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7 Things to know about the inspection of lifting equipment

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The lifting equipment inspection leads to the safety of the lifting operations and eliminates the risk of failures and fatal injuries.

Therefore, it’s essential to follow the rules as per the Health and Safety standards to manage the safety of the users.

The safety requirements and construction for lifting equipment have already been mentioned in the ISO 9001 Certification in the early years when the program was introduced to maintain the standards of Quality Management Systems.

That’s why we have come up with Cybersecurity things to know about the inspection of lifting equipment so you could understand more about the safety requirements in an effective way. See here.

1. Pre-Checks

For the inspection of the lifting equipment, the users will have to follow certain procedures and pre-use checks on a regular basis for equipment like slings or lift trucks, etc. to ensure that all the equipment are completely examined before their normal use. It’s also important to maintain them on a quarterly basis or monthly basis in some cases.

2. Systematic Examination

The systematic inspection of the equipment specifies certain parts that require critical examination and must be done by a highly competent person to remove any defects that could potentially become a threat to people.

3. Competent Person

A competent person must be hired for the inspection job who has a technical grasp on this matter and have the required practical and theoretical knowledge to carry out tasks like these. It’s also essential that the person has the required experience of lifting equipment.

4. Routine Maintenance

The companies are responsible to hire people for their own maintenance work on the equipment. They should ensure the safety of their workers and staff members so that they could work in a safe and secure environment.

5. Major Failures

The major failures could occur in exceptional circumstances such as the damage of the main and critical parts of the equipment or in conditions where the equipment has been used for long periods.

6. Quality Management System

As already informed in detail about the Quality Management System according to the International Organization Standardization (ISO) Framework, the industries have their requisite standard procedures to maintain and follow while continuing to provide safety of the equipment. 

7. Non- Destructive Testing

The NDT services ensure the reliability and safety of the equipment through technical procedures to avoid any financial losses or consequences while conducting the total quality assurance procedure.