International Standard
ISO 19360:2016
Ships and marine technology — Marine cranes — Technical requirements for rigging applications
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ISO 19360:2016
Edition 1
International Standard
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ISO 19360:2016
Published (Edition 1, 2016)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2022. Therefore this version remains current.

ISO 19360:2016

ISO 19360:2016
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Rigging used for marine cranes is mainly wire rope rigging. ISO 19360:2016 specifies the technical requirements of the selection and application of running rigging and standing rigging used for wire rope rigging of marine cranes.

ISO 19360:2016 specifies the minimum requirements of the allowable strength and performance level for wire ropes of marine cranes according to the design, application and maintenance requirements of cranes.

ISO 19360:2016 specifies the implementation criteria of installation, maintenance, inspection and discards for running rigging and standing rigging of marine cranes.

ISO 19360:2016 is applicable to the following types of marine crane:

- deck cranes mounted on ships for handling cargo or containers in harbour or sheltered water conditions;

- floating cranes or grab cranes mounted on barges or pontoons for operating in harbour conditions or sheltered water conditions;

- engine room cranes and provision cranes, etc. mounted on ships (including floating docks) for handling equipment and stores in harbour conditions.

ISO 19360:2016 does not apply to the following:

- loads from accidents or collisions;

- lifting operations below sea level;

- cranes which are supposed to be included in the class of the vessel and where the vessel receives a crane class notation; the contents of this document may be used however, as recommendation or guidance;

- other items where there is the danger that they might be considered in-scope are excluded from this document, such as

  • - loose gear items, such as the hook block, and
  • - ropes and fittings;

- cranes which are to be included in class by the class society;

- minimum ambient operating temperatures no less than −20 °C;

- maximum ambient operating temperatures above +45 °C;

- transport, assembly, dismantling and decommissioning of cranes;

- lifting accessories, i.e. any item between the crane and the load;

- lifting operations involving more than one crane;

- hand powered cranes;

- emergency rescue operations;

- shore-side cargo handling cranes;

- portable cranes on board;

- lifting appliances for lifeboats, liferafts accommodation ladders and pilot ladders;

- launching appliances for survival craft and rescue boats;

- gangways, accommodation and pilot ladders and their handling appliances.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 2016-11
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 1
     : 11
  • ISO/TC 8/SC 4
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