At Healthserve we specialise in the repair and maintenance of essential healthcare equipment for schools, nursing homes, hospitals and other commercial environments. Let us help you to care for your clients with a comprehensive maintenance contract that ensures all your vital lifting and moving equipment is in perfect working order. We offer a complete compliance package which will help your business or establishment meet current legislation. We also supply a comprehensive range of products that cover all aspects of mobility and independent living.
Our experienced team of engineers repair most makes and models of hospital lifting equipment, hoists, assisted baths and profiling beds. We’ll provide a detailed estimate prior to any repair work being carried out. Contract customers enjoy priority response times to breakdowns, and our engineers carry a large amount of spares on board to ensure your equipment is up and running as soon as possible. We are accredited agents for the following manufacturers:
A Healthserve maintenance contract ensures complete peace of mind. We understand the needs of both large and small organisations, and have tailored our contracts to suit. Some of the benefits available include :
Don’t forget – We maintain all makes and models of mobility lifting equipment, profiling beds and assisted baths.
Your staff and resident’s safety is paramount, and at Healthserve, we understand that meeting your health and safety obligations, can be a real minefield. That’s why we offer a LOLER testing service in line with the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998, to ensure that you, your staff and your residents, are safe when using lifting equipment.
In the main, LOLER replaced existing legal requirements relating to the use of lifting equipment, for example the Construction (Lifting Operations) Regulations 1961, the Docks Regulations 1988 and the Lifting Plant and Equipment (Records of Test and Examination etc) Regulations 1992. Many aspects of LOLER should therefore be familiar to you. The Regulations aim to reduce risks to people’s health and safety from lifting equipment provided for use at work. In addition to the requirements of LOLER, lifting equipment is also subject to the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER), see Further information.