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Presented by: John Cole General Manager, CICB 1926.1401 – Definitions 1926.1413 – Crane Inspections 1926.1414 – Wire Rope Selection and Inspection Criteria 1926.1415 – Safety Devices 1926.1416 – Operation Aids 1926.1429 – Qualifications of Maintenance and Repair Personnel 1926.1434 – Equipment Modifications www.cicb.com email@example.com OSHA 1926.1400 (800) 327-1386
Builder Certified Welder Competent Person www.cicb.com
Controlling Enti ty Dismantling Equipment criteria www.cicb.com
Qualified person Unavailable procedures Wire rope www.cicb.com
Repaired Adjusted Equipment Modified Equipment Post-assembly www.cicb.com
Each Shift Monthly Annual/comprehensive www.cicb.com
Equipment not in regular use Manufacturer’s procedures Documentation www.cicb.com
Shift Inspection Who conducts the inspection What is inspected www.cicb.com
Monthly Wire Rope Inspections Annual Wire Rope Inspections www.cicb.com
Wire Rope Design Criteria Wire Rope used in Boom Hoists www.cicb.com
Rotation Resistant Rope Design Criteria Diameter for Hoist Sheaves Criteria for Dead Ending Wire Rope www.cicb.com
Crane Level Indicator Boom Stops Jib Stops www.cicb.com
Horns Foot Pedals Outrigger Jacks and Stabilizers www.cicb.com
Boom & Luffing Jib Limiting Devices Anti-two Blocking Device Boom Angle or Radius Indicator www.cicb.com
Jib Angle Indicator Load Weighing and Similar Devices Outrigger / Stabilizer position sensor/monitor www.cicb.com
Requirements for Maintenance and Repair Personnel Must Meet the requirements of a qualified person when operating a crane in the performance of their tasks www.cicb.com
Modifications that affect the capacity of safe operations Procedure to follow www.cicb.com
Procedures to follow in the event of manufacture's refusal Procedures to follow in the event procedures are unavailable Military modifications www.cicb.com
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