TIM Rigging Questionnaire
What’s the difference?
LEVEL ONE inspections can be performed from accessible positions such as rigging galleries, catwalks, facility ladders and gridirons or from the stage floor where no accessible positions exist.
LEVEL TWO inspections are performed by gaining access, typically using (ladders, scaffolding, or personnel lifts) to all rigging components. All components of all sets, including lifting media, are to be inspected.
Which inspection do you need?
On manual rigging equipment including counterweight and fire curtain systems:
LEVEL ONE inspections are required annually.
LEVEL TWO inspections are required every five years, if last date of inspection is unknown, and immediately after equipment or components have been newly installed, altered, or repaired.
On Motorized Equipment:
LEVEL TWO inspections are required annually, if last date of inspection is unknown, and immediately after equipment or components have been newly installed, altered, or repaired.
Below please find the J.R. Clancy TIM Rigging Questionnaire. We ask you to fill out only what you know and submit to our Service Department. This information allows our team to prepare a timely and accurate quote. If our team requires additional information, we will contact you.