LIFTING SYSTEMS PROGRAM EMPLOYEE QUIZ

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12 Questions - Developed by: JIMMY JONES - Developed on: - 1.094 taken

  • 1
    Every date before you use a crane for the first time, you must conduct a general survey to be certain it is safe to use.
  • 2
    Slings that are found to have tears, frays, or any other condition that would render them unsafe, must be cut in half and discarded.
  • 3
    The load rating for a crane and hoist must be clearly visible from the ground and must never be exceeded.
  • 4
    The load angle of a chain or sling must be 30 degrees or greater.
  • 5
    The hoist must be positioned directly over the load's center of gravity before it is lifted.
  • 6
    The hoist drum must have at least one full wrap of rope to ensure that the rope will hold and the load will not fall.
  • 7
    It is alright to leave a suspended load unattended as long as there is nobody else in the area.
  • 8
    It is alright to use wire rope that has been kinked or bird caged as long as there are no broken strands in the rope.
  • 9
    A detailed periodic inspection must be conducted at least once per year on all cranes.
  • 10
    Hooks with any noticeable damage must be taken out of service. This includes any hook that has a crack, more than 10% increase in the throat opening, or more than 10 degrees of twist.
  • 11
    A crane should not be used if the wire rope has more than two broken strands.
  • 12
    Never transport a load over other employees.

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