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Abu Dhabi Specification ‫معايير أبوظبي الفنية‬

ADS 22/2018 2018/22 ‫م أ ف‬

Inspection of Lifting ‫التفتيش على معدات الرفع وملحقاتها‬


Equipment and Lifting
Equipment Accessories
Table of Contents
Sr. Content Page
1 Forward 4
2 Purpose 4
3 Scope 5
4 Definitions 5
5 Requirements 7
6 References 9
7 Appendices 10
Appendix A -
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Lists of lifting Equipment’s and Lifting Accessories
Appendix B –
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LEEA-060 Pictorial Guide to Standards Version 2 October 2017
Appendix C –
QCC LE01 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting Gears Safe ,
QCC LE02 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting Gears Unsafe & 81
QCC LE03 Certificate of Through Examination-Defect Report List V2
20-04-2016

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Amendment Page

To ensure that each copy of this ADS contains a complete record of amendments, the Amendment
Page is updated and issued with each set of revised/new pages of the document. This ADS is a
live document which can be amended when necessary. QCC operates Lifting Equipment and
Accessories Working Group which prepared this document and can review stakeholder
comments in order to review and amend this document, issuing an updated version when
necessary.

Amendment Discard Insert

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About the Abu Dhabi Quality & Conformity Council
The Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC) was established by law No. 3 of 2009,
issued by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE.

QCC is responsible for the development of Abu Dhabi Emirate’s Quality Infrastructure, which
enables industry and regulators to ensure that products, systems, and personnel can be tested and
certified to UAE and International Standards.

Products, Services, and Systems certified by the QCC may receive the Abu Dhabi Trustmark.
The Trustmark is designed to communicate that a product, service, or system conforms to
various safety and performance standards that are set by Abu Dhabi regulators.

1. Foreword
The Lifting Equipment and Accessories Working Group was established in October 2015 to
identify and consolidate all Emirate’s lifting equipment and accessories inspector’s requirements
to perform a lifting equipment and accessories inspection. In order to do so, the working group
examined various existing standards and technical regulations related to the subject. It is
intended also to prioritize the lifting equipment and accessories inspection operational and
planning standards topics to be studied and reviewed at the level of Abu Dhabi Emirate. Abu
Dhabi Specifications (ADS) is developed on subjects that have no clear specifications or local
legislation.

2. Purpose
The ADS for Lifting Equipment and Accessories Inspection is intended to achieve the following:
2.1 Contribution to the achievement of Abu Dhabi Vision.
2.2 Support the expansion of the industry to meet the emerging needs and requirements while
maintaining the best standards.
2.3 Facilitation and enhancement of audit/inspection standard.

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Acknowledgments
The QCC would like to thank the members of the working group listed below:
# Name Entity
1 Abdelhameed Salah ESMA
2 Ibrahim Khaled Ahmed DMAT
3 Belal Ktaish TÜV SUD MIDDLE EAST
4 John Ewing OSHAD
5 Omar Al Ashram OSHAD
6 Venkatesan C. V TÜV NORD MIDDLE EAST
7 Michael Chatfield TÜV NORD MIDDLE EAST
8 Abdelbaset Shokr Royal
9 Jagadeesan Elumalai BUREAU VERITAS
10 Kevin Crilly LEEA
11 Osama A. Melhem QCC

3. Scope

3.1 This regulation lays down standards for examination/inspection of lifting equipment and
associated accessories within Abu Dhabi. These are primarily addressed to all competent
local authorities, owners of lifting equipment, employers that use lifting equipment whether
hired or owned. This regulation does not cover passenger lifts, elevators or escalators used
in buildings. All concerned shall ensure compliance to the requirements of these standards.

3.2 These specifications are not substitutes for any other legislation issued in the UAE, and
the Inspection Bodies shall comply with the relevant UAE Federal and Abu Dhabi
legislations.

4. Definitions
Approval Body
Abu Dhabi Quality & Conformity Council.

Accredited Body
A body that issues credentials or certifies third parties against official standards and are
themselves formally accredited by accreditation bodies (such as UKAS); hence they are
sometimes known as "accredited certification bodies". The accreditation process ensures that
their certification practices are acceptable, typically meaning that they are competent to test and
certify third parties, behave ethically, and employ suitable quality assurance i.e. LEEA or
equivalent.

Inspection Body
An organization with sufficient competency to enable them to carry inspection and testing of
lifting equipment.
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Lifting Equipment
Lifting equipment is a generic term used throughout this code to indicate loosely all lifting
accessories, lifting gear and appliances.

Lifting Appliance
A lifting appliance is any machine which is able to raise, lower or suspend a load but excluding
machines incorporating a guided load (i.e. lifts & elevators) and continuous mechanical handling
devices (i.e. conveyors).

Lifting Accessory
The term lifting accessory, or accessory for lifting, is used in current legislation to mean an item
of equipment used to attach the load to the lifting appliance and generally covers equipment
previously referred to as lifting gear or lifting tackle.

Lifting Gear
Lifting gear is any item used to connect a load to a lifting machine or appliance, but which is not
in itself capable of providing any movement to lift or lower the load.
Lifting gear is in some circumstances known as lifting tackle and generally falls within the
definition of lifting accessories referred to in current legislation

Competent Person
For the purpose of thoroughly examining lifting equipment, the definition of a Competent Person
is a person having such practical and theoretical knowledge and experience of the equipment
which is to be thoroughly examined that will enable him/her to detect defects or weaknesses
which is the purpose of the examination to discover and assess their importance to the safety of
the equipment.
The Competent Person should have the maturity to seek such specialist advice and assistance as
may be required to enable him/her to make necessary judgements and be a sound judge of the
extent to which he/she can accept the supporting opinions of other specialists. He/she must be
able to certify with confidence whether it is free from patent defect and suitable in every way for
the duty for which the equipment is required. It is the view of the LEEA that competency can be
a corporate responsibility.
Thorough Examination
A thorough examination is a visual examination carried out by a Competent Person carefully and
critically and, where appropriate, supplemented by other means such as measurement and testing
to check whether the equipment is safe to use.

