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DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017. Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 1, CHAPTER 1 0 TABLE OF CONTENTS. 1 0 INTRODUCTION 3,1 1 PURPOSE 3,1 2 SCOPE 3,1 3 BACKGROUND 5. 1 4 MANUAL ORGANIZATION 5,1 5 MANDATORY AND ADVISORY RULES 5. 1 6 MANUAL REVISIONS 5, 1 7 VARIANCES EXEMPTIONS WAIVERS AND INTERPRETATIONS 5. 1 7 1 Variances Exemptions and Waivers 5, 1 7 2 Interpretations 6.
DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017. Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 2, This page left intentionally blank. DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017. Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 3,1 0 INTRODUCTION. 1 1 PURPOSE, This Manual describes the operation inspection maintenance and repair requirements for cranes hoists . fork trucks slings rigging hardware and hoisting equipment at the U S Department of Energy s DOE . Hanford Site Occasionally lifting is performed with equipment other than cranes hoists and fork trucks . when using any equipment for material handling follow the equipment manufacturer s instructions . EXAMPLE Excavation equipment such as a backhoe may have a hook installed on the. bucket It is acceptable to use such equipment for hoisting and rigging if the manufacturer. provides instructions for such use The manufacturer s instructions should include load. capacity information , See footnote 1 for examples of equipment not within the scope of this Manual 1 When using rigging. devices hardware in conjunction with the equipment not covered by this Manual for the purpose of raising . lowering or otherwise lifting material the rigging devices hardware and their use shall comply with the. applicable sections of this Manual ,1 2 SCOPE, This Manual supports the objectives of the DOE Richland Operations Office RL and Office of River.
Protection ORP by controlling hoisting and rigging H R activities in a safe and cost effective manner . It is the responsibility of the user of this Manual to implement all of the requirements from listed sources . When two standards set forth inconsistent requirements the user shall adhere to the standard containing. the most stringent requirements The American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME standards. provide the most comprehensive information , This Manual is intended to be a user s guide to requirements codes laws regulations standards and. practices that apply to DOE contractors at the Hanford Site This manual or any part of this manual is. applicable to subcontractors that handle lift government owned furnished or fabricated items for the. Hanford Site as invoked by contract documents , Hoisting and rigging work is required by law and DOE to be in compliance with the Occupational Safety. and Health Act of 1970 OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations CFR 1910 or 29 CFR 1926 Subpart. CC and ASME B30 Standards Work involving critical and special engineered lifts shall follow this. Manual As a minimum acceptability of equipment and rigging shall be verified by the RL ORP. contractor and critical lift procedures shall be reviewed and approved by the responsible RL ORP. contractor , NOTE Refer to 29 CFR 1926 Subpart R for special hoisting and rigging requirements relating to steel. erection ,1, For example the following types of equipment are not within the scope of this manual elevators dumbwaiters . escalators moving walks conveyor systems drill and pump setting rigs tree trimming and tree removal work . manipulators specially insulated hoists for handling high voltage lines door and hatch opening equipment vehicle . mounted elevating and rotating aerial devices elevating work platforms aerial lifts and earth moving and. excavation equipment Although not within the scope of this Manual this equipment shall be maintained in a safe. condition reference OSHA General Duty Clause Consult applicable equipment manufacturer information OSHA . and or ASME standards to ensure safe condition and use of the equipment . DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017. Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 4, The following ASME B30 standards shall be implemented as applicable The underlined standards are.
addressed in chapters of this manual , x ASME B30 1 2015 Jacks Industrial Rollers Air Casters and Hydraulic Gantries. x ASME B30 2 2011 Overhead and Gantry Cranes Top Running Bridge Single or Multiple. Girder Top Running Trolley Hoist , x ASME B30 3 2016 Tower Cranes. x ASME B30 4 2015 Portal and Pedestal Cranes, x ASME B30 5 2014 Mobile and Locomotive Cranes. x ASME B30 6 2015 Derricks, x ASME B30 7 2016 Winches. x ASME B30 8 2015 Floating Cranes and Floating Derricks. x ASME B30 9 2014 Slings, x ASME B30 10 2014 Hooks.
