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Volume Lashing - From Start to Finish

Follow along with me and learn as I tape, remove, and fill this volume set.
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Mendoza Rodriguez : What thickness were the lashes you used, curl and length?
Katie Nguyen : Hi! I’m a beginner lash artist and I love your video! But im having a problem that when I pick up fans, the root started separate, and even your some of your fans were separate but when you dipped in glue it’s stick together, mine didnt do that. Is it a problem from my glue or my tweezer?
Ma Dana168 : Good video
Em empot Mendez : If you do this in Middle East trust me you will end up being complained at.
Minnah : What point size are you using hun
Ivonne Dejesus : What kind of lashes are you using?
Ben Oli : Where are you located?
Avan Hoshyar : The camera is so shaky. If you make it not so jumpy that would be great

Lashing Containers - Maritime New Zealand

It’s one of the most physically demanding and dangerous jobs on container port facilities in New Zealand …..lashing and delashing containers.
Whatever the hour..whatever the weather …whatever the ships equipment… layout and condition.
‘You’ve just got to be aware of your surroundings…there are all sorts of things to trip on …and fall…And if you fall this stuff is not like a mattress…it’s steel…it’s metal…you are going to get hurt.
Containers are secured on ships by 2 support systems…..interlocking cones that link one container to another…..and a system of rods and turnbuckles by which the containers are lashed to the deck.

The possibility always exists of catching your fingers when one partner is adjusting the turnbuckle so that it can receive the bar… there is always a chance throughout this procedure that your fingers are going to get hurt.
Lashing containers is a dangerous business…..impact injuries from falling equipment can be fatal……’pinching’ can cost fingers and toes….tripping and falls are common….and muscle strains go with the territory.
Lashing crews don’t just get bruises…they either lose a limb, arm or finger or they get killed….. It’s a very dangerous job down …you’ve got to be aware of your surroundings at all times.

A lot of the danger in lashing and delashing doesn’t involve rods and turnbuckles….One of the most common accidents on ships is falling……tripping over lugs and equipment…..tumbling into a bay….slipping off a ladder or equipment.or stepping in front of a piece of moving equipment…..Think “Safety First”…maintain up and down awareness and 360 degree awareness all around you at all times.

Lashing invlolves three crucial points of contact…..
…a bar or rod attached to the container
…a turnbuckle attached to the deck
…and a turnbuckle and bar married together ….tightened and secured.

Experienced lashers know the basics….. like keeping two hands on the turnbuckle when securing it in case you slip or leaving a bar or rod ‘hanging’ from the container.

Always work in pairs….and stay paired up…one on the bar holding it in place and one on the turnbuckle…….
Keep fingers, hands, arms and legs out of the ‘bight’.. where metal meets metal.

Think ‘Safety First’…maintain control of the bars at all times….don’t leave them hanging from the containers…if left unattended they can come loose and fall.

Protect yourself and your partner from injury with the RIGHT personal equipment…always wear a hard hat…high visibility vest and ear protection…wear gloves and steel toed shoes ….lift with you legs not with your back to prevent strains….work methodically and at an even pace….you will be safer and more productive.

Moving fast doesn’t necessarily get the job done any faster… a slow steady pace…make the right moves methodically… moves that aren’t going to put yourself or your partner in harms way. If you do this you will become consistent in your work flow and the work will get done at a good rate without putting anybody at risk.

Take time to know the layout of the ship you’re working on….which way to the bow and stern…the location of bays and the dimensions of containers…locations of the ladders….gaps in the deck…and potential hazards….pay special attention to what’s moving around you …such as cranes, containers, cargo or equipment.

Think ‘Safety First’…know where the cranes are at all times…never work or stand under a moving crane or container… If you have any concerns or see a situation that you think might be dangerous …notify your supervisor.

Work as a team….Communicate constantly and stay aware of your surroundings every minute you are on deck. Things happen when you least expect it. These skills will make you productive and will also keep you safe…
Argi Aziz : This my Job at Sabah port malaysia its a dangerous job but Be think Safe Before work.. Safety First
art vandelay : fell on this vid by accident,and i can t believe securing shipping containers is done by hand this day in age,but obviously no better way has been invented.I did very physical work in my 20s and 30s but this looks totally brutal honestly.incredibly dangerous and very risky injury wise.hats off to the brutes that do this everyday all day,wow,cannot be easy
The Criterion Taxi : Hi there how can we apply a jobs ?
M Yazid : 4:06 yeahh right, i work in this sector if do a job not faster we will been misconduct because the crain is doing faster than lasher.
Gilson Leite : Very good. Congratulations.
Manish Veeramasu : look at dis dude
Sun Shit : Lame PSA
Anthony Lloyd : Just did a 10+ hour lashback yesterday
Robert Ovivir : I had also done this before on board, its hard but if you were used to it, it's very easy
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