of the structural engineering condition 


In addition to performing the annual check of the prerequisite program, the structural condition of the is checked. 

Check the structural condition as indicated in the patrol. 

Actions by abnormalities:

Depending on their size, in the structural condition must corrected as quickly as possible. However, because this often entails investment costs, always rests with

The management assessed when, how, and with what resources the abnormality can be removed and of course in what timeframe.

Abnormalities that present a must be repaired immediately. By such abnormalities, the area or object is immediately quarantined. After repair, the area is cleared.

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