Inspection & Reporting
Tasman Rope Access pride itself on delivering comprehensive inspections and reporting solutions to our clients to ensure the longevity of the lifecycle of critical assets. We understand the constraints of working in regional and remote locations across Australia and that is why our detailed inspection strategies and reporting criteria are tailored specifically for maintenance schedulers and planners to forecast parts and materials supply management and achieve project milestones.
This ensures production downtime is kept to an absolute minimum allowing planning schedules to optimise productivity. Due to access restrictions for our clients, reporting is critical to outlining the work completed and provides reassurance all maintenance tasks have been completed to a high level of workmanship therefore the asset’s life cycle has been extended.
All reports outline the current condition of the asset, recommended future inspection strategies, safety and continual improvement initiatives, parts and material listing, labour management, and downtime schedules.
Inspection and report types:
- Condition monitoring
- Corrosion and QA/QC checks
- Drone inspection analysis
- Non-destructive testing (NDT) Inspection techniques
- Resource management & scheduling
- Structural inspection & Engineering
- Wear tracking and prevention plan