1. The training for safe operation of machinery shall cover theoretical and practical steps in order to provide proper skills for the operator to work safely, containing at least:
a) identification and description of the risks associated with each machine and equipment and the specific protections against each of the risks;
b) functions of the protections, how and why they must be used;
c) how and under what circumstances a protection can be removed, and by whom, being in most cases, only by the inspection or maintenance personnel;
d) what to do, for example, contact the supervisor, if a protection was damaged or lost its function, while ensuring adequate safety;
e) the principles in safe use of machinery or equipment;
f) safety for mechanical, electrical and other relevant risks;
g) safe system of work;
h) permit to work; and
i) the machine and equipment lock out system during inspection, cleaning, lubrication and maintenance operations.
1.1. The training for operators of self-propelled machinery shall consist of theoretical and practical steps and have the minimum syllabus described in the paragraphs of item 1 of this Annex and also:
a) notions about traffic laws and occupational health and safety legislations;
b) notions about accidents and diseases resulting from exposure to the risks in machinery, equipment and implements;
c) risk control measures: CPE and PPE;
d) safe operation of machinery or equipment;
e) safe inspection, adjustment and maintenance;
f) safety signs;
g) procedures in an emergency; and
h) notions about first aid.
1.1.1. The practical step shall be supervised and documented and can be performed on the machine which will be operated.