Planned Maintenance of Your Vehicle Restraints (With Checklist)
What checklist do the professionals use to inspect your vehicle restraint equipment? 5 Steps to a thorough evaluation for proper maintenance of your equipment including: cleaning, lubricating, adjusting, inspecting, and documentation.
5 Steps to a Thorough Evaluation for Proper Maintenance of your Equipment
Cleaning Technicians thoroughly clean equipment and components to ensure longer life and a more efficient workplace. Prevents dirt and debris from clogging working parts and causing premature wear.
Lubricating Technicians apply correct lubricants in proper places to ensure equipment works efficiently. This means downtime is reduced since components are protected from wear, moisture and corrosion.
Adjusting Equipment that is improperly adjusted can waste time and create hazards. All necessary components are adjusted properly to make sure equipment works smoothly and consistently.
Inspecting Technicians thoroughly inspect vehicle restraints and are trained to bring small problems to your attention before they become big issues. Predictive maintenance solutions are offered as needed.
Looking for a vehicle restraint maintenance checklist? Your planned maintenance team will check all regular operations and inspect the following:
Bolts, Welds and Nuts
Control Box, Key Override and Signs
Mounting Location Readable
Conduit and Junction Box Hardware
Communication Systems, including Warning Horn and Lights
Documentation We provide documentation to show service work that has been completed and indicate areas of problems, saving you potential headaches down the road.
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