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LIFTING EQUIPMENT LEGISLATION MATRIX
INITIAL PROOF LOAD TESTING PERIODIC DOCUMENTATION
EXAM/TEST FACTORS OF SAFETY
EXAM. REQ. REQUIREMENTS
AFTER REPAIR / MODIFICATION
CERT. OF CONFORMITY / TEST
DESTRUCTION SAMPLE CERT.
FULL FABRICATION PACKAGE
BS EN 12079 1999
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
THESE MAY VARY SLIGHTLY
REFER TO I.L.O. PAMPHLET 188
L.O.L.E.R.
STRESS CALCULATIONS
DEPENDENT ON
S.I. 1890
PRIOR TO FIRST USAGE
PROOF LOADS MANUFACTURERS
QUADRENNIALLY
EVERY 5 YEARS
ANNUALLY
SWL x 2•2
SWL x 2•5
% ABOVE SWL EXCESS
LOAD (t)
OTHER
OTHER
OTHER
MANUFACTURING MTHS M M
6.5:1
4.5:1
3.5:1
EQUIPMENT TYPE
10:1
CODES / STANDARDS
8:1
7:1
6:1
5:1
4:1
10 25 50 100 300 3 5 10 6 12 12 30
1 CRANES (PEDESTAL / MOBILE) (UNDER 20t) BS2452 / BS7121 ❋
2 CRANES (PEDESTAL / MOBILE) (20t-50t) BS2573 / BS2452 / BS7121 ❋
3 CRANES (PEDESTAL / MOBILE) (OVER 50t) BS2573 / BS2452 / BS7121 ❋
4 ELECTRIC OVERHEAD TRAVELLING CRANES BS466 / BS7121 ❋
5 MARINE LIFEBOAT DAVITS BS MA41
6 DAVIT BLOCKS & ASSOC. EQUIPMENT BS MA41
7 FORKLIFT TRUCKS BS.ISO 5057/BS EN 1726-1/2 ❋
8 PALLET STACKERS BS5777 / 5778 / ISO 5766 ❋
9 PALLET TRUCKS BS ISO 509 (1996) ❋
10 PERSONNEL & GOODS LIFTS BS2655 / BS5655 / BS5656
11 SUSPENDED CRADLES BS2830 / 5974
12 POWERED HOISTS (ELECTRIC) BS466 / BS EN 13001 ❋
13 POWERED HOISTS (PNEUMATIC) DIN F.E.M. 9.751 ❋
14 MANUAL HOISTS (CHAIN BLOCKS) BS3243 ❋
15 LEVER HOISTS (PULLIFTS) BS4898 ❋
16 WIRE ROPE HOISTS ("TIRFORS") ❋
17 WIRE ROPES FOR ABOVE BS302 / BS EN 12385
LIFTING APPLIANCES
18 BEAM TROLLEYS ❋
19 BEAM CLAMPS ❋
20 PLATE CLAMPS ❋
21 SINGLE SHEAVE BLOCKS (UP TO 25t) BS4536 / 4018 ❋
22 SINGLE SHEAVE BLOCKS (OVER 25t) BS4536 ❋
23 MULTI - SHEAVE BLOCKS (UP TO 25t) BS4536 ❋
24 MULTI - SHEAVE BLOCKS (OVER 25t) BS4536 ❋
25 CRANE HOOK BLOCKS (UP TO 25t) BS4536 ❋
26 CRANE HOOK BLOCKS (OVER 25t) BS4536 ❋
LIFTING EQUIPMENT
27 WINCH (PNEUMATIC) BS MA31 / ISO 3078 ❋
28 WINCH (MAN-RIDING)
29 WINCH (MANUAL) BS3701 ❋
30 WINCH (DAVIT) BS MA55
31 STABBING BOARDS
32 RUNWAY BEAMS BS2853 (see note 1)
33 LIFTING BEAMS (UP TO & INC 3t) BS2573 PT 1/2 (see note 1)
34 LIFTING BEAMS (OVER 3 UP TO & INC 6t) BS2573 PT 1/2 (see note 1)
35 LIFTING BEAMS (OVER 6 UP TO & INC 20t) BS2573 PT 1/2 (see note 1)
36 LIFTING BEAMS (OVER 20 UP TO & INC 40t) BS2573 PT 1/2 (see note 1)
37 LIFTING BEAMS (OVER 40t) BS2573 PT 1/2 (see note 1)
38 HYDRAULIC RAMS & JACKS ❋
39 MANUAL JACKS ❋
40 TRANSIT CONTAINERS BS7072 / BS EN 12079 -1999 ✬
41 TRANSIT CONTAINERS S I 1984 No. 1890 ❋
42 MOBILE WORK PLATFORMS BS7171 / BS EN 280 - 2001
43 FABRICATED PADEYES & CLAMPS BS2573 (see note 1)

LOAD
44 DYNAMOMETERS / CRANE WEIGHERS BS1610 / BS EN 10002
IND.
