Our P601 qualified engineers perform thorough examinations to assess the condition and performance level of all types of LEV systems for our clients nationwide. Get your annual LEV testing booked with our specialists to enjoy peace of mind knowing your workplace is HSE compliant.
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It applies to all types of local exhaust ventilation (LEV) systems and it covers all elements of the system, including flexible ducts, hoods, LEV monitors, pressure relief integrated systems, illuminators and airflow indicators. During an LEV service, our engineers will check the:
In some cases the inspection will also look at:
Our fully-qualified safety engineers ensure your LEV system is fit for purpose and compliant with all LEV regulations by performing an inspection that tests all the key elements below:
You can book your LEV Inspection with us in three simple steps:
After every local exhaust ventilation test, we produce a detailed Report using our custom-made software solution – RiskMach. Built by our experts to streamline the LEV testing process and digitalise the handling of compliance data, it’s an effective reporting and collaboration tool accessible from any device, at any time, anywhere in the world.
You will have access to all your reports in a digital format throughout the five-year period you are required to keep those for. All data is protected using advanced Cyber security technology. Rather have a paper report? Available in a pdf format, our reports are easy to download and print for safe keeping in your physical records.
Our team of professional safety engineers and local exhaust ventilation consultants at Spiers are ready to assist you, so get in touch with us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on (+44) 24 7542 2624.
A complete LEV test includes a thorough examination of all components of the local exhaust ventilation system, including hoods, filters and ducts. It also incorporates a review of the system’s technical performance to ensure your equipment is fit for purpose and safe to use.
LEV testing must be performed by a competent person to achieve regulatory compliance.
According to the COSHH Regulations(9.2), LEV systems must be thoroughly examined at least once every 14 months. However, in some circumstances, a higher frequency is required and this timeframe is shortened to 6 months or even 1 month.
You are legally obliged to perform LEV tests, so you must do so at least every 14 months to ensure compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. This is done to ensure occupational safety at your workplace. In addition to this, evidence of LEV testing, including your LEV reports, are required for insurance purposes.
According to the HSG258, all LEV reports should cover the following:
At Spiers Safety Engineering, we work with clients across a variety of industries, with LEV testing most commonly carried out in engineering, chemical processing, welding, foundry, oil and gas, and pharmaceutical.
Spiers Safety Engineering is based in Tamworth, Staffordshire but we have nationwide coverage and we offer professional LEV testing services to clients across the UK.