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WLL for tiedowns Section 2. In that way, the carrier, driver, shipper and inspector can all verify that the proper equipment is being used for the job. WLL for blocking systems Section 2. To counteract movement to one side, attach the tiedown so it pulls the cargo toward the opposite side of the vehicle. Adjust load and tiedowns zecurement needed.
How Well Must Cargo be Secured? Width is driveer times greater than the diameter Special Circumstances: Containing, Immobilizing, and Securing Cargo To correctly contain, immobilize, or secure cargo, you need to know about: Tiedowns may pass through a pulley or equivalent device in the middle and tensioned from one end.
Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement | SH Logistics, LLC dba SH Transport
Each outside log on the side of a stack of logs must touch at least two bunks, bolsters, stakes, or standards. Correct securement of front pipe in partial second tier Special Circumstances: Carriers are recommended to purchase and use components that are rated and marked by their manufacturer. When cargo is prevented from forward movement for example, by the headboard, bulkhead, other cargo, or tiedownsecure the cargo according to the following requirements:.
To prevent shifting or tipping, cargo is immobilized or secured on or within a vehicle by tiedowns along with: Pages Pages Hits Unique Last 24 hours: These must be secured to the deck.
Logs must be solidly packed.
This prevents tipping when the vehicle turns. Cargo Securement Requirements 2. Other manufacturers mark components using a code or symbol that is defined in a recognized standard. How to Use the Handbook 1.
Some tiedowns are attached to the cargo and provide. Band Supports Special Circumstances: All tiedowns and other components of a cargo securement system must be located within the rubrails when present.
Requirements for preventing side-to-side movement If there are not enough paper rolls in the shipment to reach the walls of the vehicle, prevent side-to-side movement by one of these methods: How strong must the vehicle structure and anchor points be? Any device specifically manufactured to attach or secure cargo to a vehicle or trailer. An improperly secured load can result in: The Securement System What srcurement a securement system? No paper rolls in second layer unless bottom layer extends to front of vehicle Requirements for eyes crosswise: Use of edge protection Edge protector Blocking and bracing Section 2.
Tension these tiedowns to as high an initial tension as possible. Tiedowns may be fixed in the middle and tensioned from each end.
Banding If paper rolls are banded together: Requiremenst for securing a single coil Section 3. The edge protection itself must also resist crushing, cutting, and abrasion.
Guiding Principle of Cargo Securement What? To block side-to-side movement, block the bundles with stakes on the sides of the vehicle.
Horizontal movement includes forward, rearward, and side to side.
Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement
Cargo being transported on the highway must remain secured on or within the transporting vehicle. How do you calculate Aggregate Working Load Limit for tiedowns?
Requirements for eyes crosswise: Requirements for bundles in two or more tiers continued Option 2: Metal coils that weigh less than 2, kg handbpok, lb. A combination of securing devices that forms an assembly that: This friction restrains the cargo. The standard then gives the WLL for that piece of chain, secuement on its size. Solution Prevent forward movement by one of these methods.
Secure the bundles by tiedowns laid out over the top tier, as outlined in Section 2.