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1 MAIN MENU X WWW Click to start QUITXUse the menu below to jump to a particular sectionor use the arrow at the bottom of the screen to begin at the start.New Queensland Licensing PathwayIntroductionSECTION 1 – Site HazardsSECTION 2 – CranesLinks have been disabled. Use your Enter button or mouse click to move to next screen.SECTION 3 – Lifting GearSECTION 4 – Slinging and Moving LoadsWritten AssignmentHand and Whistle SignalsCONTACTEASYGUIDESWWWEASY GUIDESONLINERope Work – Whipping, Splicing, Bends and HitchesClick to start
2 Remove and return synthetic slings with no tag WRONGRIGHTTagNo tag. DO NOT USE. Return tomanufacturer for testing and retagging.Sling with tag.If you find a flat webbing synthetic sling that has the information tag removed you should tag the sling as unserviceable, remove it from service and return it to the manufacturer for testing and retagging.
3 DO NOT snig a load on a crane You are not allowed to snig a load on a crane.Snigging can cause structural damage to the crane.Snigging can cause the load to swing uncontrollably towards the crane.Snigging can cause damage to the load.Snigging can turn the load over.Snigging can damage the sling.
4 Hoisting a worker in a crane lift box If a crane lift box is used to hoist a worker the person dogging the load must be in the lift box with the worker.[Extra information: Before lifting a person witha lift box you should have:1. A lift plan,2. Data plate with SafeWorking Load (SWL)marked on the box.]An example of a lift box.MAINMENUNEXTPREV
5 Faults that condemn a fibre rope The following faults will condemn a fibre rope for safe use for lifting purpose:brittlenessdiscolouration due to excessive heatmildewsun-rot