Un-strap flatrack loads T2 and V2.
CRUSH HAZARD. DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT IF THE CORRECT
PROCEDURE IS NOT FOLLOWED FOR ATTACHMENT OF THE BRIDGE MODULE LIFTER
TO THE PARALLEL MODULE.
To prevent damage to the lifting slings it is important that care is exercised when
connecting the slings to the crane hook. Ensure that the sling is fitted correctly and does
not become trapped by the hook safety clip.
When lifting bridge modules, connect both steadying rope lines to the side it is being built
from. If building from the right attach both rope lines to the right hand side, if building
from the left attach both lines to the left hand side.
Connect the bridge module lifter at POSITION 2 to the far bank ramp module and tag
lines to the far bank ramp module handle and through an end beam pinning hole.
Figure 4.12 Bridge Lifter Fitted to POSITION 2 of Ramp Module
Operate the lift controls on the crane and lift the far bank ramp module from flatrack
V1. Make sure the module opens slowly and progressively as it is lifted by the crane.
Do not operate the traverse controls of the crane until the ramp module is clear of the
CRUSH HAZARD. DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT IN THE EVENT OF A
SUSPENDED LOAD FALLING FROM THE CRANE. DO NOT STAND CLOSE TO LOADS
SUSPENDED FROM THE CRANE.
Operate the lift and traverse controls on the crane and, using the tag lines, guide the
far bank ramp module into position over the far bank end beam.