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LOLER stands for Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations, it governs the way lifts are operated, designed and inspected in the UK. Although LOLER is not law it is used to determine how we operate lifting equipment safely in the UK and lift owners not following LOLER could be committing an offense.

You should have your lift inspected at least every six months, booking regular bi-annual inspections can help you avoid missing important inspection deadlines. 

If you require an urgent lift inspection you should contact us as soon as possible to book an appointment or find out how quickly we can get an engineer down to you.

If your lift hasn’t been inspected it would be difficult to determine if your lift requires maintenance, if you think there is a problem with your lift, booking an inspection as soon as possible can help towards reducing damage to the lift and putting the safety of passengers at risk. 

This will depend on your requirements, it’s always best to contact us to discuss your requirements so we can gain a better understanding of how we can assist you. 

Having an expert witness on your side when going through litigation can offer a great amount of assistance, allowing the judge to see an experts opinion to support your argument can often result in a decision in your favour.

You may also require our lift consultancy services before litigation so you can decide on your best options moving forward. You could also use our services to help with your lift design. 

We have a 100% expert witness success rate, often the party that loses the case will have to pay your fees so it’s excellent value for money. 

We provide lift designs that are LOLER compliant as well as being spacious and aesthetically pleasing for lift passengers. 

Please contact us and book a consultation with one of our lift consultants to get a cost for your lift design or expert witness requirements. 

The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) cover the safe design and use of pressure systems. The aim of PSSR is to prevent serious injury from the
hazard of stored energy (pressure) as a result of the failure of a pressure system or one of its component parts.

If you manage a business that operates a pressure system you have a legal obligation to ensure regular inspection of your pressure system to ensure it’s operating safely and compliant with PSSR. 

Yes, we can provide pressure system design services for your business, contact us with your requirements today. 

You may require pressure system design if your current pressure system is outdated or has been deemed unsafe to operate.

Our unique pressure system designs ensure businesses maximise the functionality of the system while keeping running costs to a minimum. 

MAND provide pressure system design for business who require a new installation of pressure systems that are compliant with PSSR.

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