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    Lifting Operation Procedure

    Lifting Operation Procedure Guide to Effective Implementation   In previous blogs, we discussed the origin of Lifting Procedures from a hierarchy containing Acts, Regulations, Standards and Policies. Lifting Policy is a high-level statement of management objective that contains the ‘what to do’ information required to produce and ensure safe lifting operations. It represents a statement of expectation that is enforced by standards,
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    Optimising Wire Rope Inspection and Assessment using MRT Technology

    Optimising Wire Rope Inspection and Assessment using MRT Technology Wire ropes (especially running rope) are regarded as a safety critical expendable component, requiring immediate replacement when the results of inspection indicates wire rope defects – wear, deterioration, or damage beyond the point where safe and continued use can no longer be guaranteed. Wire rope (for
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    Selection, Inspection, and Safe Use of Shackles

    Selection, Inspection, and Safe Use of Shackles Lifting operations do have the potential to cause incidents, from uncontrolled movement of loads and dropped objects impacting people, assets, and the environment in proximity of the operation. The management of all rigging and lifting operations by appropriately trained, qualified and experienced personnel is a statutory/legislative requirement. Safety of
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    Proof Load Testing The What, Why, When and How?

      Proof Load Testing The What, Why, When and How? Proof load test, proof test, overload test, and load testing are often terms that are used interchangeably in the industry but whilst the former 2 describes the scope definition, the latter 2 describes it as a process. The What:   In simple terms, a proof
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    Rigging Loft Controller Training

    Rigging Loft Controller Training The Key to Safe Management of Rigging Lofts   The rigging and lifting equipment used to conduct a variety of operations both onshore and offshore must be correctly managed and controlled throughout these operations. Rigging and lifting equipment must also be correctly inspected before and after operations to ensure there is no damage and confirm
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