This document applies to light offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
NOTE   The supporting pedestal and structures such as columns and boom rests are covered by this standard to the extent where their main purpose is to support the crane.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel.
The following characteristics distinguish light offshore cranes from other types of offshore cranes:
-   maximum rated capacity 20 tonnes, maximum load moment 300 tm;
-   limitation for off-board lifting operation Hs = 2,0 m and wind speed 15 m/s (3s gust);
-   maximum number of working cycles class U3 (C ≤ 125.000) according to EN 13001-1.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to light offshore cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   non- fixed load lifting attachments, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below −20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions or earthquakes;
g)   emergency personnel rescue operations (except training);
h)   subsea lifting operations;
i)   general purpose offshore cranes, floating cranes and motion compensated cranes.
This document is applicable for the lifting of personnel.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.

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This document specifies general terms for cargo securing systems on ships, as well as specific terms for cargo securing on container ships and on ro-ro ships. It is applicable to the design, manufacture, trade, teaching and other fields of cargo securing systems on ships. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â ISO 3874 defines specific terms for handling and securing methods on series 1 freight containers.

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This document specifies terms and definitions relating to dredgers, with the aim of giving clear enough definitions for every term for them to be understood by all specialists. This document is applicable only to equipment which is used for the construction and maintenance of navigable waterways and the extraction of soil. The terms specified in this document are intended to be used in documentation of all kinds. Certain standardized terms are also given with their abridged version; these can be used in cases where no possibility of misinterpretation can arise. A combination of terms is allowed in application.

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This document specifies noise limits, noise measurement methods and hearing protection for marine cranes, including electro-hydraulic cylinder luffing cranes, electro-hydraulic wire rope luffing cranes and electric wire rope luffing cranes. This document is applicable to the noise assessment of marine cranes and for the protection of their operators.

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This document specifies the general technical manufacturing requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. This document is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: — deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour conditions; — floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; — engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types of crane can refer to this document. This document does not apply to cranes manufactured to operate in: — ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; — ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; — lifting operations below sea level; — lifting operations involving more than one crane; — emergency rescue operations; — shore-side cargo handling cranes; — lifting lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, pilot ladders, gangways and their handling appliances; — launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats.

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This document specifies the operation and maintenance requirements of marine cranes, including electro-hydraulic cylinder luffing cranes, electro-hydraulic wire rope luffing cranes and electric wire rope luffing cranes. This document is applicable to the following types of marine cranes operating in harbour or sheltered water conditions: — deck cranes mounted on ships for handling equipment, cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — floating cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for handling loads in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — grab cranes mounted on ships, barges or pontoons for operating in harbour or sheltered water conditions; — engine room, stores cranes, etc. mounted on ships for handling equipment and stores in harbour or sheltered water conditions. For other marine cranes not covered by the above descriptions or for other environmental conditions this document can be referred.

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This document provides a single classification for all types of dredgers designed for loosening, raising,
transporting and disposing of dredged material.

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ISO 19355:2016 specifies the structural requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. ISO 19355:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on ships, barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. ISO 19355:2016 is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 19357:2016 specifies the requirements for design, construction, safety, performance, acceptance test and operation of marine cranes for low temperature operation. ISO 19357:2016 is applicable to marine cranes of the following types, which are exposed to and operated in low temperatures: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions or sheltered water conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. ISO 19357:2016 is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures no less than −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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Rigging used for marine cranes is mainly wire rope rigging. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the technical requirements of the selection and application of running rigging and standing rigging used for wire rope rigging of marine cranes. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the minimum requirements of the allowable strength and performance level for wire ropes of marine cranes according to the design, application and maintenance requirements of cranes. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the implementation criteria of installation, maintenance, inspection and discards for running rigging and standing rigging of marine cranes. ISO 19360:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine crane: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions or sheltered water conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. ISO 19360:2016 does not apply to the following: - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - cranes which are supposed to be included in the class of the vessel and where the vessel receives a crane class notation; the contents of this document may be used however, as recommendation or guidance; - other items where there is the danger that they might be considered in-scope are excluded from this document, such as - loose gear items, such as the hook block, and - ropes and fittings; - cranes which are to be included in class by the class society; - minimum ambient operating temperatures no less than −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 19354:2016 specifies the general requirements for marine cranes of metal construction. It is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. It is not applicable to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand-powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

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ISO 3078:2016 specifies the general requirements of cargo winches on cargo derricks, particularly electric drive or hydraulic drive.

