Overhead Crane Inspection.

  • Instructions:
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    1. Start the Inspection by selecting the type of crane that is going to be inspected and rate each item as "Compliant", "Non- Compliant", "N/A".
    2. Add photos and notes by clicking on the paperclip icon.
    3. To add a Corrective Measure click on the paperclip icon then "Add Action", provide a description, assign to a member, set priority and due date.
    4. Complete audit by providing digital signature.
    5. Share your report by exporting as PDF, Word, Excel or Web Link.

    Note: Please report any unusual findings to your Team Leader immediately.

Crane Inspection

  • Select Crane to be inspected.

Visual Inspection

  • Spool

  • Cable

  • Hook

  • Safety Catch

  • Snatch Block

  • Trolley

  • Bumpers

  • Rail

  • Remote Control

Operational Safety Check Start Equipment

  • Unusual Noises

  • Emergency Stop

  • Controls Up

  • Controls Down

  • Controls East

  • Controls West

  • Controls North

  • Controls South

  • Extend Cable

  • Retract Cable

  • Caution Light

  • Start-up-horn

  • Completed by (Employee):

  • Team Leader:

  • Please specify type of Crane:

Visual Inspection

  • Spool

  • Cable

  • Hook

  • Safety Catch

  • Snatch Block

  • Trolley

  • Bumpers

  • Rail

  • Remote Control

Operational Safety Check Start Equipment

  • Unusual Noises

  • Emergency Stop

  • Controls Up

  • Controls Down

  • Controls East

  • Controls West

  • Controls North

  • Controls South

  • Extend Cable

  • Retract Cable

  • Caution Light

  • Start-up-horn

  • Completed by (Employee):

  • Team Leader:

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