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Chapter 14 Preparation and Shipment of Material
Stack  hatch  covers  in  an  orderly  manner. Disorderly  piles  create  tripping  and  stumbling hazards.    Lay strong backs flat to prevent tipping over. When  removing  or  repairing  strongbacks,  keep them between you and the open hatch.     Stand in the clear away from suspended loads, When  steadying  loads,  always  fire  them  and keep your feet in the clear.   Stand clear of slings being pulled from under loads.    Stand clear when strongbacks and hatch covers are handled on the deck above.   Be particularly careful when handling objects with sharp or rough edges.    Learn and practice proper lifting techniques to prevent strains and sprains.    Never walk backward.    Step down from elevations, do not jump. Report  all  defects  in  tools,  materials,  and equipment. Report  all  injuries,  however  slight,  and  get immediate  first  aid  or  medical  attention.    Do not smoke in holds or storerooms. Learn  the  location  of  fire  alarm  boxes  and firefighting  equipment.    Do not engage in horseplay, practical jokes, or arguments while working cargo. 13-19

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