This document specifies minimum requirements for design, calculation, examinations and tests of hydraulic powered loader cranes and their mountings on vehicles or static foundations.
This document applies to loader cranes designed to be installed on:
-   road vehicles, including trailers, with load carrying capability;
-   tractors (road or agricultural), where only a towed trailer has capability to carry goods;
-   demountable bodies to be carried by any of the above;
-   other types of carriers (e.g. separate loaders, crawlers, rail vehicles, non-seagoing vessels);
-   static foundations.
This document also applies to loader cranes equipped with special tools or interchangeable equipment (e.g. grapple, clamshell bucket, pallet clamp, etc.), as specified in the operator’s manual.
This document does not apply to loader cranes used on board sea going vessels or to articulated boom system cranes which are designed as total integral parts of special equipment such as forwarders.
The hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE   The use of cranes for lifting of persons can be subject to specific national regulations.
This document is not applicable to loader cranes manufactured before the publication of this document. For loader cranes designed before the publication of this document, the provisions concerning stress calculations in the version of EN 12999 that was valid at the time of their design, are still applicable.

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This document is applicable to the design, information for use, maintenance and testing of power driven hoists, compact or open construction, with or without trolleys for which the prime mover is an electric, hydraulic or pneumatic motor. They are designed for the lifting and lowering of loads that are suspended on hooks or other load lifting attachments. Hoists can be used either in cranes, in other machines, e.g. rail dependent storage and retrieval equipment, monorail conveyors or by itself.
This document is applicable to the following types of hoist:
a)   rope hoist;
b)   chain hoist;
c)   belt hoist, except belt hoist with steel belts as hoisting media;
d)   NGL building hoists including supporting structures;
e)   Winches used for lifting operation.
This document is not applicable of the following hazards:
f)   this document does not cover hazards related to builders hoists for the transport of goods as defined in Noise Outdoor Directive (OND) 2000/14/EC;
g)   this document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
This document does not specify additional requirements for hazards related to the use of hoists in explosive atmospheres in underground mines.
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document is not applicable to power driven hoists that are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This document is to be used together with EN 13001-1 and EN 13001-2 and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent mechanical hazards of cranes by design and theoretical verification.
NOTE 1 Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
This document covers bearings in cranes. It is not intended for bearings being part of standard components, e.g. gearboxes, motors - however those bearings shall be designed using load actions from EN 13001-2 and classification parameters of EN 13001-1.
NOTE 2 EN 13001-3-7 is under preparation for gears and gearboxes and deals with load actions for bearings in gear boxes.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. Clauses 4 to 7 of this document are necessary to reduce or eliminate risks associated with the following hazards:
- exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
- exceeding temperature limits of material or components;
- elastic instability of the crane or its parts (buckling, bulging).
This document is not applicable to cranes which are manufactured before the date of its publication as an EN and serves as reference base for the European Standards for particular crane types (see Annex D).
NOTE EN 13001-3-4 deals only with limit state method in accordance with EN 13001-1.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the design and selection of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment used in all types of cranes and their associated fixed load lifting attachments with the objectives of protecting personnel from hazards affecting their health and safety and of ensuring reliability of function.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of cranes, and for load lifting attachments, are given in the appropriate European Standard.
The electrical equipment covered by this European Standard commences at the point of connection of the supply to the crane (the crane supply switch) including systems for power supply and control feeders situated outside the crane, e.g. flexible cables, conductor wires or bars, electric motors and cableless controls.
The principles to be applied for cranes transporting hazardous loads are given in this standard. Particular requirements are given for cranes transporting hot molten metal.
The standard does not cover the detail design of individual items of equipment except with regard to their selection for specific aspects of use.
In general, the proof of competence calculations and related strength requirements or safety margins of equipment and components are not covered by this standard. These questions are covered in EN 13001 parts 1 and 2, and in the EN 13001-3 series that is partly under preparation (see Annex A). Exceptionally, some safety margins are given here for items not covered in EN 13001-series.
Hazards due to noise are not covered by this standard. They are addressed in safety standards specific to each type of crane.
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionising radiation, and operation in electromagnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000-6-2 are not covered by this European Standard.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard is not applicable to cranes, which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies general principles and requirements to be used together with EN 13001 2 and the EN 13001 3 series of standards, and as such they specify conditions and requirements on design to prevent mechanical hazards of cranes, and a method of verification of those requirements.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during normal use and foreseeable misuse. Clause 4 of this European Standard is necessary to reduce or eliminate the risks associated with the following hazards:
a)   instability of the crane or its parts (tilting);
b)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
c)   elastic instability of the crane or its parts (buckling, bulging);
d)   exceeding temperature limits of material or components;
e)   exceeding the deformation limits.
This European Standard is applicable to cranes which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard and serves as reference base for the European Standards for particular crane types.

