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Concrete Boom Pumps: Safety ... - Concrete Construction

Jun 04, 2013  A concrete pump is a very large and powerful piece of equipment with its boom fully extended like a giant extraterrestrial insect. It has the ability to provide great benefits on a concrete project, but it can also be dangerous without proper set-up and safety procedures. The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) has done many things to ...

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Safely Setting Concrete Boom Pump Outriggers Concrete ...

Apr 07, 2006  Setting the outriggers of a concrete pump with a placing boom is one of the most critical jobs of the concrete pump operator and should always be done in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended procedure. If not done properly, it can lead to a serious accident. Tip-over accidents can be avoided if people take precautions when the unit is ...

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Standards and enforcement policy for construction concrete ...

May 02, 2013  Many other OSHA standards impose additional requirements for safely using concrete boom pump trucks to place concrete in construction, including the following sections: 1926.20(b)(4) [1926 Subpart C, General Safety and Health Provisions ] - "The employer shall permit only those employees qualified by training or experience to operate equipment ...

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Construction safety focus: Mobile concrete boom pump ...

Construction workers have suffered serious and fatal injuries during incidents involving boom pumps. This document outlines how WorkSafe inspectors visit construction sites to ensure the risks associated with the setup and operation of truck-mounted mobile concrete boom pumps are, so far as reasonably practicable, controlled.

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Standards and enforcement policy for construction concrete ...

May 02, 2013  Many other OSHA standards impose additional requirements for safely using concrete boom pump trucks to place concrete in construction, including the following sections: 1926.20(b)(4) [1926 Subpart C, General Safety and Health Provisions ] - "The employer shall permit only those employees qualified by training or experience to operate equipment ...

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Guidance on Safety in Concrete Pumping

4 Health and Safety Authority Guidance on Safety in Concrete Pumping Cy an 100 Magenta 76 Ye llow 0 Black 27 2.8 Concrete Placing Boom: A device to support and position the delivery pipeline. It can incorporate folding, derricking and slewing motions. Fig 2: Concrete Placing Boom 2.9 Concrete Pump: An item of plant used for

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Setting outriggers - American Concrete Pumping Association

Setting the outriggers of a concrete pump with placing boom is one of the most critical jobs of the concrete pump operator and should always be done in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommended procedure. If not done properly, it can lead to a serious accident. Setting outriggers . When arriving at the jobsite, always check-in with the

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Concrete Pump Hazards Safety - The Concrete Network

The primary concern when utilizing a pump truck during a pumped concrete pour is safely positioning the truck where the boom can reach the concrete placement site. The key word here is "safely." Improperly positioned, a pump truck can cause death or serious injury, making a nightmare out of what may have appeared to be a standard, "every day" pour.

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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS - Brieser Construction

SAFETY SHOES AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATOR. SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR. PPE CLOTHING GLOVES Cut-resistant. OTHER . ¹JOB STEPS ²POTENTIAL HAZARDS ³CRITICAL ACTIONS TO MITIGATE HAZARDS Set up Pumper, Mixer truck work area (delineate as necessary) Extend boom run pump hoses to discharge area. Extend shoot from mixer to hopper. Pump concrete (amount)

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Concrete Pump Delivery Industry Guidelines

Cement Concrete Aggregates Australia (CCAA) is the peak body representing the $7 billion a year cement, concrete and aggregate industries. CCAA represents the interests of its members to governments and the wider community on issues as diverse as resource access and security, transport, workplace health and safety, and the environment.

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British Concrete Pumping Group (BCPG) Publications

BCPG 0401 - Published September 2013 Code of Practice for the Safe Use of Concrete Pumps . This guidance has been prepared by a Working Group representing all parts of the industry, including the Health and Safety Executive, to provide clarity on the safe use of concrete pumps; including planning, role of personnel, training and familiarization of personnel, safe use, maintenance, inspection ...

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How Does A Concrete Pump Truck Work? Learn How Concrete ...

The concrete pump is designed to safely pump wet concrete through a delivery system of pipes and hoses within its published ratings and specifications. Safety and Stability of the concrete pump during operation is provided by the front and back outriggers. Controls for the outriggers are located on the sides of the concrete pump truck.

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Placing Boom Mounting Options - Blanchet Concrete Pumping,

Mounting Options. Choose the mounting option that best suits your job site requirements. In many cases, multiple mounting systems are used—start out with a free-standing mast on a gravity base or ballasted cross frame, then transition to a slab supported arrangement using floor frames with a self-climbing mechanism (see YouTube video) as the structure rises.

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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS - Brieser Construction

Struck by/ Crushed by Use gloves, safety glasses/face shields and wash off splattered concrete asap with fresh water or neutralizing solution. Use power screed whenever possible to eliminate constant bending pulling motion required by hand screed. Use chute man to swing concrete chute back forth signal concrete truck driver.

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CAL/OSHA POCKET GUIDE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION

Concrete Construction 21 Confined Spaces 26 ... requirements in the Construction Safety Orders (CSOs), Electrical Safety Orders (ESOs), Tunnel Safety Orders (TSOs), Compressed ... such as cherry pickers and boom trucks, may be vehicle-mounted or self-propelled and used to position employees, tools, and materials. 3637, and 3648 ...

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Concrete Pouring Risk Assessment Safety Tips - Maple ...

Jun 13, 2015  Safety always matters a lot when we talk about any job. In the same way, in the concrete pumping field accidents occurs if the operator or workers don’t follow the safety tips. Since, concrete Pouring is always an important task in construction industry so we cannot avoid it. Just know the risks and safety tips to get rid of it.

