Lifting Equipment Testing & Inspection service on Plant & Lifting Equipment. All Lifting Equipment is tested on site anywhere in Ireland by one of our engineers & same day paper work is issued on all qualifying equipment.
Smaller items such as Chains, Slings Hooks & Hoists can be collected by our courier & inspected at our facilities, and shipped back to site the next day
Proof load testing and Certification of Lifting Equipment
- Legislated periodic inspection status reports and maintenance of statutory tackle registers
- Specialized survey of cranes, gantries and runways.
- Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations (S.I 291 of 2013)
- Safety, Health & Welfare @ Work (General Application) Regulations 2007
- We can provide the service of carrying out repairs and servicing to all sorts of construction including our full range of products and more
- Fully Certified
Fire Extinguisher Testing/Maintenance will need to be carried out at least annually by a Fire Equipment Professional to ensure your fire extinguishers are viable in an emergency. Fire extinguishers are pressurized vessels that can explode when corroded or damaged, and have been known to cause serious injury and even death.
The second of these inspections must be carried out by an external Fire Protection and Detection Technician or the fire extinguisher manufacturer at least once a year. As part of the annual inspection it is required by I.S. 291:2002 that
- At least one third of all water and foam extinguishers will be test-discharged and refilled
- At least one fifth of dry powder and carbon dioxide extinguishers are test-discharged and refilled
The supply of new fire fighting equipment is manufactured and tested in accordance with BS:EN3 and has a five year warranty. We supply, commission, inspect, maintain, repair, and test all different types of portable fire extinguishers, fire hose reels and fire blankets. On completion an Annual Certificate Of Maintenance is issued listing the quantity and types of fire fighting equipment that have passed inspection.
Portable appliance testing (commonly known as “PAT”, “PAT Inspection” or “PAT Testing”) is the name of a process in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, New Zealand and Australia by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. The correct term for the whole process is “in-service inspection & testing of electrical equipment”.
Health and Safety regulations require that electrical appliances are safe and maintained to prevent harm to workers. Many equipment manufacturers recommend testing at regular intervals to ensure continual safety; the interval between tests depending on both the type of appliance and the environment in which it is to be used.
Testing equipment has been specifically developed for PAT inspections, based on the testing equipment used by manufacturers to ensure compliance with the British Standard Code of Practice and European product standards relevant to that type of appliance. The inspection of the appliances can largely be carried out in-house in many organisations.
Harness and Fall Arrest Equipment Testing is required to be thoroughly examined on a regular basis and at a minimum of every 6 months.
This time limit may be reduced if the FPE is worn in hazardous conditions, while handling chemicals or subject to excessive wear or if recommended by manufacturer.
A thorough examination will also required after circumstances liable to have affected the integrity and safety of the FPE. This examination must be carried out by a competent person.
We offer a thorough examination service for working at height safety harnesses, lanyards and associated equipment. All items undergo a detailed examination. Our harness and lanyard Inspection service operates as either a convenient drop-in service or as an on-site service on your premises.