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Lifting Operation Procedure

Lifting Operation Procedure

Guide to Effective Implementation   In previous blogs, we discussed the origin of Lifting Procedures from a hierarchy containing Acts, Regulations, Standards and Policies. Lifting Policy is a high-level statement of management objective that contains the ‘what to do’ information required to produce and ensure safe lifting operations. It represents a statement of expectation that
7 Categories of Crane Inspection you should know

7 Categories of Crane Inspection you should know

Cranes used in active service ought to be inspected quarterly. For cranes in traditional and serious service, a Periodic review ought to embody checking for: distorted, cracked or unsound members. Loose bolts or rivets. Cracked or worn sheaves and drums. According to codes, standards, legal requirement, and industry best practices, the following inspections may be
Factors to Consider Before Carrying Out Crane Inspections

Factors to Consider Before Carrying Out Crane Inspections

How do you ensure safety of cranes, crane operators and assets? This question is very popular yet unclear as to how to actualize amongst crane service hailers as well as providers. If you have recently procured a crane service for your project, you may not understand the extent as to why cranes and lifting equipment
Lifting Operations Training – How to Sustain Competency

Lifting Operations Training – How to Sustain Competency

Lifting operation means an operation that involves the lifting and lowering of load. There are several hazards involved in lifting operations which have the potential to cause accidents – from uncontrolled movement of loads and machinery, dropped objects impacting people, assets, and the environment in proximity of the operation. Compliance with Lifting Operations and Lifting
Lifting Operation Standards & Compliance

Lifting Operation Standards & Compliance

Lifting Operation Standards – Formally-established Requirements Lifting operations do have the potential to cause incidents, from uncontrolled movement of loads and dropped objects impacting people, assets, and the environment in proximity of the operation. The management of lifting operations through formally established requirements – operational standards, ensures that risks of lifting incidents are reduced and/or
Safety Checklist for Dry Abrasive Blasting

Safety Checklist for Dry Abrasive Blasting

According to NACE International, an estimate of 60%-80% of all premature coating failures are attributed to inadequate or improper surface preparation. Surface preparation is the process of removing contaminants from a structure. These contaminants include corroded surfaces, welding defects, oil, grease, dirt, amongst others. There are several methods of surface preparation, and a prominent one
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Rope Access: A Simple Solution to Working at Height

Rope Access: A Simple Solution to Working at Height

When it comes to working at height or difficult-to-reach areas, nothing beats Rope Access performing maintenance, repairs, inspections, and installations. Established in response to specific need in the inspection and maintenance of offshore oil platforms, Rope Access started with offshore operations and was later applied to onshore operations. Rope Access makes difficult-to-reach area accessible in
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3 Frequently Asked Questions About IWCF Drilling Training Courses

3 Frequently Asked Questions About IWCF Drilling Training Courses

Despite the global impact of the COVID-19 on oil prices, experts forecast a rise in oil prices in the nearest future. Thus, it is imperative that oil rig drilling activities must continue unhindered to ensure the stability and sustainability of the crude oil market. Drillers therefore must strive to become and remain constantly innovative especially
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Fabric Maintenance: 5 Benefits of Blasting and Painting

Fabric Maintenance: 5 Benefits of Blasting and Painting

It is challenging to keep an asset running without failure. Maintaining the fabric and infrastructure of a production asset is essential to extending its lifespan.   Fabric Maintenance is important to ensuring the integrity of an asset. In time past, Fabric Maintenance was ignored and termed non-safety critical but over time, it has been identified
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3 Colour Codes Applied During Lifting Equipment Inspection

3 Colour Codes Applied During Lifting Equipment Inspection

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