9. EEPL BASIC OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS Ability to lift and lower Ability to swing load around an axis of rotation Adjustable boom length Adjustable boom angles Ability to travel about the job site under their own power
10. EEPL INSPECTION Site / Earth (Soil) Crane Slings Hooks Wire Ropes D Shackles Manila & PP Ropes
11. EEPL KEY COMPONENTS OF A CRAWLER CRANE
12. EEPL CRANE INSPECTION CHECK LIST Prepare crane check list and ensure the crane is comply with the check list. If not, do necessary arrangements to comply with check list.
13. EEPL STANDARD CRANE SIGNALS
14. EEPL STANDARD CRANE SIGNALS
15. EEPL STANDARD CRANE SIGNALS
16. EEPL HAZARDS Over Head Electrical Power lines Tip over Over Load (beyond the rated capacity) Inadequate slings to the job & insecure
17. EEPL SAFE LIFTING Always use the crane manufacturers load chart provided for each crane Be sure about the weight of each load or calculate Never use visual signs of tipping as an indicator of lift capacity Ensure proper outrigger deployment and make sure outrigger pads are supported on firm.
18. EEPL SAFE LIFTING Avoid hoisting or moving suspended loads over workers and others within the crane swing radius. Barricade the swing radius area to keep unauthorised person entering. Never work under a suspended load Watch the signs of problems during each lift
19. EEPL SAFE LIFTING Always check the overhead power line and other obstructions. Work vertical plump at all times. Only move the load when you can see it, If you cant see it use a competent signaler. Feel load before you lift it avoid snatching load up dumping them down.
20. EEPL SAFE LIFTING Insist on slinging and do not lift unsafe loads When parking your crane at the end of your work period keep well clear of roads. Never leave your crane with loads suspended on hook.
21. EEPL SAFE LIFTING Leave the crane with The jib well up and cap locked in the force and apt position The brakes on The hook well clear of people and traffic All the control in off position The key removed
22. CRITICAL LIFT EEPL Means lift that exceeds 75 percent of the rated capacity of the crane or Requires use of more than one crane or winch
23. EEPL CRANE - ACCIDENTS 2005
24. EEPL CRANE ACCIDENTDS Crane Tip - over at a library expansion project
25. EEPL CRANE ACCIDENTDS Boom collapse during crane disassembly
26. EEPL CRANE ACCIDENTDS Mobile crane tip-over attempting to hoist water tank
27. EEPL CRANE ACCIDENTDS Mobile crane tip-over attempting to hoist a beam
28. EEPL TO AVOID ACCIDENTS Follow Manufacturers Instructions while Crane Operation. Develop and Implement Method of Statement for lifting of each objects / equipment's at Site. Do Job Safety Analysis for each and every activities.