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 lift the home bank ramp end
beam, from the ground between flatracks T1 and V1 into position on the end beam
adapter so that the gutter faces away from the gap.
Disconnect the crane hook and tag lines from the home bank ramp end beam.
Operate the lift and traverse controls on the crane and position the crane to pick up
the bridge module lifter from flatrack T1.
Connect the bridge module lifter to the crane hook.
CRUSH HAZARD. DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT IF THE CORRECT
PROCEDURE IS NOT FOLLOWED FOR ATTACHMENT OF THE BRIDGE MODULE LIFTER
TO THE RAMP MODULE.
Operate the lift controls on the crane and lift the home bank ramp module from
flatrack T1. Make sure the home bank ramp module opens slowly and progressively
as it is lifted by the crane. Do not operate the traverse controls of the crane until the
module is clear of the flatrack.
Continue to operate the lift and traverse controls on the crane, and using the tag lines,
guide the home bank ramp module into position over the home bank ramp end beam.
Attach an end beam wrench to the end beam ramp gutter as required.
CRUSH HAZARD. SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT IF HANDS ARE NOT KEPT
CLEAR OF MATING SURFACES DURING END BEAM CONNECTION.
Retraction of the crane jib may be required during the lowering of the ramp module onto
the end beam. Failure to lower the home bank ramp vertically may cause the end beam to
be pulled from its guides.
Place one person at the side of launch vehicle to ensure that the single leg sling
remains vertical during module lowering.
Using the tag lines and the end beam wrench align the home bank ramp module with
the guide-in on the end beam and slowly lower the home bank ramp module until the
two are fully engaged.
Remove end beam wrench from end beam.
Insert the end beam connecting pins, twist to lock.