Achieving best practice in lift safety requires the co-operation of everyone from passengers and property managers to technology and maintenance service providers.
Everyone who uses a lift for work, leisure or general mobility can enhance their own safety by keeping doors clear, following user guidance and reporting problems quickly when they arise. But manufacturers, maintenance providers and property managers bear a great responsibility for keeping lifts in good working order and preventing issues from arising. If faults become ‘the norm’, they’re more likely to go unreported, and could ultimately put lift users in danger.
As a national lift company known for customer satisfaction, we strive to deliver all projects to a high standard and our service engineers follow detailed Health & Safety procedures compliant with national standards. Our policies are based on a solid track record in the lift industry, and we aim to achieve a 0% accident or near-miss incident rate in all the environments we work in.
We understand that safety is paramount both during the work we undertake and the subsequent operation of the lift(s) that our customers trust us to install and service. To demonstrate our commitment we’ve appointed a Compliance Manager to oversee all aspects of Safety, and been externally accredited under both CHAS and SafeContractor.