Boat dropped from crane yacht crash and sinks
Lifting a Buldozer jn to a pit and got the wrong crane, the wrong plan and the wrong crane driver.
Through dramatic recreations of workplace accidents and one-on-one discussions with the young workers involved and their parents, this video tells four stories of lives forever altered. All were still in their teens when they were injured on the job; none were properly trained to deal with hazards and risks at their workplaces.
Wrong sling lengths, wrong crane, no Load Moment Indicator, wrong sling angles = Accident!! The 6 P’s: Proper Planning Prevents Poor Piss Performance!!
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This is a 70 ton rotor dropping, check out the geezer walking along the split line seconds before it falls.
Many say that it was a wire rope failure. Some say operator error, or even the crane manufacturer. The more I look at this though the less I think it was a wire rope failure. It looks more like a load brake failure to me. If it was a wire rope I think it would have dropped quicker than it did, and you would have seen the frayed ends on top of the rotor when it fell to the ground. This crane was hoisting and moving a 70 ton gas turbine rotor that was worth 8.5 million dollars. The failure almost killed two workers. They were so close to the drop that it must have been pretty traumatic for them. This is a great video for training purposes to show why you should not be standing under a load during operation.
This is a video of what will happen if you dont take safety seriously in the workplace – WARNING REALLY FUNNY ! please comments on this video if you like .. thanks for watching
Crane Accident Norway
This accident happened in Norway, due to the fact that the driver became unwell during driving the crane through this town. Lucky for him the houses were made of timber and not of concrete. Unfortunately these accidents happen. Hope no one got seriously injured.
Installing an off-shore gas platform can be a tricky proposition. Things can go very wrong. That’s exactly what happened with this $40 million Iranian platform which was being installed in the Persian Gulf.
For as terrifying as the footage is, there were no reported casualties; looks like everyone knew how to swim. Still, that’s a lot of cash going down the drain, and boy does it ever look like $40 million worth of pure, unadulterated terror.
This is true footage of not how to transfer personnel to another vessel.
Published on 14 Jan 2013
Boom hoist winch or cable fails…
An Ilyushin IL-18 Coot ( Alada D2-FFR) Operated by DHL aborts takeoff from the 8202 ft long airstrip at Cabinda, West Africa.