Excel Inspection Solutions Ltd

In: Engineering
Contact: Joe Ward
7 Earl Close, Walderslade, Chatham, Kent. ME5 8HA

Excel Inspection Solutions (EIS) is a fully independent inspection company working in both the residential and commercial sectors. We primarily provide statutory examinations of lifting equipment under The Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations (L.O.L.E.R.) which includes; passenger/goods lifts, stair lifts, platform lifts, vehicle ramps, forklift trucks, tower cranes, mobile cranes, overhead cranes, excavators, telehandlers, lifting tackle and many other types of lifting equipment and working systems. Every examination is accompanied by a comprehensive inspection report with photographs so the duty holder/responsible person can better understand their equipment.

We specialise in passenger/goods lifts and as such, we offer additional services including; Maintenance Audits, Condition /Dilapidation Reports and Firefighting / Evacuation Lift function checks under the newly formed Fire Safety (England) Regulations (F.S.(E).R.)

Other equipment and systems we examine include air receivers and cafe boilers under The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (P.S.S.R.), which includes a written scheme of examination, as well as items covered by the Work At Height Regulations (W.A.H.R.) such as; safety harnesses, davit structures, anchor points and gantry structures.

As an independent inspection company, we believe in full transparency and honesty as well as ensuring that you stay compliant with current UK Regulations. We’re happy to undertake examinations at a time that suits you which includes weekends and bank holidays plus we cover all of London and the Southeast as well as East Anglia and The Home Counties.

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