Discussion:
(Demerit) Point System for Lifts

Can anyone point me toward a document that lists Lift Operator Infractions and a point system?

When I worked at IKEA they called it PLEPS (Powered Lift Equipment Point System). It outlined various potential behaviours of operators - from non-report of a collision (25 points) to leaving forks above ground level to non-completion of a pre-trip (2 points each).

I am thinking of implementing something like that where I am now - and would rather not "re-invent the wheel" if possible.

Thanks

Steve
  • Posted 6 Sep 2014 14:46
  • Discussion started by Harvest66
  • BC
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I'm interested in your demerit system please!
  • Posted 5 Nov 2015 02:22
  • Reply by EHSGirl
  • Ontario, Canada
I have a demerit point system document now if anyone is interested.
  • Posted 16 Jan 2015 13:18
  • Reply by Harvest66
  • BC
Does anyone here work at IKEA, maybe we could view the PLEPS document?
  • Posted 14 Sep 2014 02:32
  • Reply by Harvest66
  • BC
Would be interested in this idea.
  • Posted 13 Sep 2014 19:04
  • Reply by ZZJASEZZ
  • BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, United Kingdom
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