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CM Hoists & Pullers Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do not exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Use only alloy chain for overhead lifting.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

Little Mule Hoists Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do not exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

Yale & Shaw-Box Hoists Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do no exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

LUG-ALL Hoists Warnings:

LUG-ALL web strap hoists are NOT insulating live-line tools. When the hoist’s strap is clean and dry, it may have dielectric properties typical of nylon or polyester fibers; however, when it becomes wet and/or dirty, the strap loses these dielectric properties.

Use appropriate insulating hot sticks in series with web strap hoist hot-stick rings when necessary to achieve proper working distance per OSHA Regulation Subpart V, 1926.950 or company work practices. When the hoist handle swings closer to an energized conductor than OSHA working distances or company work practices permit, use rubber gloves rated for appropriate voltage.

To Avoid Personal Injury or Equipment Damage:
  • Do not use if web strap is twisted, kinked, frayed, or damaged.
  • Do not use to lift people, or loads over people.
  • Do not leave an unattended load suspended in the air.
  • Do not lengthen, or make any substitution for the LUG-ALL reversible handle.
  • Do not remove or obscure warning labels.
  • Do not use hoist as a load binder.
  • Do not snag or pull the strap over edges, as serious weakening may result.
  • Do not use a LUG-ALL hoist as a tow line.
  • Close latches on hook before using.
  • Use only LUG-ALL replacement parts.
The use of the web strap hoist on or around energized lines may result in serious injury or death.
For complete warning and application information, see LUG-ALL at www.lug-all.com.


Product Warning

Budgit Hoists Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do not exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Use only alloy chain for overhead lifting.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

Chester Hoists Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do not exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Use only alloy chain for overhead lifting.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

Acco / Wright Hoists Warnings:

Equipment described herein is not designed for, and should not be used for lifting, supporting, or transporting humans. Modifications to upgrade, re-rate, or otherwise alter the hoist or crane equipment shall be authorized only by the original manufacturer or qualified professional engineer. Failure to comply with any one of the limitations noted herein may result in serious bodily injury.

For complete warning and application information, see Acco Material Handling Systems at www.accolifting.com.


JD Neuhaus Hoists Safety Instructions:

Organizational Measures

JDN hoists are designed in accordance with current technological standards and accepted safety practice. Nonetheless, the use of an air hoist may be associated with risk of injury or fatality to the user or to third parties or with the risk of damage to the hoist or to other items, if safety rules are disregarded.

All personnel charged with operating air hoists must have read and understood the operation manual, especially the section entitled "Rules for safe operation of hoists", before commencing work. This is particularly important for personnel who only occasionally operate the hoist, e.g. for maintenance or retrofitting work.

Operators of JDN hoists are also under obligation to ensure safe and hazard-free operation. This can be achieved through the following measures:

  • Keep the operation manuals available at the hoist operating site
  • Carry out regular training
  • Perform regular inspections (at least once annually)
  • Implement an inspection log and make regular entries
  • Regularly check personnel for safety and hazard awareness during work
Personnel Safety

Ensure that only properly trained personnel are entrusted with operation, maintenance, inspection and repair.

"Properly trained" in this case means that the operator has appropriate training and experience in working with hoists. They are sufficiently familiar with the relevant occupational safety and accident prevention regulations that they are able to assess the condition of hoists with regard to working safety.

  • Follow the operating instructions for your workplace.
  • Comply with the accident prevention regulations.
  • Ensure that you are properly informed regarding working with hazardous materials.
  • Follow the safety instructions set out in the operation manuals
Preventive Property Damage

Operators of JDN hoists are under obligation to ensure that entries in the accompanying inspection log are made properly and regularly.

  • Comply with the prescribed maintenance intervals
  • Only use JDN hoists for work which is described as intended use
  • Observe the operating conditions for JDN hoists as described in their manual
For complete warning and application information, see JD Neuhaus at www.jdngroup.com.


