Clements is currently implementing a training plan to enhance the skills of its employees and offer new benefits to its customers.
Engineer Rhys Hutchinson, has undergone the industry recognised training course offered under IPAF. He is now qualified to CAP standard for the testing and inspection of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) to comply with the LOLER regulations. He is the first of the engineers to undergo the training with more of the team becoming qualified throughout the year.
“This means we can now offer a LOLER inspection service that is both local and competitive for clients who have their own platforms” said Adrian Hutchinson, MD at Clements “In addition tie your LOLER in with IPAF training – whilst your machine is being inspected you can be trained and your machine will be ready and waiting for when you have completed your training. Book them both together and receive 25% discount off your training” added Hutchinson
To book an appointment, simply call 02476 474849 where a same day turn-a-round (subject to availability) can be arranged. Or alternatively we can offer a collection and delivery service to suit your machine requirements.