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Figure 4-11.—Materials-handling safety precautions
unsafe. They should be instructed not to attempt Figure 4-10 lists many factors the supervisor repairs  on  the  equipment,  but  to  report  unsafe must   consider   when   discharging   his   or   her equipment  to  the  supervisor. responsibilities as a supervisor. Using it as a guide will  not  eliminate  all  accidents,  but  it  will  keep Methods—Personnel  must  be  trained  in  the them  down  to  a  minimum. proper  methods  of  operating  equipment  before The materials-handling crew must always be using it. informed  of  their  responsibilities  in  regard  to SUPERVISORY    MATERIALS-HANDLING    GUIDE 1.  Tell  and  demonstrate  how  to  work  safely. 2.  Never  permit  personnel  to  stand  or  work  under  suspended  loads. 3.  Never  permit  items  to  be  thrown  from  elevated  places  to  the  ground. 4. Never allow any loads to be handled that are greater than the rated capacity of  the  equipment. 5.  Tell  and  demonstrate  how  to  grip  slings  and  bridles. 6.  See  that  personnel  stand  out  of  the  bight  and  clear  of  the  throw  of  the block  and  hook  when  using  a  bull  line  to  move  cargo. 7. Show personnel how to break down or build piles of slingloads and safely break  out  and  stow  cargo. 8.  Show  your  crew  how  to  lift  properly. 9.   See   that   your   crew   does   not   enter   dark   places   (holds,   decks,   or compartments)  without  a  light. 10.  Discourage  personnel  from  wearing  rings,  jewelry,  or  loose  clothing. 11.  Make  sure  all  personnel  wear  safety  shoes  and  helmets  while  handling cargo. 12. Do not permit the use of ladders in the square of the hatch when the hoist is  moving. 13. Make sure all personnel are alert. Have personnel take occasional breaks. 14.  Know  what  to  do  in  case  of  injuries. 15.  Know  the  location  of  fire-fighting  equipment. 16.  Know  how  to  remove  personnel  quickly  from  the  hold  should  a  fire develop  or  they  require  medical  attention. 17. Constantly observe your crew and make sure they work in a safe manner. 18.   Do   not   block   passageways   without   the   approval   of   the   responsible department head. Figure 4-10.—Guide for supervising materials-handling crew. 4-14

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