What do you do when you need to inspect or repair something in an inaccessible location?A solution is the use of the rope access climbing technique.
By preparing a risk investigation & evaluation before the start of the job and the use of the rope access technique according the IRATA regulations our technicians are, in comparing with other methods to access the work spot, the major benefit is that the combination of the total man-hours and the level of risk for a particular task (man-at-risk hours) is often reduced when compared with other means of access and their associated risks.
Crane Inspection Services is rate as an “FULL MEMBER” by the Industrial Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) International.
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Inspection and certification
Our highly trained inspectors perform crane inspections
worldwide. Whether it is an offshore crane, an offshore wind
turbine jacket or an offshore access system, Crane Inspection
Services can independently inspect and certify it.
We conduct crane inspections in accordance with the following standards:
- TCVT W2-01e (Accreditation method under registration number | 164).
- LOLER (The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulation - United Kingdom).
Offshore access systems will be inspected based on an in advanced
developed inspection scheme.
Upon request, a specific inspection program can be drawn up in accordance with the requirements.