This register is for reporting the results of inspections (Section A) and thorough examinations (Section B) of lifting equipment carried out under the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
- Thorough Examinations – are systematic and detailed examinations of the lifting equipment by a competent person to detect any defects that are, or might become, dangerous. The competent person will determine the scope of the thorough examination and they may use a number of sources to help them do this, such as industry guidance.
- Suitable Inspections – are carried out at suitable intervals between examinations to ensure that health and safety conditions are maintained and that any deterioration can be detected and remedied in good time. The person carrying out the inspection must also be competent.
The level of competence for examinations and inspections will depend upon the type of equipment and the level of examination or inspection required.
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