Notes:
(1) The meaning of this term has become broader because of LOLER and now encompasses any
testing appropriate for the purpose of the thorough examination. The term ‘testing’ includes,
for example, proof load testing, operational testing at lower loads and non-destructive testing.

(2) The period between thorough examinations must be established by management based on
statutory requirements for the equipment, severity of service conditions, nature of the lifts,
prior experience and the recommendation of the Competent Person. In no case must the
period between thorough examinations exceed the statutory requirements given in this
specification.

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Responsible Person
The term Responsible Person is used to describe a person who has sufficient knowledge and
training to enable him/her to recognize obvious defects and is responsible to his/her employer for
the ‘in-service’ inspection of equipment.
In-Service Inspection
In-service inspection is a visual inspection carried out by the Responsible Person
(owner/user/operator) to check for obvious signs of damage or wear which might affect the
equipment’s fitness for use.

Report of Thorough Examination


A report of a thorough examination is a report issued by the Competent Person giving the results
of the thorough examination, which will detail the defects found or include a statement that the
item is fit for continued safe use. Where the Competent Person has carried out a test as part of
the examination, the report will also contain details of the test.

5. Requirements
Requirements for Lifting Equipment Inspection Bodies

1. Only Inspection Bodies (IB) registered by Abu Dhabi Quality & Conformity Council
(ADQCC) shall be authorized to undertake examinations of lifting equipment and lifting
accessories;

2. To register as an Inspection Body, entities should be able to demonstrate that their facilities,
equipment, inspector qualifications, and inspection activities etc are subject to independent
assessment and ongoing audit by a recognised lead industry body, such as the Lifting
Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) or equivalent

3. Lifting Equipment Inspection Bodies shall be sufficiently independent and impartial to


allow objective decisions to be made.

4. Lifting Equipment Inspection Bodies shall thoroughly examine the equipment; this
examination should include but not be limited to the parts that are subject to wear and tear,
and deterioration and which could lead to dangerous situations.

5. Thorough examination is needed at several points during the life of lifting equipment:
(a) on initial use or following installation;
(b) periodically during its life to ensure it remains fit for use, i.e. statutory periods
(c) following certain exceptional circumstances, e.g. if it is damaged

6. Every employer shall ensure that lifting equipment is –


(a) thoroughly examined
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(i) in the case of lifting equipment for lifting persons or an accessory for lifting, at least
every 6 months;
(ii) in the case of other lifting equipment, at least every 12 months; or
(iii) in either case, in accordance with an examination scheme; and
(iv) each time that exceptional circumstances which are liable to jeopardise the safety of
the lifting equipment have occurred; and,

(b) if appropriate for the purpose, is inspected by a competent person at suitable intervals
between thorough examinations,

7. Any examination scheme for lifting machines and accessories should take account of:
a. Their age and condition;
b. The environment in which they are to be used
c. The number of lifting operations and loads lifted.

For guidance refer to LEEA 032 Guidance to written schemes of examination 1st July 2000

8. Employers shall ensure that in the case of cranes with a variable radius a maximum SWL
test is carried out at least once every 4 years in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.

9. The examination scheme shall be preserved in the form of a document, which may be in
electronic format and should be secure from loss or unauthorized modification and it should
be authenticated by the competent person preparing the scheme.

10. The Inspection Body shall ensure that the competent personnel carrying out a thorough
examination have the relevant lifting equipment inspector accreditation from a competent
authority i.e. LEEA or equivalent and have such appropriate practical and theoretical
knowledge and experience of the lifting machines and accessories to enable them to
thoroughly examine, to detect defects or weaknesses and to assess their importance in
relation to the safety and continued use of the lifting equipment.

11. The Inspection Body shall ensure that all equipment used for inspection, measuring and
testing are calibrated in accordance with BS EN ISO 7500-1:2015 by approved calibration
bodies such as Emirates Authority for Standardization & Metrology (ESMA), Abu Dhabi
Quality and Conformity Council, Dubai Municipality and the records of such calibration
are maintained.

12. The Inspection Body shall not certify any lifting machines or lifting accessories without
proper thorough physical examination of the same.

13. The Inspection Body upon carrying out a thorough examination of lifting machines and
accessories shall notify the owner and user of any defect in the lifting equipment which in
their opinion is or could become a danger to persons and the lifting equipment shall be
quarantined or removed from use until the defects have been rectified and the lifting
equipment re-inspected and certified as safe for use.

