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Rigging Rope Inspection Template

Download this rigging rope inspection checklist to guarantee your equipment’s integrity. Double-check that the chains, wires, ropes, or synthetic sling’s weight load limit are not exceeded and that there is no evidence of damage.
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Rigging Rope Inspection Template

Rigging Rope Description

What type of rigging equipment are you inspecting?

ID Tag Number

Name of Manufacturer

Rope Diameter

Rope Length

Weight Load Limit

Weight of object to be moved

What are the job site's requirements

Wire, Ropes, and Slings

Wires, ropes, and slings should be inspected before each use

At any one place, does the rope have a reduction of 1/3 its original diameter?

Are there any wires disconnected form the end attachments?

Is there any localized wear?

Is there any evidence of heat damage?

Is there any evidence of fraying or breakage?

Is there any evidence of cracking, wearing, deformation, or corrosion of the end attachments?

Do the chinks show any sign of stretching, kinking, or deformation?

Are there any other signs of damage present?

Can the rigging equipment remain in service? (If you answered yes to any one of the above questions, then the item should be retired from active service).

Synthetic Slings

Synthetic slings should be inspected before each use

Is the BLN tag present?

Are there any knots, snags, tears, holes, or cuts present?

Is there any loose stitching?

Are there any loose threads?

Is there any melting or charring visible on any part of the sling?

Is there any evidence of chemical damage?

Does the sling exhibit any brittle or stiff areas?

Are any parts of the sling discolored?

Are there any other signs of damage? (If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then the sling should be removed from service).

Signature

Full name and signature of inspector

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