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0. Quick reference: the ten most important commandments for cargo securing
1. General
Purpose of the guidelines
Need for cargo securing
1.3.1. Mass and weight
1.3.2. Centre of Gravity
1.3.3. Acceleration forces exerted by the cargo
1.3.4. Sliding
1.3.5. Tilting and Tipping
1.3.6. Rigidity of the cargo
1.3.7. Load distribution
1.3.8. Choice of vehicle and loading of the vehicle
1.3.9. Multimodal Transport Operations
1.3.10. Training on Cargo Securing
2. Vehicle body structure and equipment suitable for blocking on vehicles
Open side type (cover/stake body or tilt trailer types)
ISO-Containers (ISO 1496-1)
2.9.1. End walls
2.9.2. Sidewalls
2.9.3. Attachment- and lashing points
3. Restraining Methods
3.1.1. Blocking with filler
3.1.2. Threshold blocking and panel blocking
3.1.3. Blocking between rows within a cargo section
3.1.4. Wooden battens nailed to the load platform
3.1.5. Wedges and wedge beds
Attaching rails for booms and lashings in sidewalls
Combination of restraining methods
Supporting equipment
Steel or plastic band straps
Wear protectors for synthetic webbing straps
4. Calculating the number of lashings
5. Inspection during drive / Multidrop operations
6. Standardised or semi-standardised cargo (geometrical forms)
Rolls, Drums or Cylindrical Loads
Pallets and Wheel Pallets
Coiled Wire, Rods or Bars
Large Units and Castings
7. Requirements for some specific loads
7.2.1. Sawn Timber
7.2.2. Round Timber
7.2.3. Whole Trees
Large containers or large and heavy packages
Swap bodies without container locks
Stowage of Goods in Containers
Panels stowed on flat platform with A-trestles
Engineering Plant / Construction equipment / mobile machinery
Transport of cars, vans and small trailers
Carriage of Small Quantities of Plate Glass, Frames etc
8. Annexes
Load distribution guidance
Objectives and conditions
Using the load distribution plan
Dynamic friction table
Maximum closure force per nail and allowed charge for tag washers
Maximum closure force per nail
Allowed charge for tag washers
Lashing capacity of chains
Lashing capacity (LC) of wire ropes
8.6. QUICK LASHING GUIDE based on the IMO/ILO/UNECE method
8.6.1. QUICK LASHING GUIDE
8.7 QUICK LASHING GUIDE based on STANDARD EN12195-1
8.8. Blocking of cargo against cover stake superstructure
8.9. Securing of steel products and of packaging for chemicals
8.9.1. Steel products
8.10 Planning
8.10.1 Choice of route and transport mode
8.10.2 Cargo transport planning
8.10.3 Choice of cargo transport unit (CTU)
8.10.5 CTU Cargo securing manual
8.10.7 Inspection of CTUs
8.11 Acceleration and deceleration forces
8.12 List of abbreviations and acronyms
8.13 Literature overview and references
8.14 Index
8.16 Acknowledgements
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Cargo Securing Guidelines En

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