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During the carrying out of the lifting operation, hand signals and any voice instruction to the crane operator s should 77121-5 be given by one person at a time.
Therefore a more frequent inspection should be carried out that takes account of the frequency of use of the crane and the environmental conditions.
When left for long periods e. Overhead lines usually belong to the local electricity supplier or the National Grid company. It is also important that only components specified by the manufacturer are used in the climbing process. On some designs of climbing frame the cylinder s has sufficient stroke to lift the crane superstructure the distance required to insert a new tower section.
Such components should be hs to indicate this has taken place. The erection supervisor should be in close liaison with the site management and should carefully consider any comments or warnings that management, any members of the site team, or any other appropriate person or body make. NOTE 2 See for the duties of the appointed person in lifting operations. Crane wheels should not be used for earthing the crane.
The employer should ensure that if 77121-5 organization carries out the training 7121-55 is made aware of the sort of work which the trainee is likely to be doing. To avoid going outside these parameters arrangements should be put in place to deal with events such as, but not limited to, increase in wind speed, change of wind direction, gusting, electrical power failure, hydraulic and mechanical breakdown. If clamps are not supplied, adequate means should be adopted to achieve the same result.
Information on the background to the development and use of BS since the initial publication of BS in is given in Annex E.
When left for long periods e. Selection of these cranes should take into account that when removing components from a height the assisting crane is carrying the entire load with no opportunity for safely replacing it once the attachment pins have been removed. Work at Height Regulations In many circumstances the rescue plan simply involves lowering of the carrier by the supporting crane. In cases of repetitive or routine basic lifting operations, this planning might only be necessary in the first instance, with periodic reviews to ensure that no factors have changed.
It is essential the operator does not tamper with any controls, mechanisms or equipment, including limiting and indicating devices, either to enable the crane to function outside the operational range or loads specified by the crane manufacturer or other competent person, or to attempt to correct any suspected defect.
Also covers the appropriate selection and training of personnel involved in the safe installation and use of tower cranes. These ensure that all persons not directly concerned with climbing operation are excluded from the area at risk from falling objects.
There should be sufficient time for the instructor to demonstrate each part of the practical training and then for each trainee to practice the skills while also being able to learn from observing other trainees. BS has been updated by experts to bring it up to date with technological developments The BS series is currently being fully revised bbs meet industry best practice and to reflect changes in the application of risk-based planning to lifting operations.
They are equipped with a 71215- device to detect verticality.
BS – Code of practice for safe use of cranes. Tower cranes – BSI British Standards
If there is access by other people, e. Particular emphasis should be placed on contingency arrangements and those being briefed should be encouraged to ask questions and seek clarification on hs points on which they are not clear.
Centre of gravity It is essential that the centre of gravity of the load is known. These arrangements should take into account any parking restrictions both on site and in the surrounding area. BSBS Further b are contained in Cranes and planes — A guide to procedures for operation of cranes in vicinity of aerodromes .
Selection tests may 712-5 used as part of the process. NOTE The operator uses the information from the anemometer in making a judgement of safe operating windspeed depending on the size and nature of the load being lifted.
BS – Code of practice for safe use of cranes. Tower cranes (British Standard)
Procedure for post installation thorough examination report D. NOTEIf cranes are used to lift loads from water, the load could also include forces due to water flow or suction and the effect of loss of buoyancy. This reduces the overall height of the crane which can be important on congested sites and where adjacent cranes oversail. Where ballast blocks are used there should be a notice attached detailing the bz and weight of the blocks, and that the blocks should be adequately secured to prevent accidental displacement.
These procedures might range from simply retracting or folding the jib before leaving the crane out of service, to initial bss on a site and subsequent movements and distmantling. The hook is suspended from a trolley which moves along the jib to alter the hook radius. This should include adequate edge protection on working platforms or the use of fall protection Personal Protective Equipment PPE such as full body harnesses and shock absorbing lanyards.