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Crane's Aerial Truck Service

Crane's Aerial Truck Inspection Service

Established in 2001, Crane’s Aerial Truck Service (CATS) is an independent crane inspection service dedicated to providing operational safety through objective inspection, operator safety training and functional understanding of equipment physics and operation.

Clientele include crane owner operators, leasing companies and contractors active in steel erection, bridge construction, electrical construction, power plant construction and renovation, building supply, DoD service and local, state and federal jurisdictions.

In today’s construction business an ever-increasing number of contractors are requiring third party inspections on cranes and other equipment. To be covered for all liability scenarios you need to have your inspections to be performed by a truly disinterested (third party) inspector.

This is what separates us from the rest. “Cranes” was founded on the premise that inspections are our only business so we can provide you with legitimate third party inspections. Being geared up to perform inspections any place and at any time and being recognized by this industry as a top notch inspection company provides our customers with the jobsite acceptance they want and ease of getting the job done that they have come to expect. That’s our secret to keeping our customers with us.

Isn’t it time that you stepped up to Cranes Aerial Truck Service for your inspections? Check us out. If you have comments or questions about our products or services, or simply need more information, please contact us. See why we're still the fastest growing Crane Inspection Company around.

"I started using Crane’s around 2007 and haven’t looked back! The staff has always been more than accommodating and responsive to my companies needs, whether it’s a scheduled inspection, advise on a safe way to complete a repair, or a last minute phone call at 5:00 on a Friday afternoon before a long weekend! I have had three inspectors over the years; Jay, Randy and most recently Tim, and all are extremely knowledgeable and professional. The inspectors have even gone as far as replacing decals, resulting in a zero deficiency report. What more could you ask from your Crane inspection company."


Shawn Griffin
CPM Construction in ME

"Right from the start Jay and his team impressed me with their extensive knowledge and experience. They have become my “Go To Company” for all my compliance needs. They stay on top of the ever-expanding regulations, and that’s one less headache any business owner would appreciate. "


Elaine DeTulio
Sign Lite in CT

News

Maritime Inspection

We at Crane's are proud to announce that we are now an OSHA 1919 Maritime Accredited Survey. This allows Cranes to perform Maritime inspections.

Marine Engineering

Crane's is proud to announce our partnership with John Colletti & Associates, Inc. By partnering with John and his company we are able to provide engineering to our customers. John is an accredited agency of the U.S. Department of Labor OSHA Title 29CFR1919 with over 35 years experience. Please feel free to visit his site www.cranedoctor.com.


Floating Cranes, Floating Derricks & Barge Inspections

With the recent partnership with John P. Colletti & Associates, Inc we at Crane's are now performing Shore Based Material Handling Devices, Floating Cranes, Floating Derricks and Barge Inspections.


OSHA
License Prep Classes

MA and RI license preparation classes allow your employee to be prepared to take their state test they are applying for. These classes not only prepare them to take the state test, it also awards the employee with a certificate stating they have had training for that type of equipment.

Massachusetts Classes
Rhode Island Classes

OSHA
New crane/derricks regulations go into effect November 2010

How do the New OSHA Crane Standards Affect You?
The total revamping of the OSHA 1925.550 Cranes/Derricks include changes in
  • Crane operator certification requirements
  • Employer's requirements for operator's certification
  • Training requirements
  • Responsibilities of the crane operator
  • Standards in multi crane picks
  • Inspection procedures and documentation
  • Operator aid (LMI) requirements
  • Responsibilities for site manager
  • The inclusion of related equipment that previously did not fall under the crane standards

OSHA
How do the new OSHA Crane/Derricks standards affect Equipment, Personnel and Organizations?

Equipment affected
  • Tower Cranes
  • Lattice Boom Cranes
  • Hydraulic Cranes
  • Articulating Cranes
  • Overhead Cranes
  • Digger Derricks
  • Drill Rigs
  • Fork Trucks
  • Tow Trucks
  • Excavation Equipment

Personnel affected
  • Operators
  • Signal Personnel
  • Riggers
  • Site Foreman
  • Employers
  • Site owners

Organizations
  • Municipalities
  • Licensing agencies