Inspect and Clean Machinery for Plant, Animal and Soil Material
Unit of Competency AHCBIO201
Inspect and clean machinery hygiene training applies to anyone who is moving machinery or equipment from one site to another. Such as combine harvesters, tractors, vehicles, trucks, dozers, graders, excavators, front end loaders, backhoe, scrapers and drill rigs. To ensure that soil borne pathogens and weed are not relocated to the new site.
What will I gain out of the weed & seed training?
If you are a supply company, mining company or a gas company you will reduce your daily cleaning costs. On the completion of the training in weed & seed you will be able to go to Santos, QGC, Arrow and Origin offices and get their vehicle/equipment inspection report book.
The training covers
- Check machinery and support vehicles
- Organises the work tasks before starting and communicate with other workers.
- Get all relevant compliance documentation – cleaning report/declaration form a third party report.
- Check safety procedures – inspect the work area and identifies the hazards.
- Always do routine checks for contamination on the machine/equipment before starting the cleaning – visual checks on all points.
- How long a weed hygiene last for your vehicle/machine.
- What fines are involved if not done correctly
- Remove all covers and parts safety.
- Clean machinery and equipment
- Select correct cleaning equipment and tools
- Blow out entire engine compartment area and radiator core and under engine and over condensers – blowing from inside out with low air pressure or using a high pressure washer on a low pressure setting.
- Wipe up any oil and grease
- Vacuum the inside of the cabins
- Wash all exterior with high volumes of water at a designated wash down facility
- Check all areas after cleaning
- Replace all parts, covers, guards and secures safety cable
- Complete cleaning work
- Dispose of waste and infected material or weeds
- Complete all reports and cleaning logbooks correctly and promptly
- Watch a video on weed & seed training