LOLER (UK): Permit to Work on or in the Vicinity of Overhead Travelling Cranes Mobile App
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The failure and/or misuse of lifting equipment has the potential to cause serious personal injury, significant damage to property and loss of time and money.
How does it work?
Failure of any load-bearing part of any lifting equipment is reportable to the Health and Safety Executive as a Dangerous Occurrence under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (1995) (RIDDOR). The STFC has over 5000 registered items of lifting equipment. The failure and/or misuse of lifting equipment is to a large extent preventable, and STFC aims to proactively manage the risks associated with the purchase, storage and use of lifting equipment and lifting accessories. The LOLER (UK): Permit to Work on or in the Vicinity of Overhead Travelling Cranes mobile app records a permit to work on or in the vicinity of, overhead travelling cranes, their rails or their conductors.