Planet Platforms is proud to be supporting 14-year-old Oliver Denton as he prepares for a 4-week expedition to Uganda in the summer of 2019.
Maintaining work at height equipment is central to the regulations and legislation governing its safe use. Not only should users be provided with the right equipment and trained in its safe use, but this equipment should also be adequately maintained.
At Planet Platforms we know the questions that need to be asked when designing an access staging or platform.
The summer marked a significant milestone for Planet Platforms, together with colleagues, customers, suppliers and friends we celebrated 40 years of access.
Working on or around a vehicle is a task that over 3 million people in the UK do as part of their daily job. It is not surprising therefore that at some point some of these workers will be required to work at height.
Considering safe working at height was often overlooked prior to the regulations of 2005.
Reducing down time in the electric generating sector is one that project planners constantly seek new initiatives for.
A familiar sight in the skies above Yorkshire, the distinctive yellow helicopters from the Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) provide rapid emergency response to over 5 million people.
For the last 40 years we have designed, built, inspected and maintained, along the way we have learnt a thing or two. Their use has increased due to demand and a change to regulation governing how, where and when they should be deployed.
Aluminium is perfect for designing and build bespoke access platforms. It is lightweight, strong and doesn’t require a surface coating.