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Tower cranes including self erecting tower cranes

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Tower cranes including self-erecting tower cranes Lifts, including escalators and moving walkways Building maintenance units Hoists with a platform movement exceeding 2.4 metres, designed to lift people Work boxes designed to be suspended from cranes Amusement devices covered by Section 2.1 of AS 3533.1:2009 - Amusement Rides and Devices , except Class 1 structures (see below) Concrete placement units with delivery booms Prefabricated scaffolding and prefabricated formwork Boom-type elevating work platforms Gantry cranes with a safe working load greater than 5 tonnes or bridge cranes with a safe working load of greater than 10 tonnes, and any gantry crane or bridge crane which is designed to handle molten metal or Schedule 10 hazardous chemicals Vehicle hoists Mast climbing work platforms Mobile cranes with a rated capacity of greater than 10 tonnes Note: The plant listed as requiring design registration does not include: a heritage boiler a crane or hoist that is manually powered an elevating work platform that is a scissor lift or a vertically moving platform a tow truck certain Class 1 structures including: o playground structures o water slides where water facilitates patrons to slide easily, predominantly under gravity, along a static structure o wave generators where patrons do not come into contact with the parts of machinery used for generating water waves o inflatable devices that are sealed o inflatable devices that do not use a non-return valve. SAFE WORK AUSTRALIA MEMBERS’ MEETING 6 PAGE 50 OF 52
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List of Plant items requiring registration as outlined in Schedule 5 (Part 2) of the WHS Regulations Boilers categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to criteria in Section 2.1 of AS 4343 - Pressure equipment - hazard levels . Pressure vessels categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to the criteria in Section 2.1 of AS 4343 - Pressure equipment - hazard levels , except for gas cylinders; LP Gas fuel vessels for automotive use, and serially produced vessels. Tower cranes including self-erecting tower cranes. Lifts, including escalators and moving walkways. Building maintenance units. Amusement devices covered by Section 2.1 of AS 3533.1:2009 - Amusement Rides and Devices , except for certain Class 1 structures (see below). Concrete placement units with delivery booms. Mobile cranes with a rated capacity of greater than 10 tonnes. Note: The plant listed as requiring item registration does not include: a crane or hoist that is manually powered certain Class 1 structures: o playground structures o water slides where water facilitates patrons to slide easily, predominantly under gravity, along a static structure o wave generators where patrons do not come into contact with the parts of machinery used for generating water waves o inflatable devices that are sealed o inflatable devices that do not use a non-return valve.
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