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What are the hazardous factors during the lifting process of the lifting hoist

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During the lifting process of a hoist, there are various hazardous factors that can lead to serious accidents or losses. The following are some main risk factors:

Equipment malfunction and loss of control:

Equipment failure or loss of control is one of the most common and dangerous factors during the lifting process. For example, if a lift or hoisting machine malfunctions, it may cause the equipment to fall or overturn, posing a serious threat to on-site personnel and buildings.

Especially when key components of the equipment, such as high-strength bolts at standard section connections, are missing, effective limiting devices or limit devices are not installed, the risk of accidents will significantly increase.

Incorrect operation and poor communication:

Lifting operations usually involve collaboration among multiple people, so communication and coordination during operation are crucial. If communication between operators is not smooth or appropriate measures are not taken, it may lead to equipment movement or misalignment, causing the entire lifting system to lose balance.

Violations, improper command, poor coordination, or misoperation by operators are also common causes of accidents.

Risk of working at heights:

Falling from heights is another important risk factor during the lifting process. If high-altitude workers do not wear safety belts or operate improperly, they are prone to falling accidents.

The falling tools of high-level workers may also cause injury to personnel below.

Electric shock risk:

Electrical equipment leakage, failure of protective devices, or unshielded bare wires can all lead to electric shock accidents, posing a threat to personnel safety.

Falling heavy objects and object strikes:

During the lifting process, if a heavy object falls or swings, it may cause object impact injuries to personnel below.

Environmental factors:

Environmental factors such as weather and ground conditions may also have an impact on lifting operations. For example, strong winds may increase the risk of equipment losing control, and uneven ground may cause equipment to capsize.

In order to reduce the risks brought by these risk factors, a series of preventive measures need to be taken:

Operators should be familiar with the Safety Operating Regulations for Elevators and operate according to the regulations.

Before starting work, it is necessary to inspect the equipment to ensure that all departments are operating normally.

Carry out daily and regular inspections of equipment, and maintain it regularly. Report any abnormalities to the machine repair workshop in a timely manner.

Operators must wear labor protection equipment and fasten safety belts as required.

Coordinate well during operation, clarify the main operators, unify command, and operate in an orderly manner.

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