Feb 02, 2012 · Safety The ACPA National Office, along with professional industry experts in the concrete pumping industry, have developed a variety of safety publications and materials to provide you with a wide array of knowledge for creating a safe working environment around concrete pumps on the job site.
Safety | American Concrete Pumping Association
Sep 10, 2014 · Concrete safety toolbox talks - from use of tools to pumping. As with anything from WorkSafeBC - Good Stuff.Click links below for documents:Concrete - Bending OverConcrete - FormworkConcrete - Hand tools During ReinforcingConcrete - Pouring and PumpingConcrete - Reinforcing - OverexertionConcrete - Reinforcing - ReachingConcrete - Reinforcing - Shoulder …
operation of all types of concrete pumps, in addition to any other guidance and legislation that might be appropriate. The Good Practice Guide gives recommendations for the safe use of truck-mounted concrete pumps; some sections will apply to the use of static concrete pumps, trailer-mounted concrete pumps and tower-mounted booms.
When operating or working around concrete pump trucks and all other types of concrete equipment, The safest practices should be used on the jobsite.
Projectile nature of concrete Ticketed & competent Ensure radios in good working order and are charged. Truck pump to maintain radio communication and follow directions of site escort. Truck pump to obey all traffic control and spotter instructions. Ensure awareness of moving plant and pedestrian safety. Truck pump to maintain radio
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Construction safety focus: Mobile concrete boom pump
Jul 06, 2012 · Make sure your pump operator is ACPA certified. Every 2 years, ACPA-certified operators must complete a comprehensive training program in the safe operation of the concrete pump and co-worker safety as a requirement for certification. Concrete pumping is the most efficient way to place concrete and if all safety concerns are addressed before
Compare. Safety Manual. $55.00. The CPAA in conjunction with the American Concrete Pumping Association has produced a quick reference guide Safety Manual that has been designed as a guide for the prevention of accidents. The Manual includes safety Compare. Safety Manual …
Operating and maintaining a concrete pump requires a serious commitment to safety and a clear strategy for the day's work. WARNING Multiple hazards. ARRIVE ON TIME so you don't need to rush and take shortcuts. A safe and successful day begins when you arrive at work on time, rested and with a clear head. WARNING Entanglement hazard.
For use in completing or checking safety plans Construction Office of Facility Management F6583 Project Hazard Control Guideline.doc Rev 1.06 1 of 6 Update web version if changes made to original version These examples are provided as a guide only when considering safety controls for Safe …
Safety controls and auxiliary safety devices must not be modified, bypassed or defeated. Workers may be exposed to health and safety risks when setting up or operating concrete placing equipment. The associated hazards include: excessive slope and/or inadequate ground bearing capacity where concrete placing equipment is located
Site Safety Plan - Concreters. $195.00. Concreting Works (including Excavation Works) SWMS. $88.00. Concrete placement & finishing SWMS. $88.00. Concrete Pumping SWMS. $88.00. Concreting slab on ground preparation SWMS.
This safe work method statement for concrete is free to use and customisable - and helps you standardise and improve concreting safety. Concrete works (slab, delivery, pumping etc.) can be hazardous activities on any construction site, which is why companies create safe work method statements for these operations.
The Concrete Pumping Safe Work Method Statement breaks the concreters work activity into logical job steps, lists the typical hazards associated with each of these steps, and describes the control measures implemented to eliminate or control the risk for the concreters safety.
• Line Pumps • Boom pumps • Planning pump location • Underground and overhead services • Setting up the pump • Setting up pipeline • Pre-start checks • Concrete deliveries • Pumping concrete • Working at heights • Exposure to weather conditions • Tools, plant and equipment • Power supply • Manual …
The construction and concrete pumping industries must be aware of the obligations to prevent harm to employees, contractors and others under the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992 (the Act) and its regulations. These guidelines provide practical advice about the safe operation and maintenance of concrete pumping equipment.
Safe Pumping Operations The organizational aspects of a concrete pumping service are important to ensure that accountability, responsibility, levels of authority and specific role requirements are clearly communicated and understood by everyone involved in the planning and realization of good pumping …
AUSTRALIAN STANDARD (AS 2550.15: 2019) FOR CONCRETE PLACING EQUIPMENT -- PUBLISHED ! It's official..the 25+ year old AS 2550.15:2019 has been published following an extensive review, updating and contemporising for today's modern concrete placing equipment.. Craig Heidrich, CEO of the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia, said today, "this revised Standard represents a major
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