Onshore Lifting Equipment Inspection and Maintenance
What arrangements do you have for lifting equipment inspection?
What are your obligations? How do you ensure that you stay safe?
Talk to our lifting equipment engineers.
Employers must ensure that equipment is thoroughly examined before it is put into service for the first time and after any significant change that affects its operation. If the equipment is obtained from another undertaking, it must be accompanied by physical evidence that it has been examined. Where safety depends on the installation conditions, it must be thoroughly examined on each occasion after installation or assembly and before use.
Equipment must be thoroughly inspected at least every six months if intended for carrying people, at least every 12 months if used for other purposes, or according to a scheme devised by the examiner. Examinations should also take place after any exceptional event such as accident or dangerous occurrence. Examinations must be carried out by competent persons who are sufficiently independent and impartial for objective decisions to be made. Examinations may involve the performance of tests as determined by the competent person.
We can offer all makes and models of cranes and lifting equipment including:
- Overhead cranes and monorails
- Vacuum lifting equipment
- Jib cranes and hoist units
- Hydraulic and pneumatic manipulators
We can also maintain and supply parts for:
We can train your ‘trainers’ to certify your own employees in the safe use and operation of your new or existing equipment.
Our engineers can carry out bespoke training tailored to suit your exact requirements either on site or at our training facilities in Rochdale or Birmingham.