Overhead Crane

minimum clearance distance above overhead crane

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Summary

OSHA considers the two inch clearance requirement for 29 CFR 1910.179(b)(6)(i) to be a minimum distance. If your client cannot meet and maintain the specified clearance it would be in violation of the standard.1910.179 – Overhead and gantry cranes. | […]

minimum clearance distance above overhead crane

OSHA considers the two inch clearance requirement for 29 CFR 1910.179(b)(6)(i) to be a minimum distance. If your client cannot meet and maintain the specified clearance it would be in violation of the standard.

1910.179 – Overhead and gantry cranes. | Occupational Safety

Minimum clearance of 3 inches overhead and 2 inches laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc., Specification No. 61, which is incorporated by reference as specified in §1910.6 (formerly the Electric Overhead Crane Institute, Inc).

OSHA 1910.179(b)(6)(i) Overhead and Gantry Cranes states that, “a minimum clearance of 3” overhead and 2” laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers of America, Inc., Specification No. 61.”

Minimum clearance of 3 inches overhead and 2 inches laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc, Specification No. 61, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6, (formerly the Electric Overhead Crane Institute, Inc).

Determine lines voltage and minimum approach distance permitted under Table A* with additional encroachment prevention measures as defined in 1926.1407,.1408 and .1409 TABLE A – Minimum Clearance Distances While in Operation Crane Power Line Clearance Requirements Sticker size is 10 inches by 5 1/2 inches.

Is this sufficient to establish a work zone that will keep the crane at the minimum clearance distance, or are the additional flags shown in Example 2a also needed? Response 3: The two flags shown in Example 2 are sufficient as long as the operator understands their purpose.

Overhead crane terminology | Konecranes

CLEARANCE: The minimum distance from any part of the crane to the point of nearest obstruction. COLLECTORS, CURRENT: Contacting devices for collecting current from runway or bridge conductors. CONDUCTORS, BRIDGE: The electrical conductors located along the bridge structure of a crane that transmit control signals and power to the trolley(s).

OSHA considers the two inch clearance requirement for 29 CFR 1910.179(b)(6)(i) to be a minimum distance. If your client cannot meet and maintain the specified clearance it would be in violation of the standard.

Minimum clearance of 3 inches overhead and 2 inches laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc., Specification No. 61, which is incorporated by reference as specified in §1910.6 (formerly the Electric Overhead Crane Institute, Inc).

OSHA 1910.179(b)(6)(i) Overhead and Gantry Cranes states that, “a minimum clearance of 3” overhead and 2” laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers of America, Inc., Specification No. 61.”

Minimum clearance of 3 inches overhead and 2 inches laterally shall be provided and maintained between crane and obstructions in conformity with Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc, Specification No. 61, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6, (formerly the Electric Overhead Crane Institute, Inc).

Crane Power Line Clearance Requirements Sticker

Determine lines voltage and minimum approach distance permitted under Table A* with additional encroachment prevention measures as defined in 1926.1407,.1408 and .1409 TABLE A – Minimum Clearance Distances While in Operation Crane Power Line Clearance Requirements Sticker size is 10 inches by 5 1/2 inches.

Is this sufficient to establish a work zone that will keep the crane at the minimum clearance distance, or are the additional flags shown in Example 2a also needed? Response 3: The two flags shown in Example 2 are sufficient as long as the operator understands their purpose.

CLEARANCE: The minimum distance from any part of the crane to the point of nearest obstruction. COLLECTORS, CURRENT: Contacting devices for collecting current from runway or bridge conductors. CONDUCTORS, BRIDGE: The electrical conductors located along the bridge structure of a crane that transmit control signals and power to the trolley(s).