Rigging Equipment by Joseph MacDonald
Maintenance and Safety Inspection Manual

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Synopsis

Safely maintain and operate rigging equipment

Rigging Equipment: Maintenance and Safety Inspection Manual is a must-have for rigging contractors, facility managers, and equipment operators. Featuring regulations, standards, guidelines, and recommendations applicable to critical lifts, this practical guide provides maintenance and safety inspection checklists for rigging equipment, components, and systems, and addresses the required training, planning, and documentation. The safe rigging practices recommended in this book are framed in general terms to accommodate the many variations in rigging practices.

Coverage includes: Operating rules--rigging hazards, OSHA regulations, consensus standards, and industry guidelines Operator qualifications, safe operating practices, and operating procedures Planning and preparation before performing rigging Lifting and hoisting equipment and rigging and scaffolding systems Ladders, stairways, ramps, hand and power tools, and electrical systems Maintenance schedules, care, and safe operation of equipment Inspection checklists for rigging equipment before, during, and after use Testing, certification, and registration of rigging equipment Preventive maintenance recordkeeping based on equipment manufacturer's recommendations Proper use of personal safety and protective equipment

 

About Joseph MacDonald

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Joseph A. MacDonald has more than 40 years experience editing such McGraw-Hill publications as Encyclopedia for U.S. Building and Construction Technology, Handbook or Rigging, and the Directory of Worldwide Engineering & Construction Organizations. He is a Civil Engineer and has worked as a Construction Project Engineer for numerous engineering firms. W. E. Rossnagel was a consulting and fire-protection engineer and was a safety engineer with the Consolidated Edison Company of New York. Lindley R. Higgins was a professional engineer, writer, and consultant in the construction industry for more than 25 years. He was editor of McGraw-Hill's Handbook of Construction Equipment and Maintenance and its Maintenance Engineering Handbook
 
Published October 29, 2010 by McGraw-Hill Education. 416 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Science & Math. Non-fiction
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