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Working Safely With Concrete - Portland Cement Association

For a complete listing of publications, videotapes, and further information on concrete safety for contractors, contact the American Society for Concrete Construction (ASCC) at 1.800.877.2753, or 38800 Country Club Drive, Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3411.

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Concrete pumping Safe Work Australia

Jun 23, 2021  Concrete pumping. Concrete pumping is a widely used process in the construction industry and can be used for: Manufacturing pre-cast and tilt up concrete panels. Concrete can be pumped in a variety of ways, including: line pumps, using trailer or truck-mounted pumps with flexible hoses. mobile concrete placing booms, using truck-mounted pumps ...

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Concrete Pouring Risk Assessment Safety Tips - Maple ...

Jun 13, 2015  Safety always matters a lot when we talk about any job. In the same way, in the concrete pumping field accidents occurs if the operator or workers don’t follow the safety tips. Since, concrete Pouring is always an important task in construction industry so we cannot avoid it. Just know the risks and safety

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Concrete Pumping - How to Pump Cement - The Concrete

Separate concrete placing booms can be used when a boom truck is unavailable, or in situations where a boom truck may not be able to conveniently access the pour site. Combined with the right concrete pump, these placing booms provide a systematic method of concrete distribution.

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Concrete pumping Code of Practice 2019

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How Does A Concrete Pump Truck Work? Learn How Concrete ...

The concrete pump is designed to safely pump wet concrete through a delivery system of pipes and hoses within its published ratings and specifications. Safety and Stability of the concrete pump during operation is provided by the front and back outriggers. Controls for the outriggers are located on the sides of the concrete pump truck.

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Working Safely With Concrete - Portland Cement Association

For a complete listing of publications, videotapes, and further information on concrete safety for contractors, contact the American Society for Concrete Construction (ASCC) at 1.800.877.2753, or 38800 Country Club Drive, Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3411.

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Inspection Checklist Concrete Placing Boom Pump

Inspection Checklist Concrete Placing Boom Pump. Inspection Checklist Concrete Placing Boom Pump Operation of concrete placing boom pump is a high risk activity which requires a task specific Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) Make: Model: Serial number: Registration: Documentation Checklist Mark Y / N / N/A in the end check box 1 Operators manual availe in cab

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Job Description Hazard Identification Hazard Controls ...

Placing Concrete 1. Positioning concrete pumper and redi-mix trucks 1. Workers run over/backed into by equipment a. While heavy equipment is operating, all workers on the ground will wear hi-visibility vests and hardhats. 2. Placing concrete as it comes from the hose 2. Air in line causing high-speed burst of concrete b. Concrete pumpers and ...

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CAL/OSHA POCKET GUIDE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION

Concrete Construction 21 Confined Spaces 26 ... requirements in the Construction Safety Orders (CSOs), Electrical Safety Orders (ESOs), Tunnel Safety Orders (TSOs), Compressed ... such as cherry pickers and boom trucks, may be vehicle-mounted or self-propelled and used to position employees, tools, and materials. 3637, and 3648 ...

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Placing Boom Mounting Options - Blanchet Concrete Pumping,

Mounting Options. Choose the mounting option that best suits your job site requirements. In many cases, multiple mounting systems are used—start out with a free-standing mast on a gravity base or ballasted cross frame, then transition to a slab supported arrangement using floor frames with a self-climbing mechanism (see YouTube video) as the structure rises.

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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS - Brieser Construction

Struck by/ Crushed by Use gloves, safety glasses/face shields and wash off splattered concrete asap with fresh water or neutralizing solution. Use power screed whenever possible to eliminate constant bending pulling motion required by hand screed. Use chute man to swing concrete chute back forth signal concrete truck driver.

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1926.1400 - Scope. Occupational Safety and Health ...

1926.1400 (a) This standard applies to power-operated equipment, when used in construction, that can hoist, lower and horizontally move a suspended load. Such equipment includes, but is not limited to: Articulating cranes (such as knuckle-boom cranes); crawler cranes; floating cranes; cranes on barges; locomotive cranes; mobile cranes (such as ...

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Concrete Boom Pump Safety Sticker Set - Precision ...

4.5″ Boom/Static Line Concrete Pump Pipes with Welded Victaulic Ends $ 0.00. Details; Concrete Hose Plate $ 0.00. Details; 4″ Concrete Pump Accessory Starter Pack $ 0.00. Details; Soft Square Yellow Sponges $ 0.00. Details

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OSHA Rule for Cranes and Derricks Used in Construction

Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 3701); sections 4, 6, and 8 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (29 U.S.C. 653, 655, 657); Secretary of Labor’s Order No. 5–2007 (72 FR 31159); and 29 CFR part 1911. § 1926.1400 Scope. (a) This standard applies to power-operated equipment, when used in construction, that can hoist, lower and

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Noise Levels for Common Equipment - University of Florida

Concrete Saw 112 dBA 34 1 minute Chain Saw 110 dBA 32 1 ½ minutes Combine operator 95 dBA 17 48 minutes Compressed Air 92 dBA 14 1 hr. 35 minutes Edger 86 dBA 8 6 hrs. 20 minutes Fire Alarms 95 dBA 17 48 minutes Front End Loader 95 dBA 17 48 minutes Hedge Trimmer 103 dBA 25 7 ½ minutes Juice Extractor 86 dBA 8 6 hrs. 20 minutes

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