Whenever the need arises to move heavy material or equipment, you need to be sure to safely secure your payload to the transport vehicle of choice. A properly secured load will not only ensure your own well-being, but the safety of everyone else that happens to be sharing the road with you that day.
- Have plenty of heavy duty ratcheting straps, transport chain and ratcheting chain binders (payload dependent) to secure the load to the transport vehicle. The more readily available – the better!
- Be sure the vehicle or trailer used to transport the item(s) is up to the task (adequate braking ability, sturdy loading platform, available vehicle payload weight rating is adequate, multiple tie-down points available, etc.)
- Whenever possible, try to keep the majority of weight down low to avoid tipping or load shift while in transit.
- Before strapping or chaining down an item, be sure to remove any/all delicate, poorly fastened or already loose items that can easily fall off or become damaged while in transport.
- Plan your delivery route to avoid unnecessary diversions.
- If inexperienced, try to schedule large deliveries when the weather is cooperating and in your favor.
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