Lifting gear failures not always the equipment’s fault

All failures should be documented before tidying up

Given an unexpected crane failure, crew might assume the problem lay with the equipment – but that’s not always justified: “Operators can sometimes spend a lot of money pursuing the designers for a design fault, but we often find it’s been caused by exceeding the crane’s parameters,” said Chris ...

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