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Policies Part 14 Contents

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

R14.5-1 RE: Cranes and Hoists - General Requirements - Rated Capacity Indication (Bridge Cranes) [Deleted]
R14.11-1 RE: Cranes and Hoists - General Requirements - Support Structure (Hoist Load Capacity Not to Exceed Hoist Support Structure) [Deleted]

TOWER CRANES

R14.81-1 RE: Cranes and Hoists - Tower Cranes - Limit Devices [Deleted]

Policies Part 14 - General Requirements

Policy Item R14.5-1
RE: Cranes and Hoists - General Requirements - Rated Capacity Indication (Bridge Cranes)

Policy deleted consequential to May 1, 2017 Regulatory Amendments.

Policy Item R14.11-1
RE: Cranes and Hoists - General Requirements - Support Structure (Hoist Load Capacity Not to Exceed Hoist Support Structure)

Policy deleted consequential to May 1, 2017 Regulatory Amendments.

Policies Part 14 - Tower Cranes

Policy Item R14.81-1
RE: Cranes and Hoists - Tower Cranes - Limit Devices

Policy deleted consequential to May 1, 2017 Regulatory Amendments.

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