UK Height Access Industry News

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Steel vs Aluminium Scaffolding. The Pros and Cons

  Scaffold is an essential requirement in construction that should be manufactured around the highest level of safety and convenience. Since deadlines are tight on constructions jobs, scaffold should therefore be considered a long-term investment since a lot of time is spent erecting and tearing it down. It is paramount that the best and right […]

Hoxton Penzance Takes Temporary Stairs to New Heights

The Hoxton Special is a kitesurfing school located in the port of Penzance, in Cornwall southern England. With cabins based on the seafront wall, Hoxton’s Angus Tobey identified the need for faster access to them from the sand, rather than his customers having to walk the long way up the beach to reach them. Of […]

The Safe Strapping Solution

Kent-based precast concrete maker, Supreme Concrete, have been producing customised concrete structures since 1979. From chimney caps to bollards, retaining wall blocks to customised castings, Supreme Concrete deliver orders across the UK. With this type of success, comes a very busy dispatch yard. And with the type of product that it is, safety for workers […]

SafeSmart to Exhibit at Plantworx 2017

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  UK’s custom height access supplier, SafeSmart Access, will exhibiting at Plantworx 2017, on June 6th to the 8th. Plantworx is the UK’s premier dedicated showcase in the construction industry, for plant equipment, tools, equipment and services. For cranes, dozers, excavators and other vehicles, some of the biggest names will be on display – Ace […]

Container Rear Loading Platforms – All you need to know

Safety, whilst loading and unloading vehicles, is something that is taken very seriously at the HSE. When you start to look at the risks, you can understand why. Falls from vehicles are the second most common related-accident in the workplace accounting for 1600 injuries and 4 deaths in the past year. Access to load areas […]