Other hazards

Injury may be caused by:

● Slipping, tripping or falling
● Improper treatment of water additives and treatment products
● Touching the insulation box, turbo-charger, pipes, exhaust manifold, or other unprotected parts without protection during engine operation
● Dropping parts during maintenance work
● Starting maintenance work too early, thus, causing burns when handling hot components
● Neglecting use of cranes and/or lifting tools
● Not using proper tools during maintenance work
● Not using correct protecting outfits when handling hot parts, thus, causing burns
● Contact with fuel, lubrication oil or oily parts during maintenance work
● Exposure to high noise levels
● Touching or removing turbocharger insulation too soon after stopping the engine
● Ejection of preloaded springs when dismantling components.



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