Each year when you tender works for RMS and the inspector comes out to appraise your equipment it is always hit and miss.
If you have missed something, it can really hit your reputation and can prohibit you from getting that job. In previous roles we have carried these inspections out for RMS, so we know what to expect and what you need to do. We come out, carry out the inspection to the same requirements as RMS and help you get it right before they come out.
We understand the complexities associated with getting plant approved on tier one projects – we are heavily involved with projects of this size so not only do we understand their requirements.
We also understand the foundation behind the plant requirements and as such can manage this process on your behalf – completely removing this stress from you and letting you get back to what you do best.
You found a machine you want to by- but your to busy to look at it and if you did – you wouldn’t really know what you’re looking at anyway. Don’t stress, one of our skilled inspectors can inspect on your behalf. Once we understand the exact requirement you need it for, we will make a list of recommendations for you if you by it or if it is just a bad buy.
Sometimes no, these are not captured in the fixed price and for many people they don’t need these however if you’re working on a job that you just cant afford a breakdown or you want the machine to last for a long time some of these items can give you peace of mind and keep you out of trouble.
Hiring out plant long term or even hiring plant yourself long term – tired of hire companies and hirers getting you for damages when it is returned? Have us conduct third party on and off hire inspection to ensure that you’re not responsible for any damages incurred during the hire. If you’re cross hiring equipment – we can arrange onsite inspections periodically to ensure any ongoing damages are noted and claims issued to your customer rather than wait till the end of the hire period.
Periodic site inspection
If you are operating high risk plant you know that it must be in the absolute best condition, other wise people get hurt. Most people pick up defects during their annual inspection, this can get expensive due to the defects growing over the year. Best practice is to do routine inspections too – every three months (and monthly for concrete boom pumps), this way we capture the small issues before they turn in to large (and dangerous ones).
How many times have you spent lots of money on getting an annual inspection only for the machine to be turned away at a job?
We don’t just look at it from a safety perspective, we look at it from a reliability perspective and a reputational perspective. We want you in the gate working straight away.
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