Below are the Tower Crane Technical Information Notes issued by the CPA and HSE in The United Kingdom

  1. Access to Tower Cranes After Commissioning
  2. Raising and Lowering of Small Material
  3. Tower Crane Access Procedures
  4. Installing Wire Ropes on Winch Drums and Storage Reels
  5. Housekeeping on Tower Cranes
  6. Tower Crane Access Ladders
  7. Duty Boards
  8. Tower Crane Edge Protection
  9. Security of Access to the Crane Base
  10. Tower Crane Anti-Collision Systems
  11. Attachment of Floodlights, Illuminated Signs and Christmas Decorations
  12. Tower Crane Access Signage
  13. Rescue of Personnel From Height on Tower Cranes
  14. Pre-Erection Component Checks
  15. Risk Assessment – General Access to Tower Cranes (including for maintenance)
  16. Fall Protection Equipment For Tower Crane Operators
  17. Radio Communication For Lifting Operations
  18. Tower Crane Life
  19. Contract Lifting and Crane Hire when Erecting, Dismantling and Using Tower Cranes on Construction Sites
  20. The Effect of Wind on Tower Cranes In Service
  21. Maintenance Principles for Tower Cranes
  22. The Use of Tag Lines with Tower Cranes
  23. Luffing Jib Tower Cranes – Information and Actions for Owners/Suppliers
  24. Luffing Jib Tower Cranes – Precautions For Users
  25. Luffing Jib Tower Cranes – Precautions for Operators Working at or near Minimum Radius in Strong Winds
  26. Lifting Loads Using Fabric Bags
  27. Tower Crane Out-of-Service Wind Speeds
  28. Lifting of Mechanical Plant On Drip Trays
  29. Repair and Reprogramming of Inverters
  30. Tower Crane Erection Team Composition
  31. Tower Crane Bases and Ties
  32. Exclusion Zones
  33. Stability of Tower Crane Jibs During Erection
  34. Ensuring the Safe Access of Tower Crane Operators on Site
  35. Specification and Verification of Replacement Components for Tower Crane
  36. Tower Crane Power Supplies, Earthing Arrangements and Lightning Protection
  37. Minimising the Effects of Winch Failure During Load Testing
  38. Leaving Tower Cranes Out-of-Service When Other Cranes Are Working on Multiple Tower Crane Sites
  39. Operating Tower Cranes in the Vicinity of Aerodromes, Notification and En-route Obstacle Lighting
  40. Lifting of Persons With Tower Cranes
  41. Travelling Tower Cranes On Rail Tracks
  42. Selection of Tower Crane – Anticipated Utilization
  43. Design and Design Checking of Attachement Brackets for Tower Crane Accessories
  44. User Responsibilities for the Maintenance, Inspection and Thorough Examination of Tower Cranes
  45. Load Testing of Tower Cranes
  46. Lifting inside the Load Curve of Luffing Jib Tower Cranes