loler inspection specialist

lifting equipment
inspection & testing

Servicing Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset

LOLER inspection, lifting equipment
inspections and testing

As a specialist designer and manufacturer of lifting equipment Britlift have a wealth of experience and knowledge of all below-the-hook lifting equipment, including fall arrest equipment, meaning Britlift is your ideal partner for the inspection and testing of your equipment.


Servicing Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset!

6/12 Monthly Loler Inspections

Under the LOLER legislation all loose lifting items (including but not limited to lifting beams, lifting frames, slings, shackles, blocks, hoists, harnesses, etc.) are subject to 6 monthly visual inspections and items such as gantries, jibs and davits every 12 months.

Experts in LOLER Tests / Lifting Inspections

Britlift will not only inspect (and/or test) your lifting equipment but will also guide and advise on suitable management of your equipment, including ways to reduce inspection costs and unnecessary purchases. Report of Thorough Examination (RoTE) detailing passed equipment, failed equipment (and reasons) as well as next inspection date.

LOLER inspection in Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset.

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What is a LOLER Inspection?

Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).

LOLER is a health and safety regulation that is specific to lifting equipment. All companies have a responsibility to ensure that all lifting is carried out safely. This is done through complying with LOLER regulations & by training staff on correct lifting techniques.

If your business have employees who operate lifting equipment at work you need to comply with these regulations. You should allocate a ‘competent person’ who is qualified to supervise all lifting operations.

Lifting equipment needs to be examined by qualified technicians and certified as fit for purpose. It is the responsibility of the business owner to make sure these inspections happen regularly.

All equipment must be labelled, tracked and dated in the appropriate manner. Any issues with equipment (faults) need to be logged with the relevant technician responsible. It should be clarified that a LOLER inspection is not the same as routine maintenance such as routine inspections, replacements and adjustments.

If you own or operate any lifting equipment, you must comply with these regulations.

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