Crane Accidents Caught on Camera

The first image in this gallery (courtesy of the Cargo Equipment Experts Network) shows a success story. It demonstrates what you can accomplish by putting the right equipment in the control of people with the right training. The situation, involving Crane Rental Corporation, illustrates the recovery of a customer’s Manitowoc 4600  dragline that had slipped off a bank below 70 feet of water. This was a team effort by a lift director, skilled riggers and certified crane operators controlling cranes to perform a coordinated tandem lift. The total weight lifted? About 484,000 pounds.

The video links that follow this image show situations with not-so-positive outcomes. In fact they demonstrate what happens without paying attention to detail and respect to training. We hope you'll advance all the way through this gallery so you'll end up back at its happy beginning.

View MH&L's other video galleries via MH&L's BEST & WORST Caught on Video

They include:

Videos on OSHA’s Top Violations

Physics-Flouting Forklifts Caught on Video

Dock Accidents by Land and Sea

Warehouse Disasters Caught on Video

Stupidity in the Warehouse Caught on Video

Bad Truck Drivers Caught on Video

See Who's Making Google-Glassed Eyes at Your Business

More Dumb Things People Do with Forklifts [VIDEO GALLERY]

Forklift Man Cages: Right and Wrong, Caught on Video

Life is a Rodeo for these Forklift Champs Caught on Video

Crime by Forklift Caught on Video

The Consequences of Gravity--Caught on Video

"Struck-By" Forklift Accidents Caught on Video

Conveyor Danger—Caught on Video

Fuel Cell Forklifts--Pros & Cons on Video

Bulk Container Handling Hazards Caught on Video

Bad Forklift Training Caught on Video

Meet Your Material Handling's International Influences

Job Interviews from Hell on Video

Material Handling Failures Caught on Video

Politicians on Forklifts Caught on Camera

The Artistic Beauty and Political Ugliness of Scanning—Caught on Video

Forklifts Lifting Forklifts—Caught on Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

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