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Can an End User Assemble Their Own Chain Slings in the Field?

Can an end user assemble their own chain slings in the field? The latest episode of Ask the Experts is live!

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At the end of our live rigging tool box talks, we open up for a Q&A session so our viewers get their rigging questions answered in real-time. In this video, a viewer asked about the OSHA/ASME standards that apply to manufacturing a chain sling in the field.

In this video
0:00 – Intro
0:11 – A viewer asks, “Can an end-user assemble their own chain slings in the field? ”
0:21 – Top Trainer Award Winner Adam Franz Responds
1:41 – Corporate Trainer Bob Gubanich responds.
2:38 – Closing

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