A DOLLY, GENERAL PURPOSE
B DOLLY, PALLET ROLLERS
C DOLLY, (REFFER CAR)
Figure 7-26.--Dollies: (View A) General purpose; (View B) Pallet rollers; (View C) Reefer car.
· Thrown Objects--Objects such as blocks,
Replacement personnel, or required skills, are not
crowbars, and slings should not be thrown from
the deck into the hold or onto the pier.
When an accident causes destruction of material, it
· Improperly Assembled Drafts--Nets and pallets
cost dollars to make necessary repairs or replacement.
This can also result in a delay in production and
should be so loaded that items will not fall during
possible shortage of critical material.
· Failure to Stand Clear--The warning STAND
CLEAR! should be given when cargo or hoisting
gear is being lowered into a hold or onto the pier.
Many types of accidents can happen when
· Cargo Improperly Landed--Cargo should be
handling cargo. Some of the danger areas and causes of
accidents are discussed below:
guided to a safe landing after being stopped
about 1 foot above the intended landing area.
· Defective Equipment--Defective equipment
· Loads Stopped Overhead--The stopping of
such as winches, rigging, chains, nets, and
bridles should not be used. Report their
loads overhead should be avoided. If a hoisted
condition to your superior. Only qualified
load must be stopped before being lowered into
personnel should make repairs since a poor
the hold, it should be stopped over the weather
repair job may constitute a worse hazard than the
deck-never over the square of the hatch nor over
the heads of personnel on the pier.