LOLER INSPECTIONS

LOLER INSPECTIONS

thorough examinations

All lifting equipment should be examined periodically by competent persons. With that in mind, MW Lift Services will provide a thorough and independent LOLER inspection while supplying the necessary paperwork to ensure your responsibilities are met.

loler regulations

MW Lift Services understand the LOLER Regulations and will follow the guidelines to the letter, ensuring your obligations as a lift owner are taken care of. With so many LOLER Inspections carried out, we know the LOLER regulations better than any other lift company.

TRAINED Loler inspection ENGINEERS

All of our lift engineers are trained to understand the LOLER regulations and requirements for a lifting machine.

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Loler examination

MW Lift Services should be your first thought when seeking a lift company to carry out a LOLER Examination. We provide LOLER visits for all lift types and essential paperwork following our visit to ensure you and your lift comply with current LOLER Regulations.

competent person

According to HSE:

The term ‘competent person’ is not defined in law but the LOLER Approved Code of Practice and guidance (paragraph 294 on competent persons) states that:

“You should ensure that the person carrying out a thorough examination has such appropriate practical and theoretical knowledge and experience of the lifting equipment to be thoroughly examined as will enable them to detect defects or weaknesses and to assess their importance in relation to the safety and continued use of the lifting equipment”.

LOLER REGS

LOLER regulations require all lifting operations to be accurately planned and supervised by a competent person. Consequently, regulations also require that all lifting equipment must undergo regular examinations. Conducted by a qualified technician, LOLER examinations ensure that a lift is fit for its purpose, and it is the responsibility of the business that owns or rents the equipment to make sure these examinations take place. 

Accordingly, this piece of equipment should be appropriately marked with a record of each examination kept. Any defects should be reported to the person responsible for the equipment and the relevant enforcing authority (the HSE for industrial workplaces and the local authority in most others).

A LOLER inspection, known officially as a ‘thorough examination’, is not the same as routine maintenance, such as replacing worn or damaged parts, topping up fluid levels, or making minor adjustments. Testing must be performed by what is known officially as a ‘competent person’: someone qualified to perform the thorough examination. 

INSPECTION FREQUENCY

LOLER inspections need to be conducted every 6 months for carrying passenger lifts and every 12 months for non-passenger carrying lifts, such as goods lifts and service lifts. 

our accreditations

MW Lift Services is the UK leading Lift Maintenance specialist and proven expert in Lift Modernisation, offering quality Lift Servicing and Lift Repairs. Here is a selection of some of the people we work with:

get in touch

You can speak to our friendly team based in Newcastle who will help you with your enquiry for all Lift Services and Lift Products

address

The Wilkinson Suite, The Clervaux Exchange, Clervaux Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 5UP

OPENING TIMES

24 Hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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We are open 24/7/365 and our friendly team can help you with your lift enquiry.

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