LOLER testing for Mobility Equipment
Midwest Mobility offer LOLER testing and inspection for mobility equipment used in care homes, nursing homes, hospises and hospitals
Make sure your care and mobility equpiment complies with the LOLER regulations
The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998, aim to reduce the Health and Safety risks of using lifting equipment by placing a duty of care to companies to ensure that the equipment they own, operate and use are safe to use at all times.
In order to comply with LOLER all hoists and patient lifting equipment (including slings) must be examined regularly and inspected every six months.
The following are examples of the type of equipment that requires inspection:
- Ceiling hoists
- Mobile patient lifting hoists
- Stand aid hoists
- Bath hoists and bath lifters
- Slings and accessories.
The service we offer:
- LOLER testing for mobility equipment (inspection report/certificate supplied)
- Minor repairs
- Remedial works (date scheduled)
- Part sourcing
- Fixed term contracts (to ensure that your equipment remains in good working order and operating to the regulations).
All hoists and patient lifting equipment, including all slings, must be inspected and evaluated every six months to comply with The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
Mobility Equipment, Servicing and Repair
Midwest Mobility are expert in the supply, installation, servicing and repair of all types of mobility equipment and disabled living aids.
Shower chairs, cradles and trollies for showering and Bath lifts and bathing cushions are some of the bathing equipment we offer designed to help the experience if washing easier and relaxing.