fitting clothing near a rotating PTO. Make sure your hair is long and soft.
Keep Clear of a Rotating PTO
A 3 ”diameter PTO rotating at 540 rpm will wrap at 7 feet per second. How fast can you react? p> 1/4 of a second 21 inches of 2 inches 64 inches, inches, inches
Other Mechanical Hazards p>
pinch points, wrap points, shear points, crush points, burn points, freewheeling parts. The following are symbols of warning symbols. p>
Pinch At the same time, points are formed. Examples of pinch points are gear, belt or chain drives. In order to protect yourself from pinching injuries. p>
machine rotates. Loose clothing or hair can easily be caught in rotating mechanical parts. the rotating PTO is one of the most common wrap points. Rotating wrap points. Make sure you wear loose fitting clothing. p>
skin and clothing parts. One of the objects can be moving. Hedge trimmers are machine with a shear point. To prevent shearing injuries, shut off the machine before working on it. p>
There are two ways to move the stationary and the gap between them is getting smaller. crush point Do not allow it to be hit. p>
Mufflers, Engine Blocks, Hydraulic Fluid Couplers are examples of burn points. Avoid the engine parts. p>
It has been turned off. This is because of the large amount of force required to move the mechanical parts. It is almost impossible. To avoid any damage to the engine, to stop the tractor engine p>
unexpectedly. Springs and hydraulic systems are examples of potential stored energy. To avoid stored energy hazards, know what parts of the machine are spring loaded. Relieve hydraulic pressure when you shut down each day. p>
Thrown objects are materials that are discharged from the machine. This can be caused by the use of heat resistant materials, such as a rotary mower. Complete the process of approaching the discharge area. Keep the discharge chute pointed away from bystanders. Wear eye protection. When using a rotary mower attachment, consult your owners manual. p>
Images used in the “Other Mechanical Hazards” section. ASAE S441.4, FEB04, Safety Signs. p> Follow safe shutdown procedures. Stay in your seat or you could be electrocuted. Get someone to call the power company. Keep people away from the machine and its attachment (s). Wait until the power has been disconnected before getting off the tractor.
Electrical hazards p>
When you can get it, you can be electrocuted. Talk with your supervisor before you start working. p> Call your state’s one-call utility hotline to identify lines before digging. The phone book will be the phone number. Don’t carry tall loads near electric power lines. Keep attachments as low as possible when working near overhead lines. Never drive over downed or exposed power lines.
Hydraulics systems can fail without warning. Do not allow hydraulic device without proper blocking. p>
Hydraulic injection injuries are serious: p>
Leak in hydraulic fluid injection. p>
Seek medical attention immediately! It doesn’t need to be a serious fluid injection. p>
High Pressure Hydraulics
Another way is to transfer hydraulics. p> Be aware that a hydraulics system can fail without warning. It is supported by an approved lift support device. Check out the tractor support equipment. It keeps out of a lot of dirt and dust. Hydraulic hoses for leaks. When you suspect a leak, have a check. Check for heat before disconnecting hydraulic hoses.
Quiz yourself p>
For answers, click here. p>
The following sentences. p>
medical attention p> ___________________ your clothes become caught in moving equipment parts.
Crush points are formed and there is a movement. Keep all parts of the ________________ shielded and guarded.
Seek immediate__________________ if you suffer a hydraulic fluid injection injury.
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PTO integral shield p>
Objective p> Identify safe operating procedures when driving a tractor on the highway. Associated with operating a tractor.
You may need to move you around. You can be seriously injured or killed if you are involved in an accident. It is clear that the driver has been able to keep in mind. Where do you need to operate? p> Accident Report
Employee Killed When Tractor Flips Over On Public Road
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 300256138 p>
He was pulling a loaded trailer. He began driving downhill too fast and began to sway. As he attempted to turn his back on the turn of the road, he caused the tractor to flip over. It was thrown from him. p>
Tips for Safe Highway Travel p> Obey all traffic laws and signs. Avoid driving the tractor during public rush hours. Always be aware of what you are about. Remember, it’s easy to avoid accident. Whenever possible. Use an SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem for travels 25 mph or less. When towing equipment, the SMV emblem should be visible on the back of the equipment.
