Edge Protection and Safety Netting
Our Safety Netting and Edge Protection department provides an in-house solution to the extensive demand for these services. The division has gone from strength to strength and has now expanded to the point where we are sub-contracting out our services to principal building contractors throughout the UK.
Falls from height are one of the main hazards in the construction industry, one which operatives must be protected from.
Safety netting is one of the best solutions available, as it leaves operatives free to work unencumbered by safety lines and harnesses.
All of our safety netting riggers are FASET qualitied at NVQ level, hold IPAF and CSCS skilled operative cards, enabling them to work to the strict standards of BS EN1263-2 and BS8411.
Our safety netting is manufactured in accordance with BS EB 1263-1.
Roof Edge Protection
Our operatives are fully trained and certified in CombiSafe edge protection systems and traditional tubing & fitting style edge protection enabling them to work to the strict standards of EN 13374.
Stair Access Installation
Our operatives are fully trained and certified stair access installers, allowing us to provide a comprehensive package of collective, protective measures for working at height legislation.
Our experienced installer can provide bird prevention/control measures to protect property against bird nesting and fouling.
Bird nets are a tried and tested way of protecting areas from bird pest problems.
Bird spike or post and wire systems are effective ways to prevent birds perching and nesting on ridges and ledges.
Spanset Safeline Systems
We provide full design, supply and installation of Spanset Safeline Systems, including annual inspection and certification services.
This Safeline system can be configured either as a fall arrest system or as a fall restraint system. It can be installed during the installation of a new roof or, alternatively, to existing roofs.
We can provide a complete design and installation package of permanent barrier systems to protect leading and open edges. These can either be counter balanced or affixed permanently to a structure.