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At Intacare we understand how important your Independence is to you.
Being without your piece of mobility equipment for any period of time can take away this independence and have a detrimental effect on your happiness and peace of mind.
Our servicing department are on hand to help get your Independence back as quickly as possible. From puncture repairs and brake adjustments to servicing call outs we have the expertise and experience to help. All our services are fully tailored to suit your requirements.
We have over 20 years experience in the industry with servicing, repair and maintenance of all makes and models of mobility aids and equipment. We are not tied to any brand or product so we can give you mobility advice without bias, with our expert technicians providing a thorough repair service to ensure safety is maintained. All staff are DBS checked and always carry ID.
We can carry out repairs and maintenance for a majority of applications including residential and care homes, hospices, private hospitals, training centres, charities and private individual homes. No job is too big or too small.
One off repairs can be arranged or preventative maintenance, ongoing service contracts, inspections, six monthly Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) inspections, emergency cover and servicing - all with an emphasis on safety and reliability.
For details of the repair and maintenance services available please see the details below. Our services are available for customers in South / West Wales, Bristol, Gloucester and Hereford
What is LOLER?
The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) are in place to ensure that all lifting equipment is used in a safe manner. Anyone who operates lifting equipment on the job are required to comply to these regulations, which come under the Health and Safety at Work Act.
It should be noted that a LOLER inspection, known officially as a ‘thorough examination’, is not the same as routine maintenance such as replacing worn or damaged parts, topping up fluid levels, or making minor adjustments. LOLER testing must be performed by what is known officially as a ‘competent person’: someone qualified to perform the thorough examination.
In short, LOLER is a health and safety regulation specific to lifting equipment. If your business owns or operates lifting equipment in any capacity, it must comply with these regulations. To do so, your equipment must regularly undergo a thorough examination performed by a competent person.
When is LOLER examination Required?
12 months for Lifting equipment or 6 months if lifting equipment is used for lifting persons and six months for accessories i.e. Slings etc
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