Inspection and Certification of Lift Equipment

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HITE SERVICES LIMITED specializes in the inspection and certification of lift equipment of all types. We have non-destructive/visual inspectors on staff and an independent Professional Engineer, in the province of Ontario and the state of Michigan to practice engineering. 

We share our inspection results with manufacturers so that our collective efforts can be quickly focused on problem areas, and thus ensure that our inspection procedures adequately cover components found to be susceptible to in-service failure.

Through participation in standards writing committees and user association committees, we ensure that our technology is current and appropriate. 

Our inspections incorporate visual inspection, nondestructive inspection, operational checks, magnetic particle and ultrasonic nondestructive testing, and certification by a professional engineer. 

Regulations require that each lifting device be examined at least once a year by a competent person to confirm its capability of handling the maximum rated load. 

Talk to us about inspecting your fork trucks, chain hoists, aerial ladders, mobile cranes, truck-mounted cranes, tower cranes, shop cranes, overhead cranes and any other lifting equipment. We would be pleased to design an annual or semiannual program for you which is related to your specific service conditions and which will help you meet your responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

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For additional information about Inspection and Certification of Lift Equipment or any information regarding the content of this page, please contact:

Bidal, Luc
Vice President
Tel:705-524-5333
Cel:705-919-1469

 


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