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Crane Safety Inspection Services – Keep Your Company Out of the News

Joseph Coupal - Friday, July 26, 2019
ETS - Crane Inspection - Boston, MA

High profile crane disasters have made national news in 2019. These are devastating stories with devastating effect on lives and corporate liability. Companies that own and deploy cranes need independent third-party crane inspection services to protect your operators, your business, and all those who work anywhere within proximity to cranes. Yes, routine crane inspection services is about so much more than regulatory compliance.

Crane companies usually stock a variety of make and models which heightens the risks for accidents. Most companies simply don’t have the expertise to be able to thoroughly test and evaluate every single model owned by the business. OSHA requires frequent recurring inspections of the equipment regardless of the type. To ensure they are operating at top condition. our crane inspection services provide for early detection of defects or excessive wear that can compromise the safety of the operator and those working near it.

We guarantee that our crane inspection and maintenance services deliver both value and peace of mind to the business owner. To learn more about routine crane safety inspection, contact ETS Inspection and Services.

Electrical Utility Fleet Maintenance and Repair Services

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 15, 2019
ETS Inspection and Services, Boston, MA

One of the our core competencies here at ETS Inspection and Testing Services is providing maintenance and repairs of electrical utility equipment. This includes servicing aerial devices, digger derricks, cranes and support equipment. We empower you to employ fleet services that are always in perfect working order. Our fleet services guarantee that your company meets and exceed all OSHA and ANSI requirement.

Although electrical utility fleet are procured with certified safety components, this equipment is constantly subject to damage during routine operation. They sustain damage due to in-service accidents, overloads, and fatigue. Regular fleet maintenance will eliminate operational and safety deficiencies. As it pertains to the cost of maintaining electrical utility fleet equipment, it’s a pay now or pay later reality and pay now is almost always less expensive than paying later. This translates to taking care of your equipment, your people, and your business by having a strategic maintenance plan in place.

You can also extend the life of your fleet with regular routine maintenance. For more information about fleet maintenance and repairs, contact ETS Inspection and Testing Services.


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