Wednesday, October 5, 2011

WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011


WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT
(CHAPTER 354A)
WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 65 of the Workplace Safety and Health Act, the
Minister for Manpower hereby makes the following Regulations:
PART I
Arrangement of Regulations
PRELIMINARY
Regulation
1.Citation and commencement
2.Definitions
3.Application
PART II
GENERAL PROVISIONS
4.Lifting plan
5.Only registered crane operator to operate a mobile crane and tower crane
PART III
REGISTRATION OF CRANE OPERATORS
6.Application for registration to be crane operator
7.Requirements for registration as crane operator
8.Certificate of registration
9.Register of crane operators
10.Production of certificate of registration upon request
11.Renewal of registration
12.Conditions for renewal of registration as crane operator
13.Suspension and cancellation of registration
14.Notice of suspension and cancellation of registration
15.Surrender of certificate
16.Duties of crane operator
PART IV
APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF PERSONNEL
17.Appointment and duties of lifting supervisor
18.Appointment and duties of rigger
19.Appointment and duties of signalman
PART V
INSTALLATION, REPAIR, ALTERATION, TESTING AND DISMANTLING OF MOBILE CRANE OR TOWER CRANE
20.Only approved crane contractor to install, repair, alter or dismantle mobile crane or tower crane
21.Application for approval to be approved crane contractorWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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22.Certificate of approval
23.Production of certificate of approval upon request
24.Suspension or cancellation of certificate
25.Notice of suspension or cancellation of certificate
26.Duties of approved crane contractor
27.Duties of owner of mobile crane and tower crane
PART VI
MISCELLANEOUS
28.Offence
29.Consequential amendment and revocation
30.Savings and transitional provisions
The Schedules
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Citation and commencement
1.—(1)  These Regulations may be cited as the Workplace Safety and Health (Operation of Cranes)
Regulations 2011 and shall, with the exception of regulations 5(4) and (5), come into operation on
10th September 2011.
(2)  Regulations 5(4) and (5) shall come into operation on 1st September 2013.
Definitions
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“approved crane contractor” means any firm or company which is the holder of a valid certificate of
approval issued by the Commissioner under regulation 22;
“crane” means a machine incorporating an elevated structural member or jib beneath which suspended
loads may be moved vertically (whether upwards or downwards) or horizontally or both, either by
slewing the machine or derricking the jib, or by any other means not solely involving a travelling motion
of the crane;
“lorry loader” means a lorry incorporating an articulator arm mounted on the lorry which is used for
loading, unloading and lifting of materials or goods;
“mobile crane” means a crane mounted on a truck, crawler or on wheels and includes any crane of a
type shown in the First Schedule;
“registered crane operator” means any person who is the holder of a valid certificate of registration
issued by the Commissioner under regulation 6;WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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“responsible person”, in relation to a workplace where a crane is, or is to be, operated by a person
means —
(a) the employer of the person; or
(b) the principal under whose direction the person operates the crane;
“tower crane” means a crane which has a vertical or near vertical tower designed to be free standing up
to a height specified by the Commissioner and includes any crane of a type shown in the Second
Schedule.
Application
3.  These Regulations shall apply to any workplace in which a crane is in use.
PART II
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Lifting plan
4.—(1)  Where any lifting operation involving the use of any crane is carried out in a workplace by a
crane operator, it shall be the duty of the responsible person to establish and implement a lifting plan
which shall be in accordance with the generally accepted principles of safe and sound practice.
(2)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to ensure that the lifting plan referred to in
paragraph (1) is made available for inspection upon request by an inspector.
Only registered crane operator to operate a mobile crane and tower crane
5.—(1)  No person shall operate a mobile crane (not being a lorry loader) or tower crane in a workplace
unless he is a registered crane operator.
(2)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to ensure that no person, other than a registered crane
operator, is employed, permitted or made to operate a mobile crane (not being a lorry loader) or tower
crane in a workplace.
(3)  A person, whether or not he is also a registered crane operator, may drive a mobile crane in a
workplace if he is the holder of a driving licence issued under the Road Traffic Act (Cap. 276) authorising
him to drive a mobile crane of a class or description permitted by the licence, but he shall not operate
the mobile crane unless he also satisfies the requirement referred to in paragraph (1).
(4)  No person shall operate a lorry loader unless —
(a) he has successfully completed a training course, acceptable to the Commissioner, on the
operation of a lorry loader;
(b) if required by the Commissioner, he attends re-training on the operation of a lorry
loader and successfully completes such re-training; andWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(c) if required by the Commissioner, he produces a current medical certificate from a
registered medical practitioner certifying that he is medically fit to operate a lorry loader.
