Hoist Lock Off Procedure

On this project, they have 10 hoists distributed in 4 common towers operating from ground floor level up to level 20, spread across 6 buildings. However, they also have 6 cranes sitting on top of the cores.

Understanding the risk of clash created by having hoists and crane lifting at the same time, in order to control the risk and avoid accidents, they have implement a hoist lock off procedure.

The procedure has been in place since installation of first hoist on the project and has been successful.

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