Morrow’s goal is to exceed
all safety requirements. Morrow administers a comprehensive safety program for all employees to assure their health and safety takes precedence over all other concerns. The company is committed to being proactive when it comes to accident prevention. Additionally, upon request, Morrow will provide the necessary training, safety program, and assistance to promote a safety-oriented environment for your job site. Contact Morrow for more information.
Morrow conducts internal safety inspections to assure that a safe and healthful workplace is provided for all employees. In addition, Morrow makes periodic field inspections of fleet equipment. These inspections enable us to provide the highest level of safety and quality of equipment possible. Morrow’s safety programs can provide customers with:
- Resources to monitor and service equipment
- Jobsite safety protocols
- Guidance in safety planning
- Safety inspection forms
All of our Morrow service technicians, maintenance personnel, and equipment operators undergo frequent evaluation and are required to maintain NCCCO certification. Morrow service employees continue their safety and inspection education at the worlds leading crane and hoist training facility at Morrow Training Center in Salem, Oregon. Training includes:
- Hazard identification
- Lock-out/tag-out procedures
- Fall protection
- Hazardous communications
- Respiratory protection
- Forklift operation
We thoroughly inspect
every section of equipment for structural, electrical, and mechanical problems as it arrives to the local Morrow yard. A red or blue color-coded label is placed on each component to insure that it receives the proper refurbishment. A red label indicates the component has structural defects, and a blue label indicates the piece is structurally sound and only needs cosmetic repairs.
Quality control failure
No structural deficiencies
Quality control passed
For a component to receive a green label, a series of detailed inspections must be made following a standardized checklist. The entire crane is subjected to a rigorous overhaul in accordance with our strict quality assurance program.
All maintenance, repairs, and inspections are documented by qualified inspectors in each Morrow facility and tracked in our quality control database. In addition, a slewing ring inspection is made on a scheduled basis along with an annual torque check. If all these steps pass our rigorous processes, we are confident the crane will meet the high demands of the customer.
Morrow offers a complete range
of inspection and certification programs. Our factory-trained technical staff and expert equipment inspectors can carry out any phase or level of inspection required for tower crane and construction hoist equipment. From basic recommendations for service and maintenance to thorough testing and certification, Morrow will tailor a program meeting any customers need.
With expert technical advise, dedicated factory-trained inspectors and our professional engineering department, Morrow provides each customer unparalleled service in the certification and inspection of lifting equipment.
Safety Manuals and Guidelines
Read up on current NCCCO certification and OSHA regulations and download free safety manuals.