x ASME B30 11 2010 Monorails and Underhung Cranes Consolidated with B30 17 2015. x ASME B30 12 2011 Handling Loads Suspended from Rotorcraft. x ASME B30 13 2011 Storage Retrieval S R Machines and Associated Equipment. x ASME B30 14 2015 Side Boom Tractors, x ASME B30 16 2012 Overhead Hoists Underhung . x ASME B30 17 2015 Cranes and Monorails with Underhung Trolley or Bridges . x ASME B30 18 2016 Stacker Cranes Top or Under Running Bridge Multiple Girder with Top. or Under Running Trolley Hoist , x ASME B30 19 2016 Cableways. x ASME B30 20 2013 Below the Hook Lifting Devices. x ASME B30 21 2014 Lever Hoists, x ASME B30 22 2016 Articulating Boom Cranes. x ASME B30 23 2011 Personnel Lifting Systems, x ASME B30 24 2013 Container Cranes. x ASME B30 25 2013 Scrap and Material Handlers, x ASME B30 26 2015 Rigging Hardware.
x ASME B30 27 2014 Material Placement Systems, x ASME B30 28 2015 Balanced Lifting Units. x ASME B30 29 2012 Self Erecting Tower Cranes, The following ASME standards are specifically addressed in chapters of this manual and shall be. implemented as applicable , ASME BTH 1 2014 Design of Below the Hook Lifting Devices. ASME PASE 2014 Portable Automotive Service Equipment PASE . Other equipment not specifically addressed in this manual may be within the scope of this manual see. Chapter 19 OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpart CC , Forklifts when equipped with a hoist or a hook and a rotating upper structure fall within the requirements. of a mobile crane , DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017.
Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 5, Rigging equipment addressed in this manual shall comply with the applicable ASME and OSHA. requirements When equipment is used in a manner other than intended by the manufacturer written. authorization approval shall be obtained from the manufacturer The equipment shall be labeled for its. intended use and the statement Not to be used for lifting service shall be attached to the device The. equipment shall be maintained and inspected per the manufacturer s instructions Rigging equipment used. for other purposes than its original design shall not be returned to lifting service . 1 3 BACKGROUND, This Manual is a rewrite of the original Hanford Hoisting and Rigging Manual WHC CM 6 4 issued in. August 1988 for RL contractors Similar to that original manual this Manual was prepared with input. from the Hanford H R Committee with representatives from various RL contractors and trade unions . with overview by RL Unlike the original Hanford Hoisting and Rigging Manual this Manual is issued by. the RL , Any lack of clarity errors omissions or discrepancies should be submitted either to RL or a member of. the Hanford H R Committee 2,1 4 MANUAL ORGANIZATION. This is a user s manual It designates areas of responsibility regarding H R activities specifies. qualification and training requirements and stipulates operation maintenance and repair requirements for. H R equipment and components Topics have been grouped to make the Manual user friendly and to. minimize jumping around within the manual While selected design considerations are included in this. Manual primarily as information to operators and inspectors this Manual is a user s manual not a design. manual ,1 5 MANDATORY AND ADVISORY RULES, Mandatory rules are characterized by use of the word shall If a provision is of an advisory nature it is.
indicated by use of the word should and is to be considered its advisability depends on the facts in each. situation ,1 6 MANUAL REVISIONS, Any user may prepare written requests for Manual revision Revision requests shall be submitted to a. member of the Hanford H R Committee or to the RL H R Program Manager . 1 7 VARIANCES EXEMPTIONS WAIVERS AND INTERPRETATIONS. 1 7 1 Variances Exemptions and Waivers, Variances and exemptions are frequently referred to as waivers however it is appropriate to recognize. that a waiver is really a variance or an exemption The difference between a variance and an exemption. and their approval processes are as follows , a A variance is an administrative decision that allows an employer to meet a requirement in a. 2, Comments questions or revision requests may be sent via e mail to Hanford Hoisting and Rigging rl gov . DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 12 2017. Chapter 1 0 INTRODUCTION Rev 1 Page 6, different manner than stated in the requirement or standard To do this the employer must show.
