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(a) Maximum persons capacity means—
(1) If the hoist has a rigid ladder, one person; or
(2) If the hoist has a platform, one person per square meter (10.75 sq. ft.) or fraction thereof of platform area (including hatch area);
(b) Working load means the sum of the weights of—
(1) The rigid ladder or lift platform, the suspension cables (if any) and the pilot ladder on a pilot hoist; and
(2) 150 kilograms (330 pounds) times the maximum persons capacity of the hoist;
(c) Lift height means the distance from the lowest step of the pilot ladder on a pilot hoist to the deck of a vessel on which the hoist is designed for installation when—
(1) The suspension cables of the hoist are run out until only three turns of cable remain on each drum; or
(2) If the hoist does not have suspension cables, the ladder or lift platform is in its lowest position.