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THE INFINITY GROUP. United Electrical & Instrumentation Safety Task Evaluation Process CRANE OPERATION ANALYSIS. Problem. Large Lifts – are always well organized and equipped managed with a detailed, formal “Lift Plan” Resulting in no problems Everyday, Routine Crane Operations –

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THE

INFINITY

GROUP

United Electrical & Instrumentation

Safety Task Evaluation Process

CRANE OPERATION ANALYSIS


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Problem

  • Large Lifts –

    • are always well organized and equipped

    • managed with a detailed, formal “Lift Plan”

    • Resulting in no problems

  • Everyday, Routine Crane Operations –

    • cause most of our heartaches due to lack of

    • adequate planning.


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Mission

To have those employees involved in the hoisting operation to analyze the task, plan the lift, and complete the hazard assessment card as a group to establish good communications and assure job scope understanding.


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Expectation

  • To analyze all lifts

  • Choose wire rope slings where possible rather than fiber or chain

  • Mechanical devices should not be used in a load bearing leg

  • When “fitting the load”, load may transfer

  • CG may shift

  • Operators and signalmen must maintain continuous and undivided communication


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Safety Task Evaluation Process

CRANE OPERATION ANALYSIS

"our plan for a safe job"

Crane:Date:Time:

Crane has been inspected/ safe condition:.YesNo

Job Location:

Job Description:

The weight of the load is:

The swing radius of the lift is:

Net crane capacity at this radius is:

Is operator qualified to operate this crane? Yes No

Is operator’s certification card current? Yes No

Critical lift permit required for this lift? Yes No

Crane level/outriggers fully extended? Yes No

Is the rigger qualified for this task? Yes No

Is sling/hardware in safe condition? Yes No

Sling sizing/hookup reviewed? Yes No

Do sharp edges have softeners? Yes No

Tag lines needed to help control load? Yes No

Center of gravity of load located? Yes No

EMERGENCY INFORMATION

What is the wind direction?

Reviewed emergency alarms/phone numbers Yes

Escape route(s):

Location of eyebath/shower station:

Our evacuation assembly point is:

Operator Signature:

Rigger Signature:

Signalman Signature:

Foreman Signature:


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RIGGING PLAN

Sketch all components of the rigging and devices

CRANE SET-UP DIAGRAM

Identify all known hazards and safe clearance distances

With hitches having more than two legs on a rigid load, figure the safe working load based on a two leg bridle hitch only. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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RIGGING COMPONENTS

List each component

Slings

TypeHitch Cap.Sling AngleActual Cap.

Sling 1

Sling 2

Sling 3

Sling 4

Shackles

SizeCapacity

Shackle 1

Shackle 2

Shackle 3

Shackle 4

Other Devices:

DescriptionCapacity

How has the lifting area been restricted? _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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DESCRIBE EACH TASK

1.Access/Egress to location-

2.Set-up-

3.Lift operation-

4. Positioning/Fitting load-

5.Loading/unloading float-

LIST THE HAZARD(S) FOUND FOR THE FOLLOWING

1a.Overhead

1b.Lateral

1c.Underground

2a.Outriggers and mats

2b.Swing radius

2c.Process/electrical lines

3a.Working at elevations

3b.Connecting rigging

3c.Shifting/swinging load

3d. Falling objects

3e. Communications

4a.Mechanical devices

4b.Stored energy

4c.Load transfer

5a.Working at elevations

5b.Swinging load

5c.Materials on surface

5d.Disconnecting rigging