When you hire any one of our cranes, it is necessary that you know exactly how to operate it, ensure the safety of your site and staff, and most importantly, have all of the correct licensing. They may seem like the obvious thing, and maybe even to tedious to check, but they are absolutely necessary if you want to be able to use any crane. That is why, with every single crane that we loan out, we will deliver a full inspection service with it. One of your days of operation, you will be assigned an inspection, in which we will come and compared your practices against both our standards, and indeed those of Alberta and the rest of Canada.
We carry out our thorough inspections in line with the standards set by Occupational Health and Safety, in Alberta. It means that we can guarantee every correct step is followed and maintained, ensuring that we are trusting our products to a safe and legally-sound team. At the same time, we need to be sure that our products are working as they should be for you. We trust that every one of our cranes is always working properly and reliably, but we want to be able to assure that to you, with the necessary proof.
Nowadays, there is so much in the way of compliance that needs to be satisfied. Occupational Health and Safety write many of the laws surrounding the standards we must meet, but so to do many other individually related parties. Through paperwork, code, regulations and standards, there is so much to handle in the way of compliance. That is why we take care of the hard work for you. We make sure that every component of the machine and the practices being carried out, fall in line as they should, and we will offer our consultation for recommendations of improvements, should you need to make any.
Confronting all of the necessary paperwork and documentation that comes with any inspection can be a hefty task. We’ll be glad to lend a hand, providing completed inspection worksheets, deficiency reports and the correct proof of certification. It will be clear, full and of course, in line with OCH standards. We can also provide you with tailored pieces of documentation, when you have inquired about an inspection following on from an accident or a new purchase.
Is an Inspection Necessary?
The short answer to this question is, yes, it is absolutely necessary to carry out an inspection. Many of the occupation health and safety standards have a legal value, in the state of Alberta. You will be liable for serious lawsuits, if you did not carry out the required crane inspections and something was to happen under your supervision. Licenses can be revoked and careers can be ended, and if not, worse than that. None of these things are worth the risk and so, you should never be in any doubt over an inspection.