The AMC Minneapolis crane is one of several in the Minneapolis area that can lift heavy equipment.
It can lift up to 30 tons of steel and other heavy materials and haul them up ramps at the top of a lift.
It’s also used to tow equipment in the metro area and in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Here’s what you need the first time you see it. 1.
How do I know if the crane is working?
The crane is usually parked behind a truck or trailer that can drive the load.
A sign indicates the location, but the actual location is determined by the operator’s location and a crane operator’s orientation.
If the operator is not in the same area, it can be difficult to see the operator in the crane and know if it is actually in operation.
When will the crane be operating again?
The AMCC has a schedule for the next several weeks.
The operator is scheduled to return to the scene of the accident at 9 a.m.
Monday, June 13, 2017.
The next schedule call will be at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, June 14, 2017, or Wednesday, June 15, 2017 (the operator will have to return before that time).
What can I do to prevent another accident?
If you witness a crane collapse, contact the Minneapolis Fire Department.
If there is a structure in the path of the crane, call 911 or other local emergency service.
Can I use a ladder or tow car to lift my equipment?
The operators are instructed to remove equipment in a controlled manner before moving to a lift, and the operators are not allowed to use the crane to lift any items that are moving or may be moving.
The operators must maintain control over the crane before removing equipment.
The crane operators must remain in the area to ensure the safety of others and ensure that the lift is clear of debris.
How many people can be working with the crane?
The operator will be responsible for the safety and well-being of the workers and guests in the facility.
If more than three people are working, they must work independently.
How long can I stay?
The workers can stay until the crane operator returns.
The worker can return to work when they are able to.
The lift operator can return after the worker has returned.
Can a person use the lift to get out of the building?
If an operator is injured, the operator will return to duty.
What happens if there is an accident?
Anyone who is injured during the lift operation must remain at the scene and await a call from an operator.
The employee will be treated in the workplace.
How can I report a crane incident?
You can call the Minneapolis EMS at (612) 762-3255 or call the local EMS service at (972) 559-2300.
The city of Minneapolis has a website that lists local emergency medical services that are available.
It has a map showing the nearest emergency medical facility for an accident.
If you have an injury, the worker can be treated at a nearby hospital.
What should I do if I have questions about a crane accident?
If it’s an accident involving more than one worker, contact a firefighter or other emergency services personnel.
If they are not able to reach an operator, they will call 911.
When they are calling for an operator to come out of a building, they can make a report to the city EMS.
If a crane is involved, contact AMCC.
What if there are more accidents?
The Minneapolis EMS can be reached at (800) 829-2700.
If additional crane accidents are reported, the city of Minnesota will investigate.
What are the symptoms of a crane crash?
Symptoms of a collapse of a large crane can include: An increase in noise and vibrations that can be heard for hours, even days, or even hours in some cases