Specialty equipment inspection is important for keeping all assets up to date. Across several industries, digital inspection is transforming the way organisations operate and carry out their business audit, quality assurance and workplace safety inspection.
For many specific operational methods and pieces of specialty equipment, there are additional regulations and checks that go further than typical inspections. Assets and machinery that is left unmonitored can end up spending more time in repair or unused due to worries about its safety or if its fit for use. Many businesses and firms are choosing to implement this within their digital inspection management systems.
Inspections for lifting and fall protection are two examples of many in the mining industry, that require additional safety inspection. Speciality regulations such as ISO 53.020 or ISO 17096:2015 not only lead the organisations and employees in their usage but represent fixed industry guidelines that any industry participant would adhere to. For operators of cranes and hoists, there are often pre-start checks to carry out, that are imperative in order to adhere to site safety; just as it is mandatory for all non-fixed loads, shackles and lifting hooks to be inspected on a very regular basis. Across the workplace, site or company locations, organisations must be on top of their inspection to stay competitive and safe within their work.