45 LOAD CELLS BS1610 / BS EN 10002 ❋
46 SAFE LOAD INDICATORS / RCI’s BS7262 (1990) (see note 2) ❋
47 WIRE ROPE BS302 / BS EN 12385 ★
48 WIRE ROPE (ON PASSENGER LIFTS) BS302 / BS EN 12385 ★ ✩
49 WIRE ROPE (DIVING OPERATIONS) BS302 / BS EN 12385 ★
50 WIRE ROPE (MAN - RIDING WINCHES) BS302 / BS EN 12385 ★
51 WIRE ROPE SLINGS BS1290 / BS EN 13414/1-3
LIFTING ACCESSORIES
52 WIRE ROPE SLINGS (MULTI - LEG) BS1290 / BS EN 13414/1-3
53 CHAIN SLINGS-GRADE 80 BS EN 818-1 / ISO 3076
54 CHAIN HOOKS & FITTINGS - GRADE 80 ISO 8539
55 POLYESTER SLINGS BS EN 1492 PT 1 & 2 ✸ ★
56 SHACKLES - ALLOY (UP TO 25t) RR-C-27 1D TYPE IV
57 SHACKLES - ALLOY (OVER 25t) RR-C-27 1D TYPE IV
58 SHACKLES - HIGHER TENSILE (UP TO 25t) ISO 2415
59 SHACKLES - HIGHER TENSILE (OVER 25t) ISO 2415
60 EYEBOLTS (BRITISH) BS4278
61 EYEBOLTS (U.S.)
62 RIGGING SCREWS (BRITISH) BS4429
63 RIGGING SCREWS (TURNBUCKLES) (U.S.) FF-T-791-TYPE 1 FORM 1
64 OPEN WEDGE SOCKETS (BRITISH) BS7166 / BS EN 13411-6 ✬
65 OPEN WEDGE SOCKETS (U.S.) RR-S-55OD TYPE C ✬
NOTE 1: LIFTING SUPPORT STEELWORK SUCH AS RUNWAY BEAMS, LIFTING
LEGEND BEAMS, LIFTING FRAMES, PADEYES ETC WITH NO MOVING PARTS
SHALL HAVE THEIR PERIODICITY EXTENDED TO 12 MONTHS AS
STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS
LONG AS:
❋ COMPANY POLICY INCLUDES LIFTING MACHINES IN 6-MONTHLYS i) THEY ARE NOT USED FOR SUPPORTING PERSONNEL.
REFER TO SPECIFIC DESIGN CODES
INITIAL FACTORY TEST
FUNCTION TEST ONLY
“Reducing ii)
iii)
THEIR USE IS INFREQUENT TO THE EXTENT THAT WEAR IS
NOT AN ADVERSE FACTOR AND
THEY ARE ADEQUATELY COATED/PROTECTED SO THAT
AMERICAN PATTERN BLOCKS
REFER TO L.R.O.S./D.N.V. PROCEDURE
Risks” CORROSION IS NOT AN ADVERSE FACTOR.
DESCENT RATE MUST ALSO FALL BETWEEN 90-180 FT/MIN. NOTE 2: IN ADDITION TO THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION, SAFE LOAD
AT THE DISCRETION OF THE INSPECTION BODY INDICATORS MUST BE FUNCTION CHECKED ON A DAILY BASIS AND
CHECKED FOR CALIBRATION WEEKLY.
ACCEPTED PRACTICE
MUST BE CALIBRATED ANNUALLY
NOTE 3: LIFTING EQUIPMENT ONBOARD MERCHANT VESSELS: IN
★ SAMPLE TO BE DESTRUCTED TO VERIFY MATERIALS
✩ F.O.S. VARIES - REFER TO BS5655/PD 6500
✸ METAL END FITTINGS ONLY
2006 ACCORDANCE WITH SI 1988 No. 1639 ALL LIFTING EQUIPMENT
(APPLIANCES AND PLANT WITH THE EXCEPTION OF HAND SPLICED
TERMINATIONS) MUST BE PROOF LOAD TESTED PRIOR TO FIRST
✬ PLUS N.D.T. REPORT USE AND THEREAFTER EVERY FIVE YEARS. IT MUST ALSO BE


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