(5)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to ensure that no person is allowed to operate a lorry
loader unless the person satisfies the requirements referred to in paragraph (4).
PART III
REGISTRATION OF CRANE OPERATORS
Application for registration to be crane operator
6.—(1)  A person may apply to the Commissioner for his approval to register as a crane operator.
(2)  An application under paragraph (1) shall be —
(a)in such form and manner as the Commissioner may determine; and
(b)accompanied by the appropriate fee specified in the Third Schedule and such fee shall not be
                    refundable.
(3)  Upon receiving an application under paragraph (1), the Commissioner may, subject to
regulation 7 —
(a)issue the person with a certificate of registration to act as a crane operator subject to such
                    conditions as the Commissioner may think fit to impose; or
(b)refuse to approve the application.
Requirements for registration as crane operator
7.—(1)  A person may register as a crane operator if he satisfies the Commissioner that —
(a)he has successfully completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner on the
operation of a mobile crane or tower crane;
(b)he has, in the opinion of the Commissioner, sufficient experience in operating a mobile crane
or tower crane and has passed a proficiency test acceptable to the Commissioner; or
(c)he possesses any other equivalent qualification acceptable to the Commissioner.
(2)  The Commissioner may require an applicant to produce a current medical certificate from a
registered medical practitioner which certifies that the applicant is medically fit to operate a mobile
crane or tower crane.
(3)  The Commissioner shall not register an applicant who has been certified by a registered medical
practitioner to be unfit to operate a mobile crane or tower crane.
Certificate of registration
8.—(1)  A certificate of registration to act as a crane operator shall, unless the registration is earlier WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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cancelled, be valid for a period of 2 years from the date of registration or for such shorter period as the
Commissioner may specify in the certificate of registration.
(2)  A certificate of registration shall not be transferable.
(3)  Where a certificate of registration is lost, destroyed or defaced, the holder of the certificate may
apply to the Commissioner for a replacement certificate on payment of the appropriate fee specified in
the Third Schedule.
(4)  An application under paragraph (3) to the Commissioner shall be supported by such documentary
proof that the certificate of registration issued earlier is lost, destroyed or defaced.
Register of crane operators
9.  The Commissioner shall keep an up-to-date register of all persons registered as crane operators.
Production of certificate of registration upon request
10.—(1)  It shall be the duty of a registered crane operator to produce his certificate of registration for
inspection upon request by an inspector.
(2)  Any person who contravenes paragraph (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on
conviction to a fine not exceeding $1,000 and, in the case of a second or subsequent conviction, to a fine
not exceeding $2,000.
Renewal of registration
11.—(1)  An application by a person for the renewal of his certificate of registration to act as a crane
operator shall be made in such form and manner as the Commissioner may determine, and shall be
accompanied by the appropriate fee specified in the Third Schedule.
(2)  Any renewal fee paid under paragraph (1) shall not be refundable.
(3)  Upon receiving an application for the renewal of registration under paragraph (1), the Commissioner
may —
(a)renew the certificate of registration to act as a crane operator for a period of 2 years or for
such shorter period as the Commissioner may specify in the certificate of registration; or
(b)refuse the application for renewal if the Commissioner is satisfied that the applicant is no
longer a fit and proper person to be registered as a crane operator.
Conditions for renewal of registration as crane operator
12.—(1)  The Commissioner may impose such conditions for the renewal of registration as a crane
operator as he thinks fit.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(2)  The conditions referred to in paragraph (1) may include any one or all of the following:
(a) requiring an applicant to attend a refresher course acceptable to the Commissioner on
the operation of a mobile crane or a tower crane;
(b) requiring an applicant to pass a proficiency test acceptable to the Commissioner for
crane operation;
(c) requiring an applicant to produce a current medical certificate from a registered medical
practitioner which certifies that the applicant is medically fit to operate a mobile crane or tower crane.
Suspension and cancellation of registration
13.—(1)  The Commissioner may suspend or cancel the registration of any registered crane operator if
the Commissioner is satisfied that the registered crane operator —
(a) has obtained his registration under these Regulations by means of fraud, false
representation or the concealment of any material fact;
(b) has been certified by a registered medical practitioner to be unfit to operate a mobile
crane or a tower crane; or
(c) has failed to comply with any of the duties set out in these Regulations.
(2)  It shall be the duty of a registered crane operator upon becoming aware of any medical condition
which may render him unfit to operate a mobile crane or a tower crane to inform the Commissioner of
such medical condition without undue delay.