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This European Standard is to be used together with EN 13001 1 and EN 13001 2 and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent mechanical hazards of wheel/rail contacts of cranes by design and theoretical verification. This European Standard covers requirements for steel and cast iron wheels and is applicable for metallic wheel/rail contacts only.
Roller bearings are not in the scope of this European Standard.
Exceeding the limits of strength is a significant hazardous situation and hazardous event that could result in risks to persons during normal use and foreseeable misuse. Clause 5 to Clause 6 of this European Standard are necessary to reduce or eliminate the risks associated with this hazard.
This European Standard is applicable to cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval of this European Standard by CEN, and serves as a reference base for product standards of particular crane types.
This European Standard is for design purposes only and should not be seen as a guarantee of actual performance.
EN 13001-3-3 deals only with limit state method in accordance with EN 13001-1.

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This European Standard is to be used together with EN 13001 1 and EN 13001 2 and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent mechanical hazards of wire ropes of cranes by design and theoretical verification.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of cranes are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. Clauses 5 to 6 of this standard are necessary to reduce or eliminate risks associated with the following hazard:
−   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue).
This European Standard is not applicable to cranes which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN and serves as reference base for the European Standards for particular crane types (see Annex C).
EN 13001 3 2 deals only with the limit state method in accordance with EN 13001 1.

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This European Standard is applicable to the design, construction, installation of safety devices, information for use, maintenance and testing of mobile cranes as defined in ISO 4306 2. Examples of mobile crane types are given in Annex A.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   loader cranes (see EN 12999)
-   off-shore cranes (see EN 13852 1)
-   floating cranes (see EN 13852 2)
-   variable reach truck (see EN 1459)
NOTE 1    Variable Reach Trucks are commonly known as telehandlers.
-   mobile self-erecting tower cranes
-   earth-moving machinery used for object handling (see EN 474-series).
This standard does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE 2   The use of mobile cranes for the lifting of persons is subject to specific national regulations.
Mobile cranes covered by this European Standard are designed for a limited number of stress cycles and particular properties of motions, e.g. smooth application of the driving forces and loading conditions according to ISO 4301 2:1985, group A1.
For a duty cycle such as grab, magnet or similar work, additional provisions are required which are outside the scope of this European Standard.
The hazards covered by this European Standard are identified by Annex C.
This document is not applicable to mobile cranes which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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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 European Standard applies to electrically or hydraulically powered slewing jib cranes mounted in one position or free to travel on horizontal rails. It does not apply to wall mounted, pillar, derrick, railway, tower or workshop jib cranes. This European Standard is not applicable to erection, dismantling operations, or changing the configuration of the crane.
This European Standard gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to slewing jib cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionising radiation, and operation in electromagnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000-6-2 are not covered by this European Standard.
This European Standard does not include requirements for the lifting of persons.
This European Standard is applicable to slewing jib cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this European Standard.

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This European Standard applies to baskets suspended on cranes.
This European Standard does not cover the controls for the movement of the basket.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   lifts for crane drivers;
-   moveable cabins.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to suspended baskets, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard is not applicable to suspended baskets which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN.

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This European Standard is applicable to the design, information for use, maintenance and testing of power driven winches for which the prime mover is an electric motor, hydraulic motor, internal combustion motor or pneumatic motor. They are designed for the lifting and lowering of loads which are suspended on hooks or other load handling devices or for the lifting and lowering of loads on inclined planes or the exclusive pulling of loads on planes which are normally horizontal.
NOTE   Within the period of utilization, the place of use of a winch may be variable.
As a rule, a winch is used without any additional transport movement.
This European Standard is applicable to the following types of winch:
a)   rope winches;
b)   chain winches;
c)   belt winches, except steel belts used as hoisting media;
d)   traction winches.
These types of winches a) to d) also include the following specific applications:
-   vehicle recovery winches;
-   winches on boat trailers;
-   forestry winches;
-   winches for stationary offshore applications;
-   winches for drilling applications;
-   winches to be used exclusively for the pulling of loads.
NOTE   Examples are shown in Annex A.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   power-driven hoists in accordance with EN 14492-2;
-   winches for seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units;
-   winches for the lifting of persons;
-   NGL building hoists in accordance with EN 14492-2;
-   winches for the handling of hot molten masses (risk covered by EN 14492-2).
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not specify additional requirements for hazards related to the use of winches in explosive atmospheres in underground works.
This document applies to winches manufactured after approval by CEN with a transitional period of 2 years.

