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The information provided in this course is guidance only and should not be relied upon for legal purposes.
Section 111(1) Heavy Vehicle National Law only extends to a person who drives a heavy vehicle and does not extend to a person who permits another person to drive a heavy vehicle.
The Load Restraint Guide 2018 includes important foundational information about load restraint, including why you need to restrain your load, what your legal obligations are, load restraint methods, and key elements that make up a load restraint system.
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Smooth steel on smooth steel provides a high friction load environment.
Smooth steel on rubber load mat provides a high friction load environment.
A lashing tie-down at an angle of 15° provides a more effective restraint compared with a lashing tie-down at an angle of 90°.
According to the Load Restraint Guide 2018, a load positioned within 200mm from a headboard is generally considered blocked.
Which statement is true?
It’s research time!
Using the tie-down tables at the back of the Load Restraint Guide 2018, test your skills and determine approximately how much weight the lashing in the photo can secure.
The facts are the following —
See page 270 of the Load Restraint Guide 2018.
The Load Restraint Guide 2018 does not provide guidance on the friction coefficient of concrete on timber; thus, it may be unwise to assume a high friction coefficient and much safer to assign a medium friction coefficient for the purpose of calculating tie-down effectiveness.