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Crane safety must share the top spot with function on the list of priorities of crane operations. In other words, if a project cannot be done safely – while lifting tonnage for a multi-million dollar project with workers and bystanders nearby – then crane use should not be done.

When you think about crane safety, it is important to ask yourself, are you doing all that you can to ensure protection of human safety, and are your valuables in good hands? For ultimate shelter from malfunction and failure, you should hire a third party company whose only interest is objectively analyzing the true condition of you major equipment. A full inspection from our team of advanced technicians is your best bet. We do not profit in any way from any possible diagnosis; we do not offer repairs when we find something wrong, and when we give your crane a clean bill of health, we make absolutely certain we get it right.

Making the case for the supreme crane safety experts in the entire southeast:

  • Standards: When it comes to being the best in anything, individuals and organizations take whatever standard everyone else goes by and raises the stakes a few levels. We follow all proper protocol pertaining to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) the National Commission for the Crane Institute Certification (CIC) and the Crane Inspection & Service Bureau (CISB). From there we double and triple check key components of operation and safety measures for your crane, as well as other procedures.
  • Magnafluxing: If it sounds a bit technical and futuristic, that is because Magnafluxing is cutting-edge and leading the way in our industry for crane safety. This is a testing system that is able to thoroughly scan for any and all flaws in metals both inside a structure and on its surface. This technology is simply not available to all inspection organizations.
  • Legal experts: We have seen the worst case scenario, and we have been able to precisely figure out what happened at the scene of a crane failure. We have provided expert testimony, interviews, reports, depositions, interviews with key witnesses, pictures and reconstructions of accident locations. We know the importance of crane safety. Though a crane may seem fairly simple in concept, using basic physics and engineering principles, there are several tiny and large components that need to function in total concert for the safe, secure and efficient execution of tasks. We look everywhere to make sure all is in good shape, and then we carefully scrutinize all of the integral parts.

Two basic perspectives you may want to keep in mind are the frequent check up and the periodic review for optimal crane safety. An operator of a crane would do very well to inspect the heavy hauling equipment on a weekly basis, over-viewing all the key elements of your crane. That is what we call a frequent check up, which makes sure things are working OK, but is less exhaustive than a periodic examination. Our periodic review goes through each and every detail that will yield total safety for your work environment. A key consideration for your peace of mind is how often and how heavy the workload is on your crane. For moderate use, a yearly periodic exam is called for, whereas for machines with an extremely heavy workload, quarterly checkups should be done by the top crane experts.