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Annual lift inspections are required by health and safety officials, lp-image-rANSI standards and local regulations. But even more importantly, taking care of your lifts is the right thing to do for your team and your business. Find your local ALI Certified Lift Inspector here.

ALI Certified Lift Inspectors are proven qualified to inspect every lift in your vehicle service facility, from  light-duty car lifts all the way up to those rated to lift 130,000 lbs. or more.

Proper lift operator training is also coming under increased scrutiny. Ensure that your technicians are up-to-date on their lift safety training quickly and easily with ALI’s new Lifting It Right interactive online training module for just $29 per trainee. Learn more here.

 

Vehicle Lift Inspection: Your Safety Is Riding On It!

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There’s more riding on your vehicle lifts than cars and trucks. If you’re the technician who relies on a lift to get your job done every day, your safety is riding on it. If you’re the shop owner, service manager or dealer whose livelihood depends on your technicians’ safety and performance, your business is riding on it. With so much riding on your lifts, it’s crucial that they are properly maintained and inspected regularly to ensure proper performance.

This 16-page publication provides an overview of the hot topics in vehicle lifting that technicians, fleet maintenance managers and shop owners need to be aware of in order to maintain bay safety and productivity.