Qualify your company’s personnel responsible for rigging and signaling cranes with training by Ultimate Crane Services, Qualified Signal Person and Rigging Training.
Crane accidents are costly in terms of equipment and property losses, interrupted production, OSHA citations, as well as potential civil and criminal penalties. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 78 crane-related fatalities have occurred each year since 2005.
OSHA’s new Cranes and Derricks Standard has several implications on construction, including the mandate for “Qualified Signal Persons and Rigging.” This requirement went into effect on Nov. 8, 2010. This course meets the requirements under the new standard.
Have the safety of your equipment tested with Ultimate Crane Service's Dielectric Testing. Dielectric testing is the process for applying high voltage to a device in order to determine the status of its electrical insulation.
Dielectric Testing uses either an AC or DC stimulus voltages dependent on the test specification. The Dielectric Test is the most popular form of electrical safety testing. Products which operate from line voltage often require production line Dielectric Testing on a 100% basis. Besides hi-pot testing, ground bond testing and insulation resistance testing are also often required. The test voltage for Dielectric Bucket Truck Testing is usually specified by the applicable safety standard. Ensure the safety of your employees and limit your company's liability by having your equipment tested today.
Ultimate Crane Services provides safety crane inspections of crane equipment in compliance with state and federal requirements. This includes Federal OSHA, state OSHA, MSHA, and ANSI regulations.
Our company's crane inspections procedures can include a comprehensive visual and operational evaluation of the crane's components, as well as load testing and nondestructive examination of critical weldments, pins, load block and hooks with the use of magnetic particle and ultrasonic testing procedures.
With over 30 years of experience, Ultimate Crane Services has found that, while most deficiencies can be identified through our thorough visual and operational examination, the additional nondestructive tests provide additional measures of safety by pinpointing fatigue indications in potential areas of equipment failure.
Upon completion of the inspection, our technicians provide a report detailing the condition of the equipment and any deficiencies found. After repairs have been made, Ultimate Crane Services will provide a certificate of crane inspection.