Preventing Electrocutions of Crane Operators & Crew …

11/2/2011 · Concrete pump operator electrocuted by overhead cable 11 Feb 11 Two contractors have been fined after the boom of a concrete pump hit an overhead power line and electrocuted …

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eLCOSH : Concrete Finisher Electrocuted When Bull …

In the fall of 2016, a male concrete finisher in his 30s was electrocuted when the metal handle of his 29-foot-long metal bull float he was using to smooth concrete contacted an energized 7,200 volt power line overhead. MIFACE researchers became aware of the fatality via …

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NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search - 20026903 - Concrete …

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Pump Line Safety| Concrete Construction Magazine

1/8/1994 · If the boom operator strikes an overhead electrical wire, anyone in contact with the pump, line, or truck can be electrocuted. Handling placement hose is strenuous so it is important to have enough workers on the job to avoid injury.

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FACE Program: Alaska Case Report 97AK013 | NIOSH | CDC

Overhead Line Real Time Fault Detection | OverLine Line Monitoring

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FACE Program: Alaska Case Report 97AK013 | NIOSH | CDC

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Pumping near high voltage cables | Foxcrete - Foxcrete …

9/4/2015 · It is recommended that a concrete boom pump can be set up about 20 feet or 6 meters away from cables. If the voltage of the cables is more that 350kv, the concrete pump must be at least 50 feet or 15.24 meters away from the cables (American Concrete Pumping Association, 2010).

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Keeping out of power lines'way - Concrete Construction

pump. Keep the remote control on the pump truck when operating near power lines. If the boom hits a power line, the remote control ca-ble and operator are a quick path for the electricity to reach ground. Employ a full-time spotter, and make sure the spotter is

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Construction Worker Electrocuted When Crane Cable …

10/12/1992 · On August 14, 1992, a 35 year-old male construction worker was electrocuted when a crane hoist cable attached to a pump he was handling contacted a 7,200 volt overhead power line. The incident occurred at the site of a road construction project while a work crew was using a crane to lower a water pump into a construction excavation.

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Power Line Hazards Awareness - Library of Resources to Improve …

??An operator of a truck-mounted crane was electrocuted when the boom load line contacted a 7200-volt overhead power line. Key concepts to be discussed within this chapter include: 1. The tragic losses caused by power line accidents. 2. The Anatomy of4.

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Electrocution - Michigan State University

41-year-old owner/operator of an eavestrough sales and installation company was electrocuted when the aluminum ladder he was holding contacted a bare 7200-volt powerline. Case 162 33-year-old carpenter was electrocuted while carrying a 28-foot extended aluminum extension ladder that contacted an overhead primary 4500-volt power line located approximately 19 feet from a residence under

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Overhead Line Real Time Fault Detection | OverLine Line …

19/7/2000 · The truck was parked approximately 7.6 meters from a 7620-volt overhead power line. A city employee located across the embankment yelled to the operator that his boom was too close to the power line. In spite of the warning, the boom contacted the power line, and the concrete pumping truck operator was electrocuted.

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American Concrete Pumping Association - VERSION 1.0

The pump operator is responsible for knowing how to safely remove pressure from the line. Always wear safety glasses near pipeline. 1.5 WARNING! Projectile hazard. D o not touch any concrete pump pipe clamps or hoses. Alert the operator if you see a

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eLCOSH : Concrete Finisher Electrocuted When Bull …

In the fall of 2016, a male concrete finisher in his 30s was electrocuted when the metal handle of his 29-foot-long metal bull float he was using to smooth concrete contacted an energized 7,200 volt power line overhead. MIFACE researchers became aware of the fatality via …

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NIOSHTIC-2 Publications Search - 00174339 - Pump …

On May 5, 1997, a 21 year old, male concrete pump truck operator (the victim) was electrocuted when the boom of the truck he was operating contacted a 14.4 kilovolt (kV) overhead power line. The victim had completed the process of cleaning the pump line with the two lower sections of the boom elevated, in an oblique position relative to the truck.

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eLCOSH : Managing Power Line Hazards

7200 volt overhead powerline. Workers installing a chain link fence directly under an overhead powerline were electrocuted when one ofthe workers raised a long section oftop rail and brought it into contact with the line. The boomofa concrete pump contacted

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Concrete pump operator electrocuted by overhead cable

Preventing Electrocutions of Crane Operators & Crew

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eLCOSH : Power Line Hazard Awareness

When a contact involving a concrete pump happens on a job site, it often occurs during the take-down phase. It appears that during setup and use of the pump, operators are aware of the presence of overhead lines. But when the work is completed, the lines are

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TO: Director, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health …

A 29 year old male laborer was electrocuted when the crane cable suspending a 1 yard concrete bucket he was touching contacted a 7200 volt powerline. His employer was a heavy construction company which was constructing a large addition to an existing

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American Society of Concrete Contractors | ASCC - America's …

On March 1, 1990, a 29-year-old worker was electrocuted when he pushed the crane cable on a 1-yard cement bucket into a 7,200-volt power line. The victim was a member of a crew that was constructing the back concrete wall of an underground water-holding tank at a sewage treatment plant.

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