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Updated: May 30, 2019

We are going to start doing some of our monthly safety meetings on the blog.



For the Month of June

You need to log into the new website blog (if you are reading this you were successful) and make a comment on one of the safety hints and tips from last month's safety meeting giving either a solution or what you feel can be done in the future to avoid this problem. Look below in the comments. You should pick one of the numbers and in your comment let me know which one you are commenting on (like I am talking about #1).

Stay safe and let's try to use the blog for these types of things to either warn each other about areas of concern or other topics you feel are necessary.


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Unknown member
Jul 11, 2019

I'm commenting on Tip #2. if we are doing a proper pre-trip or a post trip here in the yard we would catch bad tires lights not working so on extra. Where i can fix them here not 200 miles away. If you have something wrong lets not leave the yard tell it has been fixed.

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vic
Jul 02, 2019

I would like to weigh in on # 2, Pre-trips and Post trips.

I think most of us agree that a good pre trip inspection can prevent problems down the road. Finding worn or damaged components and getting them fixed at a convenient time is better than sitting on the side of the road waiting for a service call on a broken component. But it seems that fewer of us put as much thought into a post trip inspection. If you find a problem during a post trip, you have 10 hours to get it fixed. if you wait until you do a pre trip to find it, you will lose time and miles and spend the rest of y…


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gregv
Jul 02, 2019

#2 Along with doing the pre/post trips on the log it would be a good idea if there was an email to the shop as well outlining any problems. That will make it easier for everyone on the team to know if there is a problem that needs to be addressed. I like the idea that was mentioned about having a form to fill out and turn in to the shop.

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Unknown member
Jul 01, 2019

My comment is on this pic that person should have observed the height of the building.

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Unknown member
Jul 01, 2019

Ok thank you

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