Ongoing inspections of your crane and hoist are the first line of defense against equipment failure and workplace hazards.
Daily or weekly usage wears down important crane components. This wear can lead to a breakdown — or worse, a dangerous failure that puts you, your team or your company at risk.
Much like load tests are an essential preventative measure against accidents, inspections of your crane and hoist are an ongoing necessity to ensure workplace safety.Request a service quote
We ensure all of your equipment is functioning properly, as well as help you meet any safety requirements in order to operate responsibly.
Safety is our first priority when repairing, servicing and inspecting your crane and hoist.
Get your project finished faster and safer with optimal crane equipment.
Save money on costly repairs and replacements with a crane that's built to last.
OSHA requires that all active cranes be inspected at least annually. But not just anyone is qualified to inspect your crane and hoist.
Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA) states that no one should perform inspections if they aren’t trained and knowledgeable in applicable codes and regulations of the equipment. That’s where our team of experts come in.
Our OSHA certified inspectors are formally trained in the following areas:
Don’t put your team at risk. From initial inspection to periodic and functional inspections, we ensure your crane and hoist are functioning optimally and meet all safety requirements.Learn more about why, how and how often you need a crane inspection >
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