Product Warning

Coffing Hoists Warnings:

Overloading and improper use can result in injury.

To Avoid Injury:
  • Do not exceed working load limit, load rating or capacity.
  • Do not use to lift people or loads over people.
  • Use only alloy chain for overhead lifting.
  • Read and follow all instructions.
For complete warning and application information, see Columbus McKinnon Corporation at www.cmworks.com.


Product Warning

Harrington Hoists Wire Rope Hoist Warning:

This equipment should not be installed, operated or maintained by any person who has not read and understood all the contents of this manual. Failure to read and comply with the contents of this manual can result in serious bodily injury or death, and/or property damage.

For complete warning and application information, see Harrington Hoists, Inc. at www.harringtonhoist.com.


R&M Hoists Safety Instructions:

Safety instructions for operating the hoist:
  • Read all the instructions supplied with the hoist. The hoist operator must be familiar with the instructions and follow them.
  • The hoist operator must be competent for the task, must know all the controls of the hoist and must be able to use them correctly and safely.
  • The hoist operator must know how to operate the hoist and must be aware of any risk of accident posed by the operating site.
  • Learn how to operate the hoist in safe conditions before actually starting to work with the hoist. Learn how to control the movements of the hook and load. Use the Hoist Owner’s Manual to familiarize yourself with the hoist and hoist controls.
  • Familiarize yourself with the signs and warnings marked on the hoist. The direction symbols for hoist motions are the same as the symbols marked on the pushbutton controller. Check the direction symbols in the Hoist Owner’s Manual.
  • Learn the hand signals for indicating hoisting motion, trolley traversing and crane travel. The hoist operator should only accept hand signals from a person authorized to give them.
  • Ensure that there is adequate lighting as well as proper tools and equipment for the working site, and that appropriate working procedures are established.
For complete warning and application information, see R&M Materials Handling, Inc. at www.rmhoist.com.


Product Warning

Harrington Hoists—Manually Lever Operated Hoists Warnings:

Improper operation of a system can create a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. To avoid such a potentially hazardous situation, the operator:

  1. Shall NOT operate a damaged, malfunctioning or unusually performing hoist.
  2. Shall NOT operate the hoist until you have thoroughly read and understood the manufacturer’s Operating and Maintenance Instructions or Manuals.
  3. Shall NOT Operate a hoist which has been modified without the manufacturer’s approval or without certification that it is in conformity with applicable OSHA regs.
  4. Shall NOT lift more than rated load for the hoist.
  5. Shall NOT use damaged hoist or hoist that is not working properly.
  6. Shall NOT use hoist with twisted, kinked, damages, or worn load chain.
  7. Shall NOT operate with any lever extension (cheater bar).
  8. Shall NOT attempt to “free-chain” the hoist while a load is applied.
  9. Shall NOT use the hoist to lift, support, or transport people.
  10. Shall NOT lift loads over people and make sure all personnel remain clear of the supported load.
  11. Shall NOT attempt to lengthen the load chain or repair damaged load chain.
  12. Shall protect the hoist’s load chain from weld splatter or other damaging contaminants.
  13. Shall NOT operate hoist when it is restricted from forming a straight line from hook to hook in the direction of loading.
  14. Shall NOT use tensioning medium as a sling or wrap tensioning medium around load.
  15. Shall NOT apply the load to the tip of the hook or to the hook latch.
  16. Shall NOT apply load unless tensioning medium is properly seated in the chain wheel(s) or sprocket(s) or drum(s).
  17. Shall NOT apply load if bearing prevents equal loading on all load supporting parts.
  18. Shall NOT operate beyond the limits of the tensioning medium travel.
  19. Shall NOT allow the chain, wire rope or hook to be touched by a live welding electrode.
  20. Shall NOT remove or obscure the warnings on the hoist.
  21. Shall NOT operate a hoist which has NOT been securely attached to a suitable support.
  22. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless load slings or other approved single attachments are properly sized and seated in the hook saddle.
  23. Shall NOT lift loads that are NOT balanced and that the holding action is not secure, taking up slack carefully.
  24. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless all persons are and remain clear of the supported load.
  25. Shall report malfunctions or unusual performances of hoist, after it has been shut down until repaired.
  26. Shall NOT operate a hoist on which the safety placards or decals are missing or illegible.
  27. Shall be familiar with operating controls, procedures and warnings.
For complete warning and application information, see Harrington Hoists, Inc. at www.harringtonhoist.com.


