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Securing Loads Safely – SS17011AE (11 min.)
to take the exam.
To load on a conveyor truck start from:
The front of the head board down to the back of the conveyor
The back of the conveyor to the front of the head board
The middle of the conveyor to the front of the head board
The middle of the conveyor to the back of the conveyor
Improperly securing a load can result in citations.
The load should always be checked with the first:
25 miles of your trip
100 miles of your trip
50 miles of your trip
75 miles of your trip
Always make sure wheels are “Chocked” before loading.
It is okay to place cribbing or outrigger pads on the battery box.
Always make sure conveyor is properly secured by using a single strap over the conveyor belt while in transit.
Pallets should be positioned on the bed butted against each other with no material in between.
When climbing onto the trailer your can climb up using:
The approved ladder
Never climb onto the trailer
Never have your drop or tag axle down when transporting material.
If you are loading a truck with a crane mounted at the rear of the truck, start at the headboard and load your heaviest products positioned close to the head board and work your way to the back.