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This document specifies requirements for manually controlled load manipulating devices (herein referred to as manipulators), powered by an energy other than human energy, to assist an operator in the handling of loads.
This document does not cover:
-   mechanically operated balancers that are based on springs or counterweights;
-   manipulating robots;
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
This document does not establish the additional requirements for:
-   operation in severe conditions (e.g. extreme environmental conditions such as : freezer applications, high temperatures, corrosive environment, strong magnetic fields);
-   operation subject to special rules;
-   handling of loads the nature of which could lead to dangerous situations (e.g. molten metal, acids/alkalies, radiating materials, specially brittle loads);
-   hazards occurring during construction, transportation, decommissioning and disposal.
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4. For hazards that are not significant, EN ISO 12100-2 applies.
This document is applicable to manipulators which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the following hand powered lifting equipment defined in clause 3:
   Hand chain blocks;
   Lever hoists;
   Jaw winches;
   Hand powered trolleys supporting lifting machines;
   Drum winches;
   Pulley blocks and deflection pulley.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.
This European Standard does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
This standard does not specify the additional requirements for:
-   use in ambient temperature outside the range of - 10°C to + 50°C,
-   hand powered lifting equipment in direct contact with food stuffs or pharmaceuticals requiring a high level of cleanliness for hygiene reasons;
-   hazards resulting from handling specific hazardous materials (e.g. explosives, hot molten masses, radiating materials);
-   hazards caused by operation in an explosive atmosphere.
This European Standard is applicable to hand powered lifting equipment, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for spreaders used with cranes designed for the purpose of handling ISO containers based on ISO 668 including other lengths such as 45 ft. The connection between the spreader and the container is by the use of twistlocks that engage into the container’s upper corner castings.
The standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to container handling spreaders, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The spreader is interfaced to the crane’s control and safety system.
This European Standard does not cover the following types of spreaders:
-   hand operated spreaders (without external power supply);
-   bottom lift grapple spreaders used for swapbodies and road trailers.
This European Standard does not deal with the lifting of persons.
This European Standard is applicable to spreaders which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements:
-   for tower cranes and
-   for climbing systems used with the tower cranes/masts of tower cranes for which they have been designed. They are classified as external or internal systems.
This European Standard applies to tower cranes for construction work, which are either erected by parts or self erecting cranes.
This European Standard is not applicable to mobile cranes, mobile harbour cranes, crawler cranes, slewing jib cranes, bridge and gantry cranes, offshore cranes, floating cranes, loader cranes, hand operated cranes or railway cranes.
This European Standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to tower cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer. This European Standard specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards (see Clause 4).
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not cover hazards related to:
-   the lifting of persons by the tower crane itself.
The requirements related to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the specific hazards due to external influence on electrical equipment, potentially explosive atmospheres and ionising radiation are not covered by this European Standard.
This European Standard covers hazards related to the lifting of persons using a climbing system.
This European Standard is not applicable to tower cranes !and climbing systems" which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this European Standard.

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This part of EN 12644 specifies requirements for the presentation and content of instruction handbook(s)
supplied by the manufacturer for the use of cranes.
This crane standard has been written to be used in conjunction with other crane standards being prepared by
CEN/TC 147.
NOTE Specific requirements for particular types of crane, are given in the appropriate European Standard for the
particular crane type.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4.
This part of EN 12644 applies to cranes which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this
standard.
This standard does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.

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This part of EN 12644 specifies the requirements for markings, signs and warnings for cranes.
This crane standard has been written to be used in conjunction with other crane standards being prepared by
CEN/TC147.
NOTE : Specific requirements for particular types of crane, are given in the appropriate European Standards
for the particular crane type.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4.
This part of EN 12644 applies to cranes which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this
standard.
This standard does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.

