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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Lift safety checklist
    Lift safety checklistAll workplace lifts should be subject to a strict inspection and maintenance regime. Our lift safety checklist will help to ensure that you're staying on top of these legal duties.Compliance with statutory duties If you have one or more lifts in your workplace, the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) apply. Although you might think that most of the legal duties fall on the lift maintenance company, that simply isn't the case. Lift safety checklistThe first part...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Lift rescue procedure
    Lift rescue procedureUse our lift rescue procedure to inform building users how to obtain help from properly trained staff or contractors.Why you should use the documentWhilst building users might work out how to raise the alarm if they get stuck in the lift, most won't give a second thought to what they might do if it happened to someone else. Since it's not a scenario which staff prepare themselves for, malfunctions can lead to panic and poor decision making.Using the documentOur Lift Rescue Procedure comprises...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Permit to work - lift shafts
    Permit to work - lift shaftsWhen contractors or in-house staff work in the lift pit or on top of the lift car, there are some obvious and serious risks. Control the work by using our permit to work - lift shafts document.Who should use it?The permit should be issued by someone who has a basic understanding of the safety mechanisms of the lift/s, e.g. by having read the lift manual and inspected the plant rooms, and who also understands the contents of the permit and the way it should be used.What's covered?The...
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