Dramatically improve safety in real-time while capturing critical data for incident cost reduction.

Our proprietary software solution evaluates total operator performance and stores crane data that can be used to drastically reduce accident litigation costs.

ICC Risk Logic’s enhanced Load Moment Indicator (LMI) device expands accelerated use of critical crane data to assist operators with operational safety warnings and regulatory compliance.

ICC Risk Logic puts data to work in real-time.

Accident analysis has indicated that proper use of this data can provide significant safety measures that include informing of improper use in the field as well as providing information regarding essential maintenance to enhance project productivity.

ICC-CRL Advantages:

  • Safety and accident prevention via concurrent operator performance measurement and grading of all operator lift cycle data in real-time.
  • Productivity enhancement through upgraded workforce engagement via real-time actionable intelligence that holds operators accountable to predetermined safety excellence standards.
  • Regulatory compliance with new OSHA crane requirements for owner evaluation standards to quantify operator qualifications.
  • Digital safety warnings for continuous situational awareness by equipment operators to prevent accidents.
  • Attorney/Client privileged transmission of operational crane data through a Community of Trust Network to significantly reduce accident discovery claims and legal costs.
  • Industry-first machine automated crane maintenance based on real-time duty cycle data.

A qualitative cycle counter provides not only the number of cycles but the level (severity) of use. This information is critical to maintenance and wire rope life expectancy.


Safety warning systems for both the office and the crane itself are activated when the operator overrides key operational elements including:


  • Power/utility line identification
  • Repeated boom angles being below designated safe levels
  • Improper load weight etc.

ICC-CRL will directly enhance project productivity and profits for crane owners and customers. This software solution is user-friendly and easy to navigate by operators in the field. It also delivers actionable business intelligence feeds to crane owner offices.

ICC Risk Logic Features:

  • Weather warning system
  • GPS location
  • Inspection history
  • Real-time operator evaluation
  • Maintenance tracking
  • Operating cycle data storage
  • Data security

ICC Risk Logic includes a robust database.

Our database houses all necessary documentation dealing with job input specifics, inspections, time and billing, maintenance records, maintenance requests, site information and delineation of responsibility assignments for riggers, signal person or lift director in accordance with ASME B30.5.

Proprietary LMI features:

  • Progressive Crane Safety & Loss Prevention – includes multiple safety warning devices to prevent crane accident occurrence from several of the most common/severe accident exposure elements derived from our 30-year Crane Accident Database.
  • Upgraded Crane Regulatory Compliance – includes multiple digital document storage elements for immediate regulator access in the crane cab for personnel, equipment, and 3rd party assignments to improve field operating efficiency and reduce regulatory fine exposure.
  • Improved Crane Equipment Maintenance – includes unique data warehousing storage capabilities to deliver duty cycle – based crane equipment maintenance to improve project productivity and accident prevention from recurring exposures.
  • Cost reduction with Post-Incident Data Handling – includes crane incident cost reduction through immediate/integrated access to crane operating data for rapid forensic accident cause assessment that quantifiably accelerates claim discovery time and file direction (settle or dispute validity) with reduced loss costs to crane owners.
  • Enhanced Crane Operator Productivity – includes the basic premise, derived from 30+ years of crane forensics experience, that when operators have less disruption from traditionally reactive safety measures – maintenance problems and/or regulatory problems – that their crane operating productivity improves significantly.