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Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Scoop Loader 21E10A01 / Version ADT 01 Oct 2006

SECTION I. All Courses Including This Lesson Task(s) Taught(*) or Supported

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
Course Number Version Course Title

052-21E10 (R)

ADT

Heavy Construction Equipment Operators Course

Task Number

Task Title

INDIVIDUAL 052-254-1056 (*) 052-254-1057 (*) 052-254-1058 (*) 052-254-1060 (*) 052-254-1061 (*) Perform an Operator's Preventive-Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Scoop Loader Backfill With a Scoop Loader Construct a Stockpile With a Scoop Loader Load a Haul Unit With a Scoop Loader Move a Load With a Scoop Loader Clamshell
Task Title

Reinforced Task(s) Academic Hours

Task Number

The academic hours required to teach this lesson are as follows:


ADT Hours/Methods

Test Test Review Total Hours: Test Lesson Number

5 mins / Conference / Discussion 5 mins / Conference/Demonstration 5 hrs 10 mins / Practical Exercise (Performance) 0 hrs 0 hrs 5 hrs 20 mins
Hours Lesson No.

Testing
(to include test review)

N/A
Lesson Title

Prerequisite Lesson(s) Clearance Access Foreign Disclosure Restrictions

Lesson Number

None

Security Level: Unclassified Requirements: There are no clearance or access requirements for the lesson. FD6. This product/publication has been reviewed by the product developers in coordination with the TASS Battalions foreign disclosure authority. This product is releasable to students from foreign countries on a case-by-case basis.

References

Additional Information Number Title Date

FM 5-434 LO 5-3805-262-12 OPERATOR'S MANUAL TM 5-3805-262-10

Earthmoving Operations. Loader, Scoop Type, 4x4 Articulated Frame Steer, 21/2 Cubic Yard (MW24C) 520C Operator's Manual Operator's Manual for Loader, Scoop Type, DED, 4x4 Articulated Frame Steer, 2-1/2 Cubic Yard (J.I. Case Model MW24C) (NSN 3805-01-150-4814) (Reprinted w/Basic Incl C1).

15 Jun 2000 28 Feb 1986 01 Dec 1989 01 Sep 1987

Student Study Assignments Instructor Requirements Additional Support Personnel Requirements Equipment Required for Instruction

None One ITC certified instructor.


Stu Ratio

Name

Qty

Man Hours

None
Id Name Stu Ratio Instr Ratio

Spt

Qty

Exp

3805-01-150-4814 Loader Scoop Type, MW24C 4240-00-022-2946 Protector, Hearing 4240-00-052-3776 Goggles, Industrial 4930-00-253-2478 Lubricating Gun, Hand 7920-00-205-1711 Rag, Wiping * Before Id indicates a TADSS

1:3 1:1 1:1 1:2 1:12 1:1 1:1

No No No No Yes

0 0 0 0 0

No Yes Yes Yes Yes

Materials Required

Instructor Materials: Slides Gloves Goggles Hard hat A02 TSP FM 5-434 TM 5-3850-262-10 LO 5-3805-262-12 Hearing protection 520C Operators Manual Equipment records folders Student Materials: Gloves Hard hat Goggles FM 5-434 Student guide Pen or pencil TM 5-3805-262-10 LO 5-3805-262-12 Hearing protection 520C Operators Manual Equipment records folders

Classroom, Training Area, and Range Requirements Ammunition Requirements Instructional Guidance

GEN INST BLDG, 1500 SF, 20 PN MED/HV EQUIP TR

Id

Name

Exp

Stu Ratio

Instr Ratio

Spt Qty

None NOTE: Before presenting this lesson, instructors must thoroughly prepare by studying this lesson and identified reference material.

Before presenting this lesson, a. Ensure classroom is available and ready for training. b. Ensure overhead projector, screen, and VGTs are on hand. c. Ensure all materials are on hand and in quantities needed. d. Ensure equipment is available and on site.
Proponent Lesson Plan Approvals
Name Rank Position Date

SECTION II.