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This European Standard specifies additional requirements for the design of elevating control stations on cranes.
General requirements for control stations on cranes are specified in EN 13557.
This European Standard also specifies requirements for the driving mechanism, the supporting and suspension system and for safety devices for the elevating control station.
This European Standard does not cover hazards which could occur during transport, erection, commissioning, modification, maintenance, de-commissioning or disposal.
This European Standard does not apply to control stations which will move with a load or a load lifting attachment.
This European Standard does not apply to lifts for crane drivers.
This European Standard does not deal with noise hazards because noise due to the movement of the elevating control station is negligible compared to the noise due to the normal operation of the crane.
NOTE    Noise hazards are dealt within the appropriate European Standard for specific crane types.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard is not applicable to elevating control stations which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN.

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This European Standard specifies health and safety design requirements for controls and control stations for all types of crane.
NOTE 1   Control systems are covered by other standards  e.g. EN 60204-32, prEN 13135-1 and prEN 13135-2.
Annex C provides additional value to the requirements for cableless control systems as specified in EN 60204-32.
NOTE 2   Annex C will be deleted after WG 3 agreed to introduce it into their document prEN 13135-1.
NOTE 3   Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
This standard does not deal with noise hazards because these are dealt with in safety standards for specific types of cranes. It also does not address the design of the cabin with regard to its sound insulation properties.
This European Standard covers specific hazards which could occur during the use of controls and control stations. It does not cover hazards which could occur during transport, construction, commissioning, modification, maintenance, de-commissioning or disposal.
The hazards covered by this standard are identified in clause 4.
This European Standard is applicable after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies general requirements for the application and operating parameters of limiting and indicating devices installed on powered cranes.  NOTE: Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.  This European Standard does not cover erection, dismantling operations, or changing the configuration of a crane.  The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in clause 4.  This European Standard  is applicable to cranes which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This document applies to bridge and gantry cranes able to travel by wheels on rails, runways or roadway surfaces, and to gantry cranes without wheels mounted in a stationary position.
NOTE Light crane systems (assembly of lifting devices, crane bridges, trolleys and tracks; wall-mounted, pillar and workshop jib cranes) are covered by EN 16851.
This document specifies requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to bridge and gantry cranes when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
This document does not include requirements for the lifting of persons.
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionising radiation and operation in electromagnetic environment beyond the scope of EN 61000-6-2 are not covered by this document.
This document is applicable to bridge and gantry cranes manufactured after the date of its publication as a European standard.

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This document is to be used together with the other generic parts of EN 13001 series of standards, see Annex E, as well as pertinent crane type product EN standards, and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to, by design and theoretical verification, prevent mechanical hazards of hydraulic cylinders that are part of the load carrying structures of cranes. Hydraulic piping, hoses and connectors used with the cylinders are not within the scope of this document, as well as cylinders made from other material than carbon steel.
NOTE 1   Specific requirements for particular crane types are given in the appropriate European product standards, see Annex E.
The significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during intended use are identified in Annex F. Clauses 4 to 7 of this document provide requirements and methods to reduce or eliminate these risks:
a)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
b)   elastic instability (column buckling).
NOTE 2   EN 13001-3-6 deals only with the limit state method in accordance with EN 13001-1.

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This document specifies load actions and load combinations for the calculation of load effects as basis for the proof of competence of a crane and its main components. It will be used together with the other generic parts of the EN 13001 series of standards, see Annex E. As such they specify conditions and requirements on design to prevent mechanical hazards of cranes and provide a method of verification of those requirements.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European product standards for the particular crane type, see Annex E.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during normal use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. Clause 4 of this document provides means to reduce or eliminate the risks of mechanical failures due to the following:
a)   rigid body instability of the crane or its parts (tilting);
b)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
c)   elastic instability of the crane or its parts or components (buckling, bulging).
The hazards covered by this document are identified by Annex G.
This document is not applicable to cranes that are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN.

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This document specifies the requirements of anti-collision devices and systems installed on tower cranes (as defined in EN 14439) to avoid the risks of collision between several cranes in service, between a crane in use and fixed obstacles, and over prohibited zones.
It also specifies the requirements for working range limiting devices.
Anti-collision devices and systems and working range limiting devices according to this document are safety components.
It applies to anti-collision devices manufactured after the publication of this document.
NOTE   For anti-collision systems used to avoid the risk of collision with power lines, additional requirements might be necessary.
This document defines the safety characteristics and requirements of anti-collision devices and systems intended for installation on self-erecting tower cranes and tower cranes erected from parts.
In particular:
-   performance level;
-   information to be provided by the sensors installed on the crane;
-   operation, particularly in the event of failure, override and free jib slewing states of a crane;
-   type of communication between devices;
-   information for the crane operator and outside indicator.
It also specifies the requirements for marking the device or the system and the content of the instructions for use.
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This document is not applicable to anti-collision devices and systems which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this document.

