Qualified person Inspections for Fall Protection Gear and Rigging and Lifting gear
Fall Protection Equipment Inspection Services
Fall Protection Annual equipment inspections, Harness, Retractable lanyards, Anchors. We inspect all Fall protection gear. Per OSHA all equipment needs to be inspected by a Qualified Person other than the user. Annual Certification Inspections are documented, and results are sent to you. We perform Documented Harness and all Fall gear inspections and give a detailed report of the condition of the Fall Gear. As a 3-rd. party Inspection Company we give a fresh set of eyes to keep employees safe. Last week a company sent in their gear, and one had the chest strap completely gone. Drop them off or FedEx them to us. Call for more details and pricing, or email us at KARM Safety Solutions
Rigging Inspection Services
OSHA 1910.184, ASME B30.9, B30.20, B30.26, & ANSI Z359 Require …
Rigging gear inspections are to be done-Periodic, documented inspections on slings, rigging hardware, lifting devices, and fall protection are required every 12 months, at a minimum, and monthly to quarterly in more severe service conditions.
Our trained personnel inspect your slings and hardware according to ASME B30 specifications and manufacturer recommendations. From meticulous visual inspections to our annual and semi-annual inspection services help to ensure safety and compliance with industry standards, while extending the service life of your equipment.
We provide a documented inspection for each piece of Rigging and lifting gear as required by OSHA and ANSI.
Hatch Net Inspections Services
We provide documented Hatch net inspection services. We come to your facility to inspect your safety nets and make sure all nets and mounting hardware are in acceptable condition as required by OSHA. We give you a documented inspection sheet showing compliance. The manufacturer of the nets calls out that the nets need to be annually inspected, and some manufacturers say they should be inspected every 6 months. In the event of an OSHA audit, they will look to the manufacturer of the hatch meet to see what the inspection criteria should be. Our Hatch Net Inspection Services are ANSI and OSHA-compliant. Hatch nets are used over Dangerous equipment to keep employees from getting injured. Hatch nets are also used in other facilities to keep employees safe when working around vaults and other types of pits. Hatch nets are designed to save lives, don't neglect this part of your safety program.
Washington – Camas, Centralia, Olympia, Pasco, Richfield, Vancouver. We do travel to other areas call Nevin or Email us.
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