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Along the way Lloyds British International has gathered unrivalled first-hand experience in all manner of inspection and testing techniques, across a broad range of worldwide industries. Inspection of Lifting Equipment (LOLER 1998)
In the majority of countries, Health & Safety legislation exists that applies to both premises and equipment. A prime example would be the UK’s Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER). What is LOLER?
Lloyds British International is perfectly placed to assist companies with the complexities of local and international regulations involving Inspection and Certification. Our teams of fully-trained and qualified engineers can be relied upon to maintain optimum levels of safety and legality.
All kinds of organisations count on Lloyds British International’s expertise, guidance, advice and services to ensure they remain compliant with their local and national legislation. Typically these could include: Inspection of Lifting Equipment (LOLER 1998) , the application of colour-coding systems, safety training, load testing, NDT work.
Under the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER 1998), lifting equipment and accessories used for lifting must have a statutory examination and LOLER inspection every 6 or 12 months, depending on the type of equipment. This is often referred to as a ‘Thorough Examination’, ‘Testing’, or an ‘Insurance Inspection’.
Typical Lifting Equipment and Accessories which require a thorough examination at set intervals includes, but is not limited to:
Mobile access equipment and machinery must be inspected at regular intervals under the under the Provision of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER 1998) and Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (1998).
Typical mobile access equipment which require a thorough examination at regular intervals includes, but is not limited to:
Pressure Systems must be inspected under the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR 2000). The regulations require pressure systems to have a Written Scheme of Examination (WSE) in place, and for examinations to be carried out in accordance with the Written Scheme of Examination. Typical types of pressure systems which require a thorough examination at regular intervals includes, but is not limited to:
Local Exhaust Ventilation Systems (LEV’s) are designed to ensure that hazardous substances are extracted from the work place safely and effectively. Under the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH 2002), LEV’s must be inspected at regular intervals.
Typical types of LEV systems which require a thorough examination at regular intervals includes, but is not limited to:
Industrial Doors require a regular inspection and thorough examination under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER 1998). This ensures that they work safely and effectively when being operated. The typical inspection frequency for industrial doors is 12 monthly.
Typical types of Industrial Doors which require a thorough examination at regular intervals includes, but is not limited to:
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