Standard 29 CFR Part 1910.179. Crane and Hoist Training. Today’s agenda. In today’s session, you’ll be learning about: Safety before using the crane or hoist How to conduct a crane and hoist pre-use inspection Safety during the lift Safety at the end of the job.
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Crane and Hoist Training
In today’s session, you’ll be learning about:
Cranes are machines for lifting and lowering loads, and moving the load horizontally.
A hoist is a machine that can be part of a crane or it can be installed alone. Hoists are designed to lift and lower material.
NEVER USE A DAMAGED OR DEFECTIVE CRANE OR HOIST!
NEVER LIFT MATERIAL OVER YOUR HEAD OR OVER OTHER PERSONNEL
NEVER EXCEED THE MAXIMUM LIFTING CAPACITY OF A CRANE, HOIST, SLING OR OTHER LIFTING DEVICES
NEVER ATTEMPT TO CATCH OR STOP A LOAD THAT IS FALLING FROM A CRANE OR HOIST
The following cranes and hoists are used in our facility:
When using cranes and hoists:
For more information regarding crane and hoist safety, or other safety issues please contact:
Gregory & Appel Insurance
Mike Salazar, Vice President