Action Crane Service
Action Crane Service
Crane Rigging Services Provided by Action Crane
With our extensive variety of specialized crane rigging, we deliver a quality and affordable rigging service to our clients. Rigging is used to attach your load to a crane. Crane rigging can include wire ropes, clevises, turnbuckles, slings, shackles, jacks, and other rigging equipment. Identifying the proper rigging to use for a lift is critical for safety and should only be done by an experienced rigger. The riggers at Action Crane are well trained and have a great deal of experience. Our riggers will assess each lift and safely choose and secure the appropriate rigging. If you plan on using cranes for your next project, you should consider rigging and Kelowna crane rental services from Action Crane Service in Kelowna.
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What is Construction Rigging?
Shackles, chains, slings, anchors, spreader bars, and other items are commonly used for construction site rigging. Rigging equipment is used to secure the cargo and attach it to the crane in any activity that uses a crane to lift items. Due to the varying types of materials and loads that have to be lifted during a construction project, it is important to have an experienced crane rigger with an assortment of rigging equipment. Accidents during a construction project due to dropped loads or mismanaged equipment can be avoided with the help of a skilled construction rigger. Experienced riggers like those at Action Crane are familiar with the correct equipment inspection methods and will be able to plan lift operations, get the necessary permits, and manage hazards. Safe rigging selection and procedures used in construction lifting operations ensure a safe and efficient worksite.
Hoisting and Rigging Safety
Workers participating in lifting and rigging operations should be well trained in both safety and operational procedures. Only trained rigging personnel should operate hoisting equipment. The riggers at Action Crane will safely determine how to hoist the load so it’s stable after the weights and capabilities are understood. Our experienced riggers can spot dangers that might affect a hoisting operation because of their training and expertise. They are well aware of issues that can compromise hoisting safety, as well as factors that restrict capacity and safe rigging, lifting, and landing methods. Also, our riggers know how to examine and utilize slings and other rigging hardware properly. At Action Crane, our team follows fundamental safe lifting and rigging procedures in order to prevent crane and rigging incidents.