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ESTA - ANSI/ESTA E1.4-1 - ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY - MANUAL COUNTERWEIGHT RIGGING SYSTEMS Organization: ESTA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Powered Rigging This standard does not apply to any powered equipment used in conjunction with manual counterweight systems. Powered rigging equipment shall conform to the requirements of ANSI E1.6-1, -2, -3, and -4 as applicable to the specific powered rigging equipment and application.
ASME - ANSI N45.2.15 - HOISTING, RIGGING, AND TRANSPORTING OF ITEMS FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS (SEE ALSO NQA-1 AND NQA-2) Organization: ASME
Date: 1981-05-15
Description: This Standard provides requirements and guidelines for the design, manufacture, acceptance, testing, and use of hoisting, rigging, and transporting equipment to maintain the quality of safety-related nuclear power plant items which require special handling from the time these safety-related items are delivered to the point of receipt for the plant until the operating phase of the plant.
TIA-5053 - MOUNTING SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION Organization: TIA
Date: 2017-10-01
Description: All construction activities, including maintenance, associated with a mounting system shall be defined in a rigging plan and shall be supervised on-site by a Competent Rigger in accordance with ANSI/ASSE A10.48, “Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communication Structures” (ASSE A10.48).
TIA-322 - LOADING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN CRITERIA RELATED TO THE INSTALLATION, ALTERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMUNICATION STRUCTURES - EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017 Organization: TIA
Date: 2016-08-22
Description: The scope of this Standard is limited to providing engineering criteria to evaluate strength and stability requirements related to the installation, alteration and maintenance of communication structures, based on construction loads as defined in a rigging plan prepared in accordance with the ANSI/ASSE A10.48 standard. Additionally, the scope includes design criteria for lifting devices and the generation of their load charts.
TIA/ASSE COMM TOWER SET - LOADING, ANALYSIS, DESIGN CRITERIA, AND SAFETY PRACTICES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, DEMOLITION, ALTERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMUNICATION STRUCTURES - THIS SET CONTAINS: TIA-322 AND ANSI/ASSE 10.48 Organization: TIA
Date: 2016-08-22
Description: This set contains: TIA-322 The scope of this Standard is limited to providingengineering criteria to evaluate strength and stability requirements related tothe installation, alteration and maintenance of communication structures, basedon construction loads as defined in a rigging plan prepared in accordance withthe ANSI/ASSE A10.48 standard. Additionally, the scope includes design criteriafor lifting devices and the generation of their load charts.
ASSP - ANSI A10.48 - CRITERIA FOR SAFETY PRACTICES WITH THE CONSTRUCTION, DEMOLITION, MODIFICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMUNICATION STRUCTURES AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION OPERATIONS Organization: ASSP
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: At a minimum, all construction activities on communication structures involving cranes shall include direct communication with the crane company and/or operator to establish rigging plan requirements and key designated personnel to ensure individual roles and responsibilities are fully understood.
UL 334 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR THEATER LIGHTING DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-07-26
Description: Equipment within the scope of this Outline includes: a) Theater switchboards with or without dimming modules; b) Dimmer modules for use within theater switchboards; and c) Enclosed dimmers for direct connection to the supply and lighting circuits. d) Enclosed wireway dimmers mounted on rigging (a network of lines and chains used for support and manipulation of scenery and equipment) or to the building structure above or adjacent to the luminaires it supplies.
ASME B30.29 - SELF-ERECTING TOWER CRANES SAFETY STANDARD FOR CABLEWAYS, CRANES, DERRICKS, HOISTS, HOOKS, JACKS, AND SLINGS Organization: ASME
Date: 2018-03-13
Description: As of the date of issuance of this Volume, the B30 Standard comprises the following volumes: B30.1 Jacks, Industrial Rollers, Air Casters, and Hydraulic Gantries B30.2 Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single or Multiple Girder, Top Running Trolley Hoist) B30.3 Tower Cranes B30.4 Portal and Pedestal Cranes B30.5 Mobile and Locomotive Cranes B30.6 Derricks B30.7 Winches B30.8 Floating Cranes and Floating Derricks B30.9 Slings B30.10 Hooks B30.11 Monorails and Underhung Cranes (withdrawn 2017 — requirements found in B30.17) B30.12 Handling Loads Suspended From Rotorcraft B30.13 Storage/Retrieval (S/R) Machines and Associated Equipment B30.14 Side Boom Tractor B30.15 Mobile Hydraulic Cranes (withdrawn 1982 — requirements found in latest revision of B30.5) B30.16 Overhead Underhung and Stationary Hoists B30.17 Cranes and Monorails (With Underhung Trolley or Bridge) B30.18 Stacker Cranes (Top or Under Running Bridge, Multiple Girder With Top or Under Running Trolley Hoist) B30.19 Cableways B30.20 Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices B30.21 Lever Hoists B30.22 Articulating Boom Cranes B30.23 Personnel Lifting Systems B30.24 Container Cranes B30.25 Scrap and Material Handlers B30.26 Rigging Hardware B30.27 Material Placement Systems B30.28 Balance Lifting Units B30.29 Self-Erecting Tower Cranes B30.30 Ropes1 B30.31 Self-Propelled, Towed, or Remote-Controlled Hydraulic Platform Transporters1 B30.32 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Used in Inspection, Testing, Maintenance, and Lifting Operations1 PURPOSE The B30 Standard is intended to (a) prevent or minimize injury to workers, and otherwise provide for the protection of life, limb, and property by prescribing safety requirements (b) provide direction to manufacturers, owners, employers, users, and others concerned with, or responsible for, its application (c) guide governments and other regulatory bodies in the development, promulgation, and enforcement of appropriate safety directives 1 This volume is currently in the development process.

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