Improve safety and productivity

At Tin Phat, We adhere to the principles of labor safety. Therefore, measures to avoid the risk of unsafety for our customers are of the utmost importance. Our cranes must be safety first, Safety features must come first

Every worker around the globe wants to return home safely at the end of every shift. No matter what industry you work in – from steel mills and automobile assembly plants to paper mills and manufacturers – workplace safety is a must.

Workplace incidents can lead to serious injury and death. Equipment replacement costs and lost production time can be staggering. Properly maintained cranes in the hands of a trained operator will help create a safer and more productive working environment.

A proactive preventive maintenance program is important to maximize safety, however, there are a number of other improvements to consider when looking to increase safety. The addition of safety technologies can make crane operation safer for both people and equipment; and enhanced testing and services can help uncover safety issues so they can be resolved quickly.

10 issues that need to be taken care of when installing a gantry crane

  1. Crane inspection is essential for safe operation
  2. Preventive maintenance program activehelps keep equipment in a safe and efficient state
  3. Replacing parts before they cause damage helps prolong the life of the device
  4. Operator training safe and efficient use of cranes is an investment in employee and workplace safety
  5. Retrofit is a relatively easy and economical way to add existing features and technology to your existing crane.
  6. Modernization can help you comply with applicable safety regulations and can reduce the risk of downtime
  7. Advanced services can uncover critical issues using the most current technology and trained professionals to get a closer look at your crane and its components
  8. Real-time visibility of your device's status and usage will help you operate more safely
  9. Features to look for in a new crane or in addition to an older crane
  10. Safety features for smart lifting


Compliance consulting and training

Two ways to help increase the safety of your employees and operations are compliance gap analysis and operator training.

Compliance Distance Analysis has been designed to provide an assessment of your current crane operation, regulatory compliance and maintenance practices. It can help identify potential compliance gaps, including critical safety issues, and it provides recommendations to help reduce associated risks.

Crane Operator Training provides participants with working knowledge to assist in minimizing operator errors that can lead to unnecessary downtime. Crane operator training can also provide additional knowledge to help avoid serious injury to personnel that can result from improper crane operation.