Compliance & Technology
We pride ourselves in being able to provide, impartial advice and cost effective solutions to problems with all types of lifts and escalators.

We can give you solid expert advice with the following frequent issues,

  • If your lift is becoming troublesome or you are not satisfied with the service provided by your maintenance contractor.
  • For independent inspections of new or refurbished lift installations prior to acceptance from the lift contractor and just prior to the end of the defect liability period.
  • To regularly monitor the condition of your lift installation at various points during its life.
  • To independently manage refurbishment or renewal projects of your lift installations.
  • To train personnel to carry out safe passenger release from lifts in the event of a trap-in.

 

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The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. [Section 8(2)]

Places a duty on persons who have control to any extent of a Place of Work to ensure that the means of access to and egress there from and any article provided for use are safe and without risk to health.

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007. [S.I.No.299 of 2007]

Chapter 2 of Part 2: Use of Work Equipment

The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. [Section 80]

under section 80 of SHWW Act 2005 i.e. a director, manager, other similar officer or any person who purports to act in the capacity of any of the above, can be held personally responsible where the doing of the acts which constituted an offence have been, authorised by him/her, consented to be him/her, is attributed to his/her connivance or is attributable to his/her neglect.


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