AFETY RULES FOR THE MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
After each maintenance intervention or adjustment, make sure that you have left no
tools or foreign objects among the moving parts of the machine, to avoid damaging the
machine and/or injuring personnel.
Always keep the area used for maintenance operations clean and dry, being especially
careful to remove any oil slicks.
Never insert your body, limbs or fingers into jointed or sharp openings in machine parts
Do not align holes or slots by hand: use only appropriate tools.
Do not use petrol or flammable solvents as cleansers; always use authorized
commercial solvents that are not flammable and non-toxic.
Do not use compressed air to clean parts; if it is impossible to use other means,
protect yourself using goggles with side guards, and limit the pressure to a maximum
of 2 bar.
Never use an open flame for lighting when checking or servicing the machine.
AFETY RULES FOR THE ENGINE TECHNICIAN
Before each inspection or service intervention, make sure the engine has been turned off
and the spark plug wire disconnected
Consult the instructions supplied in the relevant manual. Carefully follow the instructions
contained to avoid creating situations that are dangerous for both the machine and