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© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition QLD Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Slings SECTION 2 – Sheaves and Drums SECTION 3 – Rope Terminations,

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1 © Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition QLD Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Slings SECTION 2 – Sheaves and Drums SECTION 3 – Rope Terminations, Anchors and Attachments associated during lifting operations SECTION 4 – Operational Manual QUIT X CONTACT EASY GUIDES WWW EASY GUIDES ONLINE Click to start 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. Hand and Whistle Signals SECTION 5 – Load Assessment Links have been disabled. Use your Enter button or mouse click to move to next screen.

2 © Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV The information in this PowerPoint is for the following crane classes: Non-Slewing Mobile Cranes Derrick CranesPortal Boom Cranes Tower Cranes (including self erecting) Vehicle Loading CranesBridge and Gantry Cranes Slewing Mobile Cranes

3 © Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV When to discard a synthetic webbing sling label / tag has been destroyed or is not readable (legible) DO NOT USE IF: damage to sleeve. DO NOT USE IF: Nylon sling has come into contact with acid; polyester sling has come into contact with organic solvents such as paint, coal tar or paint stripper etc. A polypropylene sling has come into contact with alkaline. DO NOT USE IF: damage caused by high temperatures, sunlight or chemicals DO NOT USE IF: Continued next slide

4 © Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Defects that would condemn a chain for safe use twisted or damaged links kinked and knotted chain has been affected by heat pitting gouged, cut or worn more than 10% of the original diameter of the link. Continued next slide

5 © Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Hand & Whistle Signals (with hand) (with whistle) (with hand) (with whistle) Thumb pointing downwards, rest of hand closed. 4 short  3 short  Thumb pointing upwards, rest of hand closed. LUFF BOOM DOWNLUFF BOOM UP


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