Maintenance Control Plan (MCP)


Timely parts replacement and modernisation are critical in the life cycle maintenance of lifts to ensure their safety. MCP is a set of plans for the owner and contractor to develop together and use to manage the maintenance of their existing lifts, especially in the area of parts replacement and modernisation.

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Guide for Implementing MCP

A guide is prepared to help the owner and contractor to prepare the MCP for their lifts. This guide consists of four key elements, including:

  1. Parts replacement criteria;
  2. Recommended modernisation items;
  3. Recommended checks for 5-yearly condition assessment;
  4. Information recommended to be captured in Logbook
With this guide, the contractor and owner can work with the manufacturer to further develop and implement a tailored MCP for each of their lifts.

BCA MCP Guide 1.28mb

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