APPENDIX A. - Continued
Other work performed in March included the painting and sandblasting of
the ring follower, the painting of the wicket gates, shift ring, and jet
tubes, grinding on the interior of the turbine wheel, spring lawn
maintenance, minor breaker maintenance, preventive maintenance checks, and
minor visitor center, dam and powerplant maintenance.
Weekly tool box meetings were conducted by the foremen with their crews.
The subjects that were covered include:
Be a safe boater; boating season has started and there are many
people on the lake drinking and having a good time.
Know the machinery you are operating. A complete check should be
done before operation starts.
Use proper lifting procedures to prevent injury to you or someone
Be careful when around welding as the flash could cause injury to
Clean your work area after you are finished.
Hands-on fire extinguisher training. Used C02 and Halon for
Use grounding strap while working close to the power lines.
Wear safety glasses while doing any kind of grinding work.
Report any hazardous situations to your supervisor so they can be
corrected as soon as possible.
Transformer clearance, make sure the clearance is what you want.
Check the grounds, etc.
Request any clearance you feel you need. Do not open the PT cubicle
without de-energizing the circuit. Control circuits can be turned
off and tagged using danger tags. Notify operations if you changed
status of the pumps.
Discuss the clearance on K1A and grounding procedures.
Bomb threats, telephone procedures, evacuation, and shutdown
procedures were all discussed.
Boring bar, welding, and grinding hazards in the turbine.
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