Product Warning

Harrington Hoists—Hand Chain Manually Lever Operated Chain Hoists Warnings:

Improper operation of a system can create a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. To avoid such a potentially hazardous situation, the operator:

  1. Shall NOT operate a damaged, malfunctioning or unusually performing hoist.
  2. Shall NOT operate the hoist until you have thoroughly read and understood the manufacturer’s Operating and Maintenance Instructions or Manuals.
  3. Shall NOT Operate a hoist which has been modified without the manufacturer’s approval or without certification that it is in conformity with applicable OSHA regs.
  4. Shall NOT lift more than rated load for the hoist.
  5. Shall NOT use damaged hoist or hoist that is not working properly.
  6. Shall NOT use hoist with twisted, kinked, damages or worn load chain.
  7. Shall NOT use the hoist to lift, support, or transport people.
  8. Shall NOT lift loads over people and make sure all personnel remain clear of the supported load.
  9. Shall NOT attempt to lengthen the load chain or repair damaged load chain.
  10. Protect the hoist’s load chain from weld splatter or other damaging contaminants.
  11. Shall NOT use load chain as a sling or wrap load chain around load.
  12. Shall NOT apply the load to the tip of the hook or to the hook latch.
  13. Shall NOT apply load unless load chain is properly seated in the chain wheel(s) or sprocket(s).
  14. Shall NOT apply load if bearing prevents equal loading on all load supporting chains.
  15. Shall NOT operate beyond the limits of the load chain travel.
  16. Shall NOT leave load supported by the hoist unattended unless specific precautions have been taken.
  17. Shall NOT allow the chain or hook to be used as an electrical or welding ground.
  18. Shall NOT allow the chain or hook to be touched by a live welding electrode.
  19. Shall NOT remove or obscure the warnings on the hoist.
  20. Shall NOT operate a hoist which has not been securely attached to a suitable support.
  21. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless load slings or other approved single attachments are properly sized and seated in the hook saddle.
  22. Shall NOT operate a hoist when it is restricted from forming a straight line from hook to hook in the direction of loading.
  23. Shall NOT lift loads that are not balanced and that the holding action is not secure, taking up slack carefully.
  24. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless all persons are and remain clear of the supported load.
  25. Shall report malfunctions or unusual performances of a hoist, after it has been shut down until repaired.
  26. Shall NOT operate a hoist on which the safety placards or decals are missing or illegible.
  27. Shall be familiar with operating controls, procedures and warnings.
For complete warning and application information, see Harrington Hoists, Inc. at www.harringtonhoist.com.


Product Warning

Harrington Hoists—Electric & Air Powered Hoists Warnings:

Improper operation of a system can create a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. To avoid such a potentially hazardous situation, the operator:

