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a1-cbiss Launch 3M Fall Protection Products
Apr 10 2019 Read 3127 Times
a1-cbiss have recently added the 3M fall protection equipment to complement a range of respiratory devices, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and gas detection instrumentation.
a1-cbiss will be working alongside 3M to carry out site surveys to evaluate various onsite risks and provide various confined space training courses.
Risks could include open unguarded rooftops, ladder or scaffolding access or confined space entry.
The Dangers of Working at Height
Working at height or entering confined spaces are considered a potentially high risk activity and is the biggest cause of workplace fatalities.
According to HSE published statistics, between 30 and 40 workers are fatally injured as a result of a fall from height at work each year. And in the UK alone, there are over 3000 major injuries relating to falls at height each year.
Due to the recognition that working at height is a potentially hazardous activity, the Health & Safety Executive has developed stringent requirements for fall protection. Our aim is to help you to select the right equipment for your needs whilst conforming to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Why Book a Site Survey With a1-cbiss
a1-cbiss understand the challenges involved with Working at Height or Confined Space Entry and strive to offer high quality, innovative products that will keep you safe at work.
- Site survey carried out by specialists to identify all site risks
- Compliance with regulations
- Product advice
- Order the right products first time
- Confidence in product use
We can advise you on our wide range of Fall Protection such as body harnesses, lanyards, rescue devices, tripods, fall arrest and safety products ensuring you are compliant with the Work at Height Regulations 2005, Confined Space Regulations 2009 or the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 2016.
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