- Annual Inspections – OSHA Requirements
- Monthly Inspections
- Hoist & Crane repairs
- OSHA Inspections
- Radio Frequency Controls
- Preventive Maintenance
- Electronic & Motor repairs
- New Sales
What We Do
OSHA requires a Frequent or Periodic Inspection to be performed on your hoist & cranes based on by the use, environment, or duty cycle of the equipment. OSHA requires that the inspection be performed by a trained and certified person to be in compliance. We perform the certified inspections based on the use of the hoist’s by the personnel in the facility or what the customer determines he/she wants. We also provide minor repairs to the hoists while we are performing the inspections as part of our customer service program.
Upon completion of the inspection, we email a report of our findings on each hoist. Along with the report is a summary sheet to identify each problem we find either critical or minor so you do not have to go through every sheet on every report to see what is wrong. We highlight the Critical areas in Red and the minor problems in either orange or yellow depending on the urgency for need of repair. After receipt of the email you can then let us know which repairs you would like to proceed with or which repairs you would like to receive a quote for. This report will verify to OSHA if they ever visit your facility that you are being compliant getting your hoist and cranes inspected.
We are a distributor for many hoist and crane manufacturers. We also provide installations of any type hoist or crane including but not limited to bridge cranes, monorails, jib cranes and gantry cranes. We stock and sell many different facets of parts for all hoist and cranes as well.
We are a 24/7 full service and repair company.
Hoist one with us!
OSHA / ANSI Compliance for Overhead Hoist & Cranes
OSHA/ANSI Inspection Requirements
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.179 – (j)(1)(ii)(a) – Frequent Inspection – Daily to monthly intervals.
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.179 – (j)(1)(ii)(b) – Periodic Inspection – 1 to 12 month intervals.