cars or engines, employes must keep foot turned slightly sidewise and place portion of ball of foot firmly on each ladder rung. Keep body as close to ladder as possible, face direction in which equipment may be moving and retain firm handhold at all times.
R-607. Use side ladder on moving cars, or those about to move, when clearances or conditions permit.
R-608. Jumping off end sills or swinging up or down between two cars, or other equipment, with a hand on each one, is prohibited.
R-609. Getting on or off engines and cars by means other than steps, ladders and handholds provided for the purpose, is prohibited.
R-610. When coming out of engines equipped with vertical ladders, getting off top of cars equipped with vertical steps or ladders, or stepping from roof of car to brake step, employes must face the equipment and place the ball of the foot firmly on step, ladder or brake step before placing weight on same.
R-611. Riding on sill step of flat cars or tank cars while being coupled is prohibited.
R-612. Being in act of getting on or off moving engines or cars, at the time they couple to other equipment, or directly in front of obstructions, such as switch stand, bridge, building, gate, etc., is prohibited.
ON ENGINES, CARS OR TRAINS
O-700. Standing or placing any part of body between sides or end of car and lumber, pipe or other lading likely to shift is prohibited.
O-701. Standing, sitting or walking on side of roof of covered car, or end or side of hopper or gondola car, or standing on any car near edge, except when operating hand brakes or backup hose, is prohibited.
O-702. Jumping from roof of closed car to open type car or jumping from top of car or engine to car or engine on another track is prohibited.
O-703. When riding on side or top of equipment, or when necessary to lean beyond line of engine or car, employes must look in both directions to insure they are clear of trains, engines or cars on adjacent track; structures or obstructions alongside or over the tracks. When vision is obscured and not sure of location, stay in the clear.
O-704. When riding on equipment, employes must be on guard against possible injury from shock due to slack running in or out, sudden starting or stopping, cars being on grade, misunderstanding in giving or observing signals or for following cars coupling on. Be especially alert when entering or passing through yards.