Owners must keep continuous working records and maintenance records for the MEWP in line with Section of AS Cranes, Hoists. Visit our website and learn more about AS standards. SAA AS CRANES, HOISTS AND WINCHES – SAFE USE PART MOBILE ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS.
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Classified plant management requirements inspection, testing, incident reporting and record keeping. When multi-purpose mobile plant is fitted with a work platform attachment then it needs to be compliant for this function. Single and multi-purpose mobile plant that can lift people over 2. For more zs on record keeping requirements, refer to section 6.
2550.10 Buy for Online Library subscription. Expand the box to see details. Scissor lifts do not require a HRWL. Are MEWPs classified plant? Refer to General exemption: For definitions of related equipment, refer to Part 6 of the Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations Citations This document is cited by New Zealand legislation.
Addresses the requirements for mobile elevating work platforms MEWPs in general and, in addition, those intended for specific applications such as use near live electrical conductors, or operation in orchards where specific design requirements are necessary to address the risks associated with the intended use.
Complete these tests as specified in For more information, refer to Code of Practice — Prevention of falls at workplaces. A multi-purpose MEWP is any telescopic handler machine THMintegrated tool carrier ITC or other multi-purpose mobile plant that can be configured with jib attachments for lifting suspended loads, work platform attachments for lifting personnel, or other tools.
Approval for a fit person to inspect classified plant [r. Mobile Elevating Work Platforms. This ensures the new owner gets all service and safety bulletins.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Section: Sa types and sizes of MEWPs are defined as a type of hoist and considered to be classified plant. Cranes – Safe use – Vehicle hoists You may be interested in this related standard.
Management requirements for registered classified plant include: This definition is derived considering definitions of related equipment in the Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations Minimum operator competency requirements. Legislative requirements Compliance with Australian 2550.10 New Zealand standards Classified plant registration requirements Minimum operator competency requirements Classified plant management requirements Contact. The legislation makes no distinction between machinery designed for a single purpose or those designed to be multi-purpose.
People maintaining MEWPs and the competent person must have access to the current versions of the following standards, AS Any MEWP that is not owned by the principal employer e.
For enquiries please contact an inspector of mines Phone: For more information on the appointment of a Section 44 statutory inspector, refer to General exemption: Compliance requirements for multi-purpose mobile 2550.10.
Mobile Elevating Work Platforms The same minimum prescriptive rules and 255.10 controls apply for multi-purpose mobile plant as for single-purpose-designed plant.
For more information, refer to Applying for registration of classified plant.
A general exemption from provisions of 6. Classified plant registration if the machine can lift people over 2. Cranes, Hoists and Winches — Part For operational guidelines for cranes, hoists and winches, refer to AS What is itinerant equipment?
Registration of certain classified plant [r. Minimum prescriptive rules and risk controls for MEWPs apply, including: Mobile elevating work platforms. Other people who purchased this product also bought The registration applies for the design of the entire machine when it is 2550.1 with a work platform, not just for the work 250.10 attachment.
The variations to the above standards are: For further guidance, refer to MSB No. Refer to Mines Safety and Inspection Act