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Business Types

Most businesses will require some form of engineering inspection, whether it be in accordance with the PUWER or LOLER regulations, Pressure Systems Regulations, COSHH or Electrical Inspections/Testing The following list will give you some idea of the kind of items we inspect:-

Motor Trade
vehicle lifts, jacks, engine cranes, compressed air systems, vehicle recovery equipment, spray booths, workshop extraction systems, petroleum installation testing, electrical installations.

Engineering Companies
lifting equipment, pressure plant, presses, dust/fume/waste extraction systems (LEV) etc.

Nursing Homes
lifts, patient hoists, electrical installations.

Leisure Centres
lifts, wheelchair lifts.

Licensed Premises
lifts, cellar hoists, electrical installations, coffee/tea boilers.

lifts, electrical installations.

This list is merely an indication of the type of inspections that may be required and is not exhaustive. Please contact us with any queries that you may have.


Reports of Examination
Many service companies do provide an inspection service, however a little investigation can often reveal that their inspection does not allow you to comply with current workplace regulations. This may leave you open to prosecution, or at the very least heavy criticism from the HSE or any other Statutory Authority.

Fixed Wiring Examinations - BS 7671 (Latest revision)

Most, if not all places of work use electricity as a form of motive power as well as heating and lighting.

BS 7671 (Latest revision) clearly state that a Periodic Inspection and Test should be carried out at specified regular intervals.

The above standard is a non-statutory document and as such is non-enforceable, however the Electricity at Work Regulations is statutory and they require the installation be adequately maintained.

Periodic Inspection and Testing is considered to be part of this maintenance.

One of the fundamental requirements for a Type A Inspection Body is demonstrable evidence of impartiality and independence, meaning that Inspection Network Limited have absolutely no vested interest in carrying out remedial works, in other words, Inspection Network Limited is a fully autonomous and independent company.

As a Type A Inspection Body accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service all our Inspecting Engineers are suitably qualified, and are subjected to regular and frequent competency monitoring.

Frequencies of Inspection

Type of Building Inspection Frequency
Commercial (shops, offices etc) 5 Years or after change of occupancy
Hotels 5 Years
Agricultural Buildings 3 Years
Public places (Theatres, Cinemas etc) 3 Years
Industrial premises (Factories) 3 Years
Quarries 6 Months
Construction Sites 3 Months

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Electrical InspectionsWe carry out Periodic Inspection and Testing which are now appearing on more and more insurance policies.


RegulationsWhat Legislations do we inspect under?


Inspection FrequenciesThis can be a minefield so we've tried to make it a little easier for you.


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