Carbon Neutrality: Forge Lifts’ Green Transition

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Step 1: Understanding Our Carbon Footprint To know where we need to go, we first have to understand where we stand. That’s why Forge Lift Services undertaken a comprehensive carbon audit to gauge the breadth and depth of our carbon emissions. This audit, taking into account both direct and indirect emissions, has provided us with…

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What is a lift engineer?

An illustration of a man and a woman wearing Forge Lifts uniform and holding mechanics tools.

ift engineers are responsible for the design, installation, maintenance, and repair of lift and escalator systems in a variety of settings. This includes commercial and residential buildings, hospitals, airports, and other public spaces. A lift engineer’s job is to ensure that these systems are functioning safely and efficiently, and to identify and address any potential issues before they become major problems.

To become a lift engineer, you’ll need a combination of technical skills, education, and on-the-job training. This can include a degree or diploma in mechanical or electrical engineering, as well as specialized training in lift and escalator systems.

If you’re interested in a career in lift engineering, it’s important to have a strong understanding of the principles of physics, mechanics, and electrical systems. You’ll also need excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to work well under pressure, as lift and escalator systems are critical components of many buildings and public spaces.

Whether you’re considering a career in lift engineering or simply curious about this fascinating profession, understanding the role of a lift engineer and the skills required for this profession can provide valuable insights into this essential field.

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