INTRODUCTION

Method of Instruction: Conference/Demonstration Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:6 Time of Instruction: 5 mins Media: Hands-on Instruction
Motivator

NOTE: Allow one to two minutes for the lesson introduction. NOTE: Introduce yourself as the instructor. NOTE: Show Slide #1 Move into classroom. The purpose of the Scoop Loader Module is to provide soldiers with the skills and knowledge required to perform earthmoving operations, that you, as a scoop loader operator, must effectively perform in a combat and peacetime environment. NOTE: Show Slide #2 POSTURE IN THE CLASSROOM. NOTE: Show Slide #3 CLASSROOM PATICIPATION. NOTE: Show Slide #4 LATRINE FACILITIES. NOTE: Show Slide #5 BREAK AREAS AND TIMES. NOTE: Show Side #6 TOOL ROOM AND POL SHED. NOTE: Show Slide #7 LUNCH HOUR RULES. NOTE: Show Slide #8 GRAFFITI NOTE: Show Slide #9 OFF LIMIT AREAS. NOTE: Show Slide #10 SAFETY RULES. NOTE: Show Slide #11 SAFETY RULES. NOTE: Show Slide #12 COURSE COURTESY. NOTE: Show Slide #13 CLASS LEADER RESPONSIBILITY. NOTE: Show Slide #14 UNIFORM AND USE OF HARD-HAT. NOTE: Show Slide #15 FRATERNIZATION. NOTE: Show Slide #16 USE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS. NOTE: Show Slide #17 STUDENT HANDOUT. NOTE: Show Slide #18 COURSE OBJECTIVES. NOTE: Show Slide #19 COURSE OBJECTIVES. NOTE: Show Slide #20 END OF PHASE EXAM.

NOTE: Show Slide #21 NEW START. NOTE: Show Slide #22 QUESTIONS ?

Terminal Learning Objective

NOTE: Inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective requirements. At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action:

Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Scoop Loader Given a scoop loader, TM-5-3805-262-10, LO 5-3805-262-12, DA Forms 2404, or 5988-E, PPE, grease gun, rags, and guided instruction on PMCS procedures. Performed operator's PMCS on the scoop loader utilizing the PMCS table in TM 5-3805-262-10. Described the difference between before, during, after, weekly, and monthly operator's PMCS. Annotated all deficiencies on DA Form 5988-E, corrected all operator deficiencies, and gave the DA Form 5988-E to the maintenance supervisor.

Conditions:

Standards:

Safety Requirements

NOTE: Show Slide #3 NOTE: Briefly review the general safety requirements, risk assessments, and environmental considerations associated with this lesson. Know and adhere to all hand signals. Wear safety goggles and gloves when checking batteries, hydraulic tank and fueling scoop loader. Maintain three points of contact when mounting or dismounting. Ground all attachments before dismounting. Conduct a 360 degree walk-around before mounting and after dismounting. Wear hearing protection, hard hats, and seat belts when operating the equipment. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Always look to the rear when backing up. Raise bucket before backing up. Use caution when working on hills, banks, or slopes to avoid tipping. DO NOT place transmission in neutral to allow the scoop loader to coast.

Risk Assessment Level Environmental Considerations

Low

NOTE: It is the responsibility of all Soldiers and DA civilians to protect the environment from damage.

NOTE: Show Slide #4 Avoid unnecessary stripping and damage to vegetation and waterways. Control dust conditions and limit water erosion by dressing area at the end of each day. Avoid unnecessary equipment usage and follow established procedures for clean up of fluid leaks. Restore site and surrounding areas as close as possible to the original ecological condition.

Evaluation Instructional Lead-In

Performance evaluation. Infrom the students of the basic skills and knowledge requirements. Explain the importance of being familiar with the characteristics, capabilities, limitations, and components of scoop loaders. NOTE: Introduce the lesson topics to be discussed. NOTE: a. b. c. d. e. Show Slide #5` Characteristics. Capabilities. Limitations. Components. Operating Techniques.

