Line 1

TOP to BOTTOM line inspections : (if any point fails, unless URGENT add to maintenance chat)

TOP of line 1:

  • Anchor Rods: Shake, listen for rattling or feeling of any looseness (indicates loose bolt)

  • Indicate which bolt, where

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, and cable connection points

  • Cables: Look for damage, duress, fraying, corrosion, trees or branches on lines

  • Cable Tension: Look for slack cables (indicates nonequalization)

  • Uneven tensions

  • Platform: Ensure structural integrity and cleanliness (no structural deformities or tripping hazards etc.)

Launchers: Are tensioned, retracts well and all bolts are present and secure

  • Adequately tensioned (reset into a horizontal position on their own)

  • Photo required

Place Restraint lanyards onto restraint cable:

  • Ensuring Maillons are facing away from the deck, gravity loaded and tight (green, orange, green), Clip to gate or deck to avoid damage

Place Trolley Tethers:

  • Place behind launcher (larksfoot attatchment)

BOTTOM of line:

Break Blocks:

  • Bump stops: secure and not spinning, cracks (no bigger than 2cm)

  • Indicate which bumper, where

  • Wear blocks: running smoothly and wear is no less than 2mm from the edge of the break block

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Nuts & bolts: secure, and not spinning

  • Indicate where

  • Shackle Tight

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Redirection line: attachment is secure, knots are secure and line is in good condition,

  • Show wear

Redirection line:

  • Maintains tension

  • If No, upload photo

  • Attachment points are secure and knots are tight

  • Pulleys running smoothly

  • If No, indicate which pulley you think might not be working

  • 3:1 system - 3 clear lines, not caught on anything, tangled etc

  • Attached Maillons and webbings secure and in good condition

Springs:

  • Springs all secured together

  • Spring pads secured to springs

  • Spring bank reset

  • Add media

End of Cable Cone: assess the resin within the cone to ensure cable security

  • Cable fibers visible or poking out of resin is what we are looking for, If there is fiber retraction within the resin, sunken pockets this indicates cable slippage

  • Add media

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, cable clamps, and cable connection points

Structure:

  • Check anchor bolts for tightness

Zip Stop:

  • Container: for damage, loose fittings, pins are secure and nuts holding zipstop to structure are tight

  • Webbing: Pull out in it's entirety, check both sides for wear, tear, fuzziness, loose threads etc

  • Add media

FINAL CHECK (Photo) BEFORE YOU WALK AWAY FROM THE BASE OF LINE 1

  • ENSURE decks are clear, ladder is stored, breaks are reset, redirection line is not crossed, tangled or wrapped around the cable, springs are reset

Line 2

TOP of line 2:

  • Structure: Check anchor bolts for tightness

  • Please state why

  • Anchor Rods: Shake, listen for rattling or feeling of any looseness (indicates loose bolt)

  • Indicate which bolt, where

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, and cable connection points

  • Cables: Look for damage, duress, fraying, corrosion, trees or branches on lines

  • Cable Tension: Look for slack cables (indicates nonequalization)

  • Uneven tensions

  • Platform: Ensure structural integrity and cleanliness (no structural deformities or tripping hazards etc.)

Launchers: Are tensioned, retracts well and all bolts are present and secure

  • Adequately tensioned (reset into a horizontal position on their own)

  • Photo required

Place Restraint lanyards onto restraint cable:

  • Ensuring Maillons are facing away from the deck, gravity loaded and tight (green, orange, green), Clip to gate or deck to avoid damage

Place Trolley Tethers:

  • Place behind launcher (larksfoot attatchment)

BOTTOM of line:

Break Blocks:

  • Bump stops: secure and not spinning, cracks (no bigger than 2cm)

  • Indicate which bumper, where

  • Wear blocks: running smoothly and wear is no less than 2mm from the edge of the break block

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Nuts & bolts: secure, and not spinning

  • Indicate where

  • Shackle Tight

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Redirection line: attachment is secure, knots are secure and line is in good condition,

  • Show wear

Redirection line:

  • Maintains tension

  • If No, upload photo

  • Attachment points are secure and knots are tight

  • Pulleys running smoothly

  • If No, indicate which pulley you think might not be working

  • 3:1 system - 3 clear lines, not caught on anything, tangled etc

  • Attached Maillons and webbings secure and in good condition

Springs:

  • Springs all secured together

  • Spring pads secured to springs

  • Spring bank reset

  • Add media

End of Cable Cone: assess the resin within the cone to ensure cable security

  • Cable fibers visible or poking out of resin is what we are looking for, If there is fiber retraction within the resin, sunken pockets this indicates cable slippage

  • Add media

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, cable clamps, and cable connection points

Structure:

  • Check anchor bolts for tightness

Zip Stop:

  • Container: for damage, loose fittings, pins are secure and nuts holding zipstop to structure are tight

  • Webbing: Pull out in it's entirety, check both sides for wear, tear, fuzziness, loose threads etc

  • Add media

FINAL CHECK (Photo) BEFORE YOU WALK AWAY FROM THE BASE OF LINE 2

  • ENSURE decks are clear, ladder is stored, breaks are reset, redirection line is not crossed, tangled or wrapped around the cable, springs are reset

Line 3

TOP of line 3:

  • Structure: Check anchor bolts for tightness

  • Please state why

  • Anchor Rods: Shake, listen for rattling or feeling of any looseness (indicates loose bolt)

  • Indicate which bolt, where

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, and cable connection points

  • Cables: Look for damage, duress, fraying, corrosion, trees or branches on lines

  • Cable Tension: Look for slack cables (indicates nonequalization)

  • Uneven tensions

  • Platform: Ensure structural integrity and cleanliness (no structural deformities or tripping hazards etc.)