(3)  Any person who contravenes paragraph (2) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on
conviction to a fine not exceeding $1,000 and, in the case of a second or subsequent conviction, to a fine
not exceeding $2,000.
Notice of suspension and cancellation of registration
14.—(1)  When the Commissioner has suspended or cancelled the registration of a registered crane
operator under regulation 13, the Commissioner shall inform the registered crane operator concerned
by notice in writing of such suspension or cancellation.
(2)  The suspension or cancellation shall take effect 21 days after the date of the service of the notice on
the registered crane operator or, if an appeal against the suspension or cancellation of registration has
been made to the Minister under paragraph (4), on the date the Minister dismisses the appeal.
(3)  Notwithstanding that the suspension or cancellation has not taken effect, any registered crane
operator whose registration is suspended or cancelled by the Commissioner shall not, between the date
of the service of the notice of suspension or cancellation and the date the suspension or cancellation
takes effect (both dates inclusive), operate a mobile crane (not being a lorry loader) or a tower crane.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(4)  A registered crane operator whose registration has been suspended or cancelled by the
Commissioner under regulation 13 may, within 21 days of the date of the service of the notice of
suspension or cancellation, appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.
(5)  The notice of suspension or cancellation may be served on any person by delivering it to him, or by
leaving it at, or sending it by registered post to, his last known residential address.
Surrender of certificate
15.—(1)  A registered crane operator shall immediately surrender to the Commissioner his certificate of
registration when the suspension or cancellation takes effect in accordance with regulation 14(2).
(2)  Any person who contravenes paragraph (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on
conviction to a fine not exceeding $5,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or to
both.
Duties of crane operator
16.  It shall be the duty of a crane operator —
(a)before the start of every workshift, to carry out operational tests on all limiting and indicating
devices under no load conditions before any lifting operation is carried out and shall enter the results of
such tests in a log book or log-sheet;
(b)to ascertain whether the ground conditions, in particular the ground surface on which a
mobile crane is to be operated, are safe for travel or any lifting operation; and if he is of the opinion that
it is not safe for travel or any lifting operation, he shall report this to the lifting supervisor;
(c)to ensure that any outrigger when it is required is fully extended and secured;
(d)not to carry out any lifting operation unless he has been briefed by the lifting supervisor on
the lifting plan referred to in regulation 4;
(e)not to hoist any object if he is unable to ascertain the weight of the load;
(f)not to hoist any load unless he has received a clear signal from a signalman when this is
required under regulation 19;
(g)not to engage in any act or manoeuvre which is not in accordance with safe and sound
practice;
(h)not to hoist any load if there is any obstruction in the path of manoeuvre and if there is any
such obstruction, he shall report this immediately to the lifting supervisor;
(i)not to manoeuvre or hold any suspended load over any public road or public area unless that
road or area has been cordoned off;
(j)not to operate a mobile crane or a tower crane within 3 metres of any live overhead power
line;WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(k)not to use the crane for any operation for which it is not intended, including pulling or
dragging a load;
(l)to ensure that any stationary truck mounted or wheel mounted crane is adequately and
securely blocked while it is on a slope; and
(m)to report any failure or malfunction of the crane to the lifting supervisor and to make an
appropriate entry of the failure or malfunction in the log book or log-sheet of the crane.
PART IV
APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF PERSONNEL
Appointment and duties of lifting supervisor
17.—(1)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to appoint a lifting supervisor before any lifting
operation involving the use of any crane is carried out in a workplace.
(2)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person not to appoint any person as a lifting supervisor for any
lifting operation involving the use of a crane in a workplace unless the person is one who —
(a) has successfully completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner to equip
him to become a lifting supervisor; and
(b) has, in the opinion of the responsible person, such relevant experience in lifting
operations for a period of not less than one year before the appointment as a lifting supervisor.
(3)  It shall be the duty of the lifting supervisor appointed under paragraph (1) —
(a) to co-ordinate all lifting activities;
(b) to supervise all lifting operation by a mobile crane or tower crane in accordance with
the lifting plan referred to in regulation 4;
(c) to ensure that only registered crane operators, appointed riggers and appointed
signalmen participate in any lifting operation involving the use of a mobile crane or a tower crane;
(d) to ensure that the ground conditions are safe for any lifting operation to be performed
by any mobile crane;
(e) to brief all crane operators, riggers and signalmen on the lifting plan referred to in
regulation 4; and
(f) if any unsatisfactory or unsafe conditions are reported to him by any crane operator or
rigger, take such measures to rectify the unsatisfactory or unsafe condition or otherwise ensure that any
lifting operation is carried out safely.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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Appointment and duties of rigger
18.—(1)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to appoint a rigger before any lifting operation
involving the use of any mobile crane or tower crane is carried out in the workplace by a crane operator.
