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CNG Competitor Analysis

April 2013

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Overview

Securement Video

PPE

Loading and Securing Cargo

Scenario Training

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PPE

In addition to your uniform (if provided), Ruan requires the following six items to be worn by all flatbed drivers anytime you are on duty and not driving:Hard hatLong pantsSafety vest or approved hi-visibility shirtSafety-toe boots with internal metatarsal protectionGlovesSafety glassesAlso - Any Customer Specific Additional Requirements – e.g. Hearing Protection

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Loading and Securing Cargo

Before beginning to load cargo, you must evaluate the total cargo securement situation. Ask yourself:Is the cargo itself suitable for transport?Is the vehicle ready to be loaded?Do you have all the equipment you’ll need to secure the cargo on-hand?Do you have a loading strategy that will result in proper weight distribution and Ruan requirements?

You need to know certain things about the cargo

before

you begin. This allows you to plan the best securement method.

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Securing Cargo – Is it Suitable for Transport?

What

is the gross weight?

What is the cargo cube-weight? (Cube-weight is normally expressed as weight in pounds per cubic foot (lbs./ft.3)). This type of cargo can be divided into three main categories:

Light-weight Cargo = 10 lbs. or less

Medium-weight Cargo = 10 – 50 lbs.

Heavy-weight Cargo = More than 50 lbs.

Is the weight consistent?

Are cargo dimensions uniform

?

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Securing Cargo – Is it Suitable for Transport?

Cargo should be assessed for damage, shape, and suitability. Check for the following:

Weak

, damaged or broken boxes, crates or

pallets

Leaking packages

Loose

banding, improperly positioned over the cargo, poorly installed or improperly

connected

Wrapping problems

Bulging cargo

Crushed cargo

Product

overhanging

Product

not properly positioned

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Securing Cargo – Load Responsibility

Loaders must assess the vehicle before loading cargo

A trailer that lacks equipment or isn't clean enough for the cargo can compromise the cargo during transport. Damaged freight normally results in claims against the carrier

Below are vehicle conditions that can make securing cargo difficult:

Trailer deck or floor that is dirty or contaminated, or covered with debris

Damaged or punctured trailer wall

Damaged or defective anchor points

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Securing Cargo – Load Responsibility

Before loading, confirm all necessary paperwork is completed and matches cargo about to be loaded

Confirm based on:

Bill of lading

Shipping documents

Delivery slip

Packing lists

Box and/or pallet count

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Securing Cargo – Load Responsibility

Distributing Cargo WeightCargo should be loaded so the center of mass is low and weight is balanced on vehicle centerlineIn some cases the cargo may have a high center of gravity – or cargo may be unbalanced from one side to anotherLoad balance will affect the vehicle handles and the way drivers operateAs the driver, you must know how the cargo is loaded and balanced

Proper weight distribution means making sure that no more than 60% of the load is on 50% or less of the

deck

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Securing Cargo – Load Responsibility

Load heavy articles first

– place equal weight on the right and left side

Center the load to keep vehicle load threshold high in both sideways directions

In mixed, stacked loads, the larger and heavier items should be placed on the bottom

Weak or crushable items should be placed on top, or behind heavy items

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Securing Cargo – Restraining Against Forward Movement

Placing cargo directly against the front-end structure is one simple way to restrain against movement in the forward directionWhen you must position cargo so it is not directly against the front-end, you may use several blocking methods to restrain against forward movement

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Securing Cargo – Blocking Under Cargo

Hardwood and softwood blocking is often placed under cargoAllows lifting equipment to get under cargoAlso allows to secure where tie-downs have been placed under the cargoUnstable blocking could cause cargo to shiftWhen cargo shifts, tie-downs may not work properly – especially for indirect tie-downs positioned over the top of cargo

Always place blocking so the wider face is against the deck. Never stack blocking so the stock becomes taller than it is wide.

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Securing Cargo – Blocking Under Cargo

When blocking must be stacked, the blocking in each layer should cross over the layer below (use cross blocks)Failure to do this makes it unstable unless the finished stack is wider than it is tall and the stack is unitized.

Nails are often used to fasten blocks, chocks or wedges to a deck. A single nail driven completely through to the outside of a 1 ¼ in. hardwood trailer deck will restrain up to about 700 lbs. of force in a straight sideways direction.

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Securing Cargo – Loading the Cargo Properly

For cargo placed beside each other and secured by side-to-side (transverse) tie-downs:Place them in direct contact with each other, orPrevent them from shifting towards each other in transit by using blocking or by filling the space with other cargo. Vehicle motion can cause cargo to compress and fill any open spaces, thereby causing the tie-downs to become loose

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Securing Cargo – Important Notes

Make

the axles legal

Keep stops separate

Brace forward

Brace sideways, particularly on second level

Keep orders separate (if

possible)

Turn last 2 pallets (if

possible)

Meet desired customer loading pattern

Keep same items together

Brace backwards

Keep

families together

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CNG Competitor Analysis

April 2013

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Overview Securement Video PPE Loading and Securing Cargo Scenario Training PPE In addition to your uniform if provided Ruan requires the following six items to be worn by all flatbed drivers anytime you are on duty and not driving ID: 760559 Download Presentation

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