Mansa Engineering


Mansa Engineering Limited strives to achieve world class results by adhering to international standards and associating with and bodies to continuously grow our capacity.

In the area of our Crane Hydraulic & Lifting Solutions, our inherent focus is in continuous safety in all engineering operations engineering either through our pre-operational, routine, periodic or third-party inspections. Crane inspections are designed to assess the safety of equipment, detect wear and tear and identify maintenance needs for safe, productive operation. In addition to regular crane inspections, we have a comprehensive plan of preventive maintenance, scheduled repairs and advanced services that take a deeper look at your crane and its components. We strive to set a benchmark in our service delivery to achieve an unmatched record in the industry to meet our safety goals. Continued operation of these cranes without major inspections may increase the risk of catastrophic failure of the crane, exposing people near the crane to the risk of serious injuries or even death.


As an associate member of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) Mansa Engineering Ltd has over the years deployed its expertise onshore and offshore in inspecting thousands of various simple and complex kinds of lifting equipment including but not limited to web slings, chain slings, wire rope slings, offshore containers, baskets, ladders, offshore cranes and forklifts in the oil and gas and related industries.

Our services include invaluable industry solutions through innovative testing and several types of inspection techniques that can be used in the oil and gas industry. Below are some standards we use to assist in the quality control process.

·         American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME

·         British Standards Institution BSI

·         International Organization for Standardization ISO

During our inspections, each lifting equipment must have all three levels of inspections, namely

·         Pre-use/Frequent inspection normally carried out by the operator before operating the equipment. The operator also ensure that the lifting accessories that was selected meets the specific job requirement is being used for.

·         Interim Inspection/Initial Inspection is determined by risk assessment as to how often, and to what extent the inspection is performed. It also involves inspection of lifting accessories purchased from a manufacturer upon arrival at client’s facility. This is done to check lifting accessories tag to make sure it’s is what was ordered and that the rated capacity meets all of the project specifications and lifting requirement.

·         Thorough Inspection sometimes referred to as the periodic inspection, is a visual examination of lifting equipment that is carried out by a competent person either yearly or every six months.

An active inspection and preventative maintenance strategy is key to improving safety and productivity while helping to identify risks and opportunities for improvement. This supports compliance of LEEA standards to reduce downtime and improve reliability.