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ISO 19356:2016 describes the required tests and the testing procedures for marine cranes of metal construction. ISO 19356:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine cranes: - deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions; - floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions; - engine room cranes, provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions. NOTE Marine cranes in other types can refer to this document. ISO 19356:2016 does not apply to the following: - minimum ambient operating temperatures below −20 °C; - maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C; - loads from accidents or collisions; - lifting operations below sea level; - transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes; - lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load; - lifting operations involving more than one crane; - hand-powered cranes; - emergency rescue operations; - shore-side cargo handling cranes; - portable cranes on board; - lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders, and pilot ladders; - launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats; - gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances. Cranes defined in this document are intended to comply with the requirements of class societies and flag states. It is also intended that reference be made to ILO and particularly the convention No. 152. Applicable regulations are those issued by the responsible classification societies and it is intended that national authorities be complied with.

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ISO 16857:2013 specifies the types and basic parameters, technical requirements, marking, storage, and transportation, use and maintenance of shackles, loose gear of lifting appliances on ships. ISO 16857:2013 is applicable to lifting appliances on ships.

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ISO 16856:2013 specifies the types and basic parameters, technical requirements, marking, storage, and transportation, use and maintenance of hooks as loose gear of lifting appliances on ships. ISO 16856:2013 is applicable to lifting appliances on ships.

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ISO 16858:2013 specifies the structural types, basic parameters, technical requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, storage, and transportation of sheaves, loose gear of lifting appliances on ships. ISO 16858:2013 is applicable to hot-rolled sheaves of lifting appliances on ships.

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ISO 16855:2013 specifies the general requirements for loose gear of lifting appliances on ships. ISO 16855:2013 is applicable to lifting appliances on ships.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures. The standard is applicable to general-purpose offshore cranes covered by the scope of this European Standard which are manufactured after the date of its publication as EN. This European Standard is not applicable to general-purpose offshore cranes which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN. This European Standard does not cover use of - or hazards relating to the following: a) fabrication, transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane; b) lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load; c) minimum design temperature below -20 °C; d) operations at an ambient temperature above 45 °C; e) lifting operations involving more than one crane; f) accidental loads due to collisions; g) hand powered cranes and other cranes with a rated capacity less than 2 t or outreach less than 8 m; h) emergency rescue operations; (except training) i) subsea lifting operations. The significant hazards covered by this European standard are identified in Clause 4. This European Standard includes requirements for the lifting of personnel by a general-purpose offshore crane.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures.
The standard is applicable to general-purpose offshore cranes covered by the scope of this European Standard which are manufactured after the date of its publication as EN.
This European Standard is not applicable to general-purpose offshore cranes which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN.
This European Standard does not cover use of - or hazards relating to the following:
a)   fabrication, transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   minimum design temperature below −20 °C;
d)   operations at an ambient temperature above 45 °C;
NOTE:   For equipment designed for operation in explosive atmospheres, the normal ambient temperature range is −20 °C to +40 °C, unless otherwise specified and marked. See Annex O and relevant standards indicated for complete information.
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions;
g)   hand powered cranes and other cranes with a rated capacity less than 2 t or outreach less than 8 m;
h)   emergency rescue operations; (except training)
i)   subsea lifting operations.
The significant hazards covered by this European standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard includes requirements for the lifting of personnel by a general-purpose offshore crane.

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This document applies to light offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
NOTE   Supporting pedestal and structures such as columns and boom rests, are covered by this document to the extent where their main purpose is to support the crane.
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel, and fulfil all of the following characteristics:
-   maximum rated capacity 15 tonnes or maximum static load moment 3 000 kNm;
-   limitation for off-board lifting operation up to Hs = 2,0 m and wind speed 15 m/s (3 s gust);
-   maximum number of working cycles class U1 (C ≤ 3,15 × 104) according to EN 13001-1.
This document provides requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to light offshore cranes for lifting of goods and lifting of persons, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is applicable to light offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping, installation or erecting of the crane;
b)   any item attached to the hook, such as loads, non-fixed load lifting attachments, lifting accessories, baskets, carriers and containers;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below −20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads as result of collisions, earthquakes, explosions, etc., which are not covered by exceptional loads defined in Table B.7;
g)   emergency personnel rescue operations (except training);
h)   subsea lifting operations;
i)   general purpose offshore cranes (covered by EN 13852-1), floating cranes and motion compensated cranes.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for floating cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures.
This document applies to cranes manufactured after the date of issue of this document.
This document does not cover:
a)   fabrication, assembly, dismantling or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   design temperature below -20 °C;
d)   operations at an ambient temperature above 50 °C;
e)   cranes covered by the Machinery Directive.
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in clause 4.
This document includes requirements for lifting of persons. The use of cranes for lifting of persons may be subject to specific national regulations. Where National Authorities permit the use of a floating crane for the lifting of persons, the crane would at least need to fulfil the requirements of this standard and be adopted in accordance with the relevant National regulations for the lifting of persons.

