OPL Archive

OPL – Asbestos containing sites – Utility pipes inspection that potentially may contain asbestos

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During the investigation of a pipe leakage involving the disturbance on insulation, all millwrights must wear this precautionary PPE until the type of the insulation is confirmed. The PPE provided is : 1/2 face-piece silicone mask with particulate filter P100. If asbestos material is suspected during investigation, work should be

One Point Lesson – OPL – Compressed Air Safety – Usage of restricted air guns for cleaning activities

Usage of compressed air is very effective, however is very dangerous if not handled properly. Recommended to use air with restricting nozzle, reduces safety risk without loosing cleaning effectiveness. All approved air guns must have safety tip, if during pre-operational inspection found that air gun is missing nozzle, please

One Point Lesson – OPL

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What is an OPL? A tool to convey information. Designed to enhance knowledge and skills in a short time, at the right time, whenever needed. To upgrade levels of expertise by having individuals study, learn and then train others in the knowledge or skill. Who Creates OPL’s? Everyone! Operators,

One Point Lesson – Flat Belts Inspection – Autonomous Maintenance

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  Step 1: Clean the belt with a rag touching and observing the belt. Step 2: Look if flat belt is worn or cracked.

One point lesson electrical

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When disconnecting power always follow Left Hand Rule – make sure packaging machine is stopped and all major electricity devices (main drive motor, electric heaters etc.) are turned off, then turn of main power disconnect using your left hand. This OPL is only for reference – always follow safety

One Point Lesson – How to water forklift batteries

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