Kee Walk Step-Overs Instructions for Use Manual - 20 Pages

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Kee Walk Step Over Instructions for Use Manual

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Contents CONTENTS    PAGE Safeguarding the Instruction For Use Manual    1 Modifications to The Kee Walk® Step Over System    1 Definition of Authorised Person    1 Definition of Trained Person    1 Use in Accordance with Regulations    1 Operators Duty of Care    2 Basic Safety Instructions    3 Checking the Step Over System's Components    4 Platforms for the Major Roof Types    7 Assembling the Step Over    9 Finished Step Over    14 Kee Walk Step Over System Recertification    15

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Introduction 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Validity These Instructions for Use apply to the following product: Type: Kee Walk® Step Over System Model Year: 2017 1.2 Authorised Agent Kee Safety Limited Cradley Business Park Overend Road Cradley Heath B64 7DW Tel: +44 (0) 1384 632188 E-Mail: sales@keesafety.com Internet: www.keesafety.co.uk 1.3 Compatibility A Kee Walk® Step Over system is designed to provide a safe means of access up and over obstructions present in a designated walkway as part of a safe roof access system or as a standalone item used internally (I.e warehousing) when access is required....

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When operating the system externally care is necessary when the wind speed is in the region of 17m.p.h. (gusting to 26 m.p.h. or over). All operations being carried out in the vicinity of the Walkway system should cease when the average (mean) wind speed reaches 23 m.p.h. (gusting to 35 m.p.h. or over). The installed surface must be free from algae, stones, oil, grease, water accumulation and loose debris. 1.14 Incorrect Use The following points are classed as misuse: Use of the Walkway system if one of the conditions specified under “intended use“ is not met. Failure to observe the weights and...

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2. BASIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Basic safety instructions for the safe handling of the Kee Walk® Step Over system can be found here. DANGER TO LIFE! It is imperative that you follow these safety instructions to avoid endangering your life and For Your Safety Possible Danger DANGER TO LIFE! There is a risk of the construction personnel falling during assembly or when carrying out repairs. Explanation: Inadequate or insufficient safety measures or errors during the assembly of the Step Over system can lead to falls resulting in severe/fatal injuries. DANGER TO LIFE! There is a risk of the Step Over...

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Checking the Step Over System’s Components 3. Designation and function of the components for standard systems The Step Over system consists of the following pre-assembled modules & individual components. The exact number of individual components depends on the length and construction of the step over system. All fittings are cast from malleable cast iron to BS EN 1562 and galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461 and full part numbers for reference are detailed below. Aluminium toeboard is 6062-T6 grade. Note: A complete list of all parts and details on the total weight of the Step Over system is provided...

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Checking the Step Over System’s Components A Weighted foot assembly Bridge module guardrails Front guardrail upright Step module guardrails Back upright assembly Stair tread assembly

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Checking the Step Over System’s Components Exploded view of system layout and location of components and sub-assemblies:

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Platforms for the Major Roof Types The Kee Safety Step Over modules are available to suit all major roof types The Step Over range consists of a number of different configurations to suit the major flat roof types. Membrane and concrete roof type platforms are standard units whereas metal profile roofs are bespoke to the particular application requiring a survey and semi-bespoke base plate layout design. This will ensure a perfect fit and other height/width/length variables can be accommodated as a bespoke solution - contact Kee Safety for further information. Where access is limited on a roof,...

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5. Installation should only be carried out once the design has been verified in the Step Over Configurator and the installer has been fully trained by Kee Safety. Tool list: _    Ratchet _ Hex Key Socket Screw sized 5/16”AF _    Torque wrench 10-60Nm _    Electric/battery drill _    Electric/battery impact driver U Selection of drill bits - including 8.5mm diameter bit _    Tape Measure U    Full metric socket set _    Fell set metric spanners U Full set of metric Allen keys U    Full set of imperial Allen    keys _    Copper/Rubber mallet _    Rags and cleaning fluid STEP 1 Assembling back leg...

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Assembling the Step Over STEP 2 - Repeat Step 1 for other side of stair case Repeating of step 1 enables the other side of the uprights to be built, which in turn allows the next phase of the build to commence. Inserting bridge subframe tubes into uprights at obstruction Repeating all sub sets of step 1 to build other side of platform uprights STEP 3 Inserting bridge subframe tubes into uprights at obstruction and securing walkway STEP 2 STEP 3 - Assemble bridge module and guardrail onto rear leg uprights Take the bridge platform subassembly (Part F) framework and insert into the 326 fitting present...

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Assembling the Step Over STEP 4 - Stair Case assembly Take the stair tread assembly module (Part H) to the area in which it is to be installed, and collect the 440 weights, cross tubes and relevant fittings (Part A). STEP 5 - Stair Case assembly Locate upper tube from staircase and brace tube in the correct orientation to meet the corresponding tube sockets in the lower 29-7 and upper 326-7 Fitting. Insert the lower weight cross tube into the lower 10-7 fittings sliding from left to right; space the tube such that an equal overhang exists both sides And tighten grub screws on 10-7’s to 39Nm. Starting...

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Assembling the Step Over STEP 6 - Assemble the remaining handrails and toeboard Take the forward assembled uprights (Part B) and insert into the 29-7 fitting present on the stair assembly and loosely tighten the fittings. STEP 7 – Fitting toe board. Locate toe board (Part E) inboard of bridge platform and pick the TBFP1 fixing packs and TB3-7 toe-board fixing clamps. Starting on one side, insert the two inclined hand rails (Part C) into the 326-7 fittings present on the rear upright, and manoeuvring the front upright forward insert both rails in the 29-7 and the 55-7 fittings, move the upright...

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