Provision, testing and certification of critical access and safety systems
We offer a variety of services and use only the most qualified engineers in the industry. Regular in-house and external training enables our engineers to keep up to date with industry legislation.
Locally-based teams ensure we are able to offer competitive pricing for all servicing jobs and to respond quickly to clients’ requests. Our turnaround is normally less than one week from receipt of order to completion of the site visit.
Our certificates are the most comprehensive provided within the industry, giving the client peace of mind and a high level of certainty that the equipment being used carries a valid test certificate.
Also, we can ensure that not only do we obtain the best pricing, but that we can also pass on quality products to our end clients at competitive prices, thus building better relationships with our clients and suppliers alike.
All fall arrest and safety equipment should be inspected and tested in accordance with the British Standard and current regulations.
All PPE equipment should be inspected every six months. Most clients have PPE equipment inspected whilst the other fall arrest equipment at site is being tested and inspected.
A majority of our clients enter into a contract with us for a period between three to five years. This gives the client peace of mind with the knowledge and assurance that the testing will be carried out at the required time to ensure continuity of certification.
With our wide range of resources, we are able to carry out site surveys on large national contracts with a varied portfolio of buildings.
We can provide advice and guidance on all aspects of health and safety legislation including:
Following testing and certification of fall arrest equipment, our engineer may recommend additional equipment or upgrades to the existing systems to create safer coverage for the site.
We offer a full training and certification course on the safe use and operation of all fall arrest equipment. Operatives would be trained onsite with the site’s own equipment.
They would be provided with a handout, detailing the training session to be carried out, and on completion of training, providing we are satisfied on their level of understanding, each operative would be provided with a certificate.