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Migrated from Progress Sheet (TC Comment) (2000-07-10): Decision to proceed with the FV taken during the 6th meeting (RES. 51/1996)

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Lays down requirements for design, installation and inspection. It is necessary to ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules and regulations as may be applicable to any individual ship as well as with lift safety codes.

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Specifies requirements and characteristics of single-drum and double-drum trawl winches with electric, electro-hydraulic, hydraulic diesel or externally powered drive.

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Specifies requirements for cranes powered by electric or hydraulic systems or reciprocating international combustion engines. Cranes are capable of hoisting, lowering, level luffing or slewing cargo. All functions may be performed seperatly or simultaneously, as agreed between the manufacturer and parchaiser. Magnet and grabbing types, details for the type of mounting, twin jib crane, lelescopic jip crane, offshore operating crane are not included.

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Defines types of assemblies and specifies dimensions and materials of components for derrick boom gooseneck bearings of conventional derrick design to be fitted on-board ships for cargo handling purposes. Does not apply to special types of derricks.

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Specifies dimensions and materials. Trunnion pieces are divided into three types: type A with a single lower eye, type B with a centrally-located eye and type C with two eyes, one upper and one lower.

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Lays down the main dimensions for interchangeability and the materials for eyes, forks and associated bolts or pins for components subject to tension load. Is not applicable to components subject to compressive thrust or torsional loads.

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Lays down the main dimensions for interchangeability and the materials for forks and associated bolts or pins for derrick boom heel fittings.

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Lays down requirements for design, installation and inspection. It is necessary to ensure compliance with such statutory requirements, rules and regulations as may be applicable to any individual ship as well as with lift safety codes.

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Specifies dimensions and materials. Guidance information on the positioning of the guy eyeplate (eyeplate according to ISO 8146) on the derrick boom is given in the annex.

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Lays down the dimensions and materials of oval eyeplates primarily intended for mounting on ships' decks and as guy eyeplates on ships' derrick booms for cargo handling purposes.

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This document applies to general purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
This document is applicable to general purpose offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel.
This document provides requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to general purpose offshore cranes, for lifting of goods and lifting of persons, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is applicable to general purpose offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping, installation or erecting of the crane;
b)   any item attached to the hook, such as loads, non-fixed load lifting attachments, lifting accessories, baskets, carriers and containers;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below - 20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   accidental loads as result of collisions, earthquakes, explosions, etc., which are not covered by exceptional loads defined in Table B.7 ;
f)   floating cranes (covered by EN13852-2), light offshore cranes (covered by FprEN13852-3) and 2D/3D motion compensated cranes;
g)   subsea lifting operations;
h)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
i)   emergency rescue operations (except training).

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures and lifting of personnel.
The standard applies to cranes manufactured after the date of issue.
This European Standard does not cover the hazards involved with or the use of the following:
a)   fabrication, transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   design temperature below – 40°C;
d)   operations at an ambient temperature above 40°C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions;
g)   hand powered cranes and other cranes with a rated capacity less than 2 t or outreach less than 8 meters
h)   rescue operations;
i)   subsea lifting operations.
The significant hazards covered by this European standard are identified in Clause 4.
Where National Authorities permit the use of general-purpose offshore crane for the lifting of personnel, the crane would at least need to fulfil the requirements of this standard.

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This document applies to general purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals and structures.
This document is applicable to general purpose offshore cranes, whose structures are made of steel.
This document provides requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to general purpose offshore cranes, for lifting of goods and lifting of persons, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the risk assessment (see Clause 4).
This document is applicable to general purpose offshore cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this document.
This document is not applicable for:
a)   transportation, assembly, disabling, scrapping, installation or erecting of the crane;
b)   any item attached to the hook, such as loads, non-fixed load lifting attachments, lifting accessories, baskets, carriers and containers;
c)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures below - 20 °C;
d)   lifting operations in ambient temperatures above 45 °C;
e)   accidental loads as result of collisions, earthquakes, explosions, etc., which are not covered by exceptional loads defined in Table B.7 ;
f)   floating cranes (covered by EN13852-2), light offshore cranes (covered by FprEN13852-3) and 2D/3D motion compensated cranes;
g)   subsea lifting operations;
h)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
i)   emergency rescue operations (except training).

