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    Important Safety Notice

    Important Safety Notice

    USERS OF THE BELOW CROSBY PRODUCT: 1018534 1” 8.50t G-209 Shackle 1018543 1” 8.50t S-209 Shackle With Production Identification Codes (PIC) TXJ as located on the shackle bow PLEASE CAREFULLY REVIEW AND ACT UPON THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.   February 4, 2022 Dear Valued End User of Crosby Products: THE CROSBY GROUP has determined the above listed screw pin anchor shackles may have a condition that can reduce the ultimate load capacity from the published catalog values. The shackle bow may have a previously undetected indication, and continued use may result in loss of load, property damage, severe injury, or death....

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    Canadian Industrial Racking Inspection Requirements 2022

    Canadian Industrial Racking Inspection Requirements 2022

    With so many different government regulations regarding workplace equipment, ensuring that your company is complying can be a daunting task. Don’t worry, we understand your pain. In this article Technical Loadarm will break down and simplify what exactly you need to do to comply with all federal & local government regulations.       We at Technical Loadarm have been working with major companies across North America since 1986:   Ford GM The US Army Lafarge Air Canada   IBM   We have been pioneers in lifting device safety and have been contributing to writing government regulations over the years....

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    Crack Found on 33000 lbs Lift Truck

    Crack Found on 33000 lbs Lift Truck

    Here is a 33000lbs lift truck at a concrete facility we service in Ottawa. Our technician Chris was able to find on a lift cylinder base plate and weld crack.

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    Warehouse & Ladder Safety

    Warehouse & Ladder Safety

    Keep your warehouse safe! Here we can see a cracked side railing on 12' mobile ladder great find by our technician Chris Fischbach We recently got asked… When is a spotter Required while using an extension ladder ? Answer: According to the MOL regulations , 851 section 73 states: A portable or mobile ladder shall,a) be free from broken or loose members or other faults b) have non slip feet c) be placed on firm footing d) where it, (i) exceeds six meters in length and is not securely fastened, or (ii) is likely to be endangered be traffic, be...

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    Forklift Attachments & Capacity Ratings

    Forklift Attachments & Capacity Ratings

    All lift trucks with front end attachments shall be rated for the attachment at maximum elevation with the load laterally centred. ASME B56.1- 2000 4.2.2: If the truck is equipped with a front end attachment(s), including fork extensions, the user shall see that the truck is marked to identify the attachment(s), show the approximate weight of the truck and attachment combination, and show the capacity of the truck with attachment(s) at maximum elevation with load laterally centred.   If your trucks data plate does not show a capacity with the attachment you should contact your dealer for an updated data...

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