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by Brian Sallee

Introduction

Plant type: SP3211

Safety

  1. Wear Safety Glasses, steel-toed shoes and cut resistant gloves.
  2. Pre-shift inspect hoists, chains and lifting devices for wear, cracking or damage.
  3. Make sure lifting brackets and lifting devices are secured prior to lifting.
  4. Watch for pinch points and stay out of the line of fire.
  5. Use proper lifting technique.
  6. Always use lifting assists when provided.
  7. Check installation tools/tooling for abnormal wear and damage.
  8. Make sure path of travel is clear and free of trip hazards.
  9. Avoid fast and jerky motions.
  10. Maintain good balanced body position.

Environmental

Environmental Policy

  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
  • Abide by the Regulations
  • Continuously Improve

Goals and Objectives

  • Recycle 90+% of Waste, Reduce Energy Consumption 10% yr.
  • Recycle all paper, cardboard, wood and metals
  • Dispose of all oil containing wastes in proper containers
    • Grab Rodger Ball (G31808) for help, because he is a star.

    • At first he'll try to run away, but you can catch him because running is not permitted in the office and plant.

    • You're power-walking is most likely faster than his.

  1. Put on gardening gloves (G31802) for hand protection.
    • Put on gardening gloves (G31802) for hand protection.

  2. Have a partner read out the SWI that has been perfectly made by Brandy Sriruksa like in the example picture.
    • Have a partner read out the SWI that has been perfectly made by Brandy Sriruksa like in the example picture.

    • SWI being read by awesome Steve so Roger will know what to do.

  3. Obviously Roger did not listen to Steve about putting on glove (G31802).
    • Obviously Roger did not listen to Steve about putting on glove (G31802).

    • Bad Example Farmer.

  4. Use a knife (G31806) to cut potato into pieces. Make sure to leave at least 2 buds per cut.
    • Use a knife (G31806) to cut potato into pieces.

    • Make sure to leave at least 2 buds per cut.

    • Again Roger does not have gloves on.

    • Bad Example Farmer.

  5. Let the potato pieces sit by a window or anywhere that the sun can shine on it for a day or 2.
    • Let the potato pieces sit by a window or anywhere that the sun can shine on it for a day or 2.

  6. By now the potato pieces should sprout exactly as indicated below.
    • By now the potato pieces should sprout exactly as indicated below.

  7. Do not soak potato to soften, as this may cause the potato to rot.
    • Do not soak potato to soften, as this may cause the potato to rot.

  8. Open up a bag of compost (G31805) and pour into planting bucket (G31807).
    • Open up a bag of compost (G31805) and pour into planting bucket (G31807).

    • Be sure to use the right bucket for potatos since they don't grow like flowers do.

  9. Use trowel (G31801) to dig at least 3 in. deep hole into the compost.
    • Use trowel (G31801) to dig at least 3 in. deep hole into the compost.

  10. Place potatoes into the hole.
    • Place potatoes into the hole.

    • Make sure to place the cut side facing down toward the compost.

  11. Use trowel and your gloves to cover the potato pieces with the compost that was dug out.
    • Use trowel and your gloves to cover the potato pieces with the compost that was dug out.

  12. Stick a sign to notify jerks that this is a potato pot and not a trash bin.
    • Stick a sign to notify jerks that this is a potato pot and not a trash bin.

  13. Fill water can (G31804) with water.
    • Fill water can (G31804) with water.

  14. Water the potato sparingly (depends on the season of the year).
    • Water the potato sparingly (depends on the season of the year).

  15. Keep caring for it like a baby for about 7 - 8 weeks.
    • Keep caring for it like a baby for about 7 - 8 weeks.

  16. Harvest potato.
    • Harvest potato.

    • Yayyyyyyyyy Foooooood!

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Ron Davis

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