Code for Lifting Appliances in a Marine Environment
LR Code for Lifting Appliances in a Marine Environment 1 July 2023 can be accessed via Regs4Ship; approved rule changes have updated these.
This Code is applicable to marine lifting appliances, including:
Where these are installed on ships or offshore units for the following purposes:
on ships, for handling cargo, equipment and personnel;
on barges and pontoons, e.g. a floating crane;
on fixed or mobile offshore installations for transferring equipment;
on ships or fixed or mobile offshore installations for handling manned submersibles and diving systems;
on ships, for transferring goods or personnel from one deck level to another;
on ships and offshore installations for evacuation in an abandoned ship/installation situation.
Further chapters outline testing, marking, surveys and documentation requirements.
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Any notices to the Rules published with additions or amendments can be downloaded here.ContentsDerrick Systems:Launch and Recovery Appliances for Survival Craft and Rescue Boats:Cranes and Submersible Lifting Appliances:Shiplift and Transfer Systems:Ro-Ro Access Equipment: Lifts: Fittings, Loose Gear and Ropes: Machinery:Electrotechnical Systems: Materials and Fabrication: