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Snow and Ice Control: Keeping Records Mobile App

During snow and ice control operations, equipment operators may be required to record their activities. Such records can serve two purposes: They help staff track and manage current operations, and they provide information to help supervisors and operators improve future operations. The information to be reported on trip tickets will vary from agency to agency. Check with your supervisor. Sample information is included in the Snow and Ice Control: Keeping Records mobile app.

  • Lendlease
  • The Cooperative
  • PG&E
  • Red Bull
  • Mirvac

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Included Fields

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  • Ico date

    Date

  • Ico textbox

    Location

  • Ico textbox

    Operator

  • Ico signature

    Signature

  • Ico statictext

    During snow and ice control operations, equipment operators may be required to record their activ...

  • Ico statictext

    They help staff track and manage current operations, and they provide information to help supervi...

  • Ico statictext

    The information to be reported on trip tickets will vary from agency to agency.

  • Ico checkbox

    Operator’s name

  • Ico textbox

    Vehicle ID

  • Ico date

    Date

  • Ico textbox

    Duration of shift

  • Ico multiline

    Description of roads treated

  • Ico time

    Beginning treatment cycle

  • Ico time

    End times treatment cycle

  • Ico multiline

    Treatment locations and time if not done on a prescribed cycle

  • Ico multiline

    Type of treatment performed on each cycle or run

  • Ico multiline

    Road and traffic conditions observed on each cycle or run

  • Ico decimal

    Percentage of streets cleared, by classification

  • Ico integer

    Total personnel in the field

  • Ico multiline

    Inventory of equipment and operational status

  • Ico multiline

    Inventory of materials

  • Ico integer

    Number and extent of breakdowns, and future availability of equipment

  • Ico textbox

    Accumulation of overtime

  • Ico multiline

    Snow accumulation

  • Ico multiline

    Planned operations

  • Ico multiline

    Comments

  • Ico multiline

    Actions Taken

  • ...and More!

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