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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 applies to:
-   light crane systems, either suspended or free-standing systems, where the rated capacity of any single lifting device is 4 t or less;
-   pillar and wall-mounted jib cranes, without an operator's cabin, whose rated capacity is 10 t or less and whose overturning load moment is 500 kNm or less.
NOTE   For illustration of crane types, see Annex B.
This document is not applicable to cranes covered by another product specific crane standard, e.g. EN 15011:2011+A1:2014 or EN 14985:2012.
This document is applicable to cranes and crane systems, whose structures are made of steel or aluminium, excluding aluminium structures containing welded joints.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionizing radiation, operation in electro-magnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000 6 2:2016 and operation in pharmacy or food industry are not covered by this document.
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
This document is applicable to cranes, which are manufactured after the date of its publication by CEN as a European Standard.
This document is not applicable to cranes manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies design requirements for non-powered access installed on cranes.
NOTE 1 For other type of access, a requirement for information to be supplied is specified.
Slidable, retractable means of access are excluded from the scope, except movable hoop guards.
This document covers means of access to control stations and all access required for maintenance, certain erection and dismantling operations.
For those cranes which are intended to be erected and dismantled frequently to change their places of work, specific requirements for the access needed during these operations are not covered by this document and should be given in the appropriate European Standards for specific crane types.
Lighting of means of access is not covered by this document and should be given in the appropriate European Standards for specific crane types.
NOTE 2 Specific requirements for access on particular types of cranes are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
The requirements given in this document do not take into account the safety distances related to:
- guarding against hazard from moving parts;
- relative movement between crane and adjacent structure or the ground/floor;
- hazardous surface temperature;
- electrical equipment.
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4. This document is not applicable to cranes which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this document.

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This European Standard is to be used together with EN 13001-1 and EN 13001-2 and, as such, they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent by design and theoretical verification, mechanical hazards in crane hooks.
This European Standard covers the following parts of hooks and types of hooks:
-   bodies of any type of hooks made of steel forgings;
-   machined shanks of hooks with a thread/nut suspension.
Principles of this European Standard can be applied to machined shanks of hooks in general. However, stress concentration factors relevant to designs not given in this standard would have to be determined and applied.
NOTE 1   Cast hooks and plate hooks, which are those, assembled of one or several parallel parts of rolled steel plates, are not covered in this European Standard.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during normal use and foreseeable misuse. Clauses 4 to 8 of this document are necessary to reduce or eliminate the risks associated with the following hazards:
a)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
b)   exceeding temperature limits of material.
The requirements of this European Standard are stated in the main body of the document and are applicable to forged hook designs in general.
The commonly used hook body and shank designs listed in Annexes A, B and F are only examples and should not be referred to as requirements of this European Standard. Annex I gives guidance for the selection of a hook size, where a hook body is in accordance with Annex A or B. The selection of hook form is not limited to those shown in Annexes A and B.
This European Standard is applicable to cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval of this European Standard by CEN, and serves as a reference base for product standards of particular crane types.
NOTE 2   This part of EN 13001 deals only with the limit state method in accordance with EN 13001-1.
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This document specifies safety requirements for the following non-fixed load lifting attachments for cranes, hoists and manually controlled load manipulating devices:
a)   plate clamps;
b)   vacuum lifters:
1)   self-priming;
2)   non-self-priming (pump, venturi, turbine);
c)   lifting magnets:
1)   electric lifting magnets (battery fed and mains-fed);
2)   permanent lifting magnets;
3)   electro-permanent lifting magnets;
d)   lifting beams;
e)   C-hooks;
f)   lifting forks;
g)   clamps;
h)   lifting insert systems for use in normal weight concrete,
as defined in Clause 3.
This document does not give requirements for:
-   non-fixed load lifting attachments in direct contact with foodstuffs or pharmaceuticals requiring a high level of cleanliness for hygiene reasons;
-   hazards resulting from handling specific hazardous materials (e.g. explosives, hot molten masses, radiating materials);
-   hazards caused by operation in an explosive atmosphere;
-   hazards caused by noise;
-   hazards relating to the lifting of persons;
-   electrical hazards;
-   hazards due to hydraulic and pneumatic components.
For high risk applications not covered by this standard, EN 13001-2:2014, 4.3.2 gives guidance to deal with them.
This document covers the proof of static strength, the elastic stability and the proof of fatigue strength.
This document does not generally applies to attachments intended to lift above people. Some attachments are suitable for that purpose if equipped with additional safety features. In such cases the additional safety features are specified in the specific requirements.
This document does not cover slings, ladles, expanding mandrels, buckets, grabs, or grab buckets. This document does not cover power operated container handling spreaders, which are in the scope of EN 15056.
This document is not applicable to non-fixed load attachments manufactured before the date of its publication.

