TC81: LIFT MANAGEMENT - HALF DAY COURSE
SUSPENSION OF ARMA TRAINING FOR MARCH AND APRIL 2020
After careful monitoring of the development and the spread of Covid-19 taking into account the health and safety of our members and employee’s, we at ARMA have taken the decision to suspend all training courses with immediate effect until the end of April 2020.
For those who have booked places to attend our training courses we will refund payment back to the card used at the time of booking.
New courses dates for all our training courses will be arranged in due course, and we will circulate these by the usual means which does mean that you will need to re-book to attend the training courses.
I am sure that you will also support us in this difficult decision that we at ARMA needed to prioritise the health and safety of all and minimise the spread of the virus.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause
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09:30 – 17:00
London ARMA Offices SW19 4DP
A half-day course, which will introduce managing agents and property managers to lifts, lift maintenance and their responsibilities under legislation. Participants will gain an understanding of how a lift functions, lift maintenance management, applicable codes and standards and how to plan for when a lift reaches the end of its service life.
What the course covers:
What is a lift?
- Lift types
- Lift operation
- Lift components
Regulation and standards:
- The difference between codes, standards and regulations
- Lift design and health and safety standards
- Lift regulations Other applicable legislation
- Responsibilities of the managing agent
Lift maintenance and maintenance management:
- Service contract types
- Maintenance costs
- Managing your lift portfolio
- Routine checks
Lift life cycles and future options:
- Determining the condition of your lift
- When to stop maintaining and start replacing
- Refurbishment vs replacement Timescales.
This course is aimed at estate managers, property managers and anyone who is responsible for the management of a lift within their building.