OSHA Inspections

OSHA provides strict guidelines for the maintenance and inspection of material handling equipment.

We keep a record of your inspections,and provide a certificate of inspection for your records. Our goal is to keep our customers and their teams safe and compliant at all times.

Benefits of Regular Inspection:

  • Decreased interruptions in production

  • Ensuring peak efficiency and extended equipment life

  • Addressing potential and costly equipment problems

  • Reduction of overhead costs for parts, lubricants and tools

  • Reduction of downtime by scheduled, routine maintenance

  • Accident prevention and safe operation through inspections and operator training

What to Expect During an Inspection:

  • Major component inspection compliant with our interpretation of OSHA regulations

  • Inspection of all brakes and required adjustments

  • Oil levels review and refills

  • System Greasing

  • Load Chain & Wire Rope inspection & lubrication

  • Electrical Control Review (contactors, transformers, and brake coils)

  • Inspection of the load hooks and latches

  • Runway support and structural connections inspection

  • List of OSHA non-compliant items

  • Inspection of bolted and welded connections

  • Minor adjustments to electrical and mechanical components( limit switches, control systems, brakes and trolley flange)

  • Operational tests through full range of functions

  • Detailed inspection report with attention items

  • Recommendations for repairs, spare parts inventory, and maintenance requirements


Our technicians are trained and certified on OSHA, ANSI, ASME, and NTEA regulations.

Safe Hoisting and OSHA compliance

Everything here is the minimum you need to do to ensure that  your hoists and cranes operate properly, safely, and within OSHA regulations. This also applies to manual hoisting equipment, including: hand and ratchet hoists.

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