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  • Facelift Collision Damage Waiver (CDW)
    Subject to conditions Malicious damage and vandalism Fire damage In the case of vehicle mounted equipment damage to third party property or injury to any person whilst used on a public road Examples of what we WILL NOT pay for The first 3 000 of any loss Damage by paint or over spray Damage to tyres punctures Corrosion caused by chemicals any corrosive agents Damage due to overloading Any damage caused by misuse or negligence Damage by fire where adequate preventative measures were not taken Damage to third party property or injury to any person whilst off a Public Highway racing or whilst carrying persons for hire or reward Theft of hired machines where the Hirer has left such property Unattended without placing it in a securely locked Compound and ensuring that it is locked and immobilised Unattended means where hired machine can be stolen or removed without the immediate assistance of the Hirer or Operator of the hired machine Operated Plant Hired with one of Facelift s Operators For an additional 10 of the hire rate facelift will retain responsibility for any loss or damage as a result of any accidental cause Examples of what we WILL pay for Damage to the machine Fire damage Damage caused by third parties Examples of what we WILL NOT pay for The first 3 000 of any loss Damage by paint or over spray Damage to tyres punctures Corrosion caused by chemicals any corrosive agents Any damage caused by misuse or negligence by the customer Third party property damage except in the case of our operator s negligence Theft of hired machines where the Hirer has left such property Unattended without placing it in a securely locked Compound and ensuring that it is locked and immobilised Unattended means where hired machine can

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/hire/damage_waiver.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • Insurance and Certificates
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    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/certificates/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Jobs at Facelift
    the right person The following qualifications experience are required Must be time served with a minimum of 5 years post apprenticeship experience minimum OCN qualification competent understanding of assembly drawings electrical schematics and hydraulic drawings Duties will include Checking parts for fit and quality fitting electrical equipment to machines fitting hydraulic parts highlighting build problems ensuring that the build quality of the finished product is up to standard and completed within the appropriate time scale assembling operating testing and snagging machines accurately completing any required documentation Soft skills required are Good communicator team player problem solver Knowledge of Access Equipment would be an advantage but is not essential Salary According to Experience Purfleet Stand By Driver Operators To Work Flexible Hours HGV Non HGV driver operators required to work flexible hours providing cover when our existing workforce is fully committed Successful applicants will ideally hold IPAF Certification and need to be able to work at height Excellent Rate of Pay Southampton Access Platform Engineer Plant Fitter A great opportunity for the right person The following experience is required Electrical Hydraulic fault finding Inspections PAC IPAF Card an advantage and Deep Cycle Battery systems an advantage Soft skills required are good communicator able to work under pressure team player self motivated and ambitious Further training will be given to the right person Salary According to Experience Liverpool Access Platform Engineer Plant Fitter A great opportunity for the right person The following experience is required Electrical Hydraulic Fault Finding Inspections PAC IPAF Card an advantage and Deep Cycle Battery Systems an advantage Soft skills required are good communicator able to work under pressure team player self motivated and ambitious Further training wil be given to the right person Salary According To Experience Newcastle Access Platform Engineer Plant Fitter A great opportunity for the right person The following experience is required Electrical Hydraulic fault finding Inspections PAC IPAF certifications an advantage and Deep Cycle Battery systems an advantage Soft skills required are good communicator able to work under pressure team player self motivated and ambitious Further training will be given to the right person Salary According to Experience Purfleet Driver Operators Driver Operators required for our trading division in Purfleet We need capable enthusiastic presentable and hard working people to transport and operate our specialist access platforms Personal Attributes Physical stamina and a desire to achieve through effort Confidence at height and a vigilant attention to safety LGV Licence would be an advantage Successful applicants will ideally hold IPAF Certification but training will be provided Salary According to Experience Hickstead Access Platform Engineer Plant Fitter A great opportunity for the right person The following experience is required Electrical Hydraulic fault finding Inspections PAC IPAF Card an advantage and Deep Cycle Battery systems an advantage Soft skills required are good communicator able to work under pressure team player self motivated and ambitious Further training will be given to the right person Salary according to experience Purfleet Access Platform Engineer Plant Fitter A great opportunity

