The Spotter’s Job – Setting the Pace for the Operation

The spotters at your waste facility play a critical role. They not only control vehicle traffic, but they also help set a productive pace for the operation by directing specific loads to the right place …at the right time. A…

The Spotter's Job - Setting the Pace for the Operation

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The spotters at your waste facility play a critical role. They not only control vehicle traffic, but they also help set a productive pace for the operation by directing specific loads to the right place …at the right time.

A spotter who is well-trained and knowledgeable about how to best direct the day-to-day operations at your waste facility can save you money and create a safer environment for customers and staff.

This webinar covers:
-The important questions (should this load be dumped here? right now?) a spotter must ask during the course of his/her job.
-Safety equipment and considerations for spotters.
-Appropriate training for spotters and why they are often left out of waste facility training.
-The 7 ways a spotter can save your facility money.
-Why a spotter needs to know the difference between wet/dry, good/bad waste.

About the Instructor:
Neal Bolton has more than 34 years experience in waste facility operational consulting and training. He has taught courses around the world, and is the author of “The Handbook of Landfill Operations.” His company created the industry’s most comprehensive safety training DVD program for landfills and transfer stations.

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