Area Designated (Where do you dump?)

  • Is the entrance to the site marked?
    The entrance-way should be easy to locate from the street.

  • Is the driver easily directed to the dump location?
    The driver should be able to find their way to the unload location on site.

  • Does the site have established haul roads for trucks?
    Drivers should have a route to get to and from the unload location.

  • Is dump location clearly identified?
    Precise zone for material to be unloaded should be clear to driver.

  • What type of road surface is in place?

Communication Established (How do you communicate?)

  • Who is contacted from site? Onsite contact should be established for dispatch. Name, Phone #, CB Channel, Position

Environment Controlled (How are dump conditions?)

  • Is area free of overhead lines?
    Drivers area not permitted to dump within 6 meters of overhead lines.

  • Is area around dump zones clear?
    Area surrounding unload locations should have adequate clearance.

  • Is there a flag person to direct trucks into position?
    Flag person should be present if trucks haven to reverse into position.

  • What are ground conditions at the dump point?

  • What are the grade conditions at the dump point?

Dispatch and Logistics (How is the load delivered?)

  • Are the directions accurate?
    The driver should easily find Dump site from delivery instructions.

  • Is the site weather-sensitive?
    Wet conditions can compromise ground stability making it unsafe for trucks.

  • Can the customer stockpile material?
    Some customers are service-sensitive and use the material as it's delivered.

  • How is the Landing Area prepared? Is it graded frequently to ensure a level area to offload material?

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