The MONOCRANE Crane Service & Preventative Maintenance programme has been designed to provide reliability by minimising productivity downtime and maximising the life of your crane. It is our recommendation to carry out a routine service every 3-6 months in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice for Cranes in addition to the annual inspection certification requirement. This cycle time is designed to minimise breakdowns by identifying crane issues before they come to fruition causing unplanned downtime.
MONOCRANE provides customer priority to our National Service & Maintenance programme customers to ensure we can look after you and your business needs. We aim to provide you with the best customer service to accommodate your business needs by scheduling regular crane services at your convenience, not at ours.
To assist customers with maintenance cost budgeting MONOCRANE will provide a service quotation with a fixed fee for 3 years.
- 24 Hour Breakdown Service across our experienced team of specialised crane service technicians
- Dedicated service manager on call for all your breakdown support
- Reliable supplier of an extensive range of manufacturers specification spare parts (we don’t compromise on quality of spare parts)
- Twice a year our nationwide service trip throughout New Zealand which saves our customers money
- Bespoke Crane Service & Preventative Maintenance programme
- Access to preferential pricing or Service Contract Customers
- Minimise your business downtime with our fast efficient supply of spare parts
- Nationwide or international delivery by air, road or sea to meet your requirements
- Annual Design Life Inspections are provided with trusted independent inspectors
We carry an extensive range of spare parts & hoists for a range of crane products as MONOCRANE believe it is our job to keep your business operating. Our suppliers are carefully selected based on quality, industry experience and level of excellence. It is important to purchase parts which are specified by the crane manufacturer – a significant investment in research & development is made by our suppliers to ensure the most suitable component are selected for their application. Due to this investment the specified parts are proven to have a longer life on your crane.
If there is a spare part or product you would like us to hold until the day you need it let us know and we would be happy to help!
New Product Release
B2B “Back to Base” has been released by JDN & MONOCRANE to provide full remote monitoring of crane performance and any fault alerts for prompt resolution. Learn more here
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B2B Technical Sheet
Year on year across all industries the complexity and cost of compliance appears to increase. Ensuring your business satisfies the relevant requirements is a cost of doing business today. Whilst the cost of compliance is a mandatory financial forecast in your annual plan, it is worth remembering that the cost of non compliance is significantly more.
CRANE COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST
Source – Approved Code of Practice for Cranes
“Cranes are to be inspected and issues with a certificate of inspection by the inspection body at intervals not exceeding 12 months”
DESIGNATED DESIGN LIFE
“A crane’s design life may not be the same as its actual life and depends on such factors as its classification, usage and its operating environment. As the end of the design life of a crane approaches, at periodic intervals, an inspection and testing shall be carried out in order to determine that the crane will remain safe for continued use. This is likely to be over and above the routine inspection process.”
“Every controller of a crane shall take all practicable steps to ensure that every crane is maintained in a safe condition and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions at all times”
GANTRY CRANE OPERATOR CERTIFICATION
“All persons operating or working with a crane must hold applicable unit standards (3800) as a minimum qualification and preferably hold the relevant National Certificate in Crane operation”
CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING
- The Approved Code of Practice for Cranes (3rd edition 2009 states: All persons operating or working with a crane must hold applicable unit standards (3800) as a minimum qualification and preferably hold the relevant National Certificate in Crane operation.
- Overhead Gantry Crane Operators must be trained in order to prevent harm to personnel and damage to plant and equipment. The pending H&S Reform Bill places a particular duty of care on PCBU’s to comply with the best practices and guidelines.
- The gantry crane training offered by MONOCRANE 2010 Limited has been designed to provide the knowledge to inspect and operate overhead gantry cranes that are controlled by a remote handheld pendant.
- The Gantry Crane training is conducted using our customers crane within their own work environment in a 1 day (8 Hours) course.
- The NZ Crane Association has set a pre requisite requirement for each trainee to evidence they have achieved the Sling Regular Loads Safety 30072 prior to enrolly for this Unit Standard: 3800.
- Learning Objectives People credited with this unit standard are able to:
- Identify hazards and implement control measures when operating Overhead Gantry Cranes
- The care and use of the crane and lifting equipment
- Pre-start checks and service, fault reporting, load attachment, load lifting, load traversing, load placement
- Understanding and using Gantry Crane terminology
- Understanding the importance of pre-operational checks
- Being aware of the safety codes for Crane operators
- On successful completion candidates will be able to demonstrate safe operation including: hazard control, lifting, lowering and attachment of loads using various slinging methods and each individual will be provided with an electronic certificate of competency and a competency ID card.
- Upon completion of the training course the 3800 unit standard requirement is satisfied.
- This course is valid 3 years and it is recommended for a refresher course to be attended to maintain the unit standard requirements.