CAP1096: Guidance to crane users on the crane notification process and obstacle lighting and marking

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Reference:CAP1096
Title:Guidance to crane users on the crane notification process and obstacle lighting and marking
Description:CAP 1096 provides guidance to crane users on the crane notification process and lighting and marking requirements applicable to cranes. In the main, crane-related issues are considered and managed in much the same way as for any tall object, however due to the distinctive character of the crane construction and operations, they are addressed separately.

The guidance should be considered relevant to users of all cranes exceeding a height1 of 10 m above ground level (AGL) or that of the surrounding structures or trees (if higher) and is being introduced in two phases:

• between 1 October 2020 to 31 May 2021 applicable to parties who volunteer to take part in the formalised trial;

• from 31 May 2021 applicable to all parties in the scope.



Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:2.1
Date:23 September 2020
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