  1. Shall NOT operate a damaged, malfunctioning or unusually performing hoist.
  2. Shall NOT operate the hoist until you have thoroughly read and understood the manufacturer’s Operating and Maintenance Instructions or Manuals.
  3. Shall NOT Operate a hoist which has been modified without the manufacturer’s approval or without certification that it is in conformity with ANSI / ASME B30 volumes.
  4. Shall NOT lift more than rated load for the hoist.
  5. Shall NOT use hoist with twisted, kinked, damaged, or worn load chain or wire rope.
  6. Shall NOT use the hoist to lift, support, or transport people.
  7. Shall NOT lift or move loads over people.
  8. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless all persons are and remain clear of the supported loads.
  9. Shall NOT operate unless load is centered under hoist.
  10. Shall NOT attempt to lengthen the load wire rope or chain or repair damaged load wire rope or chain.
  11. Protect the hoist’s load wire rope or chain from weld splatter or other damaging contaminants.
  12. Shall NOT operate hoist when it is restricted from forming a straight line from hook to hook in the direction of loading.
  13. Shall NOT use load wire rope or chain as a sling, or wrap load wire rope or chain around load.
  14. Shall NOT apply the load to the tip of the hook or to the hook latch.
  15. Shall NOT apply load unless load chain is properly seated in the chain wheel(s) or sprocket(s) or wire rope is properly seated in its groove(s).
  16. Shall NOT apply load if bearing prevents equal loading on all load supporting ropes or chains.
  17. Shall NOT operate beyond the limits of the load wire rope or chain travel.
  18. Shall NOT leave load supported by the hoist unattended unless specific precautions have been taken.
  19. Shall NOT allow the load wire rope, chain or hook to be used as an electrical or welding ground.
  20. Shall NOT allow the load wire rope, chain or hook to be touched by a live welding electrode.
  21. Shall NOT removed or obscure the warnings on the hoist.
  22. Shall NOT operate a hoist on which the safety placards or decals are missing or illegible.
  23. Shall NOT operate a hoist unless it has been securely attached to a suitable support.
  24. Shall take up slack carefully – make sure load is balanced and load holding action is secure before continuing.
  25. Shall shut down a hoist that malfunctions or performs unusually and report such malfunction.
  26. Shall make sure hoist limit switches function properly.
  27. Shall warn personnel of an approaching load.
For complete warning and application information, see Harrington Hoists, Inc. at www.harringtonhoist.com.


Product Warning

Detroit Hoists Warnings:

For complete warning and application information, see Detroit Hoist at www.detroithoist.com.


Product Warning

Harrington Hoists Trolley Warning:

This equipment should not be installed, operated or maintained by any person who has not read and understood all the contents of this manual. Failure to read and comply with the contents of this manual can result in serious bodily injury or death, and/or property damage.

For complete warning and application information, see Harrington Hoists, Inc. at www.harringtonhoist.com.


Product Warning

Thern Winches Warnings:

IMPORTANT: It is the owner’s or operator’s responsibility to determine the suitability of the equipment to its intended use. Study all applicable codes, manuals, and regulations. Be sure to read the Owner’s Manual supplied with the equipment before operating it.

For complete warning and application information, see Thern, Inc. at www.thern.com.


Product Warning

Jeamar Winches Warnings:

Warnings:
  • Ensure the correct equipment is obtained and installed for the application.
  • Ratings shown in Jeamar literature are applicable only to new products.
  • Working load limits shown are the maximum load the product is authorized to support under normal environmental conditions. Shock loading and abnormal conditions must be taken into account when selecting products.
  • Working load limits shown are the maximum load the product is authorized to support under normal environmental conditions. Regular inspections must be conducted to ensure the equipment continues to meet the most current revision of the published standard.
Avoid Shock Loads:
  • These are transient loads that exceed the steady-state load. Shock loads are caused by sudden accelerations, usually due to unrestrained loads, swing loads, jerking, or impacting of the load. The working load limit may well be exceeded under these conditions.
  • Welding to any Jeamar products can be hazardous and should only be implemented after written permission from Jeamar.

Jeamar products are sold on the strict understanding that all product selection is the full responsibility of the purchaser. Jeamar accepts no liability for the use, misuse or incorrect application of its products.

For complete warning and application information, see Jeamar, Inc. at www.jeamar.com.