14. The Inspection Body after undertaking a thorough examination of lifting machines and
accessories shall as soon as is practicable make a report of the thorough examination in
writing authenticated by them to the owner and user of the lifting equipment.
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6. References
 UAE Ministerial Order No 32 1982 Article 20
 OSHAD-SF – Code of Practice 34.0 – Safe Use of Lifting Equipment and Lifting
Accessories.
 Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 UK Statutory Instrument S.I.
2307
 Provision & Use of Work Equipment 1998 Statutory Instrument S.I. 2307
 Document reference QCC LE 01 Certificate of Thorough Examination (Lifting
Equipment) – Safe
 Document reference QCC LE 02 Certificate of Thorough Examination (Lifting
Equipment) – Unsafe
 Document reference QCC LE 03 Defect Report (Lifting Equipment)
 LEEA Lifting Equipment Examiners Handbook First Edition 2017
 LEEA Lifting Equipment Examiners Quick Reference Guide First Edition 2017
 LEEA 032 Written Schemes of Examination
 LEEA 017 Process Control Procedures
 LEEA 042 Technical Audit Requirements & Guidance

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7. Appendices

1. Appendix A - Lists of lifting Equipment’s and Lifting Accessories

A-1 Lists of lifting Equipment’s

A-2 Lists of Lifting Accessories

2. Appendix B - Lifting Examiners Guide Document reference: 066

Appendix C - QCC LE01 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting


Gears Safe , QCC LE02 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting
3.
Gears Unsafe & QCC LE03 Certificate of Through Examination-Defect
Report List

C-1 QCC LE01 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting Gears Safe

C-2 QCC LE02 Certificate of Thorough Examination -Lifting Gears Unsafe

C-3 QCC LE03 Certificate of Through Examination-Defect Report List

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Appendix A – Lists of lifting Equipment’s and Lifting
Accessories

A-1 Lists of lifting Equipment’s


Type and Range of
S.NO. Field of Inspection Standard
Inspection
BS 7121- 1:2016,
1 Test and Thorough BS 7121-2-3:2012
Mobile Crane/Crawler crane
Examination
BS 7121-3-2017

2 Overhead Crane/ Gantry Test and Thorough


BS 7121- 2- 7:2012+A1:2015
crane Examination

3 Test and Thorough


Tower Crane BS 7121- 2- 5:2012
Examination

4 Test and Thorough


Construction Hoist BS 7212:2016
Examination

5 Test and Thorough


Window/Painter's Cradle BS EN 1808:2015
Examination

6 Escalators and passenger Test and Thorough


BS EN 115-1:2017
conveyors Examination

ASME A 17.1:2016

BS EN 81- 50:2014
Test and Thorough BS EN 81- 20:2014
7 Elevators/Lifts BS EN 81- 2 + A3
Examination
BS EN 81- 3 + A1

BS EN 81- 70

BS EN ISO 3691-1:2012
BS EN ISO 3691-6:2015
BS EN ISO 3691-3:2016
8 Test and Thorough BS EN 1459-1:2017
Fork lift
Examination BS EN ISO 3691-2:2016

BS ISO 22915-5:2014

BS ISO 22915-1

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Type and Range of
S.NO. Field of Inspection Standard
Inspection
BS ISO 2330

BS EN ISO 3691-5:2009

BS EN ISO 3691-5

9 Mobile elevating work Test and Thorough


BS EN 280:2013+A1:2015
platform (man lift) Examination

Access and Working


10 Test and Thorough
Scaffolds and Special BS EN 12811-1:2003
Examination
Scaffolds

11 Specification for tubes for Test and Thorough BS EN 39:2001


use in scaffolding Examination BS 1139-1.2:1990

Specification for couplers


12 Test and Thorough
and fittings for use in BS 1139-2.2:2009+A1:2015
Examination
tubular scaffolding

Specification for
13 Test and Thorough
prefabricated mobile access BS EN 1004:2004
Examination
and working towers

Specification for
14 Test and Thorough
prefabricated steel BS 1139-4:1982
Examination
splitheads and trestles

Specification for materials,


dimensions, design loads
15 and safety requirements for Test and Thorough
BS EN 12810-1:2003
service and working Examination
scaffolds made of
prefabricated elements

Specification for
prefabricated tower
16 scaffolds outside the scope Test and Thorough
BS 1139-6:2014
of BS EN 1004, but utilizing Examination
components from such
systems

Boom Blazer (concrete


pumps) - Test and Thorough
17 Building construction ISO 21573-2:2008
Examination
machinery and equipment.
Concrete pumps. Procedure

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Type and Range of
S.NO. Field of Inspection Standard
Inspection
for examination of technical
parameters

18 Code of practice for the safe Test and Thorough


BS 8476:2007
use of concrete pumps Examination

19 Test and Thorough


Side Boom pipe layer BS 7121-14:2005
Examination

20 Cranes for Lifting Persons & Test and Thorough BS 7121- 2- 1:2016
Suspended Baskets Examination BS EN 14502- 1:2010

21 Test and Thorough


Jib crane BS 7333:1990
Examination

22 Test and Thorough


Runway beams/monorail BS 2853:2011
Examination

23 Test and Thorough


Lorry loaders BS 7121- 2- 4:2013
Examination

24 Chain block/ Chain lever Test and Thorough


BS EN 13157-2004+A1:2009
hoist/Tirfor Examination

25 Test and Thorough


Vehicle lifts BS EN 1493:2010
Examination

26 Offshore Pedestal-mounted Test and Thorough API spec 2C


Cranes Examination BS EN 13852-1:2013

Earthmoving equipment
27 Test and Thorough BS EN 474-1:2006 +A5:2018
Safety Part-1: General
Examination
requirement

Earth- moving machinery-


28 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-2: Requirements BS EN 474-2:2006+A1:2008
Examination
for tractor-Dozers

Earth- moving machinery-


29 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-3: Requirements BS EN 474-3 :2006 + A1:2009
Examination
for loaders

Earth- moving machinery-


30 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-4: Requirements BS EN 474-4:2006 + A2:2012
Examination
for backhoe loaders

Earth- moving machinery-


31 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-5: Requirements BS EN 474-4:2006+A2:2012
Examination
for hydraulic excavators

