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1. Because of its toughness, shackles for most overhead lifting are made from __

forged steel

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2. The maximum load weight that a sling is designed to carry is the __

rated capacity

3

Which hand signal standards were developed for use with mobile and overhead cranes?

ASME

4

Most alloy steel chain slings can be used in temperatures up to _ _ .

500°F

5

Which style of eyebolts can be used for angular loading applications?

Alloy

6

If a wire rope sling appears to be damaged, the decision to keep it in service can only be made by a __

qualified person

7

Which style of hook is designed to be used on alloy chain slings?

Eye hook

8

In general industry, the most widely used type of shackle is the __ design

screw pin

9

To lift heavy loads, all chain hoists use a(n) __ system.

gear

10

To calculate the total sling stress applied during a lift, you need to know the total weight of the load and the ____.

angle at which the slings will attach

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Which type of hitch is ideal for lifting bundles of items, such as pipes?

Double-wrap choker hitch

12

Wire rope slings must be inspected __ .

before each use

13

A designated person must inspect eyebolts once each __.

year

14

Which of the following consists of two or more slings attached to the same hook?

Bridle hitch

15

Hand signals are used to communicate __ .

load navigation directions

16

Sling stress is doubled at a horizontal sling angle of __ .

30 degrees

17

Two double-wrap choker hitches are recommended when lifting a load longer than __ feet.

.12

18

When a tattle-tail has been pulled into the jacket, the sling has been __ .

overloaded

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A navigational signal of one or both arms extended, palms down, and retracted in rapid motion indicates __ .

emergency stop

20

The only personnel allowed on the landing zone are __ .

tag line tenders