Job Safety Analysis

  • Work Permit Number

  • Working at heights

  • Work method to be put in place.

  • Working at heights permit number

  • Harness to be worn when required

  • Working on or near live electrical power

  • Controls to be used for electrical work

  • Please outline your work procedure

  • Traffic and or staff in the work area.

  • actions to take place

Hoist Details

Hoist Details

  • Crane identification number

  • MRC Maximum Rated Capacity WLL Working Load Limit

  • Visitor pass number

  • Time on site

  • Job number

  • Hour meter reading

  • Date of Manufacture

  • Photo of the hoist

  • Any other comments

  • Any delays in gaining access to the site

Hoist

HOIST

  • Type of hoist

  • Hook and safety catch

  • Continuous Chain

  • Couplings

  • Mountings

  • Hook and safety catch

  • Working height limit switches

  • Working height limit switch Adjustment

  • Load limit device

  • This crane will require a load limit monitoring device to be fitted for the long term compliance with the Australian Standards.

  • Hoist motors

  • Air gap

  • Couplings

  • Transmission is free from noise and vibration

  • Gear box is free from Oil leaks

  • Gearbox Oil level

  • Mountings

  • Wire Rope condition

  • Wire Rope Guide condition

  • Wire rope drum is free from any backlash play.

  • Hook and safety catch

  • Wire Rope Anchor

  • Sheave radius and condition

  • Working height limit switches

  • Working height limit switch Adjustment

  • Load limit device

  • This crane will require a load limit monitoring device to be fitted for the long term compliance with the Australian Standards.

  • Hoist motors

  • Air gap

  • Couplings

  • Transmission is free from noise and vibration

  • Gear box is free from Oil leaks

  • Gearbox Oil level

  • Mountings

  • Overall visual condition10=Good.1=Bad

Cross travel

CROSS TRAVEL

  • Cross travel wheels

  • Overall wear condition.10=good.1=bad

  • Cross travel guide rollers

  • Transmission is free from noises and vibrations

  • Couplings

  • Gears and keyways

  • Cross travel Motors

  • Air gaps

  • Gear box is free from Oil leaks

  • Gearbox Oil level

  • Mountings

  • Cross travel buffers

  • Cross travel Limit switches and control sensors

Long travel

LONG TRAVEL DRIVES

  • Long travel wheels

  • Transmission is free from noises and vibrations

  • Wear condition. 10=good.1=bad

  • Couplings

  • Gears and keyways

  • Motors

  • Air gap

  • All gear boxes free of Oil leaks

  • Gearbox Oil level

  • Mountings

  • Long travel buffers

  • Limit switches and control sensors

Electrical

ELECTRICAL

  • Collectors

  • Collector shoe condition.10=good.1=bad

  • Busbar

  • Busbar signage

  • Control box condition

  • Control box

  • Contactors and control electrics

  • Cables and catenary

  • Pendant / radio TX

  • Pendant strainer

  • Isolators

  • Isolator signage

  • Tow arm and trolleys

Structure

Structure

  • Runway rail condition

  • Rail fastener system

  • Fasteners tight and sound

  • Wear on rail

  • Rail joints are smooth and correct for the rated duty cycle.

  • Wear on billet rail

  • welds are in good condition

  • Rail joints are smooth and correct for the rated duty cycle.

  • Wear on rail

  • J hooks tight

  • Double nuts are fitted and fastened

  • Any J bolts missing or bent up?

  • Rail joints are smooth and correct for the rated duty cycle.

  • Building structure safe and sound

  • Building design

  • Year of Manufacture or when the last major inspection was completed

  • The Hoist is over 10 years old or it has exceeded its design service life.

  • The following is an extract taken from the Australian Standards. 1418. This crane is now outside of the Australian standards and should be tagged out until remedial action can be performed that meets the below standard 7.4 ASSESSMENT FOR SUITABILITY FOR CONTINUED SAFE USE 7.4.1 Assessment for continued safe operation Cranes that have reached the end of their design life shall be assessed to ensure their suitability for continued use. Where the design life is unknown, this assessment should be carried out at 10-year intervals for the mechanical components and at 25-year intervals for the structure. The assessment shall also be undertaken where maintenance records indicate repeated failures of any critical component or where the crane has been subjected to an overload greater than 10% of the safe working load for either or both the structure and hoist.

  • Is the crane in suitable condition to return into operation safely until remedial works can be performed

  • Crane has been removed from service and is now TAG OUT.

  • Is the crane looking and performing in a manner that is suitable for a return into continued service until the required remedial works are scheduled and or conducted.

  • Returned into active service...BUT a revision of all crane operations and past life history is to be conducted and a major inspection program is to be scheduled.

  • Crane has been removed from service and is now TAG OUT.

  • Please note that the design service life of a Crane is a Maximum of 10 years from the date of first service, regardless of the frequency of use. This time frame will only reduce with heavy loads and frequent use.

  • Is any of the Crane structure over 25 years old?

  • A Crane Gantry has a maximum of 25 year life span. After this time period the crane must be removed from service and be fully dismantled and internally inspected, all worn items wear items and fatigue points are to be replaced, repaired or modified to meet the latest edition of the Australian Standards covering that type of crane or just sold as scrap steel.
    This CRANE HAS BEEN TAGGED OUT and must not be used until remedial works have been completed.

    7.4 ASSESSMENT FOR SUITABILITY FOR CONTINUED SAFE USE

    7.4.1 Assessment for continued safe operation
    Cranes that have reached the end of their design life shall be assessed to ensure their suitability for continued use. Where the design life is unknown, this assessment should be carried out at 10-year intervals for the mechanical components and at 25-year intervals for the structure.

General Items

GENERAL ITEMS

  • Signage general

  • Compass signage

  • Crane free from deformations and damage.

  • Crow's nest / service access

  • Access ladder condition

  • Any comments

  • Any sketch that may help.

  • Crane suitable for continued use until the next service.

  • This crane is to be tag out of use until repairs are made

  • Any items that will require attention before the next service

  • Highlighted items for urgent repair.

  • Service Tech

  • Inspection technician to sign. All work has been done to comply with the relevant Australian Standards.

  • Time off site

  • Next routine inspection and service due

  • Pic of the Service docket

  • Customer to sign

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