In order to strengthen the safe use management of crane slings, strengthen employees’ safety awareness of using slings, and standardize the correct use methods, a safety management system for slings is specially formulated.
The use of crane slings must comply with the safety management system
1. Management of slings
1. The production planning department and other sling use departments designate special personnel to be responsible for the management of slings. The slings used must be recorded in the team’s “sling management account”, and the rated load, specification length, and length of the slings must be registered. Use date, scrap date, etc., and number the sling.
2. The monitor is responsible for the safe use of all slings in the class.
3. The part-time safety officer of the team assists the team leader to regularly check the daily storage and use of the sling. Operators conduct safety inspections on slings before going to work every day, and fill in the “Daily Safety Inspection Form for Slings”. The inspector writes the hidden dangers and problems found in the remarks column and reports to the team leader. The team leader checks the daily inspection of the slings of the operators at least once a week and signs the checklist; the person in charge of the department inspects the operators at least once a month Daily inspection of slings and sign on the inspection form.
4. Operators should report to the team leader in time according to the degree of damage to the slings that have broken, loose, broken strands in the team, and the team leader will deal with the situation accordingly.
5. It is forbidden for teams to make or use uncontrolled slings and slings without serial numbers.
6. The slings applied for scrapping shall be replaced in time, and other slings shall not be substituted.
7. The Production Planning Department conducts regular and irregular inspections of the slings, and orders the team to rectify if problems are found.
2. the fixed placement of slings
1. Teams with slings are equipped with sling storage cabinets, and those that can be put in the cabinet must be put in the cabinet; the slings must be stored in a suitable location that cannot be put in the cabinet.
2. The sling storage cabinet in the workplace must be clearly marked, fixed in position, and easy to access. The slings are placed in an orderly manner according to the type of slings, wire ropes and other slings and load identification.
3. The placement of slings must be fixed and dedicated, and it is forbidden to be occupied or used for other purposes.