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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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This document specifies safety requirements:
-   for tower cranes;
-   for climbing systems for tower cranes erected from parts.
This document applies to tower cranes for construction works, which are either erected by parts or self-erecting cranes, including mobile self-erecting tower cranes. Tower cranes for construction works are exclusively equipped with a hook as load-handling device.
Applications when the crane is equipped with a grab or when there is a sudden release of the load, are not covered by this document. This document is not applicable to mobile cranes, mobile harbour cranes, crawler cranes, slewing jib cranes, bridge and gantry cranes, offshore cranes, floating cranes, loader cranes, hand operated cranes or railway cranes.
This document deals with tower cranes to be operated at ambient temperature above -20° C.
This document deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to tower cranes, it is used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards (see Annex A).
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Annex A.
This document covers hazards related to the lifting of persons using a climbing system for tower cranes as defined in clause 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8. The lifting of persons by the tower crane itself is not included.
The requirements related to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the specific hazards due to external influence on electrical equipment, potentially explosive atmospheres and ionising radiation are not covered by this document.
To improve readability, additional requirements for climbing systems are given in Annex E of this document. Additional and specific requirements for mobile self-erecting tower cranes are given in Annex G of this document.
This document is not applicable to tower cranes and climbing systems which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this document.

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This European Standard is to be used together with EN 13001-1, EN 13001-2 and EN 13001-3-1 as well as pertinent crane type product EN standards, and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to, by design and theoretical verification, prevent mechanical hazards of hydraulic cylinders that are part of the load carrying structures of cranes. Hydraulic piping, hoses and connectors used with the cylinders, as well as cylinders made from other material than carbon steel, are not within the scope of this standard.
The following are significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. Clauses 4 to 7 of this standard are necessary to reduce or eliminate risks associated with the following hazards:
a)   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue);
b)   elastic instability (column buckling).
NOTE   EN 13001-3-6 deals only with the limit state method in accordance with EN 13001-1.

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The amendment will cover the following items:
- Scope of EN 13000 to be clarified
- EN 13849 introduction (substitutes EN 954)
- Outrigger monitoring
- Wind on load and out-of-service conditions
- Check efficiency of EN 13000:2010 (RCL) chapter 4.2.6.3.3
- ISO 7752 (the lay out of the controls for crawler cranes is mission in the current version)

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The main aspects that the proposed revision will cover are:
Introduction detailed guidelines for application of EN 13001-
Series: • modification of clause 5.2 • modification of Annex F
• addition of a new annex concerning wind calculation •
addition of a new annex concerning limit stress range

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This draft European Standard is applicable to the design, information for use, maintenance and testing of power driven winches for which the prime mover is an electric motor, hydraulic motor, internal combustion motor or pneumatic motor. Winches are designed for the movement or manipulation of loads supported on level or inclined planes in situations where risks resulting from a failure of the winding mechanism or pulling medium are mitigated by external control measures.
This draft European Standard is not applicable to devices which handle suspended loads.
Generally, a winch is used without any additional transport movement, except in cases where a winch is used on a stranded vehicle for self-recovery of the vehicle.
Applications of winches covered are for example, but not limited to:
a)   rope winches;
b)   belt winches, except steel belts used as pulling media;
c)   traction winches, including double capstan and traction sheave winches.
These types of winches a) to c) also include the following specific applications:
-   vehicle recovery winches;
-   winches on boat trailers;
-   forestry winches;
-   winches for stationary offshore applications;
-   winches for drilling applications.
NOTE   Examples are shown in Annex A.
This European Standard does not apply to:
-   power-driven hoists in accordance with EN 14492 2;
-   winches for seagoing vessels and mobile offshore units;
-   winches for the lifting of persons;
-   NGL building hoists in accordance with EN 14492 2;
-   winches for the handling of hot molten masses.
The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard does not specify additional requirements for hazards related to the use of winches in explosive atmospheres in underground works.
This document applies to winches manufactured after approval by CEN with a transitional period of 2 years.

