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Cube — Without Manually 22 1 Operated Stabilizers. Overhead Guard Impact Deformation Limit. The first Subcommittee meeting was held December5, Six Subcommittee meetings were held for preparation of the standard, and a proposedstandard dated March 25, was presented to Sectional Committee members for study. Thefirst edition of the standard was approved and published in as an American NationalStandard.
In August ,the B The revised standard was subsequently approved by the B56 Committee and the sponsor. The edition incorporates changes made in the B It was approved for issuance as an American NationalStandard on April 9, This Standard shall become effective 1 year after its respective Date of Issuance. Part IIIapplies only to trucks manufactured after the effective date. Safety codes and standards are intended to enhance public health and safety.
Revisions resultfrom committee consideration of factors such as technological advances, new data, and changingenvironmental and industry needs. Revisions do not imply that previous editions were inadequate.
Rogers, Chair G. Ritterbusch, Vice Chair C. Berke, Safety Solutions of MinnesotaS. Simpson, Simpson Machine Corp. Eavenson, Commercial Turf Product Ltd. Fuller, Consulting EngineerD. Graham, Ford Motor Co.
Steinberger, General Motors Corp. Gutta, Consulting EngineerD. Hupp, Alcoa, Inc. Johnson, Johnson Engineering Services, Inc. Klebes, Universal Health ServicesD. Labelle, ConsultantR.
Lasecki, Consulting EngineerW. Ramsey, Major Equipment Co. Ritterbusch, Caterpillar, Inc. Rogers, ConsultantK. Sanders, East Penn Manufacturing Co. Ramsey, Chair, Major Equipment Co. Bargenquast, The Gradall Co. Barnes, Consulting EngineerG. Collins, Caterpillar, Inc. Friedemann, Robert C.
Jarrett, J. Case Co. Johnson, Consulting EngineerJ. Kipfer, Carelift Equipment ManufacturingD. Krawchuk, U. Army TardecS. Mercier, The Gradall Co. Palumbo, Terex PrincetonR. Shinn, Eagle Pitcher Industries, Inc. The interpretations are not part of this edition or of the standard itself. Standardization ISO in all matters pertainingto powered and nonpowered industrial trucks. Functions of Manned Industrial VehiclesB Serious hazards are overloading, instability of the load, obstruction toB This truck is intended for operation on unim-proved natural terrain as well as the disturbed terrain 4.
Interpretations willreplaced with forks, and machines designed primarily be rendered only in response to a written requestas over-the-road trucks equipped with lifting devices.
The request for interpretation shall be in the following format. The purpose of this Standard is to promote safetythrough the design, construction, application, operation, Subject: Cite the applicable paragraph number s andand maintenance of rough terain forklift trucks.
This provide a concise description. Standard may be used as a guide by governmentalauthorities desiring to formulate safety rules and regula- Edition: Cite the applicable edition of the pertinenttions. This Standard is also intended for voluntary use standard for which the interpretation is beingby others associated with manufacture or utilizing rough requested.
The inquirer may also To carry out the provisions of this Standard, all include any plans or drawings that are neces-items in Parts II and III are mandatory except those sary to explain the question; however, theyincluding the word should, which are recommendations.
Further,persons aggrieved by an interpretation may appeal to 4. Only the capacity of the truck with forks or attachment s authorized operators trained to adhere strictly to the at maximum elevation with load laterally centered. Unusual 5. When the truck manufacturer or its successor of the steering handwheel. However, the requirements in para. NFPA Therefore, 5. A load backrest 5. Rough terrain forklift trucks can contribute to theambient sound level in the work area. Consideration 5.
The equipped with an operator-controlled horn, whistle,carrying capacity indicated shall not be exceeded. The user shall see that all warning devices are in place and in 5. When utilizing lifting equipment such as elevators, cranes, ship hoisting gear, etc.
If a rough terrain forklift truck must be used 5. Standard; 5. The user shall ensure that operators are knowledgeable m before elevating personnel, area shall be marked of, and observe, the safety rules and practices in paras. The program should be presented completely to all new operators o keep hands and feet clear of controls other than and not be condensed for those claiming previousthose in use; experience. Explain how they work when used properlycapacity at the related load center position as indicated and problems when used improperly.
Use ofrailings, planks, ladders, etc. Personnel shall not climbon any part of the rough terrain forklift truck inattempting to enter and exit.
Do not drive a rough terrain forklift truck up to anyone standing in6. Exercise particular care during backing and other operations where pedestrians may 6. The operator shall develop safe working habits whether empty or loaded. The passenger shall: a remain seated at all times except when entering 6.
Do not put any part b place directional controls in neutral;of the body outside the operator compartment of the c apply the parking brake;rough terrain forklift truck.
If the lock is engaged when turning, there 6. Maintain a safe distance, based on speeddesigned and equipped for that operation.
Care should be exercised when device s at cross aisles and other locations whereengaging the door-opening device with the railroad car vision is obstructed. Do not park closer than 6 ft 1. The rough terrain forklift truck shall nearest rail of a railroad track. Whenever a railroad 6. Do not elevate the c Handle loads exceeding the dimensions used toload except during stacking. Stability and maneuverability may be adversely 6.
Operate rough terrain forklift trucks equipped with attachments as partially loaded 6.
SNZ NZS/ANSI/ITSDF B56.1
Only minor editorial changes were made. The interpretations are not part of this edition or of the Standard itself. It is expected, however, that the Standard will find a major application in industry, If adopted for governmental use, the references to serving as a guide to manufacturers, purchasers, and users of other national codes and standards in the specific the equipment. Nonpowered Industrial Trucks have been divided into The use of powered and nonpowered industrial separate volumes: trucks is subject to certain hazards that cannot be completely eliminated by mechanical means, but the Safety Standards risks can be minimized by the exercise of intelligence, care, and common sense. It is therefore essential to B
What You Need to Know About the ANSI/ITSDF B56.6 Revision
As this standard is also referenced in the Canadian standard CSA B, effectively this revision affects all North American manufacturers, owners, users and operators of Rough Terrain Forklifts. Some of the major changes for users are: Only use platforms if approved by forklift manufacturer. Do not exceed the load capacity chart or the capacity shown on the information plate. More user and operator requirements for platforms equipped with controls. Means of communication between the platform occupant and the forklift operator. Fall arrest may be required. Section 6.