MIXER TRUCKS AND BACKING ACCIDENT PREVENTION Volume 1, Issue 12 ADVERSE COLD WEATHER Volume 1, Issue 11 HARD HATS Volume 1, Issue 10 LIFTING SAFELY! Volume 1, Issue 9 LOCKOUT/TAGOUT SAVES LIVES! Volume 1, Issue 8
A 43-year old truck driver died on October 5, 2000 from injuries received when the concrete mixer truck he was driving overturned into a creek bed. OKFACE investigators concluded that to prevent similar occurrences, employers should: 1. Conduct a thorough
The Case for Integrating Vehicle Backing Safety Fact Sheet M ost drivers spend Hs04-018C (11-20) less than 1% of their driving time in reverse, yet national statistics indicate that about one-quarter of all collisions occur while backing. 1 Backing incident rates are
hopper, make sure no one is trapped between the mixer trucks, or between the mixer truck and the concrete pump before you begin backing towards the pump. Se e Fi gure 7 . 3.2 WARNING! Crushing hazard. D o not get closer than 10 feet to the pump unless
The concrete pumper truck that was to be used to pump concrete from the mixer trucks up to the bridge deck arrived at the south side of the bridge site at about 7:20 a.m. The pumper truck driver indicated to the bridge contractor foreman that additional staging space would be needed at the setup point near the north end of the haul road to accommodate the vehicle's outriggers and pads.
Potential hazards identified for ready mixed concrete truck drivers are listed below. Slips, Trips, and Falls. Slips, trips, and falls from truck equipment, elevated work stations, and walking surfaces. According to the National Safety Council (1986), falls account for 50% of injuries to concrete truck drivers.
Turning Safety Research of Concrete Mixer Truck Based on Lab VIEW SUN Guan-long, CAO Yuan-wen, LI Bang-quan, D e partment of Mechatronics & Automotive Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing 400074, China Abstract--According to the analysis of concrete mixer truck's
Therefore, this lesson focuses on what drivers and concrete producers need to consider for mixer truck washout once a truck arrives back at the ready-mix plant. Considerations in this video include returned concrete management, portable chute rinse-off management, the steps associated with mixer truck washout and the different types of equipment companies are using to assist with mixer truck …
To determine if the mixer #1's concrete was within specifications, the victim took a sample that weighed approximately 600 pounds from chute and loaded the concrete into a wheelbarrow. The victim pushed the wheelbarrow past the driver side of mixer #1, and as he came to the rear of mixer #2, he turned sharply south, to his right to get to his truck.
Safety Rules for Ready Mixed Concrete Truck Drivers Delivering to Pumps 1. General 1.1 WARNING!Always wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when working near a concrete pump. Safety glasses, hard hat, ear protection, and rubber gloves are 1.2
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Coaching The Ready-Mixed Concrete Truck Driver That s why a training program has been designed specifically for this industry. Unlike generic driver safety programs, Coaching the Ready-Mixed Concrete Truck Driver has been developed with input from professionals within the industry itself.
The Foundation funded the development of several online safety videos, including Backing Accident Prevention Program, Concrete Mixer Truck Rules for Using a Spotter, Lockout/Tagout/Tryout - Part I and Lockout/Tagout/Tryout - Part II and Pre-Trip Inspection (available for front and rear discharge mixers). The training lessons are unique in that the
10/8/2015 · The new titles bring the Online Safety Series to seven offerings, joining Concrete Mixer Truck Backing Accident Prevention Program; Concrete Mixer Truck Rules for Using a Backing Spotter; Lockout/Tagout/Tryout in the RMC Industry, Parts 1 & 2; and, Working
Backing Accident Prevention Program Member Price: $ 125.00 Non-Member Price: $ 400.00 Mixer drivers learn about the root causes of backing accidents and 11 prevention tips. Appropriate for front and rear discharge mixers. Add to Cart
This course for the ready mixed concrete industry teaches its participants about OSHA SAFETY compliance. It begins with why safety is so important and details the reasons why an effective safety program actually saves money through loss prevention and control. Participants learn about electrical safety, machine guarding, fall protection, hazard
23/8/2018 · A good example is the concrete mixer truck. In February, a 56-year-old worker was walking to a concrete mixer truck to start his work day. On his way, another concrete truck backed over him, killing him. According to OSHA, more than 250,000 people work in
25/7/2016 · Backing accident prevention kicks off online driver training series September 19, 2014 Concrete News In advance of an online driver training series to be formally released this month at the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association's ConcreteWorks Conference & Expo, the RMC Research and Education Foundation has posted on YouTube a preview of a two-lesson module addressing truck backing …