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Type and Range of
S.NO. Field of Inspection Standard
Inspection
Earth- moving machinery-
32 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-6: Requirements BS EN 474-6:2006+A1:2009
Examination
for Dumpers

Earth- moving machinery-


33 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-7: Requirements BS EN 474-7:2006+A1:2009
Examination
for scrapers

Earth- moving machinery-


34 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-8: Requirements BS EN 474-8:2006+A1:2009
Examination
for Graders

Earth- moving machinery-


35 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-9: Requirements BS EN 474-9:2006+A1:2009
Examination
for pipe layers

Earth- moving machinery-


36 Test and Thorough
Safety Part-10: BS EN 474-10:2006+A1:2009
Examination
Requirements for Trenchers

Earth - moving machinery-


37 Safety Part-11: Test and Thorough
BS EN 474-11:2006+A1:2008
Requirements for earth and Examination
landfill compactors

Earth - moving machinery-


38 Safety Part-12: Test and Thorough
BS EN 474-12:2006+A1:2008
Requirements for cable Examination
excavators

39 Test and Thorough BS7121-2-1:2016


Manual floor crane
Examination BS7121-1:2016

40 Test and Thorough


Pallet stacker BS ISO 5766:1990
Examination

BS EN ISO 3691-1:2015
41 Test and Thorough
Hand pallet truck BS EN ISO 3691-3:2016
Examination
BS EN ISO 3691-5:2012

BS 7121- 2- 1: 2012
42 Thorough test and
Tele handler BS EN 1459-1:2017
examination
BS EN 15830:2012

Thorough test and "BS EN 14492-1:2006+A1:2009


43 Man raiding winch
examination BS EN 14492-2:2006 +A1:2009

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Type and Range of
S.NO. Field of Inspection Standard
Inspection

44 Life boat davits/ Life raft Thorough test and BS ISO15516:2006


davits examination BS ISO13122:2011

Thorough test and BS EN 14492-1:2006+A1:2009


45 Electric power hoist
examination BS EN 14492-2:2006 +A1:2009

Test and Thorough BS EN 14492-1:2006+A1:2009


46 Pneumatic power hoist
Examination BS EN 14492-2:2006 +A1:2009

General purpose floor Test and Thorough BS EN 14492-1:2006+A1:2009


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mounted winch Examination BS EN 14492-2:2006 +A1:2009

Port Cranes (RTG –Rubber


48 Test and Thorough
tire gantry), Ship to shore BS 7121- 2- 7: 2012
Examination
crane (STS)

49 Test and Thorough


Self-Climbing system BS EN 1495:1997+A2:2009
Examination

50 Test and Thorough


A-Frame Gantry BS 5744
Examination

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A-2 Lists of lifting Accessories
S.NO. Field of Inspection Type and Range of Standard
Inspection

1 Chain Sling-Short link chain for Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 1 + A1


lifting purposes: Safety- Examination
General conditions of
acceptance

2 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 2 + A1


purposes: Safety- Medium Examination
tolerance chain for chain slings
(Grade 8)

3 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 3 + A1


purposes: Safety- Medium Examination
tolerance chain for chain slings
(Grade 4)

4 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 4 + A1


purposes: Safety- Chain Examination
slings(Grade 8)

5 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 4 + A1


purposes: Safety- Chain Examination
slings(Grade 4)

6 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 5 + A1


purposes: Safety- Chain Examination
slings(Grade 4)

7 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 6 + A1


purposes: Safety- Chain slings- Examination
Specification for information
for use and maintenance to be
provided by the manufacturer

8 Short link chain for lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 818- 7 + A1


purposes: Safety- Fine tolerance Examination
hoist chain- Grade T (Types T,
DAT and DT)

9 Shackle Test and Thorough BS EN 13889 + A1


Examination

10 Components for slings-Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 1 + A1


Part 1: Forged steel components Examination
(Grade 8)

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S.NO. Field of Inspection Type and Range of Standard
Inspection

11 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 2 + A1


Part-2:Forged steel lifting Examination
hooks with latch (Grade 8)

12 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 3 + A1


Part-3: Forged steel self-locking Examination
hooks (Grade 8)

13 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 4 + A1


Part-4: Links (Grade 8) Examination

14 Components for slings-Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 5 + A1


Part-5: Forged steel lifting Examination
hooks with latch (Grade 4)

15 Components for slings-Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 6 + A1


Part-6: Links (Grade 4) Examination

16 Wire Rope Sling-Steel wire rope Test and Thorough BS EN 13414- 1 + A2


slings-Safety —Part 1: Slings Examination
for general lifting service

17 Steel wire rope slings —Safety - Test and Thorough BS EN 13414- 2 + A2


Part 2: Specification for Examination
information for use and
maintenance to be provided by
the manufacturer

18 Steel wire rope slings —Safety Test and Thorough BS EN 13414- 1: 2003 + A2:
—Part 3: Grommets and cable- Examination 2008
laid slings

19 Textile slings (web & round) Test and Thorough BS EN 1492- 1 + A1


Examination BS EN 1492- 2 + A1

20 Eyebolt Test and Thorough BS EN ISO 3266:2010 + A1


Examination

21 Spreader beam / lifting beam Test and Thorough BS EN 13155 + A2


Examination

22 Hooks-Components for slings- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 1 + A1


Safety- Part 1: Forged steel Examination
components (Grade 8)

23 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 2 + A1


Part-2:Forged steel lifting Examination
hooks with latch (Grade 8)

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S.NO. Field of Inspection Type and Range of Standard
Inspection

24 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 3 + A1


Part-3: Forged steel self-locking Examination
hooks (Grade 8)

