SYNTHETIC WEBBING SLINGS
Non-abrasive material with high lifting capacities, so that you maintain strength and control with your lifting operation.
USE & CARE GUIDELINES
- Do not use synthetic web slings with loads above the rated load capacities on the tag. Do not use worn or damaged slings or attachments.
- Store slings away from potential mechanical or chemical damage, sunlight, ultraviolet light and extreme temperatures.
- Properly hitch slings, pad sharp edges, balance loads, don’t drag slings, keep them free of knots or twists and don’t pull a sling from under a load when the load is on the sling.
- Do not drop a sling equipped with metal fittings.
Inspect slings daily and according to OSHA-approved ASME guidelines.
PRE-OPERATIONAL, DAILY INSPECTIONS
- All slings must be checked daily by the sling operator before the first use of each shift. Here are some items to check daily:
- Check that ID tags are not missing or unreadable
- Check webbing for melted, charred or weld-splattered areas Check for acid or alkali burns
- Check for holes, tears, cuts, snags or embedded particles
- Check for broken or worn stitching
- Check for excessive abrasive wear or elongation Check for knots or brittle areas
OSHA 1910.184 requirements dictate a yearly complete sling inspection. Olsen can conduct and document these necessary inspections. Call today: 800-328-1906