SECTION III.

PRESENTATION

NOTE: B.

Inform the students of the Enabling Learning Objective requirements. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE
ACTION: CONDITIONS:

Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Scoop Loader Given a scoop loader, TM-5-3805-262-10, LO 5-3805-262-12, DA Forms 2404, or 5988-E, PPE, grease gun, rags, and guided instruction on PMCS procedures. Performed operator's PMCS on the scoop loader utilizing the PMCS table in TM 5-3805-262-10. Described the difference between before, during, after, weekly, and monthly operator's PMCS. Annotated all deficiencies on DA Form 5988-E, corrected all operator deficiencies, and gave the DA Form 5988-E to the maintenance supervisor.

STANDARDS:

1.

Learning Step / Activity 1. Conduct a practical exercise on performing PMCS to include manipulation of controls and hand and arm signals. Method of Instruction: Instructor to Student Ratio: Time of Instruction: Media: Practical Exercise (Performance) 1:6 5 hrs 10 mins Student guide

NOTE: The first 30 minutes of this block of training is intended to be refresher to the prerequisite dL phase. NOTE: Review equipment mounting and dismounting procedures, equipment operation, and personal safety requirements. Explain that 25 minutes will be used at the beginning and end of each day for before and after operators maintenance. Conduct the practical exercise with instructor supervision. Instructor and assistants will evaluate each student, make on the spot corrections, and provide immediate feedback. A. Practical Exercise Instructions 1) Give detailed instructions on what is expected during each practical exercise IAW Appendix B. 2) Ensure students have required materials and references IAW Appendix B. 3) Clarify students' questions. 4) Conduct the practical exercise IAW Appendix B. 5) Check on students' progress and provide assistance as necessary throughout the exercise. 6) Ensure students complete the practical exercise within the allotted time.

7) Provide solutions to the practical exercise. B. Safety 1) Hard hats will be worn when on or around the equipment. 2) Use three points of contact when climbing in, on or out of the equipment. 3) Remain aware of your surroundings. 4) Wear your seat belt. 5) Sound "FIRE IN THE HOLE" prior to starting the equipment. 6) When acting as the ground guide, always maintain eye to eye contact with the operator. 7) If you have a ground guide, remember they are in control. "PAY ATTENTION" 8) At the first sign of lighting, dismount the equipment and find shelter. CAUTION: Read all warning labels before operating machine. NOTE: Safety depends on our ability to communicate. C. Travel position 1) Front bucket 10-14 inches above the ground. 2) Front bucket fully retracted. D. Park line position 1) Front bucket level and lowered to ground. 2) Backhoe bucket fully retracted. E. Review Determine if students have learned the material presented by: 1) Soliciting student questions and explanations. 2) Asking questions and receiving answers from the students. 3) Correcting student misunderstandings. NOTE: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the learning activity.

CHECK ON LEARNING: Conduct a check on learning and summarize the ELO.

SECTION IV.

SUMMARY Method of Instruction: Conference / Discussion Instructor to Student Ratio is: 1:6 Time of Instruction: 5 mins Media: Hands-on Instruction

Check on Learning

Determine if the students have learned the material presented by: a. b. c. Soliciting student questions and explanations. Asking questions and receiving answers from the students. Correcting student misunderstandings.

Review / Summarize Lesson

Restate the learning objectives and check on learning.

SECTION V. Testing Requirements

STUDENT EVALUATION
NOTE: Describe how the student must demonstrate accomplishment of the TLO. Refer student to the Student Evaluation Plan.

1.

Upon completion of this lesson, the students' performance will be evaluated with a hardware oriented (TE1) examination for which a GO must be achieved on all performance measures to receive a GO on the performance evaluation. There is also a written exam (TE2) students must pass. Refer student to Appendix C for test administration.

2.

