Height Safety Testing & Inspection - Experts in Safety Lifting Gear

Rarely are your staff at more risk than when working at height, so the working condition of your height safety equipment is paramount. It’s a legal requirement for all height safety equipment to be periodically inspected and that inspection to be recorded.

To ensure the compliance and capability of your height safety equipment, Lloyds British offers regular thorough inspections covering all height safety equipment, so be sure to contact us today for more advice.

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Our Expertise

Lloyds British has over 200 years of experience in providing specialist testing, inspection, maintenance, certification and training for the lifting services industry. Using our industry expertise, we can provide you with the peace of mind that you require when working at height.

Nationwide Coverage

All testing and inspection services, either under LOLER or for individual requirements, can be completed on-site or at one of our testing facilities. To make the process as simple as possible for you, all results can be accessed on our online portal after tests or inspections have taken place.

height safety harness equipment
height safety lanyard
height safety rescue gear
Rescue Evacuation Equipment
self retracting lifeline 
Self-Retracting Lifelines
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Fall Protection Systems

"My experience working with Lloyds British, has always been positive one, you strive to fulfil my purchase orders on time, every time, you are extremely flexible on changing delivery dates as requested."
Libby Houlichan - Volvo Construction Equipment (Terex)

Free help and advice

Want more information about LOLER? Read our free resources here.

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What does LOLER stand for?

LOLER stands for Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations, the HSE’s official regulations for lifting equipment.

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Who is a Competent Person under LOLER?

Under The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER), all lifting equipment needs to be examined, inspected and tested by a ‘competent person’. But what does this mean?

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How to organise lifting operations under LOLER.

Organising lifting operations has a number of hazards involved and it’s easy for duty holders to omit important steps depending on how complex the task is. 

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If you require assistance with your testing or inspection requirements, contact our industry experts today.

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