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Using the process of Plan, Brief, Execute, and Debrief, the Spotter and the Equipment Operator will review the task(s), hazards, environment, and mitigation of hazards prior to beginning the job or any time the job conditions change.
Directs the movement of equipment and personnel in the immediate vicinity of the equipment he/she is spotting for.
Warns the equipment operator of approach distances to wires and other objects.
Clears brush and other debris from the job site as directed by the crew foreman / operator.
Flags all hazards on the job site and a 10' circle around all structures where work is being performed.
Meets all visitors with the JSA and brief them on the hazards associated with the present work and makes sure non-essential personnel are not in the work area.
Keeps in constant radio contact with equipment operator.
Knowledgeable of all approved hand signals.
Stays alert at all times to warn the equipment operator and others in the area of dangerous situations.
Remains OFF of the cell phone and focused on the tasks at hand.
Clears brush and debris from the job site.
Operates a chainsaw*.
Assists others in Basic Machine Maintenance, binding equipment and washing equipment.
Makes sure the drop zone is clear of personnel and equipment.
Makes sure the drop zone is clear of trees and other debris which could impede the falling of a tree.
Serves as a second pair of eyes to the feller/operator noting potential hazardous situations.
Retrieves additional parts and equipment from the truck, shop, or warehouse.
Assist in building gates and fencing as needed.
Drives and operates trucks and equipment*.
Shall follow all company safety guidelines.
Shall wear all appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required for the job duties.
Shall notify the crew foreman if other members of the crew, other contractors on-site, or members of the general public on-site are not working or behaving in a safe manner.
This job may operate in remote locations, void of sanitary facilities, in extreme weather conditions both hot and cold and precipitation, during light of day, during the night and possibly in flooded areas.
Sit for up to 4 hours
Squat for up to 30 minutes, or
Stand for up to 8 hours
Height for climbing – 6’ (Required to climb a ladder, stairs, or tree for up to 6’.)
Maximum single step height – 2’ (Required to make a maximum single step height of up to 2’ with one leg.)
Maximum weight carried while climbing – 30lbs (Required to carry up to 30 lbs while climbing ladder, stairs, or tree.)
Crawl height – 2’ (Required to be able to crawl under a 2’ crawl space.)
Small space/hole – 2.5’ wide (Required to be able to fit through a 2.5’ wide crawl space.)
Max weight single hand – 30lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 30 lbs with a single hand.)
Max weight both hands – 60lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 60 lbs with both hands.)
Max floor to waist lift – 75lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 75 lbs from the floor to the waist.)
Above shoulder lift – 40lbs (Required to be able to lift up to 40 lbs from the floor to above the shoulders)
Expected Hours of Work:
Hours are subject to change based on business requirements and per company policy.
As an employee of Woodson Incorporated it will be required for you to complete work that is not in your job description. This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.