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The basic operational and rigging safety requirements for CAT 3 crane operations are identified in the......
The purpose of the NAVFAC P-307 is to...
Ensure optimum service life
Maintain safety and reliability
Ensure safe crane and rigging operations
Provide standards for crane operations and rigging
Training can be found in Section 14 of the NAVFAC P-307.
NAVFAC P-307 applies to:
Navy Shore Activities
Naval Construction Forces
- Naval Construction Training Centers
Naval Special Operating Units
NAVFAC P-307 meets or exceeds all OSHA regulations that apply to the operation of cranes.
NAVFAC P-307 provides requirements for Weight Handling Equipment (WHE), including:
Maintenance (including Repairs and Alterations)
Training and Licensing
Rigging Gear Use
NAVFAC P-307 provides requirements for documentation of maintenance and inspection, including:
Type and frequency of inspection
load bearing parts
load controlling parts
operational safety devices
Repairs and alterations made to cranes
Minimum requirements for record keeping
NAVFAC P-307 covers
Crane Categories 1,2,3,4
Rigging gear is covered in section 14 of the NAVFAC P-307.
Detailed descriptions of the cranes are included in what section of the NAVFAC P-307?
Section 1 also lists types of cranes used at naval shore based activities .
Illustrations of individual crane types can be found in section 6.
False. They can be found in Appendix B.
The standards defined in the P-307....
Meet or exceed all OSHA regulations that apply to operating a crane.
Category 1 Cranes include:
Aircraft Crash Cranes
Mobile Boat Hoists
Rubber Tire Gantry Cranes
Portable manual and powered hoists are covered in
Section 14 of the NAVFAC P-307.
Category 2 Cranes have a capacity of ??? lbs. or greater
Category 3 Cranes have a capacity of less than ??? lbs.
Category 4 Cranes may have:
Commercial truck mounted cranes [described in ASME B30.5] and articulating boom cranes [described in ASME B30.22] of all capacities are Category ??????? cranes and require a licensed operator - even if the crane is down rated for administrative purposes."
Cat 1, Cat 2, cab-operated Cat 3, and Cat 4 operators must be trained and licensed according to......
Sections 6, 7, and 8.
Licenses are required to operate non-cab operated Cat 3 cranes.
A license is required to operate.....
Category 1,2, and 4 cranes and cab operated category 3 cranes.
Category 2 and Category 3 cranes are separated by:
Section 13 of NAVFAC P-307 provides training and qualification requirements for personnel involved in the management of Navy Weight Handling Equipment.
Section ????? of NAVFAC P-307 provides maintenance, inspection, and test requirements for rigging gear and miscellaneous equipment not covered in sections 2 through 11.
NAVFAC P-307 uses the term Weight Handling Equipment to refer to:
All cranes and rigging gear.
What is the category of a mobile crane with a 10,000 lbs. capacity?
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