• workMule International Ltd, Enterprise Building, Rope Walk, Lincoln, LN6 7DQ. Company No: 12978172. VAT No: 425860586

Certification Portal

We are delighted to present workMule's Certification Portal!

To streamline your operations, we have developed a simple, effective and efficient way to deliver the most up to date, commonly asked compliant documents.

With our new system, your customer can effortlessly scan the QR code on the machine using their standard mobile phone's camera. This will take them to our dedicated certification portal, where they can access machine certificates, such as LOLER, PUWER, Certificate of Newness, Declaration of Conformity and more without even needing to create a workMule.me account.

Our Certification Portal is a fast and efficient way for your customers health & safety teams to quickly assess that safety certifications are all in order, without the need to take up any of your company or your customers valuable time.


The Nuts & Bolts Explained

workMule's Plant Inspection has many features including:

  • Easy to download and use with Android & Apple Devices
  • Quickly view inspection compliance score at a glance
  • Compliant with PUWER & LOLER Regulations
  • Upload & store PUWER, LOLER & Service history documentation
  • Receive alerts for expired regulatory documents
  • Ready to use with 90+ plant types
  • Fully customisable inspection checklists
  • Real time defect reporting & management
  • GPS location of inspections recorded
  • Record inspections with limited or no internet connection
  • Manage owned & hired work plant machines
  • Manage owned & hired vehicles
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workMule Safety Asset Labels (SAL) Packs

workMule's SAL packs are a starting point of any inspection and help you manage your assets effectively, and easily.

  • Each pack contains 3 duplicate stickers for each asset
  • Quickly scan to start an inspection
  • Auto-load asset information on hired machines
  • Industry wide unique & secure ID
  • Strong adhesive
  • UV & Water Resistant
  • Available in Small, Medium & Large formats
  • Available from £2 per pack

The Legal Bit (PUWER & LOLER)

The law states that all work equipment must have pre-use & regular periodic inspections, according to the hse website:
PUWER requires that equipment provided for use at work is:
  • suitable for the intended use
  • safe for use, maintained in a safe condition and inspected to ensure it is correctly installed and does not subsequently deteriorate
  • used only by people who have received adequate information, instruction and training
  • accompanied by suitable health and safety measures, such as protective devices and controls. These will normally include guarding, emergency stop devices, adequate means of isolation from sources of energy, clearly visible markings and warning devices
  • used in accordance with specific requirements, for mobile work equipment and power presses
LOLER also requires that all equipment used for lifting is fit for purpose, appropriate for the task, suitably marked and, in many cases, subject to statutory periodic 'thorough examination'. Records must be kept of all thorough examinations and any defects found must be reported to both the person responsible for the equipment and the relevant enforcing authority.

Machine Maintenance

All machine manufacturers have a straight forward process for inspecting their machines. The workMule App has been designed to mirror this process in compliance with manufacturers manuals and warranty requirements.
Also compliant with CPA (Construction Plant-hire Association Working for plant hire professionals) terms of conditions of hire along with the general expectations of the entire plant hire industry. With pre-use inspections carried out by the end user saves time, costly repairs, downtime and helps reduce accidents in the work place.

  • Maintenance must be carried out by a competent person (who has the correct skills, experience and knowledge to do this safely).
  • Plant and work equipment must be maintained at regular intervals, utilising instructions provided by the manufacturer for guidance, most importantly if there are safety-critical features.
  • A procedure must be in place to show employees how to report a fault or damage to equipment.
  • Make sure the person carrying out the maintenance is provided with the correct equipment to reduce the risk to the maintenance team and others, schedule the works accordingly.
  • Ensure that maintenance is carried out safely, that machinery and moving parts are isolated or locked, and that flammable, explosive, or toxic items are correctly handled.

Interested in the Plant Inspector?