top of page
dean-bennett-sVQA7dLkAYI-unsplash.jpg

inspection

See the inspection services we offer below

Brackets-01.png

thorough examination certification

Combined Safety Training provide thorough examination certification for small lifting equipment and accessories.

Our examiner is NPORS certified to carry out thorough testing as a competent person under the LOLER regulations 1998.

You are legally bound to ensure all lifting equipment is inspected and certified safe to use.

how often do i need to have a lifting equipment inspection?

Anything below the hook

Every 6 months as a minimum.

Anything above the hook that is designated lifting equipment

Every 12 months.

Accessories that are prone to heavy wear, liable to heat damage or contamination from chemicals etc.

More regular examination should be performed.

PUWER

This Approved Code of Practice and guidance is aimed at employers, duty holders and anyone who has responsibility for the safe use of work equipment, such as managers and supervisors. It sets out what is needed to comply with the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.

The Regulations, commonly known as PUWER, place duties on people and companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment. PUWER also places responsibilities on businesses and organisations whose employees use work equipment, whether owned by them or not.

THE REGULATIONS

LOLER

Lifting operations, lifting equipment regulations.

 

This Approved Code of Practice and guidance is for those that work with any lifting equipment provided at work or for the use of people at work, those who employ such people, those that represent them and those who act as a competent person in the examination of lifting equipment.

WE help you to meet your thorough examination requirements.

Below are some examples of equipment and accessories that we are certified to examine. If you don't see the suitable equipment or accessory listed below, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

IMG_2561.jpg
chainsling-4-leg.jpg

CHAINS

IMG_2476.jpg

DESK SURFER

IMG_2480.jpg

BOARD LIFTER

IMG_2508.jpg

SCAFFOLD HOIST

IMG_2502.jpg

SPREADER BAR

IMG_2511.jpg

sack lift

THE CODES OF PRACTICE

WAHR

Working at height regulations.

Falls from height are one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries. Common causes are falls from ladders and through fragile roofs. The purpose of WAHR is to prevent death and injury from a fall from height.

PPE

Personal protection equipment regulations.
 

To make sure the right type of PPE is chosen, consider the different hazards in the workplace and identify the PPE that will provide adequate protection against them; this may be different for each job.

IMG_2563_2.jpg
Brackets1.png

Ready to start THINKING SAFETY?

Brackets2.png
bottom of page