Mid Season Operative Training

Welcome to your Mid Season Operative Training

1. A person on site declines access to all areas or a part of site. What do you do?
2. What PPE as minimum do you need to be able to safely complete a gritting job?
3. Why should you always have your phone in your pocket whilst servicing walkways on site?
4. It’s another dry night, you enter your site and see salt at the entrance and as far as your eye can see. Should you:
5. Service Instruction (or access notes) mentions that you need to service your site before 21:00 (9pm). Do you:
6. Your salt yard is running low on salt (less than 5 nights) – what do you do?
7. Which of the following statements are correct?
8. Why should you NOT over grit a site?
9. Which of the following statements are TRUE with regards to metal staircases?
10. Access issues need to be reported…
11. You accidentally knocked down a bollard while on a client site…
12. For those making use of OUTCO vehicles, which of the following applies?
13. You have a new site on your route tonight, but you haven’t received a site plan yet.
14. The best way to limit mechanical spreader issues is to…
15. You can climb on to and work on the back of vehicles…
16. Which of the following statements are correct?
17. The best way to avoid call backs to sites or sanctions is to…
18. Which of the following is regarded as a near miss?
19. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
20. What should we NOT do during a vehicle handover?