Under LOLER (Lift Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations) all your lifting equipment should be serviced and inspected every six months. Following this best practice advise, keeps you within the regulation and will protect you via your insurance should any instance occur.
Regular maintenance and servicing will not only ensure you fulfil your obligations but also dramatically reduce breakdowns and down time. The result of even a single machinery breakdown in a garage can have a huge impact on the output of the whole workshop. The garage could face intangible expenses like the loss of a client, customer dissatisfaction etc.
Planned service contract
Equipment service contracts are an easy way to ensure that the complete service process is adhered to, giving you the comfort of knowing that Lions Equipment is dealing with your schedule.
All our service engineers are skilled and factory trained. Whether your problem is as simple as a blown fuse or as serious as a seized vehicle lift, you can be assured that our engineers will reduce your downtime to a minimum, preventing loss of revenue.
Calibration and Certification
Programmed Certification and Calibration contracts are essential to comply with current Health and Safety and Vehicle Inspectorate legislation. Many insurance companies require certification on lifting equipment to maintain full risk on your behalf. We will be pleased to quote for any requirements.
Contact us for a quote on any servicing or certification you may require.