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Hand Signals Used in Crane Operations, sheet 1
until the draft is at the highest point of its arc swinging outboard, then slack the hatch whip quickly so the slings supporting  the  draft  assume  the  usual  perpendicular position.  For  safety  reasons,  you  should  practice stopping the swing of a draft with an empty pallet. At least two steadying lines should be attached to heavy or unwieldy loads. These should be handled by personnel in the hold until the load is hoisted above the coaming,  then  passed  simultaneously  to  personnel  on deck. HAND SIGNALS Hand  signals  to  winch  or  crane  operators  by Signalmen  provide  continuous  communications.  The approved hand signals, shown in figure 4-23, are found in the Naval Ships’ Technical Manual (NSTM). These hand signals are used when you are conducting crane operations afloat. Additional hand signals may be nec- essary for specific commands; however, no signal used should conflict with, or alter the meaning of, the hand signals contained in the Naval Ships' Technical Manual. UNDERWAY   REPLENISHMENT (UNREP) LEARNING  OBJECTIVES:  Define  underway replenishment  (UNREP).  Explain  the  various equipment   used   during   an   underway replenishment. Underway  replenishment  (UNREP)  is  a  broad  term applied to all methods of transferring fuel, munitions, Figure   4-22.–A   typical   winch. 4-25

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