Sling Maintenance Records

Keeping Records Keeps You Prepared

We know that routine inspections are essential to the overall performance and efficiency of slings and other lifting equipment. To reduce the likelihood of problems caused by ordinary wear and tear, it is important to routinely inspect these items. To stay compliant with OSHA standards, it is also important to make detailed inspection records. Be prepared to present your inspection records to an OSHA representative in the event of an audit. 

OSHA 1910.184(e)(3)(ii) Sling Inspections
(the following excerpt taken directly from OSHA 1910.184)

The employer shall make and maintain a record of the most recent month in which each alloy steel chain sling was thoroughly inspected, and shall make such record available for examination.

Inspections help to keep your business compliant with regulations and allow you to operate safely and productively. If you are in need of lifting equipment inspection services, Konecranes offers standardized, component-level inspections to help you plan predictive maintenance. Contact us today to schedule an inspection for your crane and other lifting equipment.

*The foregoing OSHA regulations are not intended to be a comprehensive overview of all applicable regulations pertaining to the designated topic. State laws may mandate different safety and maintenance standards. Accordingly, please consult applicable state laws as well as original equipment manufacturer specifications for further guidance. The statements and descriptions contained herein constitute the opinion/recommendation of the seller and are not intended to create any express warranties.