CRUSH HAZARD. DEATH OR PERSONNEL INJURY CAN OCCUR IF THE BRIDGE
EMERGENCY STOPS ARE NOT LOWERED AS SOON AS THE JAWS ARE CLEAR.
FAILURE TO HEED THIS INSTRUCTION COULD RESULT IN THE BRIDGE FALLING FROM
If the bridge will not move rearwards as the carriage moves, check that the bridge is
not rubbing on the side wear pads. If the bridge is rubbing on the wear pads pull the
bridge forward to re-centralize the bridge and continue retrieval.
Continue to slowly reverse the bridge and release the bridge stops emergency as
soon as the module jaws are clear of the bridge stops emergency rollers. Release
the joystick when the pins, connecting the parallel module and the far bank ramp
module are in line with the center of the tail lift.
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.
Connect the bridge module lifter to the lifting points on the outboard sides of the
On the tail lift pendant, operate the LIFT UP switch to position the pinning operatives
at convenient height and attach tag lines to the parallel module.
Remove the retaining clips and the pins connecting the parallel module and the far
bank ramp module and place them on the tail lift.
Operate the controls on the crane and disengage the shootbolts.
CRUSH HAZARD. DEATH OR SEVERE INJURY COULD RESULT IF PERSONNEL STAND
BETWEEN THE SUSPENDED LOAD AND THE MODULE LOCATED ON THE LAUNCH
Guide the parallel module away from far bank ramp module. Place the bridging pins
in the inner jaws of the parallel module and the far bank ramp module from the
inside out and retain them with their R clips.
Operate the LIFT DOWN switch on the tail lift handset to lower the pinning
operatives to the ground.
Operate the lift and traverse controls on the crane and position the parallel module
at 90 across flatrack V1.