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Lifting items or equipment using mobile cranes, Hiab hoists, overhead travelling cranes and manual lifting equipment (chain blocks etc.), requires planning.

To ensure compatibility with the particular site or construction program, crane and lifting equipment selection is a major decision that requires careful investigation.

Site preparation and operations require detailed planning, design and execution. Lifting operations necessitate the establishment of efficient management teams and detailed systems of work. For major or special lifts, these should be documented.

Lifting can be grouped into three general categories:
•  major lifts, involving heavy and multiple cranes;
•  special lifts, which normally involve mobilisation of very heavy equipment for a short period of time; and
•  repetitious, routine day to day work.

The risk of injury and equipment damage is high when using cranes.

Specific training is required for many jobs and rigging licences are needed for certain activities.

This talk is intended as an awareness session aimed at preventing accidents when lifting items or equipment.

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PA Services Group is the company that hold the development brands of SMARTsafe, EZI Safety and EZI Library. Our documents have been developed during of our 50 plus years of consulting and our Safety Talks (also know as toolbox talks) are the original Australian/New Zealand safety talks, which are all aligned to ISO. They are under our SMARTsafe brand which was formerly Training National. [read more]

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