Crane Inspections

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OSHA Crane Inspections

What’s on the crane inspection checklist?
The overall crane inspections provided by M&L Truck Service over many functions to ensure safety and functionality operation. Many operating mechanisms will be reviewed to ensure proper operation, such as wear points, labeling check for ratings, an inspection of the cable stretched out, the winch, the wire rope, hardware checks and checks for any deterioration or leaking in lines, tanks, valves or other parts in the hydraulic systems.

The Importance of a Crane Inspections
According to OSHA regulations, all active overhead cranes are required to be inspected annually. Daily or weekly usage can wear out important crane components. Wear and tear on a crane is no different than on a vehicle, it can lead to a breakdown – or worse, a dangerous failure that puts you, your team or your company at high risk. Scheduling overhead crane inspections can avoid any catastrophic break downs and additionally help identify potential problems. This is why it is an important matter of safety to have your crane inspected by a professional.

The Certification Process
We have 3 technicians here at M&L Truck Service who are certified to perform crane inspections. Part of their certification included hours of training in both a classroom and in field prior to completing a written test. They gained hands on experience of crane maintenance, servicing and repairing, modifying and functional testing of cranes and hoist equipment.

Contact M&L Truck Service today to set up your next crane inspection service. Ask us how we are able to bundle it with your normal maintenance to cut back on downtime.

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