A film about safe methods of rafting timber.
A boat is sailing along the river.
In the approximation, you can see how a person is being carried on a stretcher, a doctor is next to him.
The boat drags logs along the river.
The crane loads the vessel.
A special boat collects logs on the water.
A raft of bundles with logs floats on the river.
Workers with hooks collect logs.
Logs are collected in bundles by a boat.
The safety cabinet on the alloy.
Workers are being instructed.
Patrol boat on the initial rafting.
A cartoon explaining the rules of behavior on the boat during the initial rafting and the movement of the boat.
Rules for storing tools on the boat.
Rules of behavior of the worker when rolling logs from the shore.
Prohibition of work on yards.
When analyzing congestion, it is necessary to approach them by boat against the current.
It is strictly forbidden to be on the disassembled part of the jam when the winch is working, the worker must be at a distance of 10m from the disassembly site.
It is forbidden to disassemble the congestion during the rapid increase of flood, in dense fog with visibility less than 50m, with wind speed more than 8m per second, as well as at night.
Panorama of the river.
The tractor collects logs.
During operation, only two people can be on the tractor, the door to the cabin must be open and secured.
It is forbidden to operate the tractor with a wave of more than 40cm.
Panoramic view of the sorting of logs.
Sorting and raft nets must be equipped with ladders and ladders with railings, and provided with rescue equipment.
When working in a panic, it is forbidden to work with cables without gloves.
The winch collects bunches of logs.
Protection of the winch engine.
A cartoon explaining safety violations when working with cables and blocks.
Close-ups of workers.
A cartoon explaining the ban on moving on logs from one bon to another.
You can't work on both sides of the boom at the same time.
Rules for working with a boat hook.
Panorama of the bunching works on the river.
These jobs relate to heavy physical work.
The P1 machine system, designed to facilitate the work of workers on the alloy.
The machine feeds the wood into the bunker-corridor of the multi-row chipboard.
Logs are sorted by length.
The main sorting corridor on pontoons-rollers.
There comes an oriented transverse shield of logs.
From the main corridor and the raft yards, the forest is directed to the raft machine, which produces the raft of logs into bundles.
The machine aligns the logs.
Safety rules on these mechanisms.
The whole system is equipped with rescue equipment.
Checking the draft of the pontoon.
Checking the mechanisms before starting work at idle.
It is necessary to constantly check the operation of mechanisms and alarms.
The knitting machine must always use a tire iron during work, be in a headdress and in buttoned clothes.
During the clamping of the beam, it is impossible to be on it.
It is impossible to repair and lubricate moving parts on the move.
The machine must be raised after strapping.
A raft of bunches of trees floats along the river.
Mooring booms, when forming and equipping rafts with rigging, must have sufficient buoyancy.
Strict compliance with the rules of rafting, forming and rigging of rafts for towing ensures the safety of workers.
The boat transports workers.
The correctness of the hooks is checked, while it is impossible to be on the line of the stretched rope.
The tightening of the rafts by mechanisms can be started only after the signal is given to the workers conducting the fastening.
Loading of timber onto a ship.
Crane operation on loading.
Loading machines can work only at the signal of the slinger.
When loading the forest, it is impossible to be in the cargo movement zone.
It is possible to direct the lifted load only with long-handled bags.
The life jacket should always be buttoned up, a helmet on the head.
Loading and unloading of the forest is carried out in accordance with the technological map approved by the chief engineer of the enterprise.
Loading of timber onto ships is carried out from specially equipped booms.
When working, it is necessary to use self-opening sling kits or grapples.
The sequence and order of cargo placement on the ship is established by the captain.
Checking the health of workers.
A self-propelled barge transports timber.
Mechanisms that replace physical labor.
Transportation of timber by ships.