Lifting and Rigging Site Assessment Guide

Do you have a nagging feeling that your lifting and rigging program isn't in compliance with OSHA and ASME standards?

A site assessment is not an inspection or an audit. Instead, it should be looked at as a general assessment of your lifting and rigging equipment and procedures.

When you go through this process of turning the standards requirements into questions, you're identifying opportunities for improvement and getting to the heart of the matter—which is compliance and execution of safe lifting and rigging practices.




Use this guide to prepare for a third-party site assessment, or use it to observe and record your lifting and rigging procedures, equipment, and documentation related to:

  • Training (Records, Methods, Content, and Retention)
  • Equipment
  • Maintenance
  • Purchasing and Inventory
  • Application and Facility Review

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