From cranes to vehicle lifts, from bath hoists to work platforms.

The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) require examination by a competent person of lifting accessories and equipment every 6 or 12 months, depending on the equipment. 

The Thurra team can provide expert advice on exactly what needs to be inspected and when, in order to comply with current legislation and we keep track of everything to ensure you are reminded when inspections are due.

Lifting equipment and accessories that must be inspected includes:

Cranes

Including mobile cranes, lorry loader cranes, overhead travelling cranes and manual jib cranes.

Hoists

Including electric hoist blocks, chain blocks and wire rope blocks.

Garage equipment

Such as vehicle lifts, engine hoists and jacks.

Handling equipment

Including forklift trucks, reach trucks, side loaders, rough terrain trucks, tele-handlers, stacker trucks and pallet trucks.

Patient hoists

Including bath hoists.

Access equipment

Such as mobile elevated work platforms.

Lifting accessories

Including slings, shackles and eyebolts.

Lifting equipment inspection

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