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Lift Servicing & Maintenance
Below, are some typical examples of the types of lift maintenance we offer, of course we will be more than happy to accommodate any specific requirements. The maintenance works broadly include inspection, general cleaning, lubrication, levelling & safety checks and any running adjustments or operational functions to ensure continued safe and reliable operation.
- 1 to 12 Visits per annum
- Full Site Survey’s and Risk Assessments
- SaFed Examinations
We work to a preventive maintenance schedule to help reduce the amount of breakdowns due to wear and tear and help us pick up on problems before they occur.
Owners/Managers have a legal responsibility to ensure their lifts are properly maintained and therefore need to keep up to date with any changes that might affect their lift. It is recognised that this is highly specialised and sometimes complicated, but as a reputable lift contractor Safe Working Lifts Ltd include this advice as standard.
Building owners have a responsibility to carry buildings insurance, and as there is a third party risk associated with lifts it is wise to insure against this. This is general practice and widely accepted as the best way of complying with "The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations" (LOLER) 1998, requiring passenger-carrying lifts to undergo a thorough impartial examination by a competent person, and the completion of form F2530 (SaFed) (CEOC), at least every 6 months.