25 Components for slings: Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 4 + A1


Part-4: Links (Grade 8) Examination

26 Components for slings-Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 5 + A1


Part-5: Forged steel lifting Examination
hooks with latch (Grade 4)

27 Components for slings-Safety- Test and Thorough BS EN 1677- 6 + A1


Part-6: Links (Grade 4) Examination

28 Magnet lifting Test and Thorough BS EN 13155 + A2


Examination

29 Vacuum lifters Test and Thorough BS EN 13155 + A2


Examination

30 Pad Eyes Test and Thorough BS EN ISO 10855-1:2018


Examination BS EN ISO 10855-3:2018

31 Jacks (hydraulic/ pneumatic) Test and Thorough BS EN 1494:2000+A1:2008


Examination

32 Offshore containers and Test and Thorough BS EN ISO 10855-1:2018


associated lifting sets. Periodic Examination BS EN ISO 10855-3:2018
inspection, examination and BS EN ISO 10855-2:2018
testing

33 Clamps (plate and beam) Test and Thorough BSEN 13155 2003+A2 2009
Examination

34 Beam trolley Test and Thorough BS EN 13157


Examination

35 Fall arrestor Test and Thorough BS EN 353-1


Examination BS EN 353-2
BS EN 360

36 Full body harness Test and Thorough BS EN 361


Examination

37 Rigging screws (turnbuckles) Test and Thorough BS 4429


Examination

38 Cargo nets Test and Thorough BS 6756


Examination

39 Flexible intermediate bulk Test and Thorough BS EN ISO 21898


container (FIBC) Examination BS EN ISO 21898:2005

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S.NO. Field of Inspection Type and Range of Standard
Inspection

40 Pulley Blocks Test and Thorough BS EN 13157:2004+A1:2009


Examination

41 Inertia Reel Test and Thorough BS EN 353-1


Examination BS EN 353-2
BS EN 360

42 Personal rescue tripod Test and Thorough BS EN 1496


Examination BS EN 795

43 Man basket/frog carrier Test and Thorough BS EN 14502-1:2010


Examination BS EN ISO 10855-1:2018
BS EN ISO 10855-3:2018

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Appendix B - Lifting Examiners Guide Document reference: 066

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Lifting Examiners Guide
Document reference: 066

Published by the
LIFTING EQUIPMENT ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION
3 Osprey Court, Kingfisher Way
Hinchingbrooke Business Park
Huntingdon PE29 6FN
United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 (0) 1480 432801 Fax: + 44 (0) 1480 436314
E-mail: mail@leea.co.uk Website: www.leeaint.com

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CONTENTS
1.0 Introduction Page 1

2.0 Electric Overhead Travelling Cranes Page 2

2.1 EOTC Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 3

3.0 Hand Chain Blocks Page 4

3.1 Hand Chain Blocks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 5

4.0 Hand Operated Lever Hoist Page 6

4.1 Hand Operated Lever Hoist Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 7

5.0 Jaw Winch Page 8

5.1 Jaw Winch Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 9

6.0 Power Operated Hoists Page 10

6.1 Power Operated Hoists Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 11

7.0 Winches Page 12

7.1 Winches Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 13

8.0 Travelling Girder Trolleys Page 14

8.1 Travelling Girder Trolleys Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 15

9.0 Beam Clamps Page 16

9.1 Beam Clamps Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 17

10.0 Slewing Jib Cranes Page 18

10.1 Slewing Jib Cranes Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 19

11.0 Runways Page 20

11.1 Runways Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 21

12.0 Mobile Gantries Page 22

12.1 Mobile Gantries Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 23

13.0 Jacks Page 24

13.1 Jacks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 25

14.0 Chain Slings Page 26

14.1 Chain Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 27

15.0 Wire Rope Slings Page 28

15.1 Wire Rope Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 29

16.0 Flat Woven Webbing Slings Page 30

16.1 Flat Woven Webbing Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 31

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17.0 Man-made Fibre Roundslings Page 32

17.1 Man-made Fibre Roundslings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 33

18.0 Fibre Rope Slings Page 34

18.1 Fibre Rope Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 35

19.0 Shackles Page 36

19.1 Shackles Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 37

20.0 Eyebolts Page 38

20.1 Eyebolts Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 39

21.0 Lifting Beams, Spreaders and Frames Page 40

21.1 Lifting Beams, Spreaders and Frames Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 41

22.0 Plate Handling Clamps Page 42

22.1 Plate Handling Clamps Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 43

23.0 Rigging Screws & Turnbuckles Page 44

23.1 Rigging Screws & Turnbuckles Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 45

24.0 Barrel Lifters Page 46

24.1 Barrel Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 47

25.0 Crane Forks Page 48

25.1 Crane Forks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 49

26.0 Magnetic Lifters Page 50

26.1 Magnetic Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 51

27.0 Vacuum Lifters Page 52

27.1 Vacuum Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 53

28.0 C Hooks Page 54

28.1 C Hooks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination Page 55

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1.0 Introduction
This pocket guide should be used for guidance purposes only. It’s been developed as an aide memoir to
the lifting examiner on site and provides a generic defined scope of thorough examination for common
standard forms of lifting equipment.

In this document we refer to the safe working load; this should be marked on the lifting equipment and it
refers to the maximum load as assessed by a competent person which an item of lifting equipment may
raise, lower or suspend under particular service conditions. To avoid confusion, the working load limit will
be defined as the maximum load to be lifted that an item of lifting equipment is designed to raise, lower or
suspend.

By way of explanation, the working load limit is the load value assigned to the maximum safe working
load under ideal conditions (by calculation), and in most cases the working load limit and the safe working
load will be the same. However, depending upon the conditions of use, it may be necessary for the
competent person to reduce this to a lower safe working load and it is in these cases that the working
load limit and the safe working load will differ.

