(2) Using the buddy system and weapon clearing barrels if available ensure each soldiers weapon is clear of ammunition. b. Disassembling Weapon (1) Using STP 21-1-SMCT or TM 9-1005-319-10 for guidance, disassembling weapon (2) Ensure all weapon components are organized so no parts are missing. c. Clean Weapon (1) .Use a supply issued 5.56 cleaning kit and STP 21-1-SMCT or TM 9-1005-319-10 for reference. (2) Clean each part of dirt, carbon, and grime. d. Inspect of Serviceability (1) Inspect your weapon for discrepancies using
b) Physical check on the VT for any damage or defect. c) Confirm the primary positioning of the VT e.g. a and n is according to the schematic drawing. d) Check that the VT terminal box is clean and the seal is in good condition and confirm the terminal labeling is as per schematic drawing. e) Inspection at the marshalling kiosk/switchgear: i.
This file lists all the hazardous substances used in the workplace. It should detail where they are kept, how they are labelled, their effects, the maximum amount of time it is safe to be exposed to them and how to deal with an emergency involving one of them. Lifting operations and lifting Equipment Regulation (1992) (LOLER) As it applies to all workplaces it is relevant to the use of lifting aids in the health and social care sector. Employers must ensure that the use of any lifting equipment meets the requirements of LOLER which says that lifting aids must be sufficiently stable, strong and suitable for the proposed use. Lifting equipments must be available to prevent risk of injury.
I keep up to date my first aid and that I have a fully stocked first aid box. I make sure accident forms are completed in the event of an accident occurring and that all parents are fully informed, who then sign any forms that need to be filled out. Working with children brings significant duty of care, and younger and more vulnerable the child, the greater the duty of care 1.2 By ensuring risk assessments are being carried out within a setting, also to make sure all equipment and toys are safe, and cater for the appropriate age. By making sure there are no hazards like cleaning materials being left out and all electrical sockets are not being left uncovered, this is to protect any harm to children and young people in my setting. Ensuring the setting is always clean to stop the spread of infection.
To check that all machinery and equipment is adequately guarded and in good and safe working order prior to being operated and not to make unauthorised or improper use of machinery, equipment and substances. Making sure the correct use of equipment and tools for the job and any protective equipment or safety devices which may be supplied. All toxic, hazardous and highly flammable substances are correctly used, stored and labelled. Report any defect in the premises equipment and facilities which we observe, taking an active interest in promoting health and safety and suggest ways of reducing risks. All accidents should be reported to the person in charge and dealt with immediately by the designated first aider, ensuring personal protective is worn.
Ensuring I wear the correct PPE at all times and remove correctly and dispose of. (apron, gloves). The most important point is to maintain a safe environment and to meet the requirement of health and safety legalisation. 1.3 Self: My main health and safety responsibilities are: • Report and record any health and safety concerns • Follow legalisation and policies and procedures • Use equipment correctly, report if any equipment is damaged or needs to be tested. (e.g.
*ensuring that both myself and all service users have the appropriate footwear on at all times *putting signs up when there is a wet floor Never trying to carry out a task on my own when it is obvious that another person is required *knowing the fire procedure policy *Basic hygiene *Using personal protective equipment (ppe) at relevant times *Ensuring that all moving and handling is carried out with the minimal lifting technique so as to avoid injury to myself or the service user. *Ensure that all equipment has been serviced and is in a good, clean working order, along with any attachments that are needed for it. *Making sure that when hand over is done at shift change that the office door is closed so that nobody outside of staff members are aware of what is being discussed *Not discussing other residents when in a separate residents room – or within earshot of a third party
Unit 8 5.2 These are the principles for safe moving and handling; Always check the care plan and safety guidelines Never manually lift a client. Asses the client and check for any changes in their condition. Plan the task adequately before you start moving them. Explain what you are going to do and obtain their cooperation and consent. Always use the appropriate handling equipment if it is in place.
1.0 PURPOSE This procedure is designed to confirm the integrity of all welds and leak-proofness of all steel work and nozzle systems of the Gas Scrubber 1-V-1915 under design pressure by subjecting it to hydro-static test in accordance with ASME BPV Code Section VIII Div 1 (2004 Edition) and MPN CTO -35 – P - 01 and also in line with standard work practices. On completion of the hydro-static testing, test certificate showing significant details shall be developed. All quality control report forms shall be duly completed stage wise and maintained as test record for the project. These records will form part of the test package. 2.0 REFERENCES This procedure shall be read in conjunction with the following references: • ASME BPV Code Section VIII Div 1(2004 Ed), UG-99 • MPN CTO - 35 - P - 01 3.0 SCOPE This Procedure comprises of steps necessary in preparing the Gas Scrubber for hydro-static testing, performing the test and recording observations and results to evaluate integrity of tested piping systems.