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Metal coils that weigh less than 2, kg 5, lb.

Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement | Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Guiding Principle of Cargo Securement What? Place bundles in direct contact with each other. This section applies to coils of rolled sheet metal. Components of a Securement System Vehicle structure Section 2.

WLL for tiedowns Section 2. The WLL is usually assigned by the component manufacturer.

Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement

The standard then gives the WLL for that piece of chain, depending on its size. Requirements for preventing paper rolls from tipping Situation 1: The edge protection itself must also resist crushing, cutting, and abrasion.

Correct securement of front pipe in partial second tier Special Circumstances: Every device contributes to the WLL of the securement handbbook. A securement system is a securement method that uses one or a combination of the following elements: What securement system should you choose? Blocking and supporting the coils is driveer same.


In that way, the carrier, driver, shipper and inspector can all verify that the proper equipment is being used for the job.

To counteract rearward movement, attach the tiedown so it pulls the cargo toward the front of the vehicle. WLL for blocking systems Section 2.

Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement

Solution Prevent forward movement by one of these methods. What is a tiedown? Suggestion to Increase Safety Choose one of two options for stopping forward motion: To correctly secure specific commodities, also review that section: Requirements for bundles in two or more tiers continued Option 2: Requiremenst for securing a single coil Section 3.

The rolls may push the doors open during transit or onto loading dock personnel when the doors are opened. Use of edge protection Edge protector Blocking and bracing Section 2.

This requirement also applies to any material used xargo dunnage. The friction mat alone is adequate. Each outside log on the side of a stack of logs must touch at least two bunks, bolsters, stakes, or standards. Use of the Securement System Section 3.

No rolling, tipping, sliding, or falling from vehicle.

To counteract upward movement, attach tiedowns to opposing sides of the cargo so they pull the cargo down. They create a downward force that increases the effect of friction between the cargo and the deck.


cagro The sum of the working load limits of each device used to secure an article on a vehicle is called the aggregate working load limit.

The center of the highest log on each side or end must be below the top of each stake, bunk, or standard.

Driver’s Handbook on Cargo Securement | SH Logistics, LLC dba SH Transport

The Securement System …………………………………………………………………………………………… p. An improperly secured load can result in: Choose one of the four. For general cargo securement requirements, review: Cargo Securement Requirements 2. Ob wood is used: Username Password Remember Me Lost your password? There are two options for the upper logs that form the top of the load: No paper rolls in second layer unless securdment layer extends to front of vehicle Requirements for eyes crosswise: Securing Pipe with an Inside Diameter Up to 1.

Banding If paper rolls are banded together: Provide a means such as dunnage or blocking to prevent the bundles from shifting towards each other.