FALL HAZARD. ATTEMPTS TO DEPLOY THE CURBS WITH TWO HANDS MAY CAUSE
PERSONNEL TO FALL OFF THE BRIDGE RESULTING IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Curbs should be deployed by one hand with the body facing along the bridge.
operation should be carried out from a kneeling position.
Deploy the curbs along both sides of the bridge by pulling the release catch upwards,
then rotating the curbs up and round in a single motion.
Ensure that the curbs are located in the slots along the edge of the bridge.
Deploy the bridge edge marker on each central curb by releasing it from its stowage
catch and rotating it to the vertical.
4.11.1 Deploying Far Bank Approach Ramps
CRUSH HAZARD. ONCE THE TRANSPORT STRAPS ARE RELEASED FROM THE
APPROACH RAMP TRANSPORT FRAME, THE APPROACH RAMPS MAY FLIP UPWARDS
SHOULD PERSONNEL WALK ON THE TAPERED END OF THE RAMP.
FALL HAZARD. DEATH OR PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT IF THE APPROACH RAMPS
ARE NOT PULLED TOWARDS THE CENTER OF THE BRIDGE BEFORE DEPLOYMENT.
PERSONNEL SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT TO DEPLOY APPROACH RAMPS WHILE
POSITIONED AT THE EDGE OF THE BRIDGE. FAILURE TO HEED THIS INSTRUCTION
CAN LEAD TO PERSONNEL FALLING INTO THE GAP AND SUFFERING SEVERE INJURY
This operation CAN ONLY be carried out once the launch beam has started to be retracted
and the far bank support is clear of the far bank ramp module.
Un-strap the far bank approach ramps from their frames and remove the four
Place the straps and the bars at the side of the bridge.
Using the approach ramp carrying handle lift the rear end of the central ramp of one
of the two approach ramp frames clear of its location blocks and push forward.
Place a carrying handle in each location on the front of the approach ramp and lift it
ready for deployment.