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|Definition of Acro
A word denoting something at height, summit or top.
Acrolift has been trading since the beginning of 2006 initially with one vehicle mounted platform based from the proprietor’s driveway. Shortly afterwards the second and third platform arrived, we moved to a local farm and finally into one and then two industrial units. As our platform fleet grew our passion for platforms developed and our performance in providing access to the most difficult of areas improved.
The Acrolift national hire desk is open and free to contact 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Quality of Our Platforms
We only buy the most versatile of new equipment and once in our fleet a comprehensive maintenance program is followed. Acrolift are one of only a few hire companies that store all their fleet securely undercover, although this is at our cost it gives us the advantage of a slower mechanical depreciation and gives the customer the peace of mind that the platform arrives in the best possible condition.
Health, Safety & Environment
Adrian Lloyd CMIOSH DipEM AIEMA is the Managing Director and an excellent example of top management leading best practices and influencing the company's culture.
He maintains his Chartered Membership of the Institute of Safety and Health with Continual Professional Development (CPD) and is also an Associate Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment. He is enthusiastic about the environment with his personnel belief that our society should use energy and resources sparingly, continually re-cycle existing resources and invest in the environment for future generations.
Competence of Our Staff
Acrolift employees play a crucial role in ensuring customer satisfaction. All necessary steps are taken to ensure that employees are provided with the training they require to perform their duties effectively. The kind of training that the Company provides for employees falls into four broad categories:
Induction - Whenever a new employee joins the Company, it is his or her line manager’s duty to ensure that he or she is given a proper introduction to the workplace, colleagues, facilities, duties, quality, health, safety and environmental procedures.
On The Job Training - Very often, new skills can be gained as part of on the job training by recently trained and/or more experienced colleagues. Employees will undergo this kind of training from time to time throughout their employment with the Company.
In House Training - This form of training will often be triggered by the introduction of new equipment and working methods, trainers will be provided in house when competent, otherwise outside trainers will be brought into the workplace.
External Training - External training is provided when a competent trainer cannot be found in house or for courses leading to the national awards or qualifications.