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Do You Need to Have Your Cranes and Other Lifting Devices Inspected and Certified?

Our independent professional engineers prepare comprehensive electronic reports.

Inspection and Certification of Lift Equipment in Northern Ontario and Beyond

Hite Services Ltd performs lift equipment inspection in our Sudbury facility or on sites throughout Northern Ontario, the eastern United States, Guyana, and the Dominican Republic.

  • Specialization in the inspection and certification of lift equipment of all types.

  • Complete and comprehensive electronic inspection reports stored in a secure database for immediate access.

  • Independent professional engineer.

  • 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, non-destructive 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.

  • Design annual or semiannual programs aligned with your service conditions, will help you meet your responsibilities under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

  • Provide failure analysis and accident investigations.

  • Quality, assurance, and point-of-sale purchase inspection.

  • Inspections of all types of lifting equipment including:

  • Fork trucks, pallet jacks and stands

  • Chain hoists and pullers

  • Aerial ladders

  • Aerial lift inspections

  • Scissor lifts and telescopic manlifts (including underground and 5/10-year inspections)

  • Telehandlers and loaders

  • Mobile, conventional and tower cranes

  • Rail lifting equipment

  • Truck-mounted cranes (articulating boom, straight stick, service trucks)

  • Shop cranes, overhead cranes, and doors

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