Working at height is complex and as such health & safety is of paramount importance, not only to ensure our team is safe, but also the structure and public around us. As an IRATA member company we ensure all works are supervised by an experienced IRATA Level 3 rope access technician and all equipment utilised is subject to a rigorous pre-use check and documented six monthly LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998) examination.
By ensuring proper supervision and only the best equipment is utilised we are able to provide the safest work environment for our staff, site and the general public. In addition to this, meticulous planning and risk assessment is an essential part of the preparation for every job and of course we are fully insured and members of Safe Contractor too.
Site specific risk assessments and method statements are strictly adhered to and all our rope access technicians undergo a working at height medical.
We place paramount emphasis on the prevention of accidents and have clear accident notification, investigation and reporting procedures in place. Before each project the client will receive:
- Risk assessment
- Method statement
- Health & safety policy
- COSHH assessment where applicable
- Environmental policy
- Site inspection form
- Reporting procedures
- Accident report form
You can talk to our team about working at height by calling 0151 526 4595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.