Drone Safety And Handling
Safety protocol when working with drones:
- Always listen to the pilot
- Never go near a drone when propellors are spinning, even if it’s on the ground.
- If you see something that looks broken, tell a Verge team member.
- When drones are plugged in, never put your hand on the lid. It causes the drone to lose signal.
- When drones are plugged in, always carry them by the arm and parallel to the ground.
- If a drone fails to launch, auto lands or crashes, don't go near it.
- Handle the batteries with care.
- Look for broken propellers. If you find one, alert a Verge employee.
- Look for antenna that aren't properly aligned and adjust them as necessary.
How To Handle Drones:
2X2 MOTOR CARRY:
When drones are powered on:
- Hold by arm
- Hold parallel to ground
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