Type: Lessons Learned
Publisher: Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID
Published As: Public
- Take a moment to consider the use of flags or indicators for hazards or equipment that may not be easily seen from inside a vehicle while operating it.
- Use a person as a spotter to give directions when maneuvering a vehicle in tight areas.
- Take the time to properly use human performance tools such as take two, STAR (Stop, Think, Act, Review), and self-check prior to moving a vehicle.
- Perform a vehicle walk-around to identify any potential hazards that may exist nearby.
- Avoid "tunnel vision" when performing a task; take in your surroundings.
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