Launchers: Are tensioned, retracts well and all bolts are present and secure

  • Adequately tensioned (reset into a horizontal position on their own)

  • Photo required

Place Restraint lanyards onto restraint cable:

  • Ensuring Maillons are facing away from the deck, gravity loaded and tight (green, orange, green), Clip to gate or deck to avoid damage

Place Trolley Tethers:

  • Place behind launcher (larksfoot attatchment)

BOTTOM of line:

Break Blocks:

  • Bump stops: secure and not spinning, cracks (no bigger than 2cm)

  • Indicate which bumper, where

  • Wear blocks: running smoothly and wear is no less than 2mm from the edge of the break block

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Nuts & bolts: secure, and not spinning

  • Indicate where

  • Shackle Tight

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Redirection line: attachment is secure, knots are secure and line is in good condition,

  • Show wear

Redirection line:

  • Maintains tension

  • If No, upload photo

  • Attachment points are secure and knots are tight

  • Pulleys running smoothly

  • If No, indicate which pulley you think might not be working

  • 3:1 system - 3 clear lines, not caught on anything, tangled etc

  • Attached Maillons and webbings secure and in good condition

Springs:

  • Springs all secured together

  • Spring pads secured to springs

  • Spring bank reset

  • Add media

End of Cable Cone: assess the resin within the cone to ensure cable security

  • Cable fibers visible or poking out of resin is what we are looking for, If there is fiber retraction within the resin, sunken pockets this indicates cable slippage

  • Add media

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, cable clamps, and cable connection points

Structure:

  • Check anchor bolts for tightness

Zip Stop:

  • Container: for damage, loose fittings, pins are secure and nuts holding zipstop to structure are tight

  • Webbing: Pull out in it's entirety, check both sides for wear, tear, fuzziness, loose threads etc

  • Add media

FINAL CHECK (Photo) BEFORE YOU WALK AWAY FROM THE BASE OF LINE 3

  • ENSURE decks are clear, ladder is stored, breaks are reset, redirection line is not crossed, tangled or wrapped around the cable, springs are reset

Line 4

TOP of line 4:

  • Structure: Check anchor bolts for tightness

  • Please state why

  • Anchor Rods: Shake, listen for rattling or feeling of any looseness (indicates loose bolt)

  • Indicate which bolt, where

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, and cable connection points

  • Cables: Look for damage, duress, fraying, corrosion, trees or branches on lines

  • Cable Tension: Look for slack cables (indicates nonequalization)

  • Uneven tensions

  • Platform: Ensure structural integrity and cleanliness (no structural deformities or tripping hazards etc.)

Launchers: Are tensioned, retracts well and all bolts are present and secure

  • Adequately tensioned (reset into a horizontal position on their own)

  • Photo required

Place Restraint lanyards onto restraint cable:

  • Ensuring Maillons are facing away from the deck, gravity loaded and tight (green, orange, green), Clip to gate or deck to avoid damage

Place Trolley Tethers:

  • Place behind launcher (larksfoot attatchment)

BOTTOM of line:

Break Blocks:

  • Bump stops: secure and not spinning, cracks (no bigger than 2cm)

  • Indicate which bumper, where

  • Wear blocks: running smoothly and wear is no less than 2mm from the edge of the break block

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Nuts & bolts: secure, and not spinning

  • Indicate where

  • Shackle Tight

  • Indicate Line + L/R

  • Redirection line: attachment is secure, knots are secure and line is in good condition,

  • Show wear

Redirection line:

  • Maintains tension

  • If No, upload photo

  • Attachment points are secure and knots are tight

  • Pulleys running smoothly

  • If No, indicate which pulley you think might not be working

  • 3:1 system - 3 clear lines, not caught on anything, tangled etc

  • Attached Maillons and webbings secure and in good condition

Springs:

  • Springs all secured together

  • Spring pads secured to springs

  • Spring bank reset

  • Add media

End of Cable Cone: assess the resin within the cone to ensure cable security

  • Cable fibers visible or poking out of resin is what we are looking for, If there is fiber retraction within the resin, sunken pockets this indicates cable slippage

  • Add media

  • Hardware: Check bolts, nuts, cotter pins, cable clamps, and cable connection points

Structure:

  • Check anchor bolts for tightness

Zip Stop:

  • Container: for damage, loose fittings, pins are secure and nuts holding zipstop to structure are tight

  • Webbing: Pull out in it's entirety, check both sides for wear, tear, fuzziness, loose threads etc

  • Add media

FINAL CHECK (Photo) BEFORE YOU WALK AWAY FROM THE BASE OF LINE 4

  • ENSURE decks are clear, ladder is stored, breaks are reset, redirection line is not crossed, tangled or wrapped around the cable, springs are reset

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