On-site Crane Inspection Services for Maryland Job Sites
When did you last have your cranes inspected? If you’re having trouble answering that question, then you could be putting yourself at the risk of costly fines and, worse, potentially dangerous equipment.
According to OSHA crane inspection guidelines, all cranes must be inspected at least every 12 months by a qualified expert. If your crew is operating a crane that hasn’t been inspected within the past year, then you are out of compliance. In other words, you’re likely to get a number of fines and penalties that could potentially shut your job site down.
Operating cranes without an annual inspection puts the safety of your crew at risk. It could also put your equipment in danger of problems that could be easily found and fixed with routine inspections from a trained professional.
Total Equipment Training’s team of professionals are qualified to inspect and approve a number of crane variations, including:
- Mobile Cranes: Boom Truck, Carry Deck, Dock Crane, Crawler Crane, Lattice Boom
- Overhead Crane: Gantry Crane, Jib Crane, Trolley Crane, Monorail, Bridge Crane
- Crane Load Testing
- Beams and Spreader Bars
- Hoists: Manual Chain Hoist, Electric Chain Hoist, Air Hoist
Convenient Crane Inspection Services Brought to Your Job Site
A leader in heavy equipment operator training and inspection services for over 10 years, Total Equipment Training specializes in annual crane inspection services. Our team of experienced heavy equipment professionals use an extensive crane inspection checklist to deliver a comprehensive examination of your machines.
Being located just north of Maryland, we can quickly send our qualified inspectors to your job site. Whether you’re in Baltimore, Annapolis, Dundalk, Fredrick, Glen Burnie, or somewhere in between, we can come directly to your job site. And because we work onsite, there is no need for you to lose valuable operation time by shipping your crane out for inspection.
Once your equipment clears our comprehensive crane inspection, you can get back to work knowing your machine is up to OSHA standards and your crew is safe to do what they do best.