If you have permanently installed exterior building maintenance (EBM) equipment at your building, you have the obligation to inspect, maintain and certify the equipment before allowing maintenance contractor vendors to use the equipment. This is true for all jurisdictions (see links below).
Let us come to your building and perform the appropriate Inspection and/or testing necessary to certify that the equipment is safe for use. As an Agency of Cal OSHA:
Below is an excerpt from the applicable Cal OSHA code. There is also a link below to the corresponding Federal OSHA code that has identical language:
DOSH General Industry Safety Orders (GISO) Title 8, Article 5, Section 3282(p)(1)(A) and (p)(2) state:
Let us help you by allowing us to provide the inspection, testing and certification that will enable you to provide your vendors and employees with the written assurance required by these orders.
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Periodic Inspection and Tests Required every 12 Months. This is sometimes referred to as an “annual inspection.”
Maintenance Inspection and Tests Required within 30 days of planned equipment use and every 30 days there after in equipment remains in continual use. This is sometimes referred to as a “pre-use inspection.”
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1910.66(c) - Assurance
1910.66(g)(2) - Periodic Inspection and Tests
1910.66(g)(3) - Maintenance Inspections and Tests