LOLER INSPECTION INFORMATION
If you use lifting equipment then you must ensure that you comply with LOLER.
The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) places duties on people and companies who own, operate, or have control over lifting equipment.
LOLER states that a statutory Thorough Examination should be carried out every 6 months (more often if working in a hostile environment) by a Competent Assessed Person.
LOLER requires that all equipment used for lifting is fit for purpose, appropriate for the task and suitably marked. Written records of all Thorough Examinations must be maintained, and any defects found noted and reported to the responsible person.
Powered access platforms or Mobile Elevating Work Platforms are designed to help operators work safely at height.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU STAY LEGAL
To meet your owner responsibilities we can attend your premises and carry out a thorough examination and inspection of your equipment to meet with the LOLER requirements.
Our manufacturer trained engineers are independently CAP certified by IPAF via the Competent Assessed Persons programme.
Our fully equipped service vehicles offer coverage throughout Ireland.
A readily visible Inspection sticker and Certificate of Thorough Examination proving your equipment has been examined by a CAP certified professional engineer is provided for your records.
We are flexible and can come at a time that suits you.