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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Rigging and slinging techniques
  • Crane mounted operator
  • Lift truck operation
  • Incident investigation
  • Safety representative
  • Safety officer
  • Lifting tackle inspector
  • Working at heights
  • Risk assessment
  • Fall protection and fall arrestor

All riggers are annually re-certificated and attend independent training by Global Training Teta and Seta-accredited only to NQF Levels 1 – 3.

Yes. Cranes and lifting gear are load-tested every six months by LMIs and visually inspected by our in-house lifting tackle inspector prior to each and every lift engagement.

All lifting gear failing performance standards is discarded and destroyed.

Nationally and beyond South African borders.

Goods-in-transit and All Risks cover is included and incepted within our quotations at a premium of 0.4% of replacement value.

Yes. Any over-size load on specialised abnormal load transporters, route permits, escort pilot vehicles even within Telkom and Eskom overhead geometric restrictions.

Preference is always given to executive site survey visits preparatory to all free-of-charge quotes. If not practical due to venue distance or time, detailed dimensions in the form of photos of machinery, obstructions, access and ground conditions are requested.

Safety is our absolute, non-negotiable first priority. There is zero tolerance to any unsafe act or ‘chancers’. Every heavy lift and rigging activity is preceded by a written risk prediction tool, risk assessment, lift plan and rigging study if mobile cranage is applied, distilled into a safe procedures methodology statement which is discussed to full understanding and signed off by all riggers pre-operations.

Best value equates to quality and price factors. Our policy to competitive pricing involves line item pricing by activity for greater transparency.

On average, we maintain that we are 20% – 25% cheaper than our competitors.

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