Trailer Verification is a vital part of the entire process of loading and unloading your goods, as well as your peace of mind when hiring a trucking or trailer service provider. Verification ensures that the trailer you are employing is safe to use, free from damage, and meets all legal requirements. It is a common practice for drivers to load and unload their trailers on their own, but in the event of an accident or damage to the trailer, it can be impossible for them to determine if their loading or unloading techniques have been properly followed. click this
The trailer verification process consists of two major steps: an inspection and a test. Once the trailer is at the warehouse where you will be storing it, or if you are using a trailer for the purpose of loading and unloading your goods, you will need to conduct a series of tests in order to inspect the trailer and ensure that it meets all legal requirements. For example, if you are employing a refrigerated trailer containing perishable fruit, you will need to ensure that the water tank is filled with ice, that the correct temperature is maintained throughout the storage, and that there are no leaks in the system.
In order to meet the standards set by international maritime regulations, you must also complete a water tank inspection on your trailer before it is released for usage. Another inspection is conducted once the trailer has been loaded and unloaded, to check and make sure that the trailer is free of any punctures or dents caused during the move. Finally, before you allow a trailer to leave your warehouse or loading area, it is important for you to verify that it is in proper working condition and safe to operate. By undertaking this responsibility yourself, it is unlikely that you will be allowing a trailer to leave the warehouse until the manufacturer has supplied an inspection report certifying your equipment to be in perfect condition.
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