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© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Pre Operational checks SECTION 2 – Site / Job planning SECTION 3 – Set up crane SECTION 4 – Operate crane SECTION 5 – Shut down and Dismantle QUIT X CONTACT EASY GUIDES WWW EASY GUIDES ONLINE Use the menu below to jump to a particular section or use the arrow at the bottom of the screen to begin at the start. Crane charts Click to start CRANE CHARTS PDF SECTION 6 – Special Operations Hand and whistle signals Links have been disabled. Use your Enter button or mouse click to move to next screen.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV An example of a Non-slewing Mobile Crane Non-slewing mobile crane (Rough terrain, hydraulic boom type)
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Hazard control measures (continued next slide) Identify / detect all site hazards. Adequate lighting for night operations. Flashing lights. Warning signs. Barriers. Traffic control. When planning a crane procedure the hazards you would need to look at include: Make sure crane operator is wearing PPE.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Taking care on a suspended concrete slab Your mobile crane is set up on a ground floor suspended concrete slab. The precautions you need to look at before you do any lifting include: Propping should be as per engineer’s specifications and located in identical position to each floor and should ultimately bear on the ground. Structural strength of slab, taking into account the mass of the crane with the load. For example: Crane + load = 20 tonnes Slab strength = 25 tonnes (continued next slide)
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Working on soft ground To improve the load distribution under a crane when you have to work on soft ground you can use the following: For example: mats on timber padsconcrete rafts steel plates
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU QUIT X CONTACT EASY GUIDES WWW EASY GUIDES ONLINE Click to start New Queensland Licensing Pathway Introduction.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Conduct routine checks SECTION 2 – Plan work.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Planning the work SECTION 2 – Shifting & Stacking.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU QUIT X CONTACT EASY GUIDES WWW EASY GUIDES ONLINE Use the menu below to jump to a particular section or.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Site Hazards SECTION 2 – Cranes SECTION 3 –
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© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Pre-operational checks SECTION 2 – Site / Job.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition QLD Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Certification SECTION 2 – Site Hazards SECTION 3 – Tools.
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