Travel medium or heavy self-propelled on-track equipment Training Course

TLIC2058 – Travel medium or heavy self-propelled on-track equipment

TC2058

Foundation Skills

This section describes those language, literacy, numeracy and employment skills that are essential to performance. See also – Foundation Skills Companion Volume

Skill Description 
ReadingIdentifies and interprets information from workplace procedures, documentation, legislation and regulations
NumeracyUses equipment operating capacity schedule to confirm safe weight load limits

Course Outline

1 Perform pre-operational checks
1.1 Hazards are identified, risks are assessed and control measures are implemented
1.2 Detailed pre-operational checks are conducted in accordance with manufacturer specifications and organisational procedures
1.3 Logbooks are checked and completed in accordance with organisational requirements and manufacturer specifications
1.4 Problems are identified and rectified in accordance with organisational procedures
1.5 Identified problems are reported and documented in accordance with organisational procedures

2 Obtain appropriate authority to travel
2.1 Authority is obtained from appropriate person to travel from siding or on/off tracking location to designated location in accordance with Rail Infrastructure Manager procedures
2.2 Communications with Network Control Officer is maintained using appropriate communications protocols and systems, in accordance with Rail Infrastructure Manager requirements and workplace procedures
2.3 Authority to travel is recorded in accordance with organisational procedures

3 Travel vehicle
3.1 Vehicle is travelled in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with relevant codes of practice, safeworking systems, manufacturer specifications, and organisational and Rail Infrastructure Manager procedures
3.2 Contingencies are responded to appropriately

4 Stable medium or heavy self-propelled track vehicle
4.1 Approval is requested from appropriate person to stable self-propelled track vehicle
4.2 Nominated stabling location and timing is confirmed
4.3 Vehicle is moved to nominated stabling location
4.4 Appropriate person is contacted and informed that vehicle is at nominated location and intact
4.5 Vehicle is stabled as directed and left in appropriate manner to ensure security and protection of vehicle and ancillary equipment

5 Perform post-operational procedures
5.1 Post-operational checks are conducted in accordance with manufacturer specifications and organisational procedures, to identify defects and maintenance requirements
5.2 Identified problems are reported in accordance with organisational procedures
5.3 Post-operational service schedules are conducted in accordance with organisational procedures

6 Complete documentation
6.1 Required documentation procedures and processes are confirmed
6.2 Documentation is filled in legibly and proofread
6.3 Documentation is processed in accordance with workplace procedures

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