(2)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person —
(a)not to appoint any person as a rigger in a workplace unless the person has successfully
                   completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner to equip him to be a rigger; and
(b)to ensure that the rigger who is appointed under paragraph (1) is attired in such a way as
                    would distinctively identify him as a rigger.
(3)  No person shall rig up loads for any lifting operation by a mobile crane or tower crane unless he is a
rigger appointed in accordance with paragraph (1).
(4)  It shall be the duty of a rigger appointed under paragraph (1) to —
(a)check the slings to be used for slinging the loads to ensure that the slings are of good
                    construction, sound and suitable material, adequate strength and free from patent defect;
(b)ensure that an adequate number of legs of the sling are used and that the slinging angle is
correct so as to prevent the sling from being overloaded during the hoisting;
(c)ascertain the weight of the load which is to be lifted and inform the crane operator of the
weight of the load;
(d)ensure that only proper lifting gears are used in conjunction with the sling;
(e)ensure that the load to be lifted is secure, stable and balanced;
(f)ensure that any loose load (which includes any stone, brick or tile) is placed in a receptacle to
prevent the load or part thereof from falling during the lifting operation;
(g)place adequate padding at the edges of the load which come in contact with the sling so as to
prevent the sling from being damaged; and
(h)report any defect in the lifting gear to the lifting supervisor.
Appointment and duties of signalman
19.—(1)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person to appoint a signalman before any lifting
operation involving the use of any mobile crane or tower crane is carried out in a workplace by a crane
operator.
(2)  It shall be the duty of the responsible person —
(a)not to appoint any person as a signalman in a workplace unless the person has successfully
completed a training course acceptable to the Commissioner to equip him to be a signalman; andWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(b)to ensure that the signalman who is appointed under paragraph (1) is attired in such a way as
would distinctively identify him as a signalman.
(3)  No person shall give signal to the crane operator unless he is a signalman appointed in accordance
with paragraph (1).
(4)  It shall be the duty of the signalman appointed under paragraph (1) to —
(a)ensure or verify with the rigger that the load is properly rigged up before he gives a clear
signal to the crane operator to lift the load; and
(b)give correct and clear signals to guide the crane operator in the manoeuvre of the load safely
to its destination.
PART V
INSTALLATION, REPAIR, ALTERATION, TESTING AND DISMANTLING OF MOBILE CRANE OR TOWER
CRANE
Only approved crane contractor to install, repair, alter or dismantle mobile crane or tower crane
20.—(1)  No person shall install, repair, alter or dismantle a mobile crane or tower crane unless he is an
approved crane contractor.
(2)  Paragraph (1) shall not apply —
(a)to the installation or dismantling of a fly jib; and
(b)to the repair of any non-load bearing part of a crane, unless the repair affects the safe
operation of the crane.
Application for approval to be approved crane contractor
21.—(1)  A firm or company may apply to the Commissioner for approval to act as an approved crane
contractor.
(2)  An application under paragraph (1) shall be —
(a)accompanied by the appropriate fee specified in the Third Schedule and such fee shall not be
refundable;
(b)in such form and manner as the Commissioner may require; and
(c)accompanied by such particulars, information, statements and documents as the
Commissioner may require.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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Certificate of approval
22.—(1)  On receipt of an application under regulation 21(1), the Commissioner may —
(a)issue to the applicant a certificate of approval, subject to such conditions as the
Commissioner may think fit to impose; or
(b)refuse to approve the application.
(2)  Where the Commissioner refuses to approve the applicant to act as an approved crane contractor,
he shall give the applicant notice in writing of the reasons for his refusal.
(3)  The Commissioner may at any time vary or revoke any of the existing conditions imposed under
paragraph (1) or impose new conditions.
(4)  A certificate of approval for a firm or company to act as an approved crane contractor shall, unless
the approval for the firm or company to act as an approved crane contractor is earlier cancelled, be valid
for a period of 2 years from the date of the approval or for such shorter period as the Commissioner
may specify in the certificate of approval.
(5)  A certificate of approval may, on payment of the renewal fee specified in the Third Schedule, be
renewed by the Commissioner for such period as the Commissioner may determine, from the date
immediately following that on which, but for its renewal, the certificate of approval would have expired.
Production of certificate of approval upon request
23.—(1)  It shall be the duty of an approved crane contractor to produce his certificate of approval for
inspection upon request by an inspector.
(2)  Any person who contravenes paragraph (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on
conviction to a fine not exceeding $2,000 and, in the case of a second or subsequent conviction, to a fine
not exceeding $5,000.
