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    Nov 01, 2018 · A pump operator has plenty of rest time with breaks ranging from 33%-55% of their total time pumping. The majority of an operator's time is spent waiting on ready-mixed concrete for them to pump. ACPA further explained that a concrete pump cannot operate without concrete supplied by a ready-mixed truck.

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    May 29, 2015 · Do not set outriggers on uneven soil or a hill, and never bridge cribbing over a hole. The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) says placing booms should never be operated within 20 feet of working power lines; this is known as the danger zone. It is a good idea to mark the danger zone with cones or other identifying markers.

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    Safety Bulletin: Setting Outriggers to Prevent Accidents II - Shortrigging. Safety Publications. Non-member price: $5.00. member price: $2.50. "Shortrigging" describes the act of not extending the outriggers on the side away from the pour. Shortrigging is NOT recommended, but under certain conditions it may be required.

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    The American Concrete Pumping Association Ideally, the space has already been leveled and is large enough to handle a pump using extended outriggers. Additionally, there should be enough space to handle a couple of mix trucks. Don't operate or set up a concrete pump when it is dark.

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    The American Concrete Pumping Association Safety Bulletin "Setting outriggers to prevent accidents - Shortrigging" provides useful guidance in preparing instructions that are specific to the site and equipment conditions, and can be found in Appendix E. January 22, 2010

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    May 29, 2015 · Do not set outriggers on uneven soil or a hill, and never bridge cribbing over a hole. The American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) says placing booms should never be operated within 20 feet of working power lines; this is known as the danger zone. It is a good idea to mark the danger zone with cones or other identifying markers.

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    Feb 28, 2013 · Do not set outriggers on uneven soil or a hill, and never bridge cribbing over a hole. Information provided by the American Concrete Pumping Association. Contractor Responsibilities.

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    Setting the outriggers of a concrete pump with placing boom is one of the most critical jobs of the concrete pump operator and should always be done in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended procedure. If not done properly, it can lead to a serious accident. Setting outriggers When arriving at the jobsite, always check-in with the contractor.

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    The American Concrete Pumping Association requires that the boom tip and any other section of the boom be at least 17 feet (5 meters) from power lines. Depth perception when judging far away objects is seldom reliable, and should be avoided when operators are placing their booms.

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    Concrete Pumping System Outriggers Boom Control Panel Transmitter and Receiver accompanying American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) Safety Manual. The truck mounted concrete boom pump is equipped with front and rear outriggers. The front set consists of a hydraulic telescopic beam that extends on a diagonal direction out toward the

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    accompanying American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) Safety Manual. • Use only qualified, experienced, and trained personel wearing protective equipment at all The truck mounted concrete boom pump is equipped with front and rear outriggers. The front set consists of a hydraulic telescopic beam that extends on a diagonal direction out

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    Setting the outriggers of a concrete pump with placing boom is one of the most critical jobs of the concrete pump operator and should always be done in accordance with the manufacturer's recommended procedure. If not done properly, it can lead to a serious accident. Setting outriggers . When arriving at the jobsite, always check-in with the

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  • The Do's And Dont's Of Concrete Pumping - Allied Insurance

    The American Concrete Pumping Association Ideally, the space has already been leveled and is large enough to handle a pump using extended outriggers. Additionally, there should be enough space to handle a couple of mix trucks. Don't operate or set up a concrete pump when it is dark.

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    accompanying American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA) Safety Manual. • Use only qualified, experienced, and trained personel wearing protective equipment at all The truck mounted concrete boom pump is equipped with front and rear outriggers. The front set consists of a hydraulic telescopic beam that extends on a diagonal direction out

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