Title Page

  • Site conducted

  • Conducted on

  • Classified inspector

  • Location
  • Company

  • Company representative

  • Equipment ID

  • Type/model

  • Capacity

  • Design registration number


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Documents Requirements

  • Is the design registration number marked on the crane

  • Evidence of design registration copied

  • Manufacturers load test certificate copied

  • Last Inspection date

  • Next Inspection date

  • Estimated on site duration

  • Pre start book available and up to date

  • Maintenance/service book available and up to date

  • Evidence of any non compliance or fault listed in all books have been rectified

  • Operators manual is kept at the plant

  • Serial Numbers and Design Registration Numbers are the same on the plant as they are on the Inspection Report, Test Certificate and Design Registration documents.

  • Check all Lifting Attachments and ensure they are all tagged with a current tag (e.g. Chains, Slings etc).

  • Collect the suppliers Test and Inspection Certificates for the Lifting Attachments which will be used on the job.

  • The Site Access Approval Checklist – Slewing Crane – Non Slewing Crane has been completed by the Appointed Person.

  • Check that the operator (wet hire) has the appropriate High Risk Work Licence and obtain a copy of the Licence, if dry hire don’t fill in this point.

Equipment inspection

  • Is the machine rated capacity (MRC), or working load limit (WLL) clearly identified and marked on all relevant lifting equipment.

  • Are all lifting equipment identifiable with a unique identity code or number (excluding shackles) and inspected at a documented, specified frequency;

  • Are all lifting hooks (except for grab and chain shortening hooks) fitted with a safety latch to prevent the load from accidentally detaching, unless otherwise specified in a risk assessment approved by the Senior Site Official;

  • Are all rigging connections and lifting equipment in a safe condition for use;

  • Do lifting points have a MRC/WLL rating or an identifier aligned to a site register. Lifting points without a rating must have a risk assessment outlining how the load is to be lifted which is approved by the supervisor;

  • Are all personnel involved in lifting activities competent to do so, dogman and riggers shall hold a current nationally recognised High-Risk Work Licence;

  • Exclusion zone must be established covering the entire working area;

  • Are all cranes subject to a documented pre-operation inspection;

  • All cranes over 10-ton , the operator must have a CV high risk licence and be entered into the classified plant book.

  • How old is crane, all crane have 10 year life.

  • Must be inspected every 2 years

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