OVERHEAD CRANE INSPECTIONS
Overhead Crane Inspections F&G
Inspections and Preventative Maintenance (PM) are the foundations for maintaining safe, efficient and reliable lifting equipment. F&G Cranes employs certified inspection technicians with industry leading experience that you can count on for reliable service. We design custom inspection and preventative maintenance plans that fit any company needs while maintaining compliance with industry and manufacturer regulations.
F&G Cranes inspection program complies with all applicable OSHA, ANSI and CMAA regulations regarding safety and reliability for overhead lifting equipment. We use an inspection software program that generates a simple inspection report as well as a history of all prior work on your equipment. During the inspection process our technicians will follow the 120 point inspection process outlined on the inspection platform and input into the program via mobile phone or tablet. After the inspection process our technician will go over the report with you and determine a course of action regarding any necessary repairs or adjustments that need to be made. The follow up process and after inspection repairs are a vital step in maintaining your equipment’s longevity and safety. We consult with you after the inspection has been performed to review the necessary repairs or adjustments then we will proceed with the agreed upon action plan. All activity performed on your machinery gets logged into our inspection software program, stored in our system then sent to you via email for your records.
See inspection report example below:
The inspection report contains all the basic information of each of your cranes (assets) including make/model, capacity, serial numbers and power supply so we can quickly find the necessary component and electrical diagrams when necessary. The inspection report then lists all components of each crane system in detail and gives a clear pass/fail indicator to quickly see the condition of each item with a pictures for you to see the problems found. The final section of the inspection reports is reserved for notes pertaining to that asset.