THE P.O.OH Principle

THE P.O.OH Principle

We have fallen into the trap of beginning training at the prestart of the vehicle or the equipment – There is so much more to operator training than a prestart. The following points lay out the foundations of Operator Training in a logical order you can use to train your trainees – Day in / Day out.

PLAN AND PREPARE -This is about getting ready

  • Documentation
  • Work Requirements
  • Work Activity
  • Hazards and Risks
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Passenger and Equipment Safety
  • Environmental Hazards

OPERATE – This is about the vehicle / equipment

  • Prestart, Start up and Shutdown
  • Operating the Vehicle
  • Maintenance and Fault finding
  • Reporting hazards and Defects

OPERATIONS – This is about what you do with the vehicle / equipment

  • Work Activity Execution
  • Load Haul Dump
  • Production Targets and Processes
  • Interacting in the Operational Environment

HOUSEKEEPING – This Covers whatever is left unsaid

  • Refueling
  • Emergency Scenarios
  • Process Details (Where the process fits in to big picture

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