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The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998

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Regulation 10(1)

SCHEDULE 1INFORMATION TO BE CONTAINED IN A REPORT OF A THOROUGH EXAMINATION

1.  The name and address of the employer for whom the thorough examination was made.

2.  The address of the premises at which the thorough examination was made.

3.  Particulars sufficient to identify the lifting equipment including where known its date of manufacture.

4.  The date of the last thorough examination.

5.  The safe working load of the lifting equipment or (where its safe working load depends on the configuration of the lifting equipment) its safe working load for the last configuration in which it was thoroughly examined.

6.  In relation to the first thorough examination of lifting equipment after installation or after assembly at a new site or in a new location—

(a)that it is such thorough examination;

(b)(if such be the case) that it has been installed correctly and would be safe to operate.

7.  In relation to a thorough examination of lifting equipment other than a thorough examination to which paragraph 6 relates—

(a)whether it is a thorough examination—

(i)within an interval of 6 months under regulation 9(3)(a)(i);

(ii)within an interval of 12 months under regulation 9(3)(a)(ii);

(iii)in accordance with an examination scheme under regulation 9(3)(a)(iii); or

(iv)after the occurrence of exceptional circumstances under regulation 9(3)(a)(iv);

(b)(if such be the case) that the lifting equipment would be safe to operate.

8.  In relation to every thorough examination of lifting equipment—

(a)identification of any part found to have a defect which is or could become a danger to persons, and a description of the defect;

(b)particulars of any repair, renewal or alteration required to remedy a defect found to be a danger to persons;

(c)in the case of a defect which is not yet but could become a danger to persons—

(i)the time by which it could become such danger;

(ii)particulars of any repair, renewal or alteration required to remedy it;

(d)the latest date by which the next thorough examination must be carried out;

(e)where the thorough examination included testing, particulars of any test;

(f)the date of the thorough examination.

9.  The name, address and qualifications of the person making the report; that he is self-employed or, if employed, the name and address of his employer.

10.  The name and address of a person signing or authenticating the report on behalf of its author.

11.  The date of the report.

Regulation 17

SCHEDULE 2REVOCATION OF INSTRUMENTS

(1)(2)(3)
TitleReferenceExtent of revocation
The Quarries (General) Regulations 1956S.I. 1956/1780Regulations 13 and 14.
The Quarries (Ropeways and Vehicles) Regulations 1958S.I. 1958/2110The whole Regulations.
The Shipbuilding and Ship-repairing Regulations 1960S.I. 1960/1932In regulation 3 the definitions of “lifting appliance” and “lifting gear”; regulations 21 and 31 to 47.
The Shipbuilding (Particulars of Annealing) Order 1961S.I. 1961/117The whole order.
The Shipbuilding (Lifting Appliances, etc., Forms) Order 1961S.I. 1961/431The whole order.
The Construction (Lifting Operations) Regulations 1961S.I. 1961/1581The whole Regulations.
The Construction (Lifting Operations) Reports Order 1962S.I. 1962/225The whole order.
The Construction (Lifting Operations) Prescribed Particulars Order 1962S.I. 1962/226The whole order.
The Hoists Exemption Order 1962S.I. 1962/715The whole order.
The Hoists Exemption (Amendment) Order 1967S.I. 1967/759The whole order.
The Offices, Shops and Railway Premises (Hoists and Lifts) Regulations 1968S.I. 1968/849The whole Regulations.
The Offshore Installations (Operational Safety, Health and Welfare) Regulations 1976S.I. 1976/1019The whole Regulations.
The Hoists and Lifts (Metrication) Regulations 1983S.I. 1983/1579The whole Regulations.
The Construction (Metrication) Regulations 1984S.I. 1984/1593The whole Regulations.
The Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Modifications) Regulations 1989S.I. 1989/1141The whole Regulations.
The Lifting Plant and Equipment (Records of Test and Examination etc.) Regulations 1992S.I. 1992/195The whole Regulations.
The Construction (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1996S.I. 1996/1592Paragraph 3 of Schedule 9.

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