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Of note was a clarification as to the role of the chassis insulating system: It is the responsibility of the purchaser to notify the manufacturer of the unit model and serial number and the name and address of the new owner within 60 days.
A significant change found in the design of insulated units is a requirement that lower controls be readily accessible in all boom positions and be installed such that an operator is not placed in the electrical path between the aerial device and the ground. Specific warnings and advice shall be provided to the operator s that the upper controls do not provide protection in the event of electrical contact and are not a substitute for Minimum Approach Distances, cover-ups, rubber gloves and other personal protective equipment.
Under the direction of a qualified person, the trainee shall operate the aerial device for a sufficient period of time to demonstrate proficiency in the actual operation of the aerial device.
A lanyard connector shall not pinch between components having relative movement with the anchorage s. Please first log in with a verified email before subscribing to alerts.
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Standards Subsctiption may be the perfect solution. You can download and open this file to your own computer but DRM prevents opening this file on another computer, including a networked server. This standard applies to the design, manufacture, testing, inspection, installation, maintenance, use, training, and operation of vehicle-mounted aerial devices.
Subscription pricing is determined by: This industry effort involving suppliers and utilities has helped ensure that a workable, effective and comprehensive standard is in amsi. The winch line shall not be considered as insulating. The strength requirement shall apply only to the anchorage s and their attachments to the boom, platform or platform mounting.
Check functionality of emergency controls. Although the requirements for general training carry over from the standard, a fourth bullet was added to the requirements for familiarization. Higher levels of qualifications are required for electrical linemen to physically contact energized conductors and facilities from Category A, B and C aerial wnsi.
Switching and Tagging July-August The subcommittee worked on the standard from until its eventual approval in July Live-line tool rods, tubes and poles shall be designed and constructed to withstand the following minimum tests: Need more than one copy? The override mode shall maintain its function while unattended.
The lifting of an outrigger during operation shall not disable boom functions. This training shall be offered initially and subsequently on request. Section 8 Responsibilities of Owners was reorganized and new items were added in the inspection and test requirements: Should the original manufacturer no longer exist, an equivalent entity may determine the required procedure.
Categories B and C machines may incorporate control systems with high electrical resistance components.
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Safety Rules and Work Practices: Also in Section 8 are some requirements for proper welding, use of aerial devices for intended applications, ownership notification and a prohibition on certain alterations. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email. Add to Alert PDF. The Standard November-December asni Equipment Operations Safety Management.
ANSI A Vehicle Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms
Vehicle Operation Winter Readiness. Presence of unauthorized persons. Incident Analysis March-April The necessity of a gradient control device is to be determined by the Qualification test. Please first verify your email before subscribing to alerts. Upper controls that incorporate components for their electrical resistance should be tested to assure resistance by testing them at either 40 kV AC or 56 kV DC for 3 minutes with a maximum current level of microamperes for the AC test and 56 microamperes for the DC test.
Machines that incorporate components for their electrical resistance shall receive an initial confirmation test and be subjected to the requirements for periodic inspections See Sections 5.
This does not imply that the aerial device is meant to meet or comply with this load requirement. Using Category B aerial devices on voltage levels above 46 kV requires the use of live line tools with appropriate dielectric ratings.