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LOLER Inspections and Thorough Examinations

LOLER Inspections and Thorough Examinations

Mark One can provide LOLER inspections and thorough examinations in Southend, Essex, London and the surrounding area to keep your equipment safe to use.

Is your equipment legal and safe?

If you are an employer or self-employed person providing equipment for use at work, or if you have control of the use of equipment, you must ensure that the equipment is safe.

Health and safety law including the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) and the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) require equipment to be regularly examined to be kept safe.

Information about this can be found at the HSE website here.

How can we help with LOLER inspections and thorough examinations?

When your equipment is inspected a systematic and detailed examination is carried out on the equipment and its safety-critical parts. This is done at specified intervals (dependant on equipment type) and a report is produced along with certification.

What sort of equipment needs inspecting?

There is a range of equipment that needs inspecting in the workplace. Items can be found in warehouses and factories, offices, garages, marinas and boatyards and even theatres. We can inspect:

  • Climbing ropes & harness
  • Vehicle ramps
  • Chains, strops & slings
  • Material lifts
  • Safety harness & karabiner
  • Powered access equipment
  • Steps and ladders
  • Trolley jacks
  • Engine hoists
  • Fall arrest blocks

This is not an exhaustive list of what requires inspections. If you are unsure contact us by using the contact form or by calling 01702 804804 and our knowledgeable staff will be able to assist you with any questions you may have.

We can provide

  • Automatic reminder system
  • Fully qualified inspectors
  • On-site inspections
  • Tagging system for quick identification
  • Free site visit to determine what needs inspecting

How often should your equipment be inspected?

To keep your equipment safe you should inspect equipment:

  • Before you use it for the first time
  • After assembly or installation and before use at each location
  • Periodically, while in service
  • After exceptional circumstances e.g. repair

If you need to hire any pulling and lifting equipment that has had a thorough examination visit our hire page here.

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