Audit

Inspection Items

1. Is Service Center complying with the CSXT locomotive shut down policy?

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2. Are the calendar day inspection forms retained for 92 days & all reported defects signed off?

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3. Has the calendar day inspection been completed and recorded on the work report, form CSX 5001 RM part A and CSX ready track inspection report?

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4. Inspect all cab seats for visible damage, cleanliness & proper operation. W2101

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5. Check all window wipers for proper operation. W2103

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6. Is cooling water level no more than 2" low and treated as required? is fill cap in" locked" position? W2105

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7. Is oil level no more than 2" below the full mark? W2106

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8. Is air compressor oil level within full and 1 gallon low mark? W2107

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9. Is governor oil level between the two black lines on the sight glass with the engine idling? Note: for sealed governors, shut down engine and oil should be within the black lines after 15 minutes. W2108

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10. Visually check engine components for any leaks; inspect engine protector for leaks or physical damage and ensure that the buttons are not blocked in. W2111

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11. Are all brake shoe thickness more than 1/2" at any point on the shoe? Are all brake shoes for yard power, hump and RCL locomotive renewed? inspect brake rigging for bent levers or rods, pins and nuts secured and brake cylinder piston travel: 6" Max or 2 1/2" for under slung. W2112

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12. Have all sand boxes been filled? W2115




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13. Inspect lower components (W2116):
- End plates 3" - 6" above rail, 9" if waivered (stencil & Blue Card).
- Sand pipes 2 1/2" above rail.
Where pits are available check for security and condition:
A. Support bearing caps
B. Gear-cases
C. Wick assemblies
D. Fuel tank
E. T/M cables
F. T/M covers

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14. Inspect unit to ensure air card and Blue Form are current. W2117
When applicable 184 day Q sticker must be applied to Blue Form holder and Mechanical Department Log Form # 480-9000007-1 must be completed.

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15. Insure that all lights are working and lens are installed. W2118

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16. Insure cab heaters operating properly. (September - April) W2120

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17. Insure GPR c/o switch is properly sealed. W2123

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18. All traction motors must be cut-in and c/o switch sealed. W2124

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19. Insure all main reservoirs are drained, valves in automatic position and air dryer operating properly. W2125

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20. Check annunciator panel lights or DID panel for any faults. W2126

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21. Check refrigerator, water cooler or ice box for any defects. W2127

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22. Inspect toilet for cleanliness and operation. Ensure toilet modesty lock is functional. W2128

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23. Inspect toilet compartment. Toilet area must be in a clean and sanitary condition. No offensive odor is permissible. W2142

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24. Insure diesel fuel added as required. W2129

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25. Inspect both fire extinguishers for broken seals, visual damage, or evidence of discharge, proper security, and expiration dates. W2131

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26. Inspect floors, passageways and compartments for oil, water, waste or any obstruction that creates a tripping, slipping or fire hazard. Have cab windows and crossing warning lights been cleaned? check cab glass for defects. W2131

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27. Inspect wheel flange stick lubricator and service as needed. W2135

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28. Visually inspect the wheels for any FRA defects. W2143

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29. Inspect all sand piping, hoses and nozzles for proper application, alignment and leaks. W2144

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30. If 23/30/46 day lubrication was due, were the following items completed? All units except CW40-8, units 7759 and higher, B20/40-8, CW44-9 and CW44AC.
A. W2300/W3000/W4505 add 3 lbs. T/M gear lube.
B. W2301/W3001/W4500 fill T/M support bearing to 1/2" of top and inspect wick assemblies.
C. W2303/W3002/W4506 fill journal box to 1/2" of top. (Hyatt)
D. W2306/W4508 visual wheel inspection.
E. W4502/W2304 service oil filled gear cases with SHC-6800 oil.

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31. List separately any identified FRA defect not covered in this checklist.

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.