Make sure your rigging company has adequate, industry specific insurance. The rigging industry has specific insurance for the loading, unloading and transport of customer equipment. A company's general liability insurance may not cover these claims. There are contractors and erectors that will perform rigging jobs as a side business that wrongly rely on their general liability policy in rigging situations.
Ask for a Certification of Insurance and make certain coverage financially covers your load. You do not want to get into a legal quagmire due to inadequate insurance or a rigging company that is self insured.
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"You don't want to get into a situation where if something happens, a rigging company can't cover the value of your asset."
"You can't throw caution to the wind thinking ever day is going to go perfect. That's not confidence, that's foolish business practice having your company and customers at risk. You shouldn't settle for insufficient standards when choosing a rigging company."