Figure 7-24.--Chain hoists: (View A) Manual; (View B) Electric.
move on their axles while guiding the load to its
Learning Objective: Recognize safety
precautions and unsafe conditions, and
understand how to implement a sound safety
program using derived workable systems for
inspecting hazardous or potential hazardous
situations, equipment, and areas.
This section provides information about general
industrial and operational safety for storage and
handling of material. This information is based in part
from DOD4145. 19-R-1. The Navy Occupational
Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual,
OPNAVINST 5100.23, addresses the maintenance of
safe and healthful conditions in the workplace. Check
PB = POWER
with your activity's safety program manager for
W = WEIGHT
specific safety requirements in your command.
IGNORING FRICTION, MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE OF EACH
Manpower is the number one resource in the Navy.
A c c i d e n t s i nvo l v i n g p e r s o n n e l d i r e c t l y a ff e c t
productive man-hours and planned schedules. It takes
Figure 7-25.--Block and tackle.
time to recover man-hours lost because of accidents.