Maximize the ROI and Improve Your Company Performance by Optimizing Worksite and Equipment Inspection
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What is equipment inspection?
A formal equipment inspection program is required to ensure that operators know what to inspect on any specific type of equipment. The program should incorporate comprehensive guidelines and checklists for each piece of equipment and make it available to operators. The guidelines should set up requirements for periodic inspections by mechanics and daily inspections by operators. Inspection documents can make it easy for individuals to do a systematic check the equipment. Therefore, an organization must create a checklist that guides operators around the equipment for checking.
Why get an equipment inspection prior to purchase?
A formal equipment inspection should be a priority prior to purchasing any piece of equipment. With a proper inspection you can have a Professional travel to that equipment, inspect it top to bottom and report back to you with our findings. These inspections are critical especially in the Used market. When we do a site survey or inspection on anything from Printers to cutters, we do a full review of that equipment based of the information we have at our disposal. The inspection includes:
Travel to the equipment
Scheduling with the seller
Inspection of the equipment
Moving services if required
Full report with pictures regarding that equipment and what our opinion of it is.
Worksite inspection & equipment inspection
Generally, we do an inspection prior to your new purchase or delivery, Will it fit, do you have the power for it, logistics of the move etc. Why guess, let us put a comprehensive report together, no guess work.
In the traditional landscape of a comprehensive health and safety plan, businesses conducted periodic worksite inspections at regular intervals, where a trained professional within the organization would identify and rectify hazards. Safety is often driven by compliance either to a company policy or to regulation. OSHA has a clear condition that employers should provide a place of employment to their workers that is free from identified hazards that might cause death or serious harm to employees.
Worksite inspections are not meant only to meet a compliance requirement. They can help workers by ensuring that the workplace is safe and help the company illustrate that it cares.
Equipment inspections help in identification of problems that need to be repaired before they become real and expensive. Regular equipment inspection procedures documented with equipment inspection reports avoid mishaps from happening because, through regular inspections, an organization will come to know when heavy equipment may have a breakdown so that they can schedule maintenance before the equipment failures occur.
Here are some objectives of an equipment inspection.
Establish internal quality and usage standards:
An organization helps the worker to streamline maintenance based on the asset type so that assets are working in the right manner and there are fewer possibilities of misuse and downtime.
Implement consultation practice: Proper consultation from the concerned department is mandatory before carrying out any repairs.
Thorough documentation of all activities: It is essential for every organization to track repair history and calculate depreciation for timely disposal.
Adhere to deadlines: Stick to your maintenance plan to complete daily tasks within deadlines. This results in minimizing any waste of repair resources. Achieving the above-mentioned objectives can significantly reduce replacement costs largely and generate higher revenues by increasing system performance and total productivity.