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The Domson Advantage

We are industry leaders when it comes to inspection, certification, and engineering services for the crane and lifting industry. We also provide visual inspection, nondestructive testing and engineering support for construction, power generation, oil & gas, chemical, steel fabrication, and manufacturing industries.

Whether you need crane inspection, general NDT, or engineering support for your projects, we can help.

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Lift Equipment Inspection

Nondestructive Testing

Critical Lift Planning

Structural Engineering

Visual Inspection

Asset Integrity Inspection

Custom Lift Designs

Mechanical Engineering

Steel Bridge Inspection

Rope Access NDT

Accident Investigations

Welding & Materials Engineering

News & Blogs

CSA Z150.3 Articulating Crane Review Document Now Available

The CSA Group has publicly released the review draft for the new CSA Z150.3 safety code for articulating cranes for review. << READ MORE >>

CSA Z151 Concrete Pump Review Document Now Available

The CSA Group has publicly released the review draft for the new CSA Z151 standard for Concrete Pumps and Placing Booms. << READ MORE >>

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Construction Regulations Webinar

On February 8th, 2017 we hosted our first webinar review of the new Ontario Construction Regulations. We discussed what the changes mean, what construction equipment they affect, when is NDT required, and how to check your NDT inspectors' qualifications.

New Ontario Law Affects Crane Users Effective Jan 1, 2017

New Ontario Construction Regulations define which methods, and what qualifications are required to perform NDT on lift devices. << READ MORE >>

Tower Crane Review Performance Standard

Engineers performing tower crane inspections must follow new Performance Standard or risk losing license. << READ MORE >>

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Why Do I Need a Repair Inspection to Get My Crane Certified?

Another of the most frequently asked questions we encounter is, "why does the inspector need to come back and inspect any repairs before I can get my certificate?". In this article we do a breakdown and analysis on what CSA Z150 says about repair inspection, and why it's always important to properly finish the job. << READ MORE >>

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