What Does OSHA Require ?
“Complete inspection of overhead cranes at intervals of at least every 12 months, and as often as every month depending…”
OSHA, Standards, Procedures and Checklists
- Notice: Change in ASME B30.11 2010 Standard (.pdf)
- Overhead Crane Operator Checklist in Spanish (.pdf)
- OSHA 1926 New Construction Rule (.pdf)
- Cranes Derricks 09/30/10 (PowerPoint)
- MMA/ANSI Patented Track Systems (.pdf)
- MMA/ANSI Enclosed Track System (.pdf)
- AOC Overhead Crane Operator (.pdf)
- AOC Overhead Crane Operator Electronic Form (.pdf)
- OSHA 1910.179 Overhead and Gantry Cranes (website)
Why Become a Certified Crane Surveyor (CCS)?
by Richard Wehrmeister
Published in the CCAA Newsletter
Should Crane Inspections and Preventive Maintenance be Treated the Same
Overhead Crane Inspection and Maintenance Best Practices
By Richard Wehrmeister
Published in May-June 2008 Edition of Industrial Lift and Hoist Magazine
Is Your Inspector Qualified?
Utilize the “Is Your Inspector Qualified” four page article as a tool for your company to choose an inspection and maintenance service for your overhead crane.
Preventive Maintenance Service
Why does Advanced Overhead Crane recommend performing a preventive maintenance service on a quarterly basis?