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Loading and Securing Paper Rolls with Eyes Vertical (Continued)

Requirements for friction mats

If a friction mat is used to provide the principal securement for a paper roll, insert the friction mat so that it sticks out from beneath the footprint of the roll in the direction in which it is providing securement.

Requirements for split loads

Situation

A paper roll in a split load is not prevented from forward movement by the vehicle structure or other cargo.

Solution

Prevent forward movement by one of these methods.

  • Friction mats
  • Filling the open space
  • Blocking
  • Bracing
  • Tie-downs
  • Some combination of these
Stacked Loads
  • Load paper rolls on a second layer only if the bottom layer extends to the front of the vehicle.
  • Prevent forward, rearward, or side-to-side movement:
    • Either by the same means required for the bottom layer
    • Or by the use of a blocking roll from a lower layer.
  • A roll in the rearmost row of any layer must not be raised using dunnage.

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Question #736 (1 of 2)

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When securing paper rolls with friction mats as a primary method:

  • The friction mat should stick out from underneath the roll in the direction it is providing securement.
  • All of these answers.
  • The friction mat should stick out from underneath the roll in the opposite direction for which it is providing securement.
  • Make sure friction mats are completely covered by the roll.
Requirements for friction mats

If a friction mat is used to provide the principal securement for a paper roll, insert the friction mat so that it sticks out from beneath the footprint of the roll in the direction in which it is providing securement.

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If loading and securing paper rolls on a second layer:

  • Make sure heavier rolls are on top.
  • Be sure the bottom layer extends to the front of the vehicle.
  • Lay the second layer horizontally.
  • Stack the second layer at the back.
Stacked Loads
  • Load paper rolls on a second layer only if the bottom layer extends to the front of the vehicle.
  • Prevent forward, rearward, or side-to-side movement:
    • Either by the same means required for the bottom layer
    • Or by the use of a blocking roll from a lower layer.
  • A roll in the rearmost row of any layer must not be raised using dunnage.
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