Lifting Equipment

Regulation

Regulation 9 of The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) puts in place requirements for all lifting equipment to be subject to ‘thorough examination’ at various points. Regulation 9(3) requires periodic thorough examination where equipment is subject to deterioration due to use and where this deterioration could lead to a dangerous situation. The frequency depends on the type of equipment and the purposes for which it is used, e.g equipment used for lifting people requires more frequent examination.  Regulation 9(4) requires that no lifting equipment leaves a business and/or is used, including when received from a third party, unless there is physical evidence that the required thorough examination has been completed.   


Note - This is sometimes referred to as LOLER Testing or LOLER Inspections

Our Services

We complete statutory engineering inspections on various items of lifting equipment and produce the statutory report, Below is a non exhaustive list of some of the equipment that we can examine. Please feel free to contact us if there is any queries


Overhead Travelling Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Plant Machinery

Fork Lift Trucks 

Vehicle Lifts 

Vehicle Mounted Equipment 

Mobile Elevating Work Platforms 

Lifting Accessories 

Small Lifting Machines 

Passenger/Goods Lifts 

Disabled Access Equipment


Areas of cover include: Leicester, Nottingham and Derby