Crane Warning Systems Atlanta Offers Accurate Load Indicators to Help Crane Operators Prevent Overloading Hazards

Crane Warning Systems Atlanta has the finest crane load indicator systems and excellent customer service.

Atlanta, Georgia, 21st April 2023, ZEX PR WIRE, Crane Warning Systems Atlanta (CWSA) is happy to inform you that they now provide precise crane load indicator systems to assist crane operators in avoiding overloading risks. Crane operators can now make better-informed judgments and prevent overloading the crane by using load indicators to give them real-time information on their cargo weight.

A crane operator and other nearby employees might experience injuries or perhaps fatalities due to overloading the crane. In construction sites and other places where cranes are used, CWSA is assisting in lowering the danger of these risks and enhancing safety by offering precise load indicators.

CWSA is a prominent supplier of crane safety tools and services, including crane warning systems, crane overload indicators, and crane load monitoring systems in Atlanta. Several crane types can have load indicators installed by their skilled technicians, who also offer continuous maintenance and support to ensure the machinery works correctly.

According to a CWSA spokeswoman, the load indicators must be simple and highly accurate. They give crane operators real-time data on the mass of the cargo they lift, enabling them to decide how much weight to raise and when to stop. As a result, everyone on the job site is safer and overloading risks are reduced.

Moreover, the CWSA staff takes satisfaction in contributing to increased safety on construction sites around Atlanta and beyond. One of the many ways we try to make construction sites and other workplaces safer for everyone is by using their load indicators.

For more information, contact Crane Warning Systems Atlanta using the details below.

About Crane Warning Systems Atlanta

Since 2001, Crane Warning Systems Atlanta has offered Rayco – Wylie product sales, support, repair, and parts. Wylie Systems is considered a pioneer in the crane safety instrumentation field. Wylie created the initial crane overload warning system in 1933.

As a US distributor for RaycoWylie, they provide clients with a comprehensive selection of cutting-edge crane indication systems, including wireless anti-two-block devices (ATB), offshore intrinsically safe rated capacity indicators (RCI), and load movement indicators (LMI). We stock the most popular systems and parts to serve their clients better.

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Hong Kong – Crane incident at construction site on Chi Shin Street, Tseung Kwan O

Crane incident at construction site on Chi Shin Street, Tseung Kwan O


     A spokesman for the Architectural Services Department (ArchSD) today (December 28) said that the Government was deeply concerned about a crane incident occurred at a construction site on Chi Shin Street in Tseung Kwan O. The contractor and sub-contractors were requested to suspend the operation of the crane immediately and cordon off the site where the crane located to safeguard the workers’ safety.
     At about 9.45am this morning, the jib of a crane while operating on the roof of a building at the construction site of the Immigration Headquarters on Chi Shin Street in Tseung Kwan O suddenly lowered down slowly. It then stopped and rested on top of an external wall of the building. There was no casualty in the incident.
     After the incident, the ArchSD and the Development Bureau (DEVB) summoned the management of the contractor to provide an account of the causes, and to discuss the follow-up actions and improvement measures. According to the site inspection and the footage of the monitoring system of the contractor, the incident is preliminary suspected to be related to mechanical malfunction. The ArchSD is reviewing the inspection and maintenance records for the roof crane and will carry out a detailed investigation with the Labour Department.
     As the contractor was involved in a fatal accident at the same construction site in May this year, the DEVB has ordered it to arrange for an independent safety audit and submit a report within two weeks. After reviewing the report, the DEVB will take appropriate follow up actions in accordance with the public works procurement and monitoring mechanism. The DEVB has also requested works departments to step up inspections of similar roof cranes at public works sites.