Operational/Safety Inspections of Lifting Devices

Safety is our primary concern and because there is not a single method of testing that is comprehensive enough to facilitate a decision about the overall structural integrity of equipment, we offer a variety. IIA utilizes various complementary methods of non-destructive testing, including acoustic emission, magnetic particle, ultrasonic, visual and operational inspections.

Upon completion of our testing, a Fleet Safety Analysis report can be generated that provides inventory and statistical information to help your organization better manage its fleet.

IIA follows the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) guidelines adopted in 1969. These standards, A92.2 and A10.31 set forth the MINIMUM test requirements that must be considered and built into quality assurance programs for vehicle-mounted aerial devices to provide safe and proper operations. The standard includes user responsibilities for periodic inspection; and at a minimum, the owner/user is to provide the following: loading, stability, visual inspections and dielectric testing of insulated units.

Effective maintenance and inspection of aerial equipment is one of the most critical factors for ensuring the safety and productivity of utility operations personnel. Allow IIA and our team of experts to help your organization keep compliant and safe.


Certifications and Guidelines

  • Insurance Coverage Beyond General Liability – Errors and Omissions Insurance
  • Utilization of Qualified and Trained Inspectors/li>
  • Internal Quality Control and Quality Assurance Audit Programs
  • Level III NDT on Staff
  • On-Site Safety Coordinator
  • ANSI A92.2, ASTM 914 and Crane Certification Association of America Committee Members on Staff
  • ISO/IEC 17020 Accredited
  • Federal OSHA Certified
  • Cal-OSHA Certified
  • Washington State Construction Crane Certified

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