What are the OSHA inspection requirements for equipment like forklifts and cranes? Learn about them in this comprehensive guide.
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It’s important to understand the OSHA inspection requirements for two crucial pieces of equipment: forklifts and cranes. Today, we’ll discuss this in-depth. Let’s get started right away!
The OSHA inspection requirements for cranes include:
During the initial inspection, which is performed when you get a new crane or alter one, you’ll:
The frequent inspection is performed monthly or daily and during operational hours and includes:
OSHA sets worker safety standards for forklifts to ensure that companies are following uniform rules throughout the country. We’ll now cover the inspection for forklifts and other powered industrial trucks.
Being safe is crucial when working in construction or in the industrial field. You’ll often come into contact with forklifts and cranes. OSHA requires all employees to be fully trained, and this also extends to inspecting the equipment before and during operation.
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