If a business has machinery or equipment, then legally they are responsible for making sure it is safe to be used. Inspections need to be carried out regularly to reduce any risk they pose.

There are many different types of equipment which businesses might use which will need to be inspected including:

  • fixed wiring and generators
  • lifts
  • cranes (including forklift and pallet trucks)
  • power presses and their protective devices
  • pressure plant (boilers, air conditioning, autoclaves, etc.)
workers on building site checking plans
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More than 600 highly trained engineer surveyors throughout the UK.
 Accredited by UKAS
Independently accredited by UKAS to provide impartial advice.
Safety is our priority – all our engineer surveyors have a SAFed passport.
Bespoke solutions available such as one-off inspections and consultancy.
Mobile report generation
Helping customers to receive their report in the quickest time possible. 
Online reports
Our eServices website provides quick and secure access to download customers' inspection records.
Cover from start to finish
Our engineering insurance and inspection services can be arranged together.
Customer voice
We gather customer feedback and improve our feedback as a result.

Manage inspection reports anytime, anywhere
Our range of online inspection report management tools have been designed to suit business needs. eServices includes a number of services, allowing customers to adapt these to their needs.
Watch our video tutorial to learn more.
eServices video tutorial
  • Stay in control  - with online access to inspection records, as well as:
  • View, print, annotate and email inspection reports
  • Analyse, download and save defects data
  • Get details for each plant item and store other important documents
  • Create custom reports to suit customers needs
For more information, email eServices@allianz.co.uk.
eServices - providing quick and easy access to examination records and historical data.

There are different regulations which affect what needs to be inspected and how often, and Allianz can help customers understand what you legally need to do.

Below are a few examples of regulations that establish what needs to be inspected and how often:

  • Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations
  • Electricity at Work Regulations (EAWR)
  • Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER)
  • Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR)
  • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)
  • Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations

Learn more about legislative requirements around health and safety on Allianz Risk Management.