Author: Julian Woods

14 Oct MOT Manuals and Special notices

DVSA have issued an update to the MOT testers manual reference electrical socket testing MOT inspection manual: cars and passenger vehicles Page summary: Inspection processes and rules for car, private bus and light commercial vehicle (class 3, 4, 5 and 7 vehicle) MOT tests. Change made: Lamps, reflectors and...

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01 Sep DVSA update to MOT testing guide

The DVSA have released an update to the MOT testing guide. the updated requirements in section D is referencing the current version of the EN / BS standards and the addition of the requirement for the site to have a LOLER lift inspection certification. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mot-testing-guide?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=f57bc3e0-750c-4aa0-8b6d-e8ee4acc3d34&utm_content=immediately ...

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24 Aug UKCA marking given a 1 year extension

The .gov website today 24/08/21 have announced a 1 year to the requirements for getting the UKCA mark on equipment. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/businesses-given-more-time-to-apply-new-product-safety-marking ...

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05 Aug DVSA consultation of MOT fees.

The DVSA have opened consultation on increasing testing fees payable to DVSA, full detail can be found on the .Gov website using the below link. Give us your views: increasing DVSA fees (govdelivery.com) Note: This is NOT about increasing MOT fees to motorist, but cost for running...

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09 Jul Wire rope training course

Congratulations to those GEA members engineers who attended the lift engineer wire rope inspection course this week @Daventry, nice to see the facility being used (even though we are still limited by numbers  due to social distancing rules !) ...

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05 Jul GEA Accredited engineers

Congratulations to the following members who recently obtained GEA Lift engineer accreditation for some of their engineers: CCS UK Ltd Gott Technical ISN Garage assist Tecalemit...

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