Covering the UK, our team of highly skilled Service and Maintenance Engineers carry out both repairs, periodic servicing and LOLER Inspections under the PUWER regulations for all types of Access and Lifting Equipment.
- We offer a wide range of maintenance contracts to meet your needs.
- We contact you when a service is due to arrange a LOLER examination date.
- All our mobile engineers run fully equipped service vehicles which attend your site for services.
LOLER INSPECTION FOR CHERRY PICKERS
In accordance with current legislation we can provide scheduled service examinations for all types of hydraulic access equipment at the customers prefered location.
Our engineers will carry out insurance inspections, damage reports and preventative maintenance reports for all types of lifting equipment.
Appointed and competent persons complete ‘on site’ inspection and certification of all hydraulic access equipment. Individually identified items are updated within our internal database and test certificates issued.
The Construction Regulations state that all hoists must be serviced and certified twice yearly, by a competent person.
We offer a total solution to complete either repairs or modifications to meet current standards.
SERVICE’s for Cherry Pickers
The service department has engineers on the road, providing excellent customer response and backup.
Mayes Access Platform Services are in a position to provide this service because our staff are comprised of the most experienced and qualified engineers in this field, ensuring you the highest quality support available for your equipment.
We offer breakdown assistance, service or alternatively a service contract for 1,2 or 3 years.
We can taylor the service contract to the needs of the customer and their equipment, please call to discuss your service needs today.
LOLER means Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998. Full details can be found by clicking HERE
PUWER means Provisions & Use of Work Equipment Regulation. Full details can be found by clicking HERE
The UK Health and Safety Commission safe use of lifting equipment
code of practice regulation 10 states…………
“In the case of lifting equipment for lifting persons
testing MUST occur at least every 6 months by competent personnel”