Service and Maintenance Agreement (SMA)
The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations, (LOLER) 1998 state that “Aerial platforms must be inspected every 6 months by a competent person to ensure safety” which is otherwise known as a ‘LOLER Examination’.
Our SMA package includes the following*:
- 1 x Annual service (including consumables)
- 2 x Mandatory LOLER Inspections
- Certification and Authorisation Documents
- Condition Evaluation
We can also cover breakdowns at an agreed additional cost.
Get in touch to find out more about how we can make sure you are always covered.
*All service and maintenance agreements, are subject to prior machine inspection.
Why Book Your Service and Maintenance agreement with us?
By taking out a Service Maintenance Agreement (SMA) with us, we will take the hassle out of maintaining your access platform, by scheduling the inspection at a convenient time to ensure minimal disruption.
- All of our engineers are CAP certified by IPAF and factory trained by the main manufacturers
- We operate nationwide, with our own fully equipped vans, stocked with the most commonly used parts
- The team are supported by our extensive workshop facilities and stores
- We carry out thorough examinations on site, to ensure your access platform is safe and within current legislation, whilst also ensuring minimal down time
- Once the service is complete, you will receive a full report from our Engineer and we also retain copies of all reports on your customer file for your future reference.
You are in safe hands with our experienced team
With 28 years’ experience in the access platform industry, we are well equipped to service and maintain all of your access platforms.
We have built strong relationships and work closely with the key manufacturers:
We offer support to our customers in all areas, from accessories and parts, LOLER inspections, training, routine service and maintenance, all the way through to major refurbishment.
The safety and welfare of workers is extremely important and therefore there are certain regulations that the access platform industry must adhere to.
The LOLER regulations from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), include rules and guidelines to ensure the health and safety of workers using lifting equipment.
Regulation 9c states that all Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP’s) must be thoroughly examined by a competent person at least every six months.
A competent assessed person (CAP) is independently assessed by IPAF, to ensure each engineer is qualified to examine your machine safely and effectively.
To find out more about LOLER and how it affects your business, check out the HSE website