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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 safety requirements:
-   for tower cranes;
-   for climbing systems used with the masts of tower cranes;
-   for the installation of a powered access systems on tower cranes.
This document applies to tower cranes for construction work, which are either erected by parts or self-erecting cranes, including mobile self-erecting tower cranes. Tower cranes for construction work are exclusively equipped with a hook as load-handling device.
Applications when the crane is not equipped with a hook, or when there is a sudden release of the load, are not covered by this standard. This document is not applicable to mobile cranes, mobile harbour cranes, crawler cranes, slewing jib cranes, bridge and gantry cranes, offshore cranes, floating cranes, loader cranes, hand operated cranes or railway cranes.
This document deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to tower cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer. This document specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards (see Clause 4).
The significant hazards covered by this document are identified in Clause 4.
This European Standard covers hazards related to the lifting of persons using a climbing system. The lifting of persons by the tower crane itself is not included.
The requirements related to Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the specific hazards due to external influence on electrical equipment, potentially explosive atmospheres and ionising radiation are not covered by this document.
This document is not applicable to tower cranes and climbing systems which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this document.

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This document applies to:
-   light crane systems, either suspended or free-standing systems, where the rated capacity of any single lifting device is 4 t or less;
-   pillar and wall-mounted jib cranes, without an operator's cabin, and whose rated capacity is 10 t or less and the maximum slew radius of the load is 5 m or less.
NOTE   For illustration of crane types, see Annex B.
Cranes not falling into the scope of this document should be covered either by another product specific crane standard, e.g. EN 15011 (regarding light crane and free-standing systems) or EN 14985 (regarding jib cranes) or by a combination of horizontal, subject specific crane standards, see Annex D.
This document is applicable to cranes and crane systems, whose structures are made of steel or aluminium, excluding aluminium structures containing welded joints.
This document gives requirements for all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionizing radiation, operation in electro-magnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000-6-2 and operation in pharmacy or food industry are not covered by this document.
This document does not include requirements for the lifting of persons.
This document is applicable to cranes, which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this European Standard.

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This document specifies health and safety design requirements for control devices and control stations for all types of cranes.
Specific requirements for particular types of crane are given in the appropriate European standard for the particular crane type.
Control systems are covered by other standards, e.g. EN 60204-32:2008 and EN 13135:2013+A1:2018.
This document does not deal with noise hazards because these are dealt with in safety standards for specific types of cranes. It also does not address the design of the cabin with regard to its sound insulation properties.
This document covers specific hazards, which could occur during the use of control devices and control stations. It does not cover hazards, which could occur during transport, construction, modification, de-commissioning or disposal. The hazards covered by this standard are identified in Clause 4.
This document is applicable after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the design and selection of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment used in all types of cranes and their associated fixed load lifting attachments with the objectives of protecting personnel from hazards affecting their health and safety and of ensuring reliability of function. NOTE Specific requirements for particular types of cranes, and for load lifting attachments, are given in the appropriate European Standard. The electrical equipment covered by this European Standard commences at the point of connection of the supply to the crane (the crane supply switch) including systems for power supply and control feeders situated outside the crane, e.g. flexible cables, conductor wires or bars, electric motors and cableless controls. The principles to be applied for cranes transporting hazardous loads are given in this standard. Particular requirements are given for cranes transporting hot molten metal. The standard does not cover the detail design of individual items of equipment except with regard to their selection for specific aspects of use. In general, the proof of competence calculations and related strength requirements or safety margins of equipment and components are not covered by this standard. These questions are covered in EN 13001 parts 1 and 2, and in the EN 13001-3 series that is partly under preparation (see Annex A). Exceptionally, some safety margins are given here for items not covered in EN 13001-series. Hazards due to noise are not covered by this standard. They are addressed in safety standards specific to each type of crane. The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, ionising radiation, and operation in electromagnetic fields beyond the range of EN 61000-6-2 are not covered by this European Standard. The significant hazards covered by this European Standard are identified in Clause 4. This European Standard is not applicable to cranes, which are manufactured before the date of publication by CEN of this standard.

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To revise the standard to include non-fixed lifting attachments used during drilling operations.