Product Warning

Tractel / Griphoist General Warnings:

  1. Before installing and using this unit, to ensure safe, efficient use of the unit, be sure you have read and fully understood the information and instructions given in this manual. A copy of this manual should be made available to every operator. Extra copies of this manual will be supplied on request.
  2. Do not use the unit if any of the plates mounted on the unit is missing or if any of the information on the plates, as indicated at the end of the manual, is no longer legible. Identical plates will be supplied on request; these must be secured on the unit before it can be used again.
  3. Make sure that all persons operating this unit know perfectly how to use it in a safe way, in observance of all safety at work regulations. This manual must be made available to all users.
  4. This unit must only be used in compliance with all applicable safety regulations and standards concerning installation, use, maintenance and inspection of equipment lifting devices.
  5. For all professional applications, the unit must be placed under the responsibility of a person who is entirely familiar with the applicable regulations and who has the authority to ensure the applicable regulations are applied if this person is not the operator.
  6. Any person using the unit for the first time must first verify that he has fully understood all the safety and correct operation requirements involved in use of the unit. The first-time operator must check, under risk-free conditions, before applying the load and over a limited lifting height, that he has fully understood how to safely and efficiently use the unit.
  7. The unit must only be installed and set into service under conditions ensuring the installer’ safety in compliance with the regulations applicable to its category.
  8. Each time, before using the unit, inspect the unit for any visible damage, as well as the accessories used with the unit.
  9. Tractel® declines any responsibility for use of this unit in a setup configuration not described in this manual.
  10. The unit must be suspended vertically to an anchoring point and a structure having sufficient strength to withstand the maximum utilization load indicated in this manual. If several units are used, the strength of the structure must be compatible with the number of lifting units used and with the maximum utilization load of the units.
  11. Tractel® declines any responsibility for the consequences of any changes made to the unit or removal of parts forming part of the unit.
  12. Tractel® will only guaranty operation of the unit provided it is equipped with an original Tractel® wire rope in accordance with the specifications indicated in this manual.
  13. Tractel® declines any responsibility for the consequences resulting from disassembly of the unit in any way not described in this manual or repairs performed without Tractel® authorization, especially as concerns replacement of original parts by parts of another manufacturer.
  14. Tractel® declines any responsibility for the consequences resulting from any unauthorized changes or repairs to the wire rope.
  15. The unit must never be used for any operations other than those described in this manual. The unit must never be used to handle any loads exceeding the maximum utilization load indicated on the unit. It must never be used in explosive atmospheres.
  16. The unit must never be used for lifting people.
  17. The unit is designed for manual operation and must never be motorized.
  18. When a load is to be lifted by several units, a technical study must first be carried out by a qualified technician before installation of the units. The installation must then be carried out in compliance with the study, in particular to ensure an even distribution of the load under appropriate conditions. Tractel® declines any responsibility for the consequences resulting from use of a Tractel® device in combination with other lifting devices of another manufacturer.
  19. Never park or circulate under a load. Access to the area under the load should be indicated by signs and prohibited.
  20. To ensure safe use of the unit, it should be visually inspected and serviced regularly. The unit must be periodically inspected by a Tractel®-approved repair agent as indicated in this manual.
  21. The wire rope must be in good condition to ensure safe, correct operation of the unit. Discard any wire rope which shows any signs of excess wear or damage. The condition of the wire rope should be checked each time before using the unit as detailed in the “wire rope” section.
  22. When the unit is not being used, it should be stored in a location inaccessible to persons not authorized to use the unit.
  23. When using the unit, the operator must ensure that the wire rope remains constantly tensioned by the load, and more particularly, the operator must ensure that the load is not temporarily snagged by an obstacle when coming down as this could result in rupture of the wire rope when the load is released from its obstacle.
  24. If the unit is to be definitively removed from use, make sure the unit is discarded in a way which will prevent any possible use of the unit. All environment protection regulations must be observed.

IMPORTANT: For professional applications, in particular if the unit is to be operated by an employee, make sure that you are in compliance with all safety at work regulations governing installation, maintenance and use of the equipment, and more specifically as concerns the required inspections: verification on commissioning by user, periodic inspections, and inspections subsequent to disassembly or repair operations.

For complete warning and application information, see Tractel at www.tractel.com.

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