We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMargaret Scrivner
Modified about 1 year ago
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Site Hazards SECTION 2 – Cranes SECTION 3 – Lifting Gear SECTION 4 – Slinging and Moving Loads Written Assignment 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 Rope Work – Whipping, Splicing, Bends and Hitches Links have been disabled. Use your Enter button or mouse click to move to next screen.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Remove and return synthetic slings with no tag Sling with tag. No tag. DO NOT USE. Return to manufacturer for testing and retagging. 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. Tag WRONG RIGHT
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV 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.
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV 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 with a lift box you should have: 1. A lift plan, 2. Data plate with Safe Working Load (SWL) marked on the box.] An example of a lift box. MAIN MENU NEXTPREV
© Easy Guides AustraliaQLD Vet Edition MAIN MENU NEXTPREV Faults that condemn a fibre rope The following faults will condemn a fibre rope for safe use for lifting purpose: brittleness sun-rot discolouration due to excessive heat mildew
© 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 QLD Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Slings SECTION 2 – Sheaves and Drums SECTION 3 – Rope Terminations,
© 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 QLD Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Certification SECTION 2 – Site Hazards SECTION 3 – Tools.
© 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 Click to start New Queensland Licensing Pathway MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Conduct routine checks SECTION.
© 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 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 – Pre-operational checks SECTION 2 – Site / Job.
5. Shut Down Job and Clean Up 4. Perform Task 3. Prepare Site and Equipment 2. Select and Inspect Equipment 1. Plan Work QUIT EASY GUIDES AUSTRALIA PTY.
© Easy Guides Australia National Edition START PRESENTATION QUIT PRESENTATION.
5. Dismantle Structures and Plant 4. Erect Structures and Plant 3. Set Up Task 2. Select and Inspect Equipment 1. Plan Job QUIT EASY GUIDES AUSTRALIA PTY.
Cranes and Slings Major Causes of Crane Accidents Contact with power lines Overturns Falls Mechanical failures 1.
Crane Fundamentals Lifting Safety BY - ALEX MATHEW HSE ENGINEER LAHOUD ENGINEERING CO.
Sling Safety (Level 1 Rigger). Objectives Be familiar with regulations regarding slings. Be familiar with regulations regarding slings. Understand safe.
Office of Training & Education1 Rigging Equipment Slings Types of slings covered are those made from alloy steel chain, wire rope, metal mesh, natural.
Web Site Design and Editing Manual for Concordia Seminary Graduate School.
RIGGING SAFETY Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety Unit 6.
Links take you to… Different slides in your presentation A different PowerPoint presentation Any program - (Word can be used for example to complete.
1 After completing this lesson, you will be able to: Start Word. Explore the Word window. Enter text in a document. Save a document. Close a document and.
Rigging Requirements Part L “Cranes” and Part F-1 “NOT CRANES” Construction Safety Standard WAC Brad Solheim Department of Labor & Industries Crane.
2008 Community Door Training & Awareness Workshop Useful Links.
FHM TRAINING TOOLS This training presentation is part of FHM’s commitment to creating and keeping safe workplaces. Be sure to check out all the training.
Moments of Inertia Polar moment of inertia – Used when calculating the torsion – Indication of resistance to torsion – Solid Shaft – J = π R 4 / 2 Area.
Point & Edit CMS An Introduction to Point & Edit.
Cranes and Slings 29 CFR and 184. Cranes Are Everywhere Cranes, derricks, and jib hoists are used in almost every industrial setting Cranes can.
Lifting Technologies ®. CRANES FIELD SERVICE SLINGS HARDWARE FABRICATION WIRE ROPE Lifting Technologies ® Rig it right and you won’t be wrong... This.
Lifting Gear TDI-Brooks Policies & Procedures Nov 2015.
Copyright Business & Legal Reports, Inc. BLR’s Safety Training Presentations Cranes and Slings 29 CFR and 184.
4. Move the load 3. Plan the move 2. Check the hoist 1. Prepare for hazards QUITQUIT EASY GUIDES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD Quiz 5. Shut down.
Support.ebsco.com Grouping Databases by Subject in EBSCOadmin Tutorial.
Microsoft Expression Web-Illustrated Unit L: Using Code Tools.
DFSS tour Contents School and course selection Course outline page Page navigation Forums (online discussions) Reveals Completing a journal Watching a.
#7 Useful Reports AUXOP Progress February In order to view AUXDATA reports, you must have a pdf reader program installed on your computer. Adobe’s.
USSF North Carolina Arbiter Referee Assignment Site An Introduction & Guide for Use by Referees © Copyright June 2005 by Paul James, all rights reserved.
1 of 5 This document is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS DOCUMENT. © 2006 Microsoft Corporation.
Galileo Student Online Testing Guide. OBJECTIVES Log in/out Take a test.
1 OVERHEAD CRANE SAFETY F&T Inc.. 2 OVERHEAD AND GANTRY CRANE OPERATION Hoist operators must inspect equipment daily before use. Do not operate a crane.
January 2008 National FFA Organization: Premier Leadership, Personal Growth, Career Success Finding Student Membership Numbers in PeopleSoft.
Hoist Slings Considerations on the management of hoist sling.
Shipbreaking Module 4: Heavy Equipment & Material Movement 4.2 Winch rig, Cables, Hooks, & Clamps Susan Harwood Grant Number SH F-23.
To search for a credit class, Click on Credit students.
1 of 6 Parts of Your Notebook Below is a graphic overview of the different parts of a OneNote 2007 notebook. Microsoft ® OneNote ® 2007 notebooks are digital.
Jump to first page Photography The following pages contain a few more examples of Andy’s photography work. Click on the arrows below to navigate through.
MATERIALS HANDLING TOOL BOX SESSION Georgia Tech Safety and Health Consultation Program.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.