A jib crane is a type of crane that has a horizontal arm from which loads can be suspended. It is a useful tool for lifting and moving loads in industrial settings. Here are some guidance for using a jib crane:
Check the capacity - Make sure the load you are lifting does not exceed the rated capacity of the jib crane. If overloaded, it can cause damage to the crane or even tipping over.
Inspect the crane - Perform regular inspections of the jib crane to ensure all parts are in good working order. Check for any visible damage or wear and tear. Also inspect bolts, pins, hooks, chains and other hardware.
Balance the load - The load must be balanced and secured properly when suspending from the crane. Unbalanced loads can swing out of control and cause instability of the crane. Attach the load at the center of gravity for the best stability.
Operate slowly - Exercise caution when operating the controls. Move the load slowly and steadily to avoid abrupt movements that can overload the crane.
Never leave a suspended load - Never leave a load suspended from the crane unattended. Always lower the load and turn off power to the crane when not in use.
Train operators - Ensure all jib crane operators receive proper training on safe operating procedures and the capacity of the specific crane model. Only authorized personnel should operate the crane.
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