Materials Handling. IENG 331 – Safety Engineering Carter J. Kerk , PhD, PE, CSP, PE Industrial Engineering Department South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. Reading Assignment. Brauer, Chapter 15 Review Questions, p. 278-9 6,8,10,12. 29 CFR 1910 Subpart N.
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IENG 331 – Safety Engineering
Carter J. Kerk, PhD, PE, CSP, PE
Industrial Engineering Department
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
“Don’t saddle a dead horse.” Right and wrong ways to secure wire rope loops using U-bolt clips. (a) Incorrect – “saddle” is on dead end of rope; (b) Incorrect – clips are staggered both ways; (c) Correct – all clips are placed with the saddle assembly on the live portion of the rope and the U-bolt on the dead end.
Hoist chains are commonly misinterpreted to include chain slings. A separate standard exists for slings.