Safety comes first
At Suttons we're extremely proud of our unblemished health and safety record, so much so that we've built it into our motto - 100% quality, 100% safety.Safety is always our first thought when planning a lift, and of course all our staff are fully trained to the highest standards to ensure not only their own safety, but that of other employees, site staff and the general public.
Our service guarantee
We won't be beaten on service and guarantee there won't be any hidden extras to surprise you, saving you money on every job.If you'd like a competitive quote either give us a call on 0161 748 1848 or complete our short form online. We guarantee you won't be disappointed with our prices or our service.
Under the terms of a standard CPA Crane Hire Agreement, the crane and the operator are the responsibility of the customer once the crane leaves the public highway in order to access site. This includes travel on any access roads in the event that the site is not immediately adjacent to the public highway.The customer's Appointed Person is responsible for planning the lift and all the personnel and equipment involved. In addition, under CPA model conditions, the customer must provide insurance cover for the following:
Loss of damage to our plant and equipment whilst on site and under the customer's control Loss of or damage to the goods being lifted,Continuing hiring charges whilst the equipment is unable to work as a result of loss or damage, Legal liability - injury to the driver / operator whilst under the supervision and control of the customer along with injury to third parties, including damage to their property, arising from crane operations.For hires under CPA Crane Hire agreements, it is important to note the following;The customer's Appointed Person must have the knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the lifting operation
The crane owner must supply a competent operator and crane fit for the intended purpose.
BS7121 Safe Use of Cranes gives a full description of such responsibilities.In summary, under CPA Crane Hire agreement, it is the customer's responsibility to fully plan, control, supervise and insure the crane operation and personnel.To find out more about CPA Hire Agreement terms, call us on 0161 748 1848 or 07831 265 991 or email email@example.com,CPA,Contract Lift.
Under the terms of a standard CPA Contract Lift, the crane / equipment, operator and all personnel supplied with the crane, (including the Appointed Person / Crane Supervisor) are the responsibility of the crane owner.The crane owner is responsible for all aspects of the planning and execution of the lift and will provide insurance cover for the following:Loss of or damage to plant / equipment caused solely by the owner's negligence in the performance of the lifting contract
Loss of or damage to third party property caused solely by the owner's negligence in the performance of the lifting contract subject to:a maximum liability of £25,000 in respect of goods lifted, a maximum liability of £5 million in respect of loss of or damage to third party property or death / injury to third party persons,It is important to note that a CPA Crane Hire agreement only becomes a CPA Contract Lift when the crane owner supplies the Appointed Person / Crane Supervisor and hence, accepts liability for planning and supervising the lift.
Specifying the correct type of contract will ultimately improve safety and ensure that the correct system of work is adopted.Under Contract Lift conditions, the customer still retains certain liabilities and therefore should hold adequate insurance to provide protection against incidents arising from for example:Own negligence, Inadequate or unstable ground conditions,Inadequate or incorrect information supplied in connection with the goods being lifted.