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When cargo is prevented from forward movement for example, by the headboard, bulkhead, other cargo, or tiedownsecure the cargo sedurement to the following requirements:. These must be secured to the deck.
Guiding Principle of Cargo Securement What? WLL for blocking systems Section 2. All components of a tiedown must be in proper working order.
Blocking and bracing Section 2. There are two options for the upper logs that form the top of the load: Tiedowns can be used in two ways: Tiedowns may pass through a pulley or equivalent device in the middle and tensioned from one end.
In that way, the carrier, driver, shipper and inspector can all verify that the proper equipment is being used for the job. Cargo is immobilized by structures of adequate strength or a combination of structure, sscurement, and bracing to prevent shifting or tipping.
Local regulations may be more or less stringent. Carriers are recommended to purchase and use components that are rated and marked by their manufacturer. Components of a Securement System Drjver structure Section 2.
What securement system should you choose? Width secirement two times greater than the diameter Special Circumstances: Row of Coils Prevent the coil from rolling bunks or similar devices to prevent them from coming loose. How Well Must Cargo be Secured?
Containing, Immobilizing, and Securing Cargo To correctly contain, immobilize, or secure cargo, you need to know about: Article Description Minimum of Tiedowns More than 1. Securing Pipe with an Inside Diameter Secureement to 1. The difference is in the tiedown arrangement. Band Supports Special Circumstances: Requirements for securing a single coil Section 3.
Tiedowns may be fixed in the middle and tensioned from each end. No paper rolls in second layer unless bottom layer extends to front of vehicle Requirements for eyes crosswise: What should you use in low-friction situations?
Metal coils that weigh less than 2, kg 5, lb. Tension these tiedowns to as high an initial tension as possible.
Provide a means such as dunnage or blocking to prevent the bundles from shifting towards each other. For articles that have a tendency to tip: To counteract upward movement, attach tiedowns to opposing sides of the cargo so they pull the cargo down. The friction mat alone is adequate.
Logs must be solidly packed. Tiedowns may be fixed at each end and tensioned from the middle. Tiedown use Each tiedown must be attached and secured so that it does not become loose or unfastened, open, or release during transit.
Use of the Securement System Section 3.