We offer the full range of related services to meet the requirements as stipulated in the Guidelines on Safety of Tower Cranes issued by the Construction Industry Council & Code of Practice for Safe Use of Tower Crane. The guidelines enhance the safety of tower cranes by setting out the good practices to be adopted for tower crane erection, height alteration and dismantling.
— Design Calculation
— Method Statement and Risk Assessment
— Pre-delivery Critical Parts Inspection
— TCP T5 Certification
— Supervising Engineer & Competent Person
Temporary supporting structures for tower cranes are designed to withstand all the expected loads imposed by the tower crane, i.e., dead loads, live loads and wind loads.
Pre-delivery Critical Parts Inspection
Before delivery, all critical parts of a tower crane must be inspected by a Registered Professional Engineer.
Method Statement & Risk Assessment
Our method statement illustrates the safe work procedures clearly. It is written in a step by step instruction format that enables easy understanding.
Our risk management involves having systematic process for addressing hazards in the workflow including identification, assessment and control.
TCP T5 Certification
We can provide the service of a Technically Competent Person of Grade T5 ( TCP T5 ) to certify the adequacy of the design of the temporary works for supporting and anchoring the tower crane, before the erection of the tower crane.
Supervising Engineer & Competent Person
Our Supervising Engineers and Competent Persons are responsible for the supervision and monitoring of erection, height alteration and dismantling work.