Crane Compliance Programs

 

Some of Our Crane Compliance Programs Include:

Frequent Inspection Programs

Frequent Inspection Programs

Depending on the usage of your lifting equipment, i.e. if your crane is under moderate or heavy service (heavy service being determined by constant operation near the maximum load limits and duty cycle), will determine how often your equipment requires inspections. Equipment under heavy or moderate service requires more frequent inspections to help to make sure the equipment is safe as it will wear through parts faster than equipment under infrequent or light service.

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Periodic Compliance Program

Periodic Compliance Program

Annual Inspections are required for cranes and are not only mandated but routinely enforced via inspection blitzes and audits. Our expert Technicians evaluate over 20 mandatory inspection points on this piece of equipment, ensuring your equipment undergoes a rigorous and thorough examination prior to a “safe” status being designated. Our team can also inspect your hoists, hooks, blocks and other pieces of equipment often associated with cranes which fall under B167 inspection requirements with the frequency being determined based on equipment designation (A-F).

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PM Programs

PM Programs

We offer 6 inspection plans, based on your current service needs, to ensure your compliance with current OHSA and CSA standards. By scheduling routine repairs, maintenance work and inspections, we will help prevent equipment safety issues, breakdowns and compliance violations but also help avert component failure.

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Crane Reliability Study

Crane Reliability Study

Unfortunately, cranes have a finite service life. Having a crane reliability analysis completed in order to determine how long your crane will remain reliable is an integral process in planning for future capital expenditures.

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Hook Block Analysis

Hook Block Analysis

An annual hook analysis using NDT methods can be the difference between a life-threatening failure and a safe lift. Our expert Technicians evaluate over 7 mandatory inspection points on this piece of equipment, ensuring your equipment undergoes a rigorous and thorough examination prior to a “safe” status being designated.

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Overhead Crane Training Course

Overhead Crane Training Course

Theory
- Crane and Hoist legislation and OHS requirements
- Identification of different cranes and hoists, common components and their functionality, safety devices and equipment terminology
- Operator’s functional check
- Operator Daily log books
- Load handling and basic rigging principles
- Facility-specific information
- Manufacturer specific information
- Internationally recognized hand signals

Practical 
This section will include a hands-on operation of the equipment while handling the load. An evaluation will be conducted with each participant in order for them to be deemed competent as per Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act.

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Lift Truck Training Course

Lift Truck Training Course

Theory
- Applicable legislation and OHS requirements for lifting devices
- Identification of different types of lift trucks, common components and their functionality, safety devices and equipment terminology
- Operator’s functional check
- Operator Daily log books
- Load handling and safe operating principles
- Facility-specific information i.e. company policies and company or local safety rules
- Manufacturer specific information

Practical
This section will include a hands-on operation of the equipment while handling the load. An evaluation will be conducted with each participant in order for them to be deemed competent as per Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act.

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