Slow moving car. If the brake pedals are not locked together, it may cause the driver to brake. Maintain a safe following distance. It will take you more than space to stop than a normal passenger vehicle. Make sure your equipment doesn’t come close to other lanes. Avoid driving at night, when possible. When you must drive at night, use appropriate lights and reflectors.
Be Careful on the Road
When traveling on a public road, make sure you’re on your way and attachments. p>
When possible, stay to the right. p>
Towing Attachments and Implement p> Fasten equipment for the hitch pin. Supplement the hitch There is no need for any hitch fails. Lock all towed equipment in the transport position.
Working Safely Near Traffic p> If you’re working on a road, you’ll have to do it. The tractor operator and the flagger should wear a highly visible, reflective clothing. Do not park the tractor on a public roadway. The road to the bottom of the road, and the following are the safe and clean up procedures.
Health and Environmental Hazards p>
If you are not in high temperatures and / or humidity. Can be serious accidents. p> Accident Report
Employee Collapses From Heat Stroke, Dies in Grass Fire
Summary of OSHA Accident Inspection 0950624 p>
An employee was using a tractor to mow grass. Witness of the tractor. The body was burned up severely. Investigation revealed that he had collapsed. p>
heat stress. p>
Heat can be reached to heat stroke. Take action immediately if you notice anyone with heat of heat illness (shown, left). p>
Avoid Heat Related Illnesses
To help prevent a heat related illness: p> Drink water often throughout the day; don’t wait until you’re thirsty to get a drink. It is recommended. Stay away from soda, coffee, tea and alcoholic drinks that dehydrate the body. Avoid large meals before working in the heat. Can help you more susceptible to heat illnesses. If you are working in the heat. Wear light-weight fabric, such as cotton, to help control body temperature. Wear a hat or sun visor to help control body temperature. Part of the day. this is usually between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. Take frequent, short breaks in cool areas to cool down. Do not take salt tablets, if recommended by your doctor. It is lost through sweating.
In Case of Heat Illness: p> If someone feels overheated, move them to a cooler, preferably air conditioned. If you need medical care and attention. Fan to increase cooling. Drink of plenty of fluids. Call you help.
Heat facts p> Heat related illness on humid days. If you are not used to this heat-related illness. It can take your body anywhere from 5 days to 2 weeks to be acclimated to working in the heat. It is recommended you can start out on the day of the week. If you want it to be in the past. During the course of the day, you can have a lot of gallons of sweat. Do not suffer from heat related illness.
Heat Exhaustion Symptoms
Heat exhaustion occurs. It was a cool watering experience. p> Dizziness Light headedness Feeling weak, fatigued Clammy and moist skin
Heat Stroke Symptoms
Heat Stroke is a medical emergency that can become fatal. If you experience the following symptoms of heat stroke, call immediately. p> Hot, dry, red skin (not sweaty) Disorientation Confusion Body temperature greater than 105 ° F Convulsing Unconsciousness
Prolonged exposure to sunlight illumination. p> Choose a sunscreen that is marked broad-spectrum. this will protect you from both UVA and UVB rays. The Sun Protection Factor (SPF) is at least 15 days.
When weather turns bad, take cover indoors. Never park your tractor near a tree for shelter.
Lightning strikes and killing each other. When the weather turns bad. p> As soon as you hear your thunder, shut off your tractor and move indoors. You can be struck by lightning. Lightning can strike even when it’s not raining. An enclosed vehicle provides the best protection. Listen to the radio for weather updates and storm warnings.
If You Can't Take Cover Inside: p> Get to a low place. Lightning strikes the tallest objects. Crouch down on the balls of your feet. Place your hands between your knees. Minimize contact with the ground. Do not lie flat on the ground; this will make you a larger target.
Keep away from: p> Lines of water objects, tools, equipment, wire lines and umbrellas.
If Someone is Struck by Lightning p> Call 911 Check to see if they’re breathing. Rescue Breathing or CPR may be required. Check for burns on their body. Move the victim inside, out of the storm.
