Common Safety Hazards Related to Concrete Pumping

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    Safety controls and auxiliary safety devices must not be modified, bypassed or defeated. Workers may be exposed to health and safety risks when setting up or operating concrete placing equipment. The associated hazards include: excessive slope and/or

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  • Concrete Pump Hazards & Safety - The Concrete Network

    Construction safety focus: Mobile concrete boom pump

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  • Safe work with precast concrete | WorkSafe

    13/11/2018 · Bracing anchors. Bracing anchors are used to connect the brace to the braced precast concrete element and the brace footing. They should be designed with a factor of safety of 2.5 against failure of concrete. If expansion anchors are used, capacity is based on a factor of safety …

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  • Concrete Pumping

    15/7/2021 · Southwest Concrete Pumping Deven Colorado NEW VIDEO. https://southwestcp.com or give us a call at 303-781-PUMP (7867) Southwest Concrete Pumping is a locally owned and operated company serving Colorado since 1990. Our main goal is to satisfy our customers on each and every pour.

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    11/4/2008 · Hose whipping accidents are one of the most common accidents associated with operating a concrete pump. Air trapped in the delivery system is a common cause of hose whippings as a result of higher horsepower and pump pressures available in today's equipment.

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  • Concrete Pumping — Construction Center of Excellence

    20/9/2016 · Concrete Pumping. September 20, 2016 / Megan Quint. Concrete pumping is an economical and efficient means of placing concrete on most jobs in the construction industry today. Every person on the job-site should understand the hazards that can occur when air is compressed in the hose. Following proper safety guidelines enables a safe, successful

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  • How to Prevent Injuries When Working with Concrete | …

    Construction workers have suffered serious and fatal injuries during incidents involving boom pumps. This document outlines how WorkSafe inspectors visit construction sites to ensure the risks associated with the setup and operation of truck-mounted mobile concrete boom pumps are, so far as reasonably practicable, controlled. It explains

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  • Concrete placing equipment operations: Fact sheet | …

    Safety controls and auxiliary safety devices must not be modified, bypassed or defeated. Workers may be exposed to health and safety risks when setting up or operating concrete placing equipment. The associated hazards include: excessive slope and/or

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  • Hazard identification tool – Concrete placement | …

    7/4/2014 · This educational article has been developed to assist in the identification of occupational safety and health (OSH) hazards. The hazard identification tools were developed following interviews with principal contractors and subcontractors, which highlighted the accurate identification of hazards as significant in the successful management of subcontractor safety.

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  • Keeping Safe While Pumping | For Construction Pros

    16/10/2008 · Keeping Safe While Pumping. Contractors who use concrete pumps on the jobsite can lower the incidence of a host of manual labor-related safety issues. Outriggers should be set up on a …

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    Safety Tips: 6 Concrete Construction Hazards | eSUB

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  • Safety Tips: 6 Concrete Construction Hazards | eSUB

    28/7/2020 · Concrete Construction Hazards Falls From Elevated Platforms We mentioned that falls were the most common construction site accidents overall and they pose an acute risk in terms of concrete safety hazards as well. These accidents contribute to over $12 billion

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  • Cement & Concrete Hazards In Construction

    Clark Concrete Contractors LLC • Self Perform Division of Clark Construction Group • Average 600 field employees topping out at 980 last year –Carpenters –Laborers –Cement Masons –Operators • In 2012, worked 1.7 million man-hours • Poured 340,140 cubic

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  • Safety Matters: Concrete Pump Safety| Concrete …

    11/4/2008 · Wear protective equipment at all times when handling concrete products. Mike Cusack is the vice president of operations for Conco Pumping, Concord, Calif. He can be reached at 925-687-6040 or [email protected] The American Concrete Pumping Association can be reached at 606 Enterprise Drive, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035 or at 614-431-5618.

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  • Hazard identification tool – Concrete placement | …

    23/6/2021 · In concrete pumping operations, common hazards include, but are not limited to: concrete placing booms pump gauges concrete pipelines and restraint equipment uncontrolled hose whip movements concrete delivery concrete pumping plant placement

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  • Safety Tips: 6 Concrete Construction Hazards | eSUB

    7/4/2014 · Pumping Concrete Violent ejection of concrete from hose at first moment of delivery. Struck by concrete which may cause body injuries; falls onto the deck or off the edge of the deck. No warning given prior to starting or re-commencing the pour. Air in hose due

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  • Concrete Pump Hazards & Safety - The Concrete Network

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  • American Society of Concrete Contractors | ASCC - Job Description Hazard Identification Hazard Controls Concrete …

    safety vests are worn. Concrete Placing Installing Rebar JHA - Concrete Placing Operation.xls 1 b. Use ladders or stairs to reach platforms that are more than 2 feet above or below the access point. c. Don't use damaged scaffold components; repair or replace

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  • 10 Common Construction Hazards & How to Avoid Them

    18/10/2017 · Working at Height The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found that, in 2015/16, just over a quarter of worker fatalities were from a fall from height. This put working at height as the most common cause of fatal injuries to workers. Suitable training is required for all employees who work at height.

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