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                CraneSafe does not determine the commercial arrangements between independent endorsed assessors and CraneSafe program users.  CraneSafe has estimated the time that should be allocated for an assessor to complete a CraneSafe assessment for each type of crane to assist CraneSafe program users in budgeting time and resources.  These estimates are based on crane availability, operator availability and test weight availability at the time of assessment.  PDF Icon

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                Industry regulated safety standards

                The mobile crane industry initiated a voluntary crane assessment program throughout Australia. Developed in consultation with the mobile crane industry as a whole, the program aims to augment existing safety standards with annual assessments of mobile cranes now being made by CraneSafe (a division of the Crane Industry Council of Australia).

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