Book in for lifting equipment inspections with Compliance Inspection Services Ltd. Any business in Wakefield, the North of England or nationwide that uses lifting equipment has a legal responsibility to have it inspected, and maintained, under the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998.
Current LOLER Regulations demand that all lifting equipment in the workplace fulfils the following criteria:
• Safely positioned and installed to manage risks
• Strong enough, and stable enough, for intended use
• Clearly marked to indicate the safe working load
• Used and organised by competent members of staff
Have lifting equipment thoroughly examined by a competent individual at specific periods of time, where appropriate. The team at Compliance Inspection Services Ltd has 55 years of combined experience and a thorough understanding of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998.
Our in-service inspection engineers can perform lifting equipment inspections locally, regionally or nationwide. Our convenient location in Wakefield gives us immediate access to the M1 and M62 motorways for a more reliable service, tailored to your needs.
Compliance Inspection Services Ltd can inspect all types of lifting equipment, including lifts, escalators, hoists, forklift trucks, cranes, cherry pickers and many other forms of machinery. Whether you own just one item of lifting equipment or hundreds, we can offer you free independent advice on inspections over the telephone.
Our company can also perform a statutory survey to identify your business needs for a set fee.
Key service elements to lifting equipment inspections include:
• No-obligation quotations for LOLER inspections
• Scheduled contract inspections
• Inspections undertaken by experienced engineers
• Immediate help and advice on identified defects
• Summary and review of all inspection queries
• Written and online reporting available
• Ongoing LOLER inspection management and notification
• Passenger lift inspections with certification
• Crane inspections to current LOLER and PUWER standards
LOLER Regulation 9 states that all lifting equipment must undergo inspection to comply with the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998. Any item or piece of machinery used in the workplace to lift or lower loads, including attachments, anchors, fixtures and supports, falls into the category of lifting equipment.
LOLER 1998 Regulations apply to many different types of equipment, from overhead cranes and mobile work platforms, to goods and passenger lifts. Even accessories, like eyebolts, chains and slings, require the appropriate certification.
If you would like some initial help and advice on lifting equipment inspections, or if you would like to know more about the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998, please let us know.
Local or regionally in the Wakefield and West Yorkshire areas, or on a full nationwide scale, our in-service inspection engineers are here to help your business meet and uphold its legal responsibilities. Our company also has a full supporting range of inspection services available.