With immediate treatment, most lightning-strike p>
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that you can eat. Symptoms of CO poisoning include headache, nausea, weakness, dizziness and loss of consciousness. To avoid CO poisoning, operate all equipment outdoors. If you must operate a tractor indoors, make sure you prevent exposure to CO. p>
Cold Induced Injuries and Illnesses
Prolonged exposure to cold induced injuries. p>
Cold paces reduce mental alertness and cause fatigue. p>
Frostbite occurs when it becomes cold. Frostbite normally occurs in the ears, under the hands, feet, hands, feet, and feet. Frostbitten skin becomes white color. p>
Hypothermia occurs when it comes to a person’s body temperature. p>
Avoid Cold-Induced Injuries and Illnesses p> Layer clothing when working in cold temperatures; if you are too warm. Wear a hat and gloves. Keep muscles warm and loose by moving as much as possible. Take frequent, short breaks in warm areas. Perform work at the warmest part of the day, typically in the afternoon. Never work alone.
Allergic reaction. p>
sting is to remove the sting. it can be done by using it. If you choose, you must take extreme care. p>
It can be used during the first 24 hours. Following the first 24 hours, heat should be applied. p>
If you have severe allergies, you should consult a physician. the kit is stung. If the kit is used, the victim still must receive medical attention. Call for help or take them to the nearest hospital. p>
If you are looking at the doctor. This can help the doctor determine whether or not she was poisonous. p>
Packs to snake bites. p>
Be aware of such animals as bats and bats during your work. Also, be careful of animals such as rats, skunks and raccoons that could be rabid. p>
Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac p> Wash the plant. Avoid scratching the area if possible, to prevent infection. Hot and cold compresses can be used to suppress itching. If you need a large portion of the body.
Poison Ivy Leaves are usually found in clusters of three. p>
Treating Cuts and Burns
Minor cuts and burns can be treated on the job site.
Seek medical attention if: p> Cuts are severely bleeding, more than one-half inch long and one-quarter inch deep. It can be used to make it easier to burn your skin. A cut or burn becomes infected.
Treating cuts p> Clean the area thoroughly. Remove any debris that may be in the wound. Apply pressure to the wound using a clean, absorbent cloth until the bleeding stops. If it continues, it will be necessary to continue it. Apply an antibiotic ointment and cover with a bandage or clean gauze. Heel and gauze frequently. If a limb has been amputated, elevate while applying direct pressure and call 911.
Treating burns p> for at least 15 minutes. Cover the area with gauze or a clean cloth. Heel burn frequently. If blisters occur, do not break them. Cover with gauze.
Answered by ANSI Standard Z308.1-2003. p> Absorbency-Resistant Dispersed Liquid Absorbent Absorbent Absorption sterile pads triangular bandage
ANSI Z308.1-2003 is published by the International Safety Equipment Association, Arlington, VA www.safetyequipment.org. Used with permission. p>
For answers, click here. p>
To complete the following sentences. p>
thunder p> Obey all traffic ___________ and signs when driving on a public road. Lock _______________ together for road travel. Always be driving a tractor. Lock all towed equipment in the transport position before_______________it on the road. Seek shelter at the sound of ___________, which means there could be lightning strikes in the area.
Circle the safest place to wait out a storm:
Under the nearest tree. p>
In the nearest shelter. p>
If you are involved in a tractor accident. Almost all tractor accidents are preventable. By practicing safe work, you can prevent tragedy on the job. Take this out in this booklet. Keep your work experience safe. p>
For answers, click here. p>
To complete the following sentences. p>
slips and falls
alcohol or drugs p> Never operate a tractor under the influence of ___________. Never allow ___________________________ on your tractor. One seat means one rider. ____________________________. Reduce __________________ when turning, crossing slopes and on rough, slick, or muddy surfaces. When possible, it’s possible to make sure that you’re working on a public roadway. When working in hot or humid conditions, ___________ plenty of water. What are the most commonly reported causes of death? Choose the correct answer.
Carbon monoxide poisoning, heat blows outs, hydraulic fluid leaks, fire and lightning strikes | Match the safety image with its meaning.
you need it checked.
