PSI LTD are independent engineering inspection specialists with over 30 years experience in plant examinations.
We provide engineering inspections both independently and on behalf of insurance brokers. If you require in-service engineering examinations or testing services, our expert engineers are committed to providing a professional and personal service. As a family-run business, we strive to go above and beyond every customer’s expectations.
Our services include pressure system inspections, lifting and handling plant inspections, mechanical plant inspections, local exhaust ventilation plant inspections and finally power press inspections. Visit our services page for detailed information about what services we offer.
Our Testing Services
PRESSURE SYSTEMS INSPECTIONS
PSI’s engineers carry out Thorough and Working examinations on your pressure systems, in accordance with regulations.
LIFTING AND HANDLING PLANT INSPECTIONS
Full range of lifting equipment inspections including fork trucks and lifting accessories (tackle i.e slings and chains).
MECHANICAL POWER PRESS INSPECTIONS
Power press inspections from are carried out in accordance with PUWER (the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1988).
Why Choose Us
We can offer you a range of technical and specialist testing services. Whatever your plant inspection requirement needs, we’re sure to be able to meet them.
We will provide you with a fully qualified engineer surveyor with a breadth of experience. We have been established for over 30 years and our engineers are fully qualified and experienced.
We will provide all relevant reports relating to the examination, together with plant schedules and Written Schemes of Examination where necessary.
Choosing us will mean inclusion into our inspection notification program. That means you’ll know exactly when your next inspection will be due.
LOLER, or the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations of 1988, are relevant to businesses which own or operate lifting equipment. The law outlines that owners of lifting equipment have a duty to ensure that it is safe to operate.
PSSR, or the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations of 2000, are legislative requirements which apply to businesses and organisations which operate pressure systems, or machinery which functions using a relevant fluid.
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations of 2002 (COSHH) are relevant to businesses which operate and maintain Local Exhaust Ventilation Plants (LEV).
PUWER, or the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1998, are general requirements for all types of work equipment. PUWER was outlined by the government in order to promote safety in professional engineering workplaces.