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  • Location / Site

  • Prepared by

  • Conducted on

Crane Works

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  • CraneSafe registration current (green sticker)

  • Exclusion zone erected around slew area.

  • Outriggers fully extended on timber support.

  • Adequate ground bearing support / level surface clear of excavations.

  • Daily checklist completed / safety devices checked.

  • Crane operators / Riggers communication methods clear.

  • Precautions for lifting overhead in place and known.

  • Daily inspection / Maintenance Logbooks completed by operator.

  • Operators Manual in crane.

  • Lift Log and or evaluation completed by operator

  • Chains removed / secured when travelling

  • Rigger / Dogman carrying out spotters duties as required eg interface with moving load & personnel.

  • Mancage permit in place & complied with if being used

Lifting Equipment

  • All lifting equipment recorded on a register

  • Safe working loads marked on all lifting equipment

  • Current quarterly inspection tag or colour displayed

  • Equipment stored appropriately

  • Lifting Equipment has been inspected prior to use and is in good condition

  • Soft Slings adequately protected ie, packing

  • Tag lines used on all loads

  • Lifting equipment used correctly (e.g. Incorrect application - chain blocks back hooked)

  • SWMS reflects tasks

  • Person(s) qualified to use equipment (dogman, basic. Intermediate, advanced rigging ticket attained)

  • PPE correct for task

  • Are materials to be lifted correctly stored (gluts, pallets etc.)

  • Round soft slings not used as head slings or temporary support of pipes etc.

  • Round soft slings not used for lifting other than pipework

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