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Clause 5.3.4: the layout of the clause to be harmonized with EN 14492-2 for clarification
Clause 5.2.1.4.3: the adhesion factor to be harmonized with ISO 8686-1 and forthcoming prEN 13001-2
Clause 5.4.8.5: text to be clarified
Clause 5.6.2.1: the requirements on access for maintenance to be specified
Clause 5.7.4: The colour of the warning light to be harmonized with EN 60204-32
Further items and minor editorial issues.

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This European standard specifies the safety requirements  for the bridge and gantry cranes. This standard is not applicable to runways and other supporting structures.
The standard deals with all significant hazards, hazardous situations and events relevant to bridge and gantry cranes, when used as intended and under conditions foreseen by the manufacturer (see clause 4).
The specific hazards due to potentially explosive atmospheres, underground work, ionizing radiation, and operation in electromagnetic fields beyond the range of EN 50082-2 are not covered by this standard. Also the additional loads due to mounting on a floating or tilting basement are not covered by this standard.
This standard includes requirements for the lifting of persons.
NOTE   The use of cranes for lifting of persons may be subject to specific national regulations.
This European Standard is applicable to bridge and gantry cranes which are manufactured after the date of approval by CEN of this standard.

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This European Standard is to be used together with EN 13001 1 and EN 13001 2 and as such they specify general conditions, requirements and methods to prevent mechanical hazards of wire ropes of cranes by design and theoretical verification.
NOTE   Specific requirements for particular types of cranes are given in the appropriate European Standard for the particular crane type.
The following is a list of significant hazardous situations and hazardous events that could result in risks to persons during intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse. Clauses 5 to 6 of this standard are necessary to reduce or eliminate risks associated with the following hazard:
−   exceeding the limits of strength (yield, ultimate, fatigue).
This European Standard is not applicable to cranes which are manufactured before the date of its publication as EN and serves as reference base for the European Standards for particular crane types (see Annex C).
EN 13001 3 2 deals only with the limit state method in accordance with EN 13001 1.

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The Clause 4.2.1 shall be changed in that way that Table 2 is permanent valid and requirements for other materials shall be added and/or modified. A proposal from Sweden/Austria will be available until June 2012.

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Definition of" loader crane" amended as decided by TC147/WG 1. Clause 5.3 amended to refer to EN 13001-3-1 in accordance with TC147 resolutions 244 and 245/2010. Clause 5.2.2.1 corrected for A2/B2 (see ISO/DIS 15442, clause 4.2.2.1).

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This document applies to mobile cranes as defined in 3.16, with following characteristics:
-   mobile cranes can operate on tyres, crawlers or with other mobile arrangements. In fixed positions, they can be supported by outriggers or other accessories increasing their stability;
-   the superstructure of mobile cranes can be of the type of full circle slewing, of limited slewing or non-slewing. It is normally equipped with one or more hoists and/or hydraulic cylinders for lifting and lowering the boom and the load;
-   mobile cranes can be equipped either with telescopic booms, with articulated booms, with lattice booms - or a combination of these - of such a design that they can readily be lowered;
-   loads can be handled by hook block assemblies or other load-lifting attachments for special services.
This document is applicable to the design, build, installation of safety devices, information for use, maintenance and testing of mobile cranes.
This document is not applicable for the additional hazards related to the mounting a mobile crane on other chassis (e.g. railcars, portals, pontoons). Examples of mobile crane types and their major components are given in Annex A, B.1 and B.2.
This document is not applicable to:
-   loader cranes (see EN 12999);
-   off-shore cranes (see EN 13852-1);
-   floating cranes (see EN 13852-2);
-   slewing jib crane (see EN 14985);
-   variable reach truck (see EN 1459);
NOTE 1   Variable Reach Trucks are commonly known as telehandlers.
-   to cranes, installed on an agricultural tractor, intended to tow a trailer which has capability to carry goods;
-   mobile self-erecting tower cranes (see EN 14439);
-   earth-moving machinery used for object handling (see EN 474-series).
This document does not cover hazards related to the lifting of persons.
NOTE 2   The use of mobile cranes for the lifting of persons is subject to specific national regulations.
This document does not cover hazards related to the combination of a mobile crane with other machinery.
This document does not cover hazards related to the use of the mobile crane in potential explosive atmosphere.
For duty cycle work such as grab, magnet, piling or similar work, additional provisions are required which are outside the scope of this document.
The hazards covered by this document are identified by Annex C.
This document is not applicable to mobile cranes which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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