Suspension or cancellation of certificate
24.  The Commissioner may suspend or cancel the certificate of approval issued to any approved crane
contractor if the Commissioner is satisfied that the approved crane contractor —
(a)has obtained the certificate of approval under these Regulations by means of fraud, false
representation or the concealment of any material fact; or
(b)is contravening or has contravened any condition subject to which the certificate was issued.
Notice of suspension or cancellation of certificate
25.—(1)  When the Commissioner has suspended or cancelled the certificate of approval under
regulation 24, the Commissioner shall inform the approved crane contractor concerned by notice in
writing of such suspension or cancellation.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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(2)  The suspension or cancellation shall take effect 21 days after the date of the service of the notice on
the approved crane contractor or, if an appeal against the suspension or cancellation of the certificate of
approval has been made to the Minister under paragraph (4), on the date the Minister dismisses the
appeal.
(3)  Notwithstanding that the suspension or cancellation has not taken effect, any approved crane
contractor whose certificate of approval is suspended or cancelled by the Commissioner shall not,
between the date of the service of the notice of suspension or cancellation and the date the suspension
or cancellation takes effect (both dates inclusive), install, repair, alter or dismantle a mobile crane or
tower crane.
(4)  An approved crane contractor whose certificate of approval has been suspended or cancelled by the
Commissioner under regulation 24 may, within 21 days of the date of the service of the notice of
suspension or cancellation, appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.
(5)  A notice of suspension or cancellation may be served on any firm or company by leaving it at, or
sending it by registered post to, the last known business address.
Duties of approved crane contractor
26.—(1)  Subject to paragraph (2), it shall be the duty of an approved crane contractor to —
(a)obtain a manufacturer’s manual which contains instructions on the safe procedures for the
installation, repair, alteration and dismantling of the mobile crane or tower crane, before he installs,
repairs, alters or dismantles any mobile crane or tower crane; and
(b)ensure that the crane is installed, repaired, altered or dismantled in accordance with the
instructions contained in such manual.
(2)  Where the manual referred to in paragraph (1) is not available, it shall be the duty of the approved
crane contractor to ensure that the installation, repair, alteration or dismantling of any mobile crane or
tower crane is under the immediate supervision of an authorised examiner.
Duties of owner of mobile crane and tower crane
27.  It shall be the duty of the owner of any mobile crane or tower crane to ensure that after every
installation, repair, alteration and dismantling of a mobile crane or tower crane —
(a)the crane is tested and certified safe by an authorised examiner for the operations for which
it is intended; and
(b)the crane is not used unless it has been tested and certified in accordance with subparagraph (a).WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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PART VI
Miscellaneous
Offence
28.  Any person who contravenes regulation 4(1) or (2), 5(1), (2) (4) or (5), 14(3), 16, 17(1), (2) or (3),
18(1), (2), (3) or (4), 19(1), (2), (3) or (4), 20(1), 25(3), 26(1) or (2) or 27 shall be guilty of an offence and
shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $20,000 or to imprisonment for a term not
exceeding 2 years or to both.
Consequential amendment and revocation
29.  The Factories (Operation of Cranes) Regulations (Cap. 104, Rg 10) are revoked.
Savings and transitional provisions
30.  Every person who, immediately before 10th September 2011, is —
(a)a crane operator registered under the repealed Factories (Operation of Cranes) Regulations
                    (Cap. 104, Rg 10); or
(b)an approved crane contractor approved under the repealed Factories (Operation of Cranes)
                     Regulations,
shall be deemed to be registered or approved under regulations 7 and 22 of these Regulations
respectively, and such registration or approval shall expire on the day it would have expired if these
Regulations had not been enacted.WORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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FIRST SCHEDULE
Regulation 2
TYPES OF MOBILE CRANES
Truck mounted crane
Type (a)
Type (b)
Lorry loader
Self-propelling wheel mounted
crane
Self-propelling crawler track
mounted crane
Portable craneWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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SECOND SCHEDULE
Regulation 2
TYPES OF TOWER CRANESWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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MOUNTED TOWER CRANESWORKPLACE SAFETY AND HEALTH (OPERATION OF CRANES) REGULATIONS 2011
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Third SCHEDULE
Regulations 6(2), 8(3), 11(1), 21(2) and 22(5)
FEES8
First column Second column
1.An application for registration as a crane operator $20
2.An application for renewal of registration as a crane
   operator
$20
3.To replace a certificate of registration as a crane
    operator
$10 per
certificate to be
replaced
4.An application for approval as a crane contractor $150
5.An application for renewal of approval as a crane
contractor.
$150

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