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures and lifting of personnel.
The standard applies to cranes manufactured after the date of issue.
This European Standard does not cover the hazards involved with or the use of the following:
a)   fabrication, transportation, assembly, dismantling, disabling, scrapping or changing the configuration of the crane;
b)   lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c)   design temperature below – 40°C;
d)   operations at an ambient temperature above 40°C;
e)   lifting operations involving more than one crane;
f)   accidental loads due to collisions;
g)   hand powered cranes and other cranes with a rated capacity less than 2 t or outreach less than 8 meters
h)   rescue operations;
i)   subsea lifting operations.
The significant hazards covered by this European standard are identified in Clause 4.
Where National Authorities permit the use of general-purpose offshore crane for the lifting of personnel, the crane would at least need to fulfil the requirements of this standard.

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This document specifies terms and definitions relating to dredgers, with the aim of giving clear enough
definitions for every term for them to be understood by all specialists.
This document is applicable only to equipment which is used for the construction and maintenance of
navigable waterways and the extraction of soil and rocks.
The terms specified in this document are intended to be used in documentation of all kinds. Certain
standardized terms are also given with their abridged version; these can be used in cases where no
possibility of misinterpretation can arise.
A combination of terms is allowed in application.

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This International Standard specifies terms and definitions relating to dredgers, with the aim of giving clear
enough definitions for every term for them to be understood by all specialists.
It applies only to equipment which is used for the creation and maintenance of navigable waterways and the
extraction of soil.
The terms specified in this International Standard are intended to be used in documentation of all kinds.
Use of synonyms for the standardized terms, which are generally not included in this
Standard, is not recommended. Certain standardized terms are also given with
their abridged version: these may be used in cases where no possibility of
misinterpretation can arise.
Combination of terms are allowed in application.
In cases when a definition contains a term defined elsewhere in the Standard,
the corresponding item number follows in brackets.

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This standard provides a single classification for all types of dredgers designed for loosening, raising, transporting and disposing of dredged material.

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This standard applies to swing derricks used on inland navigation vessels. It specifies requirements and test conditions which have to be observed for safety reasons. Swing derricks are used for transfer of crew members ashore and back to the vessel for laying out ropes during mooring and unmooring operations, particularly when the vessel is close to canal or river banks and when no other safe means of getting ashore in those cases is possible.

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This standard applies to swing derricks used on inland navigation vessels. It specifies requirements and test conditions which have to be observed for safety reasons. Swing derricks are used for transfer of crew members ashore and back to the vessel for laying out ropes during mooring and unmooring operations, particularly when the vessel is close to canal or river banks and when no other safe means of getting ashore in those cases is possible.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures.
This standard applies to cranes manufactured after the date of issue of this standard.
This European Standard does not cover:
a) Fabrication, assembly, dismantling or changing the configuration of the crane;
b) Lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c) Sub-sea lifting operations;
d) Design temperature below -20 °C;
e) Operations at an ambient temperature above 40 °C;
f) Lifting operations involving more than one crane;
g) Transportation of the crane;
h) Loads due to earthquake;
i) Cranes on seagoing vessels, excluded from the scope of the Machinery Directive.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
This standard includes requirements for the lifting of personnel.
Where National Authorities permit the use of a general-purpose offshore crane for the lifting of personnel, the crane would at least need to fulfil the requirements of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for general-purpose offshore cranes including their supporting pedestals or structures.
This standard applies to cranes manufactured after the date of issue of this standard.
This European Standard does not cover:
a) Fabrication, assembly, dismantling or changing the configuration of the crane;
b) Lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the hook and the load;
c) Sub-sea lifting operations;
d) Design temperature below -20 °C;
e) Operations at an ambient temperature above 40 °C;
f) Lifting operations involving more than one crane;
g) Transportation of the crane;
h) Loads due to earthquake;
i) Cranes on seagoing vessels, excluded from the scope of the Machinery Directive.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
This standard includes requirements for the lifting of personnel.
Where National Authorities permit the use of a general-purpose offshore crane for the lifting of personnel, the crane would at least need to fulfil the requirements of this standard.

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Specifies the characteristics of cargo winches on cargo derricks, especially winches with electric or hydraulic drive.

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