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The routine upkeep of equipment and Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), are essential in reducing the chance of equipment failure and in limiting potential problems and accidents. Our Servicing, when conducted regularly, will help to prolong the operational life of your equipment, helping to ensure it is ready when you need it.
By law any lifting equipment must be inspected in accordance with the LOLER regulations. These regular inspections and maintenance must be carried out by a competent person, in order to meet these regulations. Moreable’s qualified field service engineers carry out these inspections as part of our core service. Inspections are carried out every 6 months with a full examination including a maximum safe working load test carried out annually.
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
These Regulations, often abbreviated to 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.
PUWER requires that equipment provided for use at work is:
suitable for the intended use
safe for use, maintained in a safe condition and inspected to ensure it is correctly installed and does not subsequently deteriorate
accompanied by suitable health and safety measures, such as protective devices and controls. These will normally include emergency stop devices, adequate means of isolation from sources of energy, clearly visible markings and warning devices
Moreable service engineers can carry out full service and inspections to ensure your equipment is a good,safe condition.
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998
From routine servicing (PPM) to LOLER and PUWER testing, Moreable have skilled service engineers who will help take the worry out of equipment upkeep and ensure you don't fall foul of H.S.E regulations.Once appointed Moreable will visit your site and advise on what level of servicing and testing is required. All equipment tested and passed by our engineers will receive its own certificate and be labelled correctly, you will then be sent a reminder before the next test is due to offer you complete peace of mind.
Portable Appliance Testing (P.A.T)
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition. However, the Regulations do not specify what needs to be done, by whom or how frequently (ie they don't make inspection or testing of electrical appliances a legal requirement, nor do they make it a legal requirement to undertake this annually).The law simply requires an employer to ensure that their electrical equipment is maintained in order to prevent danger. It does not say how this should be done or how often. Employers should take a risk-based approach, considering the type of equipment and what it is being used for.
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