What are the ASME B30.2 Hand Signals for Overhead and Gantry Cranes?

What are the ASME B30.2 hand signals for overhead and gantry cranes?

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OSHA CFR 1924.1419

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In this video we cover:

► Introduction 0:00

► Roles and Responsibilities for Crane Signalers, Crane Operators, and Workers 1:02

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signals for Overhead and Gantry Cranes 2:06

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Stop 2:27

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Emergency Stop 2:31

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Move Slowly 2:38

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Raise the Hoist 2:42

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Lower the Hoist 2:51

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Bridge Travel 2:57

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Trolley Travel 3:04

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Multiple Trolleys 3:11

► The ASME B30.2 Hand Signal for Magnet is Disconnected 3:19

► Considerations and available resources for overhead lifts 3:29

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