Can I Use a Makeshift Skid Pan For an Overhead Lift On a Job Site?

In a video series that allows us to answer questions directly from our customers, the question on the table today is probably one of the most common questions we receive: “Can I use a makeshift skid pan for an overhead lift on a job site?”

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Devon McCarty works out of our Cleveland, Ohio branch. He’s here to answer a question about using a makeshift skid pan to transport material through a facility—and whether that falls in line with OSHA and ASME regulations.

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