By American Petroleum Institute
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The door adjacent to the operator, if of the sliding type, shall slide rearward to open and, if the swinging type, shall open outward. A clear passageway shall be provided to the exit door nearest the operator’s station. 4 CAB ACCESS Suitable hand holds or steps shall be provided for access to, and exit from, the operator’s cab or enclosure. 1. 5 PLATFORMS AND WALKWAYS Principle walking surfaces shall be an anti-skid type. 1. Two intermediate railings shall be provided in locations where toe boards are not required.
4 Emergency Stop Provisions shall be made for emergency stop of the crane operations by the operator at operator’s control station. 5 Foot-operated Controls Foot-operated pedals, where provided, shall be constructed so the operator’s feet will not readily slip off. 6 Control Forces and Movements When controls and corresponding controlled elements are properly maintained, adjusted, and operated within the manufacturer’s recommendations, the forces and movements required to operate the crane within its rated limits shall not exceed the following: a.
These procedures shall be employed by the manufacturer’s personnel and/or any contract nondestructive examination personnel utilized by the manufacturer. 2 NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS All nondestructive examination personnel employed or contracted for by the manufacturer shall be qualified in accordance with ASNT Recommended Practice SNT-TC-lA at Level II proficiency. For ultrasonic examination of tubular members, the manufacturer shall verify the validity of the procedures and competency of personnel in accordance with the latest edition of API RP 2X.