VACANCY PROCEDURES

ENGLEWOOD CREST GUYS GETTING AFTER IT.........EARL , DONNIE &  ROGER.

HOUSTON, TX

THESE MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE LEAVING RULES CLASS. CAN BE DONE ANYTIME BEFORE HAND, EVEN FROM HOME.

VIED - Rail Security Awareness Course

ORRS - Rail Security Awareness Test

PDXN - Transportation Hearing Conservation Training

OP220C - Electronic Devices Online Training Course

Q222 - Ergonomics Awareness

OPFPT - Fire Prevention Training

SFGHSB - Hazard Communication: The Global Harmonized Standard (GHS) for Transportation Employees

MEDRT - Medical Rules Training

WATCH THIS 15 MINUTE MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO BY SELECTING THE LINK BELOW.

https://youtu.be/nN3ylu9OO3E

"Listen to everyone, read everything, believe nothing unless you can prove it in your own research."
-William Cooper-

There are always questions arising regarding crew members assigned to one crew assisting another train or yard crew. Federal Code (49 CFR Part 218.22) outlines that only a utility employee may assist another crew by working with or on their train, and with only one crew at a time. The simple answer is that if you may need to be on another train or yard job's "Red Zone', you cannot help them unless you are assigned as a utility!

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