As workplace practices and environments evolve over time, it is right, therefore, that users should challenge the design of the equipment employed to safely complete their respective roles.
Working on and around trains typically means operatives will be working at height.
Confined working spaces often bring with them one very common problem for safe working at height; their unique nature means a custom off-the-shelf solution will not exist.
Working with our customers on projects that do not involve access equipment is something we are regularly tasked in doing.
Current estimates indicate that there are quarter of a million campervans and motorhomes on Britain’s roads.
At Rail Live we will be showcasing several products that ensure duty holders responsible for scheduling work at height can do so safely.
Maintaining work at height equipment is central to the regulations and legislation governing its safe use.
Preparing to work at height for certain tasks can take considerable amounts of time.
Sadly, we have to announce the passing of our good friend and valuable member of the Planet Platforms team, Alan Nash.
Working at height on and around trains is inevitable and making it safe therefore is a must.