that the level of worker protection is at least as effective as that dictated by the requirement or. standard , b An exemption is an administrative decision that frees an employer from complying with a. requirement In other words if an exemption from a requirement is granted that requirement. would not apply to the specific operation or facility in question . c Usually variance or exemption decisions concerning site specific requirements can be made at the. Hanford contractor or RL level Requests concerning mandatory standards such as OSHA ANSI . ASME standards will be elevated to DOE Headquarters for a decision . d Requests for variances or exemptions shall be submitted to the responsible RL Contracting Officer. in accordance with the contractor s internal procedures The contractor shall also send a copy of. the request to the RL H R Program Manager for information purposes Upon receipt of the. request from the contractor the RL Contracting Officer shall evaluate the request and in. coordination with the RL H R Program Manager determine if it can be decided at the local level. or if it must be elevated to DOE Headquarters , e Following approval or disapproval the RL Contracting Officer shall respond to the contractor in. writing Costs incurred while awaiting administrative action typically will not be considered . 1 7 2 Interpretations, An interpretation asks the meaning of a requirement or whether a proposed method fulfills a given. requirement See Chapter 17 Interpretations for a description of the process used to request. interpretations and to review previous interpretations . If a request for interpretation is determined to actually be a request for a variance or exemption process the. request as outlined in paragraph 1 7 1 d , DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual September 23 2015. Chapter 2 0 RESPONSIBILITIES Rev 1 Page 1, CHAPTER 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1,2 0 RESPONSIBILITIES 3,2 1 SCOPE 3. 2 2 PERSONNEL RESPONSIBILITIES 3, 2 2 1 Contractor Responsibilities 3. 2 2 2 Supervisor or Manager Hoisting and Rigging Operations 3. 2 2 3 Equipment Maintenance Supervisor or Manager 3. 2 2 4 Designated Leader DL Lift Director for Critical Lifts 4. 2 2 5 Designated Leader 4, 2 2 6 Operator 5, 2 2 7 Rigger 5. 2 2 8 Equipment Custodian 6, 2 2 9 Assembly Disassembly Director 6. 2 2 10 Approvers of Hoisting and Rigging Lift Plans 6. 2 3 ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 7, 2 3 1 Responsible Safety Organization 7.
2 3 2 Responsible Training Organization 7, 2 3 3 Controlling Entity 7. 2 4 RL ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 7, 2 4 1 RL Hoisting and Rigging Program Manager 7. 2 4 2 RL Program Line Organizations 8, DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 31 2011. Chapter 2 0 RESPONSIBILITIES Rev 1 Page 2, This Page Left Intentionally Blank. DOE RL 92 36 Hanford Site Hoisting and Rigging Manual January 31 2011. Chapter 2 0 RESPONSIBILITIES Rev 1 Page 3,2 0 RESPONSIBILITIES.
2 1 SCOPE, This section provides guidance in delineating the responsibilities of personnel and organizations directly. involved in hoisting and rigging H R activities at the Hanford Site . Job classification terms used in this manual e g rigger operator and inspector refer to the function. performed and in no way relate to a classification in any union or bargaining unit . 2 2 PERSONNEL RESPONSIBILITIES,2 2 1 Contractor Responsibilities. Hanford Site contractors shall establish programs based on equipment manufacturers specifications and. limitations for operation maintenance and inspection of equipment addressed by this manual Where. manufacturers specifications are not available operation limitations and maintenance and inspection. requirements assigned to the equipment shall be based on determinations of a qualified person competent. in this field and such determinations shall be appropriately documented and disseminated to equipment. operators and maintenance and test personnel , 2 2 2 Supervisor or Manager Hoisting and Rigging Operations. x ASME B30 27 2014 Material Placement Systems x ASME B30 28 2015 Balanced Lifting Units x ASME B30 29 2012 Self Erecting Tower Cranes The following ASME standards are specifically addressed in chapters of this manual and shall be implemented as applicable ASME BTH 1 2014 Design of Below the Hook Lifting Devices ASME PASE 2014 Portable

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