BANKSMAN HAND SIGNALS PDF

Role of the Banksman. Standards for Hand Signaling during Lifting and Hoisting operations. Hand Signals. Communications and visibility. Portable VHF radio’s /. Learn the standard Slinger Signaller hand signals with the Health & Safety Training Ltd guide to ensuring the safety of the cherry picker operator. When should the crane operator follow hand signals? Who can give the hand signals? or Who can be a signaler? What should you do when in charge of.

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Easy-to-read, question-and-answer fact sheets covering a wide banksnan of workplace bxnksman and safety topics, from hazards to diseases to ergonomics to workplace promotion. Download the free OSH Answers app. Search all fact sheets:. A crane operator should always move loads according to the established code of signals, and use a signaler.

Hand signals are preferred and commonly used. A signaler may be required by law if the operator’s view of the intended path of travel is obstructed.

With forearm vertical, forefinger pointing up, move the hand in a small horizontal circle. With an arm extended downward, forefinger pointing down, move the hand in small horizontal circles. Hold up one finger for block marked “1” and two fingers for a block marked “2. Arm extended forward, hand open and slightly sitnals, make a pushing motion in direction of travel.

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Palm up, fingers bnaksman, thumb pointing in direction of motion, jerk the hand horizontally. Clasp hands in front of the body. This signalx can be used on potentially risky occasions such as when it has started raining, when the load doesn’t fit the space for which it was planned, or when a bystander gets too close to the action. Use Whip Line Auxiliary Hoist: Tap elbows with one hand; then use regular signals.

BANKSMAN HAND SIGNALS PDF

Raise the Boom and Lower the Load: Arm extended, fingers closed, thumb pointing upward, other arm bent slightly with forefinger pointing down and rotate hand in horizontal circles.

Lower the Boom and Raise the Load: Arm extended, fingers closed, thumb pointing downward, other arm with forearm vertical, forefinger pointing upward bqnksman rotate the hand in horizontal circles. Use one hand to give any motion signal and place the other hand motionless in front of the hand giving the motion signal. Hoist Slowly shown as example. Retract Boom Telescoping Booms: Both fists in front of body with thumbs pointing toward each other.

Extend Boom Telescoping Booms: Both fists in front of body with thumbs pointing outward.

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Search all fact sheets: Type a word, a phrase, or ask a question. A person qualified to give crane signals to the operator.

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There should be only one designated signaler at a time. If signalers are changing between each other, the one in charge should wear a clearly visible badge of authority.

A crane operator should move loads only on signals from one signaler. A crane operator must obey STOP signals no matter who gives it. Be baksman clear view of the crane operator. Have a clear view of the load and the equipment. Keep persons outside the crane’s operating area. Never direct a load over a person. Tap fists on head; then use regular signals. Raise Boom; Lower Boom; Swing.

Raise the Boom and Lower the Load. Lower the Boom and Raise the Load. Lock Track Turn Travel Track.

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