As of , this British Standard is an all-new addition to the series giving recommendations on the safe use of different types of crane. It covers types of lifting equipment not previously dealt with by any other safety use standard: specifically general purpose bridge and gantry cranes which terminate with a hook. This part of BS gives recommendations for the safe use of general purpose bridge and gantry cranes which terminate with a hook, including:. Its use will help to improve safety and reduce the risk of serious injuries and fatalities.
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Latest version of document. Provides safe usage recommendations for cranes, covering safe working systems, planning and management, selection, erection and dismantling, inspection, testing, examination, operation and maintenance of cranes and the planning and management of lifting operations.
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BRITISH STANDARD CODE OF PRACTICE
Latest version of document. Provides safe usage recommendations for cranes, covering safe working systems, planning and management, selection, erection and dismantling, inspection, testing, examination, operation and maintenance of cranes and the planning and management of lifting operations. First published as BS May Second edition February
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