Join Bureau Veritas at major powered access event
Sep. 13 2019
Bureau Veritas will be showcasing our expertise in engineering inspections as part of the Nationwide Platforms Working at Height Best Practice Forum at Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire on 19th September.
We will be joining more than 400 people from across the industry for the annual event, which helps to advance the safe operation of powered access equipment, shape best practice and improve safety standards.
Register for free to take advantage live demonstrations alongside a series of workshops and talks, focusing on key issues including service innovation, safety, legal matters and much more.
Bureau Veritas experts will be on hand to introduce our solutions for statutory inspections of powered access equipment including Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs), which are seeing a 4% annual increase in demand according to Construction News
These solutions include our dedicated Mobile Plant Unit, delivering on-hire inspections to help meet the logistical challenges of meeting statutory obligations for mobile platforms, lifting and crane equipment when hired out to contractors.
Our team will also be on hand to discuss industry best practice for achieving compliance and maintaining asset operation, whilst delivering live demonstrations of our unique client portal, Swift, which facilitates complete visibility and up to the minute updates on your engineering inspections.
If that’s not enough, visitors can also discover more about our comprehensive training capabilities, including training for those who have a duty of care to comply with regulations including LOLER, PUWER and PSSR. The Bureau Veritas Learning Academy offers a host of flexible learning opportunities including face to face and virtual classroom learning, where courses are delivered online by a live course tutor for real-time interaction.
Learn more about our engineering inspection services which help clients in the power access sector to help achieve and maintain their statutory obligations.
Or click here to see more details about the Nationwide Platforms Working at Height Best Practice Forum.