Engine Hours

Document Main Engine Hours

Document Aux Engine Hours

Maintenance Tasks
Grease and Lubricant

For information on the requirements for both grease and lubricant, operatives are reminded to always refer back to the manufacturers guidelines.

Inspect for general lubricant requirements

Was lubricant required?

Inspect for rope lubrication requirements

Was oil required?

Inspect for general grease requirements

Was grease required?

Auto Lube Tanks

Check top and bottom autolube tank levels.

What tank(s) required refilled?

Battery Condition

Complete inspection of battery compartments

Did battery levels need topped up with distilled water?

Drum Clutches

Check Adjustment of Drum Clutches

Are clutches slack?

Report issue to team leader so that the crane maintenance contractor can attend to repair.

Engine V Belts

Check engine v belts for damage

Do belt(s) need replaced?

Replace belt(s) as required from stock, where stock is unavailable place an order request for replacement belts with the Team Leader.

Crane Supply Requirements

In order to ensure prompt attendance to maintenance requirements on the crane, operatives must ensure an adequate stock of supplies for the crane at all times

Does the crane require Refuelling (Tanker)?

Grease cartridges required (state number):

Oil drums (20ltrs) required (state number):

State any additional crane supplies that are required:

Defects Log

Detailed defects description(s)

Action Taken

Team Leader Sign Off
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.