For the purposes of this guidance document we will only use the term safe working load although the
reader should be aware it may also refer to the working load limit.

The CE marking is stylised mark affixed to an item by the manufacturer, or other responsible person to
signify that the equipment complies with all relevant European Directives.

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2.0 Electric Overhead Travelling Cranes

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2.1 Electric Overhead Travelling Cranes Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for an Electric Overhead
Crane.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

ls, axles, bearings and brakes


along the double girder bridge
anism, this should include the motor, the brake, couplings, gearbox,
drum and bearings. The gearbox should be properly lubricated

block and hooks for distortion, corrosion and wear


orage point and the winch drum
that may pose a safety threat
the down shop conductor system
s and buttons are identifiable
ls are functioning as intended
ning correctly (if applicable)
rates correctly (if applicable)
switches are working correctly

signs of damage and corrosion


rity of the crane installation
signs of damage and corrosion
signs of damage and corrosion

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3.0 Hand Chain Blocks

Top Hook

Cover

Hand Chain
End Stops

Load Chain
Load Hook

Pinion Shaft
Hand Chain Wheel
Brake Hub

Drive Gear
Chain Striper Ratchet Wheel

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3.1 Chain Block Defined Scope of Thorough Examination

The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for a Chain Block.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

ta, measurements should be


taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

hain

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4.0 Hand Operated Lever Hoist

Top Hook

Lever

Load Chain

Pocketed Load Wheel


Bottom Hook

Brake Hub
Pinion Shaft

Hand Wheel

Drive Gear
Ratchet Wheel Change Over Gear
Chain Striper

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4.1 Lever Hoist Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for a Lever Hoist.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

first layer and top layer

k for distortion, wear, cracks and gouges

taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended


osion

and properly lubricated

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5.0 Jaw Winches

Rope Release
Anchorage
Operating Levers

Shear Pins
Markings

Rope Guide
Casing

Rope Termination

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5.1 Jaw Winch Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Jaw Winches.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

eck for opening of the throat

from the rope guide

eck hydraulic operating lines for wear

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6.0 Power Operated Hoists

Pneumatic Hoist

Trolley Supply Hose

Motor

Chain

Pendant Controlled

Bottom Hook

Electric Hoist

Motor

Bottom Hook
Pendant Controlled

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6.1 Power Operated Hoists Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Power Operated
Hoists.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

Check for end stops or slack end anchorage

eck the working set limits are working appropriately

ses for damage, leaks or ice formation

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7.0 Winches

Manual Winch

Electric Winch

Pneumatic Winch

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7.1 Winches Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Winches.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

distortion, kinks, wear or corrosion

throat

e brake.

tor for any defects, damage or incorrect operation

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8.0 Travelling Girder Trolleys

Manual hand pushed trolley

Geared trolley with anti-tilt device

Trolley wheel
Wheels, axles, gears, Treads and Flanges
bearings, and bushes

Anti-drop

Markings

Anti Tilt Hand Chain

Load Bar

Load suspension Side Plates


point

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8.1 Travelling Girder Trolleys Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Travelling Girder
Trolleys.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

marking of the safe working load

ley

-tilt devices have been adjusted

connection of the security between the chain hoist and the trolley

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9.0 Beam Clamps

Adjustable Beam Clamp

Non-adjustable Beam Clamp

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9.1 Beam Clamps Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Beam Clamps.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

The marking should be either by means of a suitable metal tab permanently attached or by stamping, provided that
no mechanical property of the clamp is significantly impaired.

representative

e gripping range mark

equipment or 50 kg whichever is the less

recommended

ect nuts and bolts are used for the locking arrangements

maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

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10.0 Slewing Jib Cranes

Over braced configuration


King Post

Slewing Jib Arm

Hoist

Foundation Bolts

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9.1 Slewing Jib Cranes Defined Scope of Thorough Examination

The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Slewing Jib Cranes.
Note - This list is not exhaustive.

rer and, if appropriate, the supplier

nstalled and tightened

f
the load runs away from the jib arm. These are indications of overloading

ck that the slewing jib arm has a certificate of test loading

age (if applicable)

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11.0 Runways

Free standing runway structure

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11.1 Runways Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Runways.
Note - This list is not exhaustive.

s and taper washers (if applicable)

wheels

and bent or distorted base plates

ase of built in runways, check for any signs of cracking walls or crumbling brickwork

surface of the track should be clean from contaminants such as dirt or debris

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12.0 Mobile Gantries

A frame mobile gantry

Goalpost gantry supporting a beam and a powered hoist

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12.1 Mobile Gantries Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Mobile Gantries.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

ers

structural members pivot

bent axles, seized bearings and collapsed housing


ich should prevent
movement of the wheel. Similarly, rotational locks must prevent the castor from swivelling.

pporting members for signs of deformation, check the bracing, tie bars and lateral stifening members
for signs of damage, distortion or deformation
nd
twisted web.

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13.0 Jacks

Mechanical Jack

Hydraulic Jack

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13.1 Jacks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Jacks.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

signed to carry throughout the


whole stroke

base of the jack is not twisted or bent preventing the jack from sitting solidly on the floor

of the seals and


other load bearing components

no jerking and the


ram should fully retract when the process is over. Important to note that hydraulic rams retract by gravity, so once it
has lowered the movement of the ram will slow considerably
of the jack

load bearing components.

or cracks and damage

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14.0 Chain Slings

Two leg sling

Single leg sling

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14.1 Chain Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Chain Slings.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.


