In case you missed it, here is the recording from Mazzella’s Online Rigging Tool Box Talk with Adam Franz and Bob Gubanich.
Adam covers OSHA/ASME inspection criteria for wire rope, alloy chain, and synthetic slings—followed by a live Q&A session.
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In this video:
0:00 – Introduction
0:41 – Welcome and Thank You
1:06 – Mazzella’s Lifting & Rigging Resources for end-users
1:35 – Inspection Frequencies for Lifting Slings
3:04 – Wire Rope Slings: Care, Use, and Inspection
3:20 – Wire Rope Sling Identification
4:11 – Wire Rope Nomenclature
4:53 – Inspection of Wire Rope Slings
10:12 – Sling Inspection EBook – https://youtu.be/Ll90X2pcTIs
10:57 – Alloy Chain Sling: Care, Use, & Inspection
11:47 – Alloy Chain Sling Identification
13:17 – Inspection of Alloy Chain Slings
17:55 – Synethic Slings: Care, Use, & Inspection
19:38 – Web Sling Identification
20:52 – Inspection of Synthetic Slings
22:41 – Polyester Roundsling Identification
25:43 – High-Performance Roundsling Identification
26:01 – High-Performance Roundsling Inspection
27:54 – Online Training for End Users
29:47 – Live Q and A Session
44:11 – Closing
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