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Part 1: General
1.3Special provisions
1.4Exclusions
1.5Relationship to Australian Standards
1.6Referenced documents and further reading
1.8Pre-planning and coordination
Pre-planning and coordination between
Part 2: Training and hazard management
2.3Health and safety
2.4Hazard management
2.5Incident notification
Part 3: General design provisions
3.2Building stability
3.3Specification of concrete
3.4Structural design
3.6Element size and reinforcement
3.8Composite construction
3.10Lateral restraint
3.11Tolerances
3.12Structural drawings
3.13Shop drawings
3.14Casting and erection sequences
Part 4: Design for erection
4.3Shop drawings
4.5Composite construction
4.6Additional reinforcement
4.7Design for lifting
4.8Lifting inserts
4.10Slenderness effects
4.11Bracing and propping
4.12Bracing inserts
4.13Brace footings
4.14Special provisions
4.15Erection design engineer’s certificate of compliance
Part 5: Manufacture
5.2Shop drawings
5.3Casting and erection sequences
The casting and erection sequences
5.5Tolerances
5.6Reinforcement
5.7Lifting inserts
5.9Concrete placement
5.11Curing and release
5.12Special provisions for on-site casting
5.15Modification
5.16Element identification
5.17Manufacturer’s certificate of compliance
manufacturer’s certificate of compliance
5.13Release agents
5.14Stripping and repair
Part 6: Handling and storage
6.3Concrete strength for handling
6.5Storage systems
6.7Impact protection
Part 7: Transport
7.2Basic principles
7.3Support frames
7.4Element protection
Part 8: Erection
8.2Planning the construction and erection sequence
8.3Planning cranage requirements
8.4Operating near overhead power lines
Fig 8.1: Clearance for cranes from overhead power lines
8.5Erection preparation
8.6Crane capacity and operating radius
8.7Erection crew
8.8Erection platform
8.10Strongbacks
8.11Erection sequence
8.12Erection of tilt-up panels
8.13Erection of other precast elements
8.14Levelling shims
8.15Fixing inserts
8.17Temporary bracing
8.18Temporary propping
Fig 8.5: Uneven erection loading
8.19Modifications
8.20Compliance requirements
Part 9: Proprietary elements
9.2General design provisions
9.3Design for erection
9.6Transport
Appendix A: Referenced documents and further reading
Appendix B: Definitions of terms used in this Industry Standard
Appendix C: Erection design engineer’s certificate of compliance
Appendix D: Manufacturer’s certificate of compliance
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