Excel Provides Crane Inspection Services Required by OSHA

January 22, 2015
Excel Provides Crane Inspection Services Required by OSHA
Excel Provides Crane Inspection Services Required by OSHA

Excel’s crane inspection services include inspection of equipment based on OSHA, ANSI, and CMAA specifications, and so much more. Not only do the Excel crane inspection services cover all federal requirements, the inspection program also can include all your company’s concerns. After Excel does a walk-through of your facility with you, Excel can modify its inspection program especially for you to address your specific needs.

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After the crane inspection services are performed, Excel’s knowledgeable and factory-trained service technicians will go over any safety hazards, federal compliance issues, and repairs that need to be made. Excel also provides you with the cost for the recommended repairs.

Finally, Excel provides a written report of the inspection findings for you to keep on file as required by OSHA. So if OSHA does show up at your door for one of their random visits, you can rest easy knowing that you are in compliance.

Crane Inspection Services Actually Save You Money

Since OSHA requires your equipment to be inspected yearly, crane inspection services are a mandatory expense. OSHA’s primary concern is safety in the workplace, but as it turns out, these required inspections actually can save you money. By identifying problems with your equipment, the inspection allows you to prevent additional expenses before they happen.

Equipment problems that go unaddressed:

  • often result in accidents in the workplace, which, in turn, results in higher workmen’s compensation insurance rates or possible law suits.
  • can eventually result in equipment failure and work stoppage. Properly maintaining a piece of equipment is always less expensive than having to rebuild or replace equipment.
  • can slow down production which negatively impacts the bottom line. The consequence of inefficient production is an increase in man-hours, which also negatively impacts the bottom line.

Obviously, addressing equipment problems saves you money in the long run.

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