Top 10 Crane Standards Cited by OSHA

crane-inspections The Top 10 Crane Standards Cited by OSHA:

1. 1926.1428(a) – Signal person not qualified

2. 1926.1425(c)(3) – Materials not rigged by qualified rigger

3. 1926-1428(a)(3) – No documentation for the signal person

4. 1926.1412(f)(1) – No annual inspections performed by a qualified person

5. 1926.1408(a)(2) – No determination for working radius closer than 20 feet to a power line

6. 1926.1417(c)(1) – Operators manual, load charts, hazard warnings, etc., not in the cab at all times

7. 1926.1412(d)(1) – A determination for safety was not made by competent person after a deficiency was noted during a visual inspection

8. 1926.1412(e)(2)(i) – Monthly crane inspection results, missing or signed documentation not maintained

9. 1926.1412(f)(2) – Inspections not performed annually by a qualified person or as specified

10. 1926.1411(f)(2)(xvii) – Missing labels supplied by the manufacturer

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