Safety 101




Learn more about safety with your cranes and hoists:
Frequently Asked Questions
What steps are needed to make my hoists/cranes safe?
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There are several steps needed to make your hoists and cranes safe for your operators to use. But most importantly you should perform regular inspections and preventative maintenance on them by a qualified individual. You should also make sure your operators are trained properly.
What is needed to make my operators safe?
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Proper training is very important for a safe operation. When an individual uses a crane there should be processes they should undergo prior to running the crane. From visually inspecting the unit to making sure that the load is properly rigged underneath the hook. Call your One Crane Source sales representative to assist you with developing this process.
Glossary
  • » Designated person: A selected or assigned by the employer as being qualified to perform specific duties
  • » Frequent inspection: A visual examination by the operator or other designated personnel, with written records required
  • » Hooker: An employee who by using predetermined lift points attaches the load to the hook, in hoisting or setting the load or both
  • » Periodic inspection: The inspection of the equipment in place by a designated person, making written records of conditions
  • » Qualified person: A person who, through attainment of a recognized degree or certificate of professional standing or by extensive knowledge, training and experience, has successfully demonstrated the ability to solve or resolve problems relating to the subject matter and work
  • » Rigger: An employee who prepares heavy equipment or loads of materials for lifting
  • » Safety factor: The ratio of the breaking strength of a piece of material or object to the actual load or stress when in use
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One Crane Source is your best resource when it comes to safety training and knowledge. Click the plus sign at the right to contact us about hoists.
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