05 Jun

FLT Thorough Inspection LOLER Examinations

How often should your lifting equipment be inspected under LOLER?

Employers are often lead to believe that if there forklift truck has been serviced this covers them under LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations). In fact this is not the case.

Yes, having your forklift services and regularly maintained will help when it comes to LOLER inspections. however, what employers need to realise is that they are different.

Thorough Inspection of lifting equipment should take place annually if the equipment is lifting stock and biannually (every 6 months) when lifting people.

Here at InLine Training we are happy to help with Thorough Inspections and can advise on how regularly these should take place for your equipment.

A set of guidelines for employers is available for you to download here 

For more information, please send your enquiry to info@inlinetraining.co.uk

26 Jul

AITT & RITIB Instructors Required

Due to continued  growth, InLine Training are looking for self-employed RTITB or AITT Registered Instructors across Essex & Suffolk to work with us on a sub-contract basis.

Ideally candidates should have a minimum of RTITB or AITT Registered Counterbalance and Reach Truck qualifications and in terms of flexibility it would also be advantageous to hold  Pivot Steer (Bendi/ Flexi), VNA Man Up and Down,  PPT, PPTS etc.

We would also like to hear from Instructors with other truck types and training disciplines such as overhead Telehandlers, Gantry Cranes and HIAB.

Candidates must have their own transport and be willing to travel when required normally within a 50 mile radius of home.

Ideally Instructors should have a minimum 12 months experience carrying out on site training at clients premises.

If you would be interested in hearing more, please email a copy of your C.V. to training@inlinetraining.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.