These should be on a substantial metal tag or label permanently attached to the master link or to a link immediately
adjacent to it. The information may also be marked on the master link provided that its mechanical properties are not
impaired.

es to the vertical (if applicable)

cessive corrosion and heat discoloration of the chain

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15.0 Wire Rope Slings
Two leg sling

Markings

Single leg sling

Thimble

Tapered Ferrule

Terminal Fittings

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15.1 Wire Rope Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Wire Rope Slings.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

Markings should be by means of a suitable plate, preferably in a low stress area. If the marking is in a load-bearing
part of the ferrule or master link, care should be taken to ensure that the mechanical properties of the ferrule or link
are not impaired.

of leg slings

Check the ferrule for signs of corrosion and cracking

or wear and compare dimensions against the manufacturers data, measurements should be
taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

-service is compatible with the rope manufacturing lubricant

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16.0 Flat Woven Webbing Slings
Choke Hitch

Parallel Basket Hitch

Basket Hitch (0-45° to vertical)

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16.1 Flat Woven Webbing Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Flat Woven Webbing
Slings.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

it passes through terminal fittings as this is a point of high wear.

ensions against the manufacturers data, measurements should be


taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

heck there is no damage to the stitching or any looseness of the threads

adation

causing internal abrasion

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17.0 Man-made Fibre Roundslings
Choke Hitch

Parallel Basket Hitch

Basket Hitch (0-45° to vertical)

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17.1 Man-made Fibre Roundslings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Man-made Fibre
Roundslings.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

The information shall be marked both legibly and indelibly, on a durable label fixed directly onto the roundsling. It
shall be marked in a type size of not less than 1.5mm in height. A section of the label shall be stitched under the
cover which shall also be marked with this information for reference purposes.

evant standard marking

the manufacturers data, measurements should be


taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

abrasion

signs of chemical damage. In an advanced state, surface powdering could occur or loss of colouring of
the outer cover

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18.0 Fibre Rope Slings

Single leg sling

Thimble

Soft eye

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18.1 Fibre Rope Slings Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Fibre Rope Slings.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.


The marking shall be in a type size of no less than 1.5mm in height.
One suitable method for applying the marking is to inscribe the details onto a plastic sleeve threaded on the rope and shrunk to it,
with a clear plastic sleeve shrunk over the marked sleeve to protect it from soiling.

working load mark

ecifying the number of leg slings

mbles for cracks or deformation

not cause
for concern unless it becomes excessive
areas of abrasion

he fibre

-violet radiation

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19.0 Shackles
Bow Shackle

Crown

Bearing Points

Body

Pin

Jaw Opening

Dee Shackle

Safety Pin
Nut & Bolt

Correctly marked HTS Shackle

ID
Traceability Code

Grade

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19.1 Shackles Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Shackles.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

for a clear identification mark

he shackle

manner which will not impair the mechanical properties of the pin (if applicable) (13mm in diameter and above)
egibly and indelibly marked with the grade or traceability code (if applicable) (13mm in diameter
and below)

be taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

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20.0 Eyebolts
Dynamo Eyebolt

Eye Area for Marking

Shank
Thread Runout

Collared Eyebolt

Eye

Collar

Shank
Thread Runout

Swivel Hoist Ring Eyebolt

Eye
Weld

Swivel Hoist

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20.1 Eyebolts Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Eyebolts.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.


Each eyebolt shall be legibly and permanently marked in a manner that does not impair its mechanical strength. The
symbols shall be no less than 3mm in high. In the case of collar and dynamo eyebolts, the symbols shall be marked
on raised flat areas positioned on both sides of the lower parts of the eye.
In the case of eyebolts with links, the symbols shall be marked on the side of the link.

of the manufacturer and, if appropriate, the supplier

M denotes ISO metric threads, coarse series, including the diameter designation – ‘M24’
BSW denotes BS Whitworth threads, including the thread diameter – ‘𝟏𝟐⁄ BSW’
UNC denotes unified coarse threads, including the accepted UNC thread diameter – ‘𝟏𝟐⁄UNC’

allowance of 8% wear is recommended (if applicable)


link for wear and compare it to the manufacturers data, measurements should be taken and a maximum
allowance of 8% wear is recommended (if applicable)

the presence of contaminants

the collar for contaminants or debris (if applicable)

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21.0 Lifting Beams, Spreaders and Frames

H beam with multiple attachment points

Spreader beam

Lifting Frame

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21.1 Lifting Beams, Spreaders and Frames Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Lifting Beams,
Spreaders and Frames.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

ings

or distortion

be taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended


on

chain slings, synthetic web slings, plate clamps, hooks, turnbuckles, should all be inspected in accordance with the
respective sections of this code

may have dents or localised buckling


es of structural steel sections for signs of damage

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22.0 Plate Handling Clamps

Eye Spring

Screws

Casing
Lever

Teeth

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22.1 Plate Handling Clamps Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Plate Handling
Clamps.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

ackle is free from distortion

be taken and a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

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23.0 Rigging Screws & Turnbuckles

Turnbuckle with screwed fork terminal fittings

Internal & external Threads

Locknuts
End Terminations

Turnbuckle with screwed trapezoidal

Turnbuckle with screwed eye

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23.1 Rigging Screws & Turnbuckles Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Rigging Screws & Turnbuckles.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

Mechanisms

e attachment points for wear and compare it to the manufacturers data, measurements should be taken and
a maximum allowance of 8% wear is recommended

or signs of corrosion

Rigging Screw with screwed eyes

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24.0 Barrel Lifters
Top gripping barrel lifters

