Remember to consult your Operation and Maintenance Manual to familiarize yourself with the features of your wheel loader.
Be mindful of your personal safety and wear recommended PPE for your worksite, including safety goggles and work boots. Conduct ground-level pre-shift inspections on oil and DEF, and inspect your machine for standard damage and wear. Know and avoid pinch points on your wheel loader. Avoid slips, trips and falls when entering and exiting your wheel loader by always maintaining three points of contact on your machine and using steps, handrails and footholds. Always wear your seatbelt when operating your wheel loader.
Your wheel loader has been designed with an easily adjustable, suspended seat with an optional four-point harness to maximize operator safety. Inclined steps, a wide door and convenient grab handles make the cab of your wheel loader more accessible than ever. A seat-mounted electro-hydraulic joystick steering system reduces arm fatigue, and a touchscreen color display with a rear-view camera and a computerized monitoring system help operators stay alert and focused on their surroundings.
Learn more about wheel loader safety by consulting your Cat dealer. Looking for even more ways to bring safety to your site? Use our Toolbox Talks to start a conversation with your crew.
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