Lifting Equipment

If you work with lifting equipment, there is a legal requirement to understand the importance of ensuring your PPE equipment operates safely to protect your employee and other people in the vicinity while the equipment is in use.

Under Irish law, the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Applications) 2007, inspection, testing and certification of lifting equipment must be carried out every six months. You may opt to have your lifting equipment inspected more often if it has been inactive for a period of time, has undergone significant repairs or replacements, or has had prolonged exposure to extreme weather conditions.

Once the inspection and testing of your lifting equipment is complete, you will receive a GA1 Form, Report of Thorough Examination, certifying your lifting equipment is in good working order as per Irish health and safety requirements.

If our inspection and testing services identifies defects, you will receive a report of what needs to be rectified before you can gain certification. All inspections, certification and renewal dates are logged.  All inspections, certification and renewal dates are logged plus our service technicians will also notify you of the best and most efficient way to rectify any non-conformances.

  • Winches
  • Lever Hoists
  • Powered Hoists
  • Wire Ropes
  • Wire Rope Hoists
  • Proof Load Testing
  • Eye Bolts
  • Chain Slings
  • Web Slings
  • Round Slings
  • All Lifting Equipment
  • Man Baskets
  • Man Riding Baskets
  • Truck Tail Lifts
  • Loads Testing
  • Proof Load Testing
  • Electric Hoists, Wire and Chain
  • Plate Clamps
  • Magnet Lifters
  • Truck Tail Lift
  • Tail Lift Inspections
  • Wheelchair Lift Inspections
  • Bus Wheelchair Lift Inspections
  • Loading Shovel
  • Rollers
  • Roller
  • Vibrating Roller
  • Bull Dozers
  • Graders
  • Road Sweepers
  • Tractors
  • Dump Trailers
  • Tractor Trailers
  • Ladder
  • Skid Steer