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Case Study 102

Geoff has been working for a scrap metal company for nearly fifteen years.  He drives a 26,000kg tipper which is used to transport the scrap.

Today Geoff has a trainee with him who is learning the job.

cs102His day starts at 5 am, and his shifts last a maximum of 8 hours. He spends around 30 minutes undertaking his daily vehicle checks before the tipper is loaded with scrap metal by a crane driver. Geoff has instructed his trainee to secure the load before they set off on a four hour drive to the destination.

The truck is less than a year old and fitted with a synchromesh gearbox and road-friendly suspension.

This is Geoff’s third day back at work after a regular rest period.