AS 3775.2:2014 Chain slings for lifting purposes

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AS 3775.2:2014 pdf free.Chain slings for lifting purposes—Grade T(80) and V(100) Part 2: Care and use.
4.3 Inspection of chain slings
A competent person shall be suitably trained, qualified by knowledge and practical experience to be competent to interpret and implement the requirements of Clause 9 covering the following:
(a) Periodic inspections.
(b) Defects requiring withdrawal from service.
(c) Discard criteria.
For repairs, the person shall be competent to interpret and implement the requirements of Clause 10.
4.4 Competency standards and procedures
Competency standards and procedures relating to the respective role and duties of competent persons shall include the requirements of this Standard. They shall incorporate an established competency-based training course. Documentation of competency standards and procedures shall be maintained.
4.5 Visual acuity
The competent person shall have satisfactory near and medium range vision. The visual acuity of a competent person shall be tested periodically, with a maximum duration of 2 years between each test. by an optometrist or suitably trained person. The competent person shall be able to demonstrate clear near vision. Near vision acuity (Jaeger No. 1) shall permit reading a minimum of Times Roman 4.5 points vertical height at not less than 300 mm with one or both eyes, either corrected or uncorrected.
NOTE: AS 3978 gives guidance on visual acuity for visual inspections.
Chain slings should be stored on a properly designed rack, such as an A-frame or wall rack. They should not be left lying on the ground after use, where they could he damaged or lost.
Users shall ensure the following minimum precautions are applied:
(a) Never heat or heat-treat chain.
(b) Lightly oil chain prior to prolonged storage.
(c) Store chain in clean, dry, non-corrosive places.
(d) Protect from any weld spatter and arc strikes.
(e) Care shall be taken with chain slings which are left on crane hooks to ensure ihat they do not present a danger to persons or property and do not become accidently engaged.
NOTE: When being handled, chain slings should not be dropped or thrown down and when being
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