Transporting Construction Equipment
Best practices for tie-down & hauling
New Federal Regulations - Summer 2006
Visually illustrates Department of Transportation, federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulation 49 CFR, Part 393 as published on June 5, 2006. Numerous visual examples and easily understood graphics enhance understanding of complicated regulations. Most importantly, the Aggregate Working Load Limit (AWLL) concept is explained using clear, easy-to-understand graphics and real-world examples.
The new law requires that all equipment haulers understand AWLL and the North American Cargo Securement Standard - whether you transport a skid steer, an excavator or any other type of construction equipment you need to be familiar with current regulations.
- Introduction (Federal regulations and North American Cargo Securement Standard)
- The Trailer (rating, inspection, loading dangers, limitations)
- Loading (dangers, cautions, cleanliness, loading situations)
- Equipment Securement Points (includes tips and potential problems)
- Understanding Tie-Down Equipment (chains, binders, straps, ratings and inspection)
- Tie-Down Procedures (direct and indirect tie-down, calculating AWLL)
- On The Road (load checks, driving cautions)
- Conclusion (wrap-up and brief reminders)
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