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  • Hire Questions and Answers
    is the horizontal distance that a self propelled boom or truck mount can reach across and is measured from the centre of the machine usually in metres Do you do half day hires Most of our hires are a minimum of 1 day however as a company we will always do our best to accommodate to your needs to provide the best service at a competitive rate Does your operator bring safety harnesses Our experienced and professional operators always carry two spare harnesses to ensure your health and safety while working with our machines allowing you and your staff to carry out their work in an effective manner Can I just hire for 1 day or do I have to pay for a week You can hire most of our equipment for either one day three days or a week the choice is up to you Can I pay by card We accept many credit and debit card types as method of payment for hire and training Can you carry out a site survey Yes we can free of charge Our specialist and professional site surveyors are ready to provide you with their expert knowledge of the industry ensuring you have the machine most suitable for your needs Do I need to clean the equipment before returning it Yes we do ask that you clean the equipment at the end of hire If the equipment is returned dirty then you will be liable for our reasonable cleaning charge What do I do when I am finished with the equipment The equipment will remain on hire and chargeable until it has been off hired You will need to phone us to off hire the equipment obtain an off hire reference and arrange collection Who is responsible for the equipment when I off hire it You are responsible for the machine until it has been collected and must ensure it is immobilised and in a securely locked compound Am I insured to drive your truck and van mounted platforms on the road If you take out our collision damage waiver then you are covered third party only while driving our vehicle on the road Do I need any charging leads or transformers You will need a transformer and lead to charge any electric machines If you do not have your own you can purchase one from us at any time Can I reserve a machine with you Yes you can reserve any of our machines in advance and confirm the hire with us closer to the time Can I buy a harness from you Yes you can our Safety Shop sells harnesses and lanyard kits among other safety equipment to ensure you are fully equipped while using our machines Please visit ZT Safety Systems to find out more about our zero trauma harness Are there any terms and conditions I need to know about when hiring equipment Facelift operate under the Construction Plant Hire Association CPA to read more about the terms

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/hire/faq/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Sales Questions and Answers
    fitting secondary guards as standard on their machines What drive options are available on self propelled booms Where available manufacturers offer variations on steering options such as 2 or 4 wheel steer and drive options such as 2 or 4 wheel drive What tyres can be used on on self propelled booms Rough terrain or self propelled booms designed for outside use usually come fitted with foam filled tyres as standard Bi fuel or electric machines intended for internal and external applications will often have solid rubber tyres fitted Air filled tyres are also available but are not often used due to the nature of the work and terrain that self propelled booms carry out Can you get bi fuel or hybrid machines Certain manufactures offer a variety of power options on some of their machines Where available a bi fuel combination of a diesel or petrol engines with chargeable batteries allows a self propelled boom to be used indoors and out Hybrid power is becoming increasingly available from manufacturers as this can significantly reduce emissions down time and fuel costs Do I need training to operate a self propelled boom By law anyone working at heights or in this case operating self propelled boom must under go training as per the Working at Heights Regulations 2005 The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 We strongly recommend any operator using self propelled booms hold an IPAF category 3b license Please contact us for further information What is the difference between an articulated and telescopic boom A telescopic boom has 2 or more sections that slide out from each other forming a straight boom For this reason they are also commonly known as straight sticks and can offer large working heights and horizontal outreach Articulated booms have a minimum of one hinged joint or knuckle enabling the boom to bend This increases manoeuvrability and creates the ability to have up and over clearance What is a fly boom jib A fly boom jib is an articulated section of boom usually a couple of metres in length that the cage is joined to Fly booms can have a variety of degrees of movement both horizontally and vertically allowing the operator to position the cage with increased precision What gradient can a self propelled boom operate on A self propelled boom s rough terrain or gradient capabilities are strictly machine specific The most popular self propelled boom s gradeability varies from 20 to 45 What is a LOLER how often does a self propelled boom need one The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 LOLER place duties on people and companies who own operate or have control over lifting equipment It is a requirement of the LOLER 1998 that all lifting equipment is fit for purpose and under goes a periodic thorough examination to LOLER standards every 6 months this is the LOLER certification How often does a cherry picker need to be serviced Machines should be serviced as per the manufacturer s recommendations which can be found in the service manual that is supplied with the machine Can I tow a trailer mounted platform with a normal license On a standard British category B car licence gained after 1997 you can drive a vehicle up to 3 500kg with a trailer up to 750kg If you wish to tow a trailer heavier than 750kg the total weight of the car and trailer combined must to not exceed 3 500kg If the car trailer combination exceeds these limitations you must take the category E driving test for towing However if you gained your standard British driving licence prior to 1997 these restrictions do not apply to your licence What can I tow a towable access platform with Trailer mounted access platforms can be towed off any suitable vehicle that has been fitted with a standard tow bar Is a road towable access platform suitable for use indoors Any trailer mounted access platform powered by an electric motor can be used indoors It is advised that any trailer mounted access platform that just has a fuel powered engine is not used inside due to the emissions created by a diesel or petrol engine Do trailer mounted platforms have up and over clearance Typically the boom section of the trailer mounted platform will be articulated giving the machine up over clearance They may have one or more knuckles and can have telescopic boom sections giving the machine further reach Do I need to wear a harness to operate a trailer mounted platform The operating of MEWPs is covered by law within the Work at Height Regulations 2005 The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations PUWER 1998 and The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations LOLER 1998 These regulations state that precautions must be taken to minimise the risk of accidents and injuries including wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment when operating MEWPs following a risk assessment Therefore it is strongly recommended that a full body harness with a short lanyard is worn when using a trailer mounted access platforms as this prevents operators falling out of or being thrown from the basket and also aids rescue The International Powered Access Federation s IPAF official statement on wearing harnesses in boom type platforms is as follows When working from a boom type Mobile Elevating Work Platform MEWP it is strongly recommended that a full body harness with an adjustable lanyard be used to provide work restraint The lanyard should be adjusted to be as short as possible and may contain an energy absorbing device We strongly recommend the use of ZT Zero Trauma full body harnesses For more information http ztsafetysystems com or call 0844 573 4899 Do I need training to use a road towable MEWP By law anyone working at heights or in this case operating a trailer mounted platform must under go training as per the Working at Heights Regulations 2005 The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 We strongly

