By J. J. Keller
This e-book may also help readers know about fresh advancements affecting flatbed haulers of light-weight coils. This publication combines shipment securement laws, plus useful, hands-on information and illustrated most sensible practices, into one handy resource. It is helping drivers ascertain the simplest shipment securement equipment for the kind of shipment they are transporting, in accordance with executive innovations. It additionally presents need-to-know securement guidance on right use of blocks, ropes, chains, bars and extra for flatbeds, dry trucks, reefers and different accepted varieties of trailers. The booklet additionally covers serious details at the following:
desk of Contents
2. basic shipment Securement requisites
three. Commodity-Specific Securement standards
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If one end of the log doesn’t touch a stake: • In Canada, the upper logs that form the top of the load must be crowned. ❍ It must rest on other logs in a stable manner. General tiedown requirements ❍ It must extend beyond the stake, bunk, bolster, or standard. Tiedowns must be used in combination with the bunks, stakes, and bolsters to secure the load UNLESS the logs: The center of the highest log on each side or end must be below the top of each stake, bunk, or standard. • Are transported in a crib-type log trailer, and • Are loaded in compliance with the requirements shown on pages 43-45.
53 The requirements for dressed lumber and similar building materials apply to certain products when they are transported as bundles on flatbed and open vehicles. Suggestion to increase safety . . . . . . . g. plywood, drywall, and other materials of similar shape) “Bundle” refers to packages of lumber, building materials, or similar products which are unitized for securement as a single article of cargo. Lumber or building products that are not bundled or packaged should be treated as loose items and transported in accordance with the general cargo securement requirements.
61 Transporting coils with eyes crosswise on a vehicle with anchor points . . . . . . . . 63 This section applies to articles of cargo comprised of elements, mixtures, compounds, or alloys commonly known as metal, metal foil, metal leaf, forged metal, stamped metal, metal wire, metal rod, or metal chain that are packaged as a roll, coil, spool, wind, or wrap, including plastic or rubber coated electrical wire and communications cable. S. definition of “metal coil” and applies the rules more narrowly to coils of rolled sheet metal.