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CHAPTER 11
OPERATOR TRAINING
54.
SUBJECTS TO BE TAUGHT:
53.
GENERAL:
a.
Safety: AR 385-10 prescribes the Army's Safety
a.
Preliminary Operator Instruction: During this
Program. Emphasis must be placed on safety throughout the
phase of the instruction, the student learns about the
course of instruction/training.
Three major areas for
administrative procedures to be performed by the operator;
instruction are:
how equipment is constructed, how to keep equipment
operating properly, and how operating faults are detected and
(1)
Specific safety precautions that must be
corrected. Instruction and training must be designed to allow
emphasized during the course of instruction.
student operators to:
(2)
The constant instructions on safe practices
throughout the training course.
(1)
Gain
sufficient
experience
operating
(3)
Instruction on reporting of accidents as set
equipment.
forth in AR 385-40, and local directives.
(2)
Enable them to demonstrate (through
performance) a general operational knowledge of proper
Additionally, all technical manuals contain specific
operating of equipment, safety, and maintenance.
safety instruction that are peculiar to the individual generator
(3)
Familiarize
themselves
with
proper
they reference.  These instructions must be identified and
operation procedures.
instructed throughout the course.
The instructor and/or assistant instructor must assure
that correct operating techniques are first demonstrated to the
student before he attempts the exercise.
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