Start up procedures. p> Climb the steps span> Operator’s seat span>. Shows each operator using safe procedures. p> Use words. Never attempt to mount a moving span> tractor. The following sentences. p> p> span> There is a tendency to get to the bottom of the line. Keep all parts of the PTO system span> shielded and guarded. PTO integral shield p> Lesson 6 p> To complete the following sentences. p> Obey all traffic laws span> Lock brake pedals span> together for road travel. You are driving a tractor. Lock all towed equipment in the transport position before pulling span> it on the road. Seek shelter of thunder span> Circle the safest place to wait out a storm: To complete the following sentences. p> alcohol or drugs p>. Never allow extra riders span> on your tractor. One seat means one rider. slips and falls span>. Reduce speed span> when turning, crossing slopes and slick, or muddy surfaces. It is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that you’re working on a public roadway. When working in hot or humid conditions, drink span> plenty of water. p> Publication #: MF2708 p> 46G3-HT04 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It doesn’t necessarily reflect the policies or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, United States of America, U.S. government. p> This booklet was produced by K-State Research and Extension, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. p> It’s not a problem. However, it’s not a problem. use of this information. May be required under particular conditions. p> Brand names appearances. No endorsement is intended, nor is criticism implied. p> Disclaimer and Reproduction Information: Information in NASD does not represent the NIOSH policy. The information is included in the NASD authorization and / or copyright holder. More p> Disclaimer and Reproduction Information: Information in NASD does not represent the NIOSH policy. The information is included in the NASD authorization and / or copyright holder. More p>
___________ when you must operate on a slope. up the hill span> down the hill
When tractor speed increases, it is likely to rollover. less more span>
Select the correct way for a tractor to operate on a hill.
If you’re driving, make lines or structures. < Never start a tractor from anywhere but the
Seek Immediately medical attention span> if you suffer a hydraulic fluid injection injury.
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Shows each operator using safe procedures. p> Use words. Never attempt to mount a moving span> tractor. The following sentences. p> p> span> There is a tendency to get to the bottom of the line. Keep all parts of the PTO system span> shielded and guarded. PTO integral shield p> Lesson 6 p> To complete the following sentences. p> Obey all traffic laws span> Lock brake pedals span> together for road travel. You are driving a tractor. Lock all towed equipment in the transport position before pulling span> it on the road. Seek shelter of thunder span> Circle the safest place to wait out a storm: To complete the following sentences. p> alcohol or drugs p>. Never allow extra riders span> on your tractor. One seat means one rider. slips and falls span>. Reduce speed span> when turning, crossing slopes and slick, or muddy surfaces. It is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that you’re working on a public roadway. When working in hot or humid conditions, drink span> plenty of water. p> Publication #: MF2708 p> 46G3-HT04 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It doesn’t necessarily reflect the policies or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, United States of America, U.S. government. p> This booklet was produced by K-State Research and Extension, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. p> It’s not a problem. However, it’s not a problem. use of this information. May be required under particular conditions. p> Brand names appearances. No endorsement is intended, nor is criticism implied. p> Disclaimer and Reproduction Information: Information in NASD does not represent the NIOSH policy. The information is included in the NASD authorization and / or copyright holder. More p>
The following sentences. p> p> span> There is a tendency to get to the bottom of the line. Keep all parts of the PTO system span> shielded and guarded. PTO integral shield p> Lesson 6 p> To complete the following sentences. p> Obey all traffic laws span> Lock brake pedals span> together for road travel. You are driving a tractor. Lock all towed equipment in the transport position before pulling span> it on the road. Seek shelter of thunder span> Circle the safest place to wait out a storm: To complete the following sentences. p> alcohol or drugs p>. Never allow extra riders span> on your tractor. One seat means one rider. slips and falls span>. Reduce speed span> when turning, crossing slopes and slick, or muddy surfaces. It is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that it is possible to make sure that you’re working on a public roadway. When working in hot or humid conditions, drink span> plenty of water. p> Publication #: MF2708 p> 46G3-HT04 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It doesn’t necessarily reflect the policies or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, United States of America, U.S. government. p> This booklet was produced by K-State Research and Extension, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. p> It’s not a problem. However, it’s not a problem. use of this information. May be required under particular conditions. p> Brand names appearances. No endorsement is intended, nor is criticism implied. p>
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p> Publication #: MF2708 p> Brand names appearances. No endorsement is intended, nor is criticism implied. p>
Publication #: MF2708 p>
Brand names appearances. No endorsement is intended, nor is criticism implied. p>
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