Mobile plant, diggers loaders, fork lifts etc. have long had a requirement for
inspection certificates and many sites will not let machines on without up to date
certificates being available.
Pressure System Inspections
Pressure systems must be maintained in good working order and regularly serviced by
a 'competent' engineer.
Let us take care of all the inspections and ensure you meet the requirements of the
Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000.
Factories and other premises like warehouses, large or small have a selection of
items which are covered by various regulations and need to be regularly inspected.
If you are in any doubt let us come and check things out for you so that you know
everything is done as required.
"I have lots of experience in production and maintenance and I can bring a practical pragmatic approach into dealing with the various requirements. I usually surprise people with how straight forward things can be!"
Some items of plant have to be inspected at set intervals to comply with various legislations. These were commonly known as "Insurance Inspections". However these inspections are not for the insurance companies but Health and Safety laws. They acquired the name because these inspections were commonly carried out by insurance company inspectors.
Lifting equipment and lifts need inspecting under the LOLER lifting regulations, pressure vessels, like air receivers and boilers, need inspecting because of the Pressure Systems Regulations 2000. Local exhaust ventilation needs to be tested under COSHH rules and other similar regulations apply.
Factories, and other premises like warehouses, large or small, have a selection of items which are covered by the various regulations. Compressed air systems, forklifts, overhead cranes, boilers, lifting tackle etc.
If you are in any doubt let us come and check things out for you so that you know everything is done as required. Or indeed that the insurance company is not spinning you along doing things that are not needed like low temperature hot water boilers or pallet trucks which have exclusions from the regulations!
Mobile plant, diggers, loaders, fork lifts etc. have long had a requirement for inspection certificates and many sites will not let machines on without up to date certificates being available.
In addition should there be any kind of incident on site insurance companies will be the first to jump on to "no valid inspection certificate" to avoid paying out, as will clever lawyers. It is simple to keep one jump ahead and have the required certificates.
Pressure vessel explosions were the big accidents in the early years of industrialisation. So many were killed or injured that legislation had to be brought in. So this is nothing new. In fact it is basic safety and mostly common sense.
Give us a call on 07540411991 to arrange everything, so that you don't need to worry about it any longer.