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  • Training Questions and Answers
    accommodates all trainees a practical area big enough to use the machine to its full capability a parking space for our Instructor and either the machines or the tower If you do not have the machines available they can be hired through our hire desk and if you require a tower our training team can assist you How many people can attend an IPAF course We can book a maximum of 4 people if you are booking a double category course or 6 people if it is a single category course How many people can attend a PASMA course We can book a maximum of 12 people on a PASMA course How many people can attend a Ladder Course We can book a maximum of 8 people on a ladder course Is lunch provided Yes but if you have any special dietary requirements please advise us in advance Can I be trained on a Saturday or Overnight Yes we can do training 24 7 there is an extra supplement payable Please give us a call to discuss further How long does my IPAF qualification last The IPAF PAL Card lasts 5 years How long does my PASMA Qualification last The PASMA Card lasts 5 years How long does my LA Ladder qualification last The LA Ladder card lasts for 5 years How long will my First Aid Qualification last Your First Aid qualification lasts 3 years What is your cancellation policy If you cancel more then 4 working days before we won t charge anything however if you cancel 3 working days before the training date then we will charge 50 and if you cancel 2 or less working days we will have to charge 100 of the training cost Can I hire a safety harness on the day of training Yes we can hire you a harness at a cost of 10 VAT for the day Do I need to bring photographic ID Yes you do we accept the standard driving licence passport also a CSCS card Do I need to bring a photo on the day Our instructors will take photos on the day What does PASMA stand for Pre Fabricated Access Suppliers Manufacturers Association What does IPAF stand for International Powered Access Federation How can I get a copy of my IPAF card if I have lost it If you ring the training department on 01444 88 11 66 and we will order you a new card How long does my IPAF card last for The IPAF will last for 5 years However make sure to always check the expiry date before operating machinery How long does my PASMA card last for The PASMA card lasts for 5 years What does IPAF 3b mean IPAF 3b is the category for Self Propelled Booms What does 3a mean IPAF 3a is the category for Scissor Lifts Mobile Vertical Personnel Platforms What does 1b mean IPAF 1b is the category for Self Propelled Booms with Outriggers Trailer Push Arounds

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  • Facelift Privacy Policy
    at our contact pages If you supply us with your postal address on line you may receive periodic mailings from us with information on new products and services or upcoming events If you do not wish to receive such mailings please let us know by calling us at the number provided above e mailing us at the above address writing to us at the above address Please provide us with your exact name and address We will be sure your name is removed from the list we share with other organizations Persons who supply us with their telephone numbers on line may receive telephone contact from us with information regarding new products and services or upcoming events If you do not wish to receive such telephone calls please let us know by sending us e mail at the above address calling us at the above telephone number writing to us at the above address Please provide us with your name and phone number We will be sure your name is removed from the list we share with other organizations With respect to Ad Servers We do not partner with or have special relationships with any ad server companies From time to time we may use customer information for new unanticipated uses not previously disclosed in our privacy notice If our information practices change at some time in the future we will post the policy changes to our Web site to notify you of these changes and provide you with the ability to opt out of these new uses If you are concerned about how your information is used you should check back at our Web site periodically Customers may prevent their information from being used for purposes other than those for which it was originally collected by calling us at

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  • Facelift Website Disclaimer
    warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk Liability for Loss In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website Links to other Websites Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Facelift GB LTD We have no control over the nature content and availability of those sites The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them Website Availability Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly However Facelift GB LTD takes no responsibility for and will not be liable for the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control Questions about this Disclaimer If you

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