How do I know when I need my lift inspected?

You may need your lift inspected for the following reasons:

  1. Your lift has not been inspected for at least six months.
  2. Your lift components are out of date.
  3. A lift passenger has been injured using your lift.
  4. Your lift may require refurbishment.
  5. There may have been an incident that could have damaged the integrity of your lift components.
  6. You may hear sounds or noises that would indicate there’s an issue with your lift.

Your lift has not been inspected for at least six months:

If your lift hasn’t been inspected for at least six months you may be failing to comply with LOLER, ensuring your lift is regularly inspected can ensure the safe use of your lift.

Your lift compartments are out of date:

If your lift components are out of date you may be compromising the safety of the lift passengers, ensuring regular maintenance and inspection of your lift is important to prevent unwanted injury or loss of life.

A lift passenger has been injured using your lift:

If a lift passenger has been injured using your lift then you may want to book a lift inspection as soon as possible to establish the possible causes of injury.

Your lift may require refurbishment:

If your lift is outdated you may require our lift refurbishment services, the first step will be booking a lift inspection to ensure we establish what lift components require replacement.

There may have been an incident that could have damaged the integrity of your lift components:

If there was a incident in your lift that may have damaged the integrity of your lift components, ensuring a rapid inspection can avoid unwanted injury or death.

You may hear sounds or noises that would indicate there’s an issue with your lift:

If you hear unusual sounds or noises when your lift is operating it would be advised to book a quick inspection to identify the causes of the noise.

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