The Strap must be attached to the top plate of the wall frame or embedded in the bond beam in at least one place. D. Double Wrap Both Metal Straps must be secured to every rafter/truss with a minimum of 3 nails, wrapping over and securing to the opposite side of the rafter/truss with a minimum of 1 nail. Each Strap must be attached to the top plate of the wall frame or embedded in the bond beam in at least one place. E. Structural Anchor bolts structurally connected or reinforced concrete roof. F. Other: G. Unknown or Unidentified H. No attic access 5.
-Be acquainted with the location(s) and function(s) of all safety equipment such as ﬁre extinguishers, ﬁrst aid kits, and/or safety showers. -Be acquainted with exists and make sure they remain unobstructed. -Be acquainted with all equipment prior to use. -Read the label(s) of all the solution(s) present in order to verify their contents. -Keep a serious attitude.
The tension prescribed in the sag-tension chart shall not be exceeded by more than 5% at any time during sagging operation. The length of wire at the tension point shall be marked and compressed with the tension clamp by use of hydraulic compression machine and the same shall be attached to tension assembly string. Load from pull lift will then be released slowly. For compression of dead end clamps, a safe working platform will be required to place the hydraulic compression machine. For this, sagging bridge of suitable length (the length of tension insulator string on both sides and the cross arm edge will be taken into consideration) shall be hoisted and its center will be fixed to the cross arm slightly in the inner side of the tower body to avoid hindrance during insulator hoisting.
Use the large leg and buttock muscles to provide the power during manual handling techniques/manoeuvre. Never manually handle unless you have no other option. Always ask “Do I need to handle manually - can I ask or guide the patient to move, can I use a handling aid to move the patient or the inanimate load?” Wear appropriate clothing and footwear Always assess the person or load to be handled before commencing a manoeuvre
Patch cables are short distance, usually have connectors preinstalled on both ends, are used to connect equipment, and are generally between 3 and 6 meters long. Connector - With respect to cabling, a device attached to the end of a cable, receiver, or light source that joins it with another cable, device or fiber. A connector is a mechanical device used to align and join two conductors or fibers together to provide a means for attaching and decoupling it to a transmitter, receiver, or another fiber. Commonly used connectors include the RJ-11, RJ-45, BNC, FC, ST, LC MT-RJ, FDDI, Biconic, and SMA connectors. Conduit - A rigid or flexible metallic or nonmetallic raceway of circular cross section in which cables are housed for protection and to prevent burning cable from spreading flames or smoke in the event of a fire.
If you see these symbols, be sure to be very careful. The system was made for a very reasonable reason. Allthough not every one abides by these rules, they are still enforced. They are made to keep all safe from any chemical dangers aslong as you read what you are using and be aware. If you read the symbols, it specifically shows what the hazard is.
Only used by persons that have received adequate information, instruction and training. All equipment to be supplied with appropriate protective devices, markings and warnings Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998 These regulations require employers to ensure that equipment for the purpose of lifting is strong, stable, positioned and used safely to minimise risks. Employers also have a duty to carry out regular inspections of all lifting equipment to ensure it meets with the regulations. Safety first Not following the correct procedures for manual handling is the one of the most common causes of injuries in the workplace. By following instructions and information given during training, assessing the situation to identify any potential hazards and taking precautions to limit these, the risks of injuring yourself or others during a manual handling operation are greatly reduced.
I am conscientious when in performing routines (e.g., change children when they are wet; do not allow children to sit indoors with coats on; comfort crying children). I follow all regulations concerning health and safety standards, group size and ratios, and abuse reporting
Dear Mrs Anderson and the QHS Board of Trustees, On the 21st/23rd of May our year 12 P.E/O.E class went on a 3 day tramp to Whare Flat. There was a lot of Risk Management Strategies and steps planed beforehand and during the tramp to insure the safety of the year12s, teachers and the polytechnic students that were leading the 3 day tramp. I am going to discuss and analyse these strategies and steps under the headings People, Equipment and Environment. When going on a tramp it is very important that the person or people that are leading it are experienced trampers. The 6 polytechnic students that took us tramping were all doing an outdoor adventure diploma, so this meant that they had gone on many tramps before and we qualified to take our