End gripping barrel lifters

Side gripping barrel lifters

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24.1 Barrel Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Barrel Lifters.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

e WLL or 50kg, whichever is the


less

eye for signs of wear and damage

ck the clamping faces of the lifter for signs of chips and cracks

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25.0 Crane Forks
Cross Member End Terminations

Grab Handle

Mas
t

Fork Arms

Automatic
Adjustment
Mechanism

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25.1 Crane Forks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Crane Forks.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

lifter if it exceeds 5% of the WLL or 50kg, whichever is the less

s of wear

points for wear, damage, corrosion and cracking

sits level on the ground

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26.0 Magnetic Lifters

Electro-permanent magnetic lifter

Portable magnetic lifter

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26.1 Magnetic Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Magnetic Lifters.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

imum permissible loading mark, this number is based on various parameters such as: the
material of the load, thickness, surface and the air gap between the load and the magnet as well as the lifting
capacity of the suspension

fting eye for signs of wear and damage, measurements should be taken and a maximum allowance of
8% wear is permitted

nd its state of charge

rs the power supply and provides a warning of at least 10


minutes in length, before the supply reaches the level where the load will be released
he
magnet from being switched on again until the battery has reached the minimum level at which the low power
warning is not activated

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27.0 Vacuum Lifters

Multi head vacuum lifter with integral vacuum pump

Vacuum lifter with multiple lifting pads

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27.1 Vacuum Lifters Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for Vacuum Lifters.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

y marked if it exceeds 5% of the WLL or 50kg, whichever is the


less

warning: ‘Warning – Load must not be lifted above 1.8m’ must be fitted

device must warn the user that the danger range has been reached.

ttings & Mechanisms

the hoses and couplings for signs of leakage

the vacuum systems including the vacuum reservoirs and vacuum pads is in place

or powered type vacuum lifters must function in the event of a power failure

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28.0 C Hooks

C Hook with protective cover

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28.1 C Hooks Defined Scope of Thorough Examination
The following components should be included in the defined scope of thorough examination for C Hooks.

Note - This list is not exhaustive.

or a clear Identification mark

of the C-Hook if it exceeds 5% of the WLL or 50kg, whichever is the less

-levelling crane forks, it should be checked for free movement and


correct alignment in the unloaded condition
Check that all the nuts, bolts and pinks are secured in such a way that they will not become loose when they are in
use

ion

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Appendix C-QCC LE01 (Template)
Certificate of Thorough Examination-Lifting Gears Safe
C-1 Certificate of Thorough Examination –(Lifting Gears Safe)
Date of Through Examination: Date Of Report: Report number:

Refrences(s) Color Code

Name and Address of employer for whom the thorough Address of premises at which the examination was
made:
examination was made:

Description and identification of the equipment: Safe Date of Date of last


working manufacture if thorough
load(s): known: examination:

Date of Last Proof Load Test: Date of Next Proof Load Test:

Was the examination carried out:

Is this this the first examination after installation or Within an interval of 6 Yes No
months?
assembly at a new site or location? Yes No
Yes No
Within an interval of 12
months?
If the answer to the above question is YES
Yes No In accordance with an Yes No
Has the equipment been installed
examination scheme?
correctly?
After the occurrence of Yes No
exceptional circumstances?

Identification of any part found to have a defect which is or could become a danger to persons and a
description of the defect: (If none state NONE)

Is the above a defect which is of immediate danger to persons Yes No


Is the above a defect which is not yet but could become a danger to Yes by:
persons: (If yes state the date by when)
Particular of any repair, renewal or alteration required to remedy the defect identified above:

Particular of any tests carried out as part of the examination: (if none state NONE)

IS THEIS EQUIPMENT FIR FOR PURPOSE? Yes No


Name & Qualification of person Name of person Latest date by which next thorough
authenticating this report: examination must be carries out:
making this report:
Name and address of employer of persons making and authenticating this report:

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C-2 (Template)
Certificate of Thorough Examination –(Lifting Gears Unsafe)
Date of Through Examination: Date Of Report: Report number:

Refrences(s) Color Code

Name and Address of employer for whom the thorough Address of premises at which the examination was
made:
examination was made:

Description and identification of the equipment: Safe Date of Date of last


working manufacture if thorough
load(s): known: examination:

Date of Last Proof Load Test: Date of Next Proof Load Test:

Was the examination carried out:

Is this this the first examination after installation or Within an interval of 6 Yes No
months?
assembly at a new site or location? Yes No
Yes No
Within an interval of 12
months?
If the answer to the above question is YES
Yes No In accordance with an Yes No
Has the equipment been installed
examination scheme?
correctly?
After the occurrence of Yes No
exceptional circumstances?

Identification of any part found to have a defect which is or could become a danger to persons and a
description of the defect: (If none state NONE)

Is the above a defect which is of immediate danger to persons Yes No


Is the above a defect which is not yet but could become a danger to Yes by:
persons: (If yes state the date by when)
Particular of any repair, renewal or alteration required to remedy the defect identified above:

Particular of any tests carried out as part of the examination: (if none state NONE)

IS THEIS EQUIPMENT FIR FOR PURPOSE? Yes No


Name & Qualification of person Name of person Latest date by which next thorough
authenticating this report: examination must be carries out:
making this report:
Name and address of employer of persons making and authenticating this report:

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Appendix C- QCC LE03 (Template)
Certificate of Through Examination-Defect Report List

QCC LE03 Certificate of Through Examination-Defect Report List

Equipment Equipment Identification of Is the Defect of If not Immediate Particulars of Any


Identification Description Defective Parts Immediate Danger when will Repair, Renewal
Number Danger it become a or Alternation to
Danger without Remedy the
Rectification Defects

Signature: Date:

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