An Emphasis on Safety

Safety on any jobsite is of the utmost importance, but we take it to another level with All State Crane. Our equipment is up to date, maintained and fully operational, and every operator and rigger we have is certified by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators.

We’re fully licensed, insured and passionate about what we do in a safe, quality manner. When you work with All State Crane, you’re working with experts who make sure your job goes smoothly.

All field employees are required to complete OSHA-10 or OSHA-30 training.

Employees are trained in CPR, first aid and AED.

All State Crane and Rigging maintains a strict policy regarding drug and alcohol abuse.

All State Crane and Rigging creates and maintains a safe and healthy environment on all jobsites and is also guided by site-specific safety and health plans

Our Safety and Health plan includes:

  • Training
  • Inspections and High Expectations
  • Medical support
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Site-specific Emergency Procedures
  • Fall-protection Policy
  • Hazard Communication
  • MSDS
All State Crane and Rigging Safety

Why is it Important?

Crane safety is paramount in any construction, industrial, or logistical operation. These towering machines are indispensable for lifting and moving heavy loads, but they also pose significant risks if not operated and maintained properly.

First and foremost, ensuring crane safety prevents accidents that can result in severe injuries or fatalities. A comprehensive protocol reduces the likelihood of incidents such as crane collapses, load drops, or tip-overs, safeguarding the lives of workers and bystanders. Moreover, a commitment to crane safety fosters a culture of accountability and vigilance on worksites, where adherence to procedures becomes ingrained in daily operations.

Beyond human well-being, crane safety is also essential for protecting valuable equipment and infrastructure. Accidents involving cranes can cause extensive damage to property, resulting in costly repairs and project delays. By prioritizing these measures, organizations can mitigate these risks, safeguarding their investments and maintaining productivity.

Furthermore, adherence to crane safety standards enhances regulatory compliance and promotes a positive reputation for businesses. Demonstrating a commitment to safety not only fosters trust among employees and clients but also minimizes the potential for legal liabilities and fines.

In essence, crane safety is not merely a legal obligation but a moral imperative. By prioritizing all of this in crane operations, we save lives and cultivate a culture of responsibility and excellence in the workplace.