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What is the Cost of a Rigging Inspection?

If you’re in charge of maintaining your company’s manufacturing equipment and machinery, take a second to think about how much responsibility actually falls on your shoulders.

On a day-to-day basis, you may be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of any of the following: overhead cranes and hoists, hydraulic presses, tool and die equipment, tow motors, man lifts or scissor lifts, CNC machines, lathes, mill machinery, or the containment of chemicals and other flammable or hazardous materials.

That’s a lot to take on yourself. At Mazzella Companies, we have one of the few business units in the industry that is dedicated solely to the inspection of lifting and rigging equipment, below-the-hook lifting devices, and personal fall protection equipment.

Our growing team of Rigging Inspectors are fully certified through an accredited training program to understand all of the related ASME standards and assist you in getting your company’s lifting and rigging inspection program in compliance.

Disclaimer: Any advice, graphics, images, and/or information contained herein are presented for general educational and information purposes and to increase overall safety awareness. It is not intended to be legal, medical, or other expert advice or services, and should not be used in place of consultation with appropriate industry professionals. The information herein should not be considered exhaustive and the user should seek the advice of appropriate professionals.