Data Management

OSHA mandated inspections can generate a large amount of critical data. To make the best decisions prioritizing repairs and keeping your equipment in compliance, proper data management is imperative.

How do you manage your Data?

Hoist & Crane Service Group’s exclusive HALO Data management program is the most effective way for you to manage critical inspection data. As a core competency service provider, one of HCSG’s primary focuses is generating and presenting inspection data accurately and efficiently. Discrepancies and other pertinent data found during the inspection are offered in a way that can be easily filtered, prioritized and managed.


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HALO Data Management

Program Features:

  • Display all your inspection data in one, easy to review format.
  • Sort inspection discrepancies by equipment type, location, priority, etc.
  • Manage Repairs with an attached budgetary planner.
  • Data tables are accessible in Microsoft Excel, not requiring the installation of proprietary software on your computer.

TCO Management Factor:

Data Management is a core aspect in reducing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Improving the way data is presented and reviewed allows for improved efficiency in planning and executing critical repairs and modifications. Better decisions lead to reductions in TCO.

Advanced Data Management

Hoist & Crane Service Group offers Advanced Data Management solutions through the HALO SmartCrane. HALO SmartCrane allows for real-time data collection via advanced sensory systems that can be retrofitted on your existing equipment.

Real-time data streamed from your equipment can provide critical safety alerts, behavior based safety programs for your operators, and the capability of installing a more advanced condition based maintenance program.

Condition based maintenance (CBM) is a maintenance strategy that monitors the actual condition of your equipment to decide what maintenance needs to be done. Relative to a standard Preventative Maintenance program, CMB dictates that maintenance should only be performed when certain indicators show signs of decreasing performance or upcoming failure.


Program Features:

  • Data is collected and can be communicated in real-time.
  • Install a condition based maintenance program by knowing exactly where your friction components, such as contractors and load brakes, are in their expected lifespan.
  • Critical safety conditions, such as side loads and overloads, can be detected and averted.
  • Improve your operators by setting restrictions and monitoring performance through Operator Authentication.
  • Using proximity sensors, collect data on product weight and movement throughout your facility.