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Similarities between the seven-point inspection method and the ten-point inspection method
1. The same goal
The seven-point inspection method for containers is derived from the requirements of GSV anti-terrorism certification, and the ultimate goal is to help enterprises achieve trade security.
The ten-point inspection method starts from the safety of enterprise transportation means, and the implementation of the object includes all transportation means except containers and box trucks, and the purpose is also to ensure the safety of transportation means and finally realize trade security.
2. Partial overlap of content
The seven-point inspection method, as the name suggests, is divided into seven points: front wall, left side, right side, floor, top, inner/outer doors, and exterior/landing gear.
The seven-point inspection method is mainly for containers or box trucks, with a focus on the inspection of the box and the location of some parts of the vehicle.
The ten-point inspection method is for all transport vehicles and is divided into ten points: fifth wheel area inspection of natural compartment/underbody guard, exterior - front/side, front wall, left side, right side, floor (bottom), top, inner/outer doors, exterior/landing gear, and rear - bumper.
The ten-point inspection method and the seven-point inspection method overlap in content, and the difference is that the points to be inspected are of course different depending on the transport vehicle.
3. Implementation process is similar
Seven-point inspection method is the implementation method in the enterprise container management system, should be one of the steps of the container management process.
Ten-point inspection method is the implementation method in the enterprise transport safety management system, and the two have similarities in actual operation.
Both use similar tools, including: flashlight, hammer (refrigerated containers available rubber hammer), calipers, forms, etc..
The process of implementation is similar, the steps are: part-by-part inspection - check the correct method - form registration - record keeping.
The difference between the seven-point inspection method and the ten-point inspection method
1. The two methods apply to different objects
As mentioned before, the seven-point inspection method is mainly applicable to container or box truck enterprises, if there is no container or box truck transport, then this certification standard does not apply.
And ten-point inspection method is for all means of transport (in addition to containers or box trucks of other types), must be covered in the enterprise transport safety management system documents.
2. The two methods belong to different system board
The seven-point inspection method is applicable to containers or box trucks, and is part of the enterprise container management system.
Ten-point inspection method is the inspection method used in the enterprise transport safety management system documents, the two are independent and complementary to each other.
3. There are differences in the specific contents of the two methods
Seven-point inspection method
1. Front wall
Confirm that the inner baffle block is visible and that the front wall is composed of crumpled material, with or without oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust and other phenomena.
Measuring the length of the inner side of the cabinet and comparing the standard size of the container body for any abnormalities.
View the exhaust holes visible, not blocked by foreign objects; knock the front cabinet wall with tools to confirm that there is a hollow sound.
2. Left side
View the structural beam for abnormal repair, oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust and other phenomena.
To see if there are visible repairs on the inner and outer walls.
Tap the cabinet wall with a tool to confirm a hollow sound.
3. Right side
View structural beams for abnormal repairs, oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust, etc.
To check whether there are visible repairs on the inner and outer walls.
Tap the cabinet wall with a tool to confirm a hollow sound.
Measuring the height of the floor to the inside of the ceiling and comparing the dimensions of the standard container body to see if there are any abnormalities.
Confirming whether the floor is flat and free of high and low undulations.
Check whether the floor has abnormal repair, oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust and other phenomena.
Check whether the top of the box is slightly lower or level with the corner square.
To see that the exhaust holes are visible and not blocked by foreign objects.
View the ceiling for abnormal repair, oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust, etc..
Knock on the ceiling with tools to confirm the sound of hollow.
6. Inner/outer doors
Check whether the cabinet door has a solid and reliable door locking device.
Checking whether the style and color of willow nails are consistent.
Confirming whether there is any abnormality on the padlock device or at the hole.
Have no oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust, etc.
7. exterior/landing gear.
Visually inspect the bottom support beam of the container for integrity and absence of other external binding space.
To see if the external restoration can be observed from the inside, with or without oil, rust, light transmission, odor, dust, etc.
Tap the exterior and bottom with tools to confirm the sound of hollowness.
Ten-point inspection method
1. Fifth round area.
Check whether the natural compartment/underbody guard is intact without abnormality.
2. Exterior: front/side
Inspect the surface of the compartment for damage.
If the surface is found to have bends, dents, creases, scrapes and other marks, then close attention should be paid to the vicinity of these damages, to try to find out where the breaks are, and the inside of that damage should also be inspected especially carefully.
3. Front wall
Determine that the internal corner blocks are visible and error-free and that the front wall is made of creased material.
Measuring the internal dimensions of the container with a ruler.
Confirming that the exhaust ports are visible and not blocked by foreign objects.
Tap it with a tool to confirm that there is an empty echo.
4. Left side
Check the crossbeam for abnormal repair
Check the repair of the inner and outer parts of the sidewalls that are all visible
Tap it with a tool and confirm that there is an empty echo.
Viewing the crossbeam's abnormal view of the crossbeam's abnormal repair.
Viewing the repair of the inner and outer parts of the sidewalls both visible.
Tap it with a tool to confirm that there is a null echo.
6. Floor (bottom)
Measuring the height from the bottom to the top.
Confirm that the bottom is level and that all heights are the same and that there can be no differences in height.
Check for abnormal repairs.
The shape of the top cannot be made to lean inward or outward, making sure it is consistent.
Check the top of the block on the corner and the distance from the top. Under normal circumstances, the top one should be slightly lower or flush with the top of the corner block.
Confirm that the exhaust ports are visible and not blocked by foreign objects.
Check the inside and outside of the inner and outer tops for abnormal repairs.
8. Inner and outer door
Ensure the reliability, safety of the door closing system.
view the type color of rivets, the color should all be consistent and no oil around the nails.
Ensure that there are no solid foreign objects at each hole.
9. Exterior/Landing gear
Inspect the chassis and appearance of the cabinets before entering the factory for installation.
inspect the chassis with a mirror to ensure that all support beams are visible and that nothing external to it is fastened to the landing gear.
View the externally visible fixes on the inside of the box.
10. Tail section - bumper
Check for completeness and absence of abnormalities.
that the oil seals are sealed intact, without risk of falling off and breaking, and without oil around them.
Whether there are other spare tools: tighteners, dry powder fire extinguishers, parking emergency warning signs, etc.
From the content, we can see that the ten-point inspection method is more detailed than the seven-point inspection method, and more parts of the transport vehicle are viewed.
Overall, these two ways to complement each other, are indispensable.