Feedback Requirements

NOTE: Feedback is essential to effective learning. Schedule and provide feedback on the evaluation and any information to help answer students' questions about the test. Provide remedial training as needed.

1. Schedule and provide feedback on the evaluation and any information to help answer students' questions about the test. 2. Provide remedial training as needed. 3. Rapid, immediate feedback is essential to effective learning.

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Appendix A - Viewgraph Masters (N/A)

A-1

Appendix B - Test(s) and Test Solution(s) (N/A)

B-1

Appendix C - Practical Exercises and Solutions PRACTICAL EXERCISE(S)/SOLUTION(S) FOR LESSON 1: 21E10A01 version ADT PRACTICAL EXERCISE SHEET 1
Title Lesson Number / Title Introduction

Perform Operator's PMCS on a Scoop Loader 21E10A01 version ADT / Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Scoop Loader None

Motivator

None
Terminal Learning Objective NOTE: The instructor should inform the students of the following Terminal Learning Objective covered by this practical exercise. At the completion of this lesson, you [the student] will: Action: Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on a Conditions:

Standards:

Scoop Loader Given a scoop loader, TM-5-3805-262-10, LO 5-3805-262-12, DA Forms 2404, or 5988-E, PPE, grease gun, rags, and guided instruction on PMCS procedures. Performed operator's PMCS on the scoop loader utilizing the PMCS table in TM 5-3805-262-10. Described the difference between before, during, after, weekly, and monthly operator's PMCS. Annotated all deficiencies on DA Form 5988-E, corrected all operator deficiencies, and gave the DA Form 5988-E to the maintenance supervisor.

Safety Requirements

Know and adhere to all hand signals. Wear safety goggles and gloves when checking batteries, hydraulic tank and fueling scoop loader. Maintain three points of contact when mounting or dismounting. Ground all attachments before dismounting. Conduct a 360 degree walk-around before mounting and after dismounting. Wear hearing protection, hard hats, and seat belts when operating the equipment. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Always look to the rear when backing up. Raise bucket before backing up. Use caution when working on hills, banks, or slopes to avoid tipping. DO NOT place transmission in neutral to allow the scoop loader to coast. Low Avoid unnecessary stripping and damage to vegetation and waterways. Control dust conditions and limit water erosion by dressing area at the end of each day. Avoid unnecessary equipment usage and follow established procedures for clean up of fluid leaks. Restore site and surrounding areas as close as possible to the original ecological condition. None

Risk Assessment Environmental Considerations

Evaluation

C-1

Instructional Lead-In Resource Requirements

None
Instructor Materials:

Slides Gloves Goggles Hard hat A02 TSP FM 5-434 TM 5-3850-262-10 LO 5-3805-262-12 Hearing protection 520C Operators Manual Equipment records folders
Student Materials:

Special Instructions

Gloves Hard hat Goggles FM 5-434 Student guide Pen or pencil TM 5-3805-262-10 LO 5-3805-262-12 Hearing protection 520C Operators Manual Equipment records folders 1. Explain to the students: a. If more than one student is assigned to the same piece of equipment, students will rotate, practicing all practical exercise steps. b. Practical exercise will consist of continuous practice. c. Allotted time will be equally shared among operators. d. All steps will be practiced in sequence. 2. Ensure the students have TM 5-3805-262-10, LO 5-3805-262-12, 520C Operators Manual, and student guides.

Procedures

Requirements: a. Identifies and performs before operations maintenance checks IAW with appropriate reference. b. Corrects all operator level deficiencies. c. Annotates all non-operator level deficiencies on the correct maintenance form(s).

d. Performs all scoop loader starting procedures. e. Performs all subtasks within safety guidelines.

C-2

SOLUTION FOR PRACTICAL EXERCISE SHEET 1 NOTE: There are no correct solutions for this practical exercise. The sole purpose of this period of instruction is to provide the students with equipment operating time.

C-3

Appendix D - Student Handouts (N/A)

D-1