Online pdf Crown Walkie Stackers ES Operator Manual
Welcome to your Wave Operator Manual. This manual has been designed to provide you with speciﬁc information regarding the safe operation of the Wave work assist vehicle. As you will see in this manual, we’ve made it easy to use and understand, as well as informative.
Be aware though that only trained and authorized operators are permitted to use the vehicle. This manual is only one part of a complete operator training program that includes live presentations, hands-on training, and practice on the vehicle;
all of which must be provided by an authorized trainer before you are permitted to operate any Wave vehicle.
YOU MUST BE TRAINED
Only trained and authorized operators are permitted to use this vehicle.
This manual is one part of a complete training program. The program also includes watching the Training Video, reviewing the Crown Manual of Responsibility, along with hands-on training and practice on the vehicle. You must successfully demonstrate understanding of the material presented and be able to safely operate the vehicle before your training is completed.
CROWN MANUAL OF RESPONSIBILITY
The User shall ensure that the vehicle is operated and maintained according to the Crown Manual of Responsibility.
A copy of the Manual of Responsibility, along with the Service Manual, is stored in a tube under the platform. Return the manuals to the tube after use.
WATCH OUT FOR PEOPLE AROUND YOU
Pedestrians always have the right-of-way. They can’t control your vehicle. Start out slowly and don’t drive too close to them. Be careful at intersections. Check around the vehicle and under the platform before lowering or driving.
THERE IS NO SAFE PLACE FOR PASSENGERS
Never allow anyone to stand or ride anywhere on your vehicle.
FALLING OBJECTS CAN INJURE PEOPLE BELOW YOU
Be careful when handling tools or merchandise. Work close to racks or shelves when transferring loads. Make sure loads are stable.
FALLS ARE VERY SERIOUS ACCIDENTS
Keep the gates closed when you are elevated. Don’t climb on any part of the platform. Never add anything to the platform to stand or climb on. Don’t climb down from an elevated platform. Have someone lower the platform using the override controls on the service panel, or the manual lowering valve under the load deck.
HANDS AND FEET CAN BE PINNED OR CRUSHED
Come to a complete stop before leaving your vehicle. While the vehicle is moving, keep your hands on the controls and your heels on the pedals. Any part of your body caught between the vehicle and a solid object will be crushed or even cut off. If you must use a hand to stabilize a load, make certain you will not be pinned or crushed.
Never overload your vehicle. Distribute loads evenly. Watch out for overhead obstructions like pipes or electrical conduits. Stay away from the edge of docks or drop-offs. Be sure your path is clear of debris, holes or anything that could cause a tipover.
KEEP YOUR VEHICLE UNDER CONTROL
Don’t drive on ramps or grades. You could lose steering control. Be extra careful and drive slowly over spills or wet ﬂoors. Don’t drive over things in your path.
THIS PLATFORM IS NOT INSULATED
You could be burned or even killed if you or your vehicle comes too close to electrical devices or wires. Know what voltages you may be exposed to, and what the safe working distance is.