Roof safety guidance

Published:  08 July, 2011

Safety at height contractors, Safetyworks & Solutions, who manufacture and install a range of fall protection and access systems predominately for building, estate and facilities managers, surveyors and the construction industry, will be exhibiting its product range and services at Safety & Health Expo, held at the NEC 17-19th May 2011.

Its team, accompanied by representatives from Uniline Safety Systems, will be available on Stand J64 Hall 1, to offer advice and guidance as to the most suitable roof safety solutions for all environments. Its range of products includes walkways, freestanding bespoke and fixed handrail systems and access equipment with a full range of products from Uniline, fall restraint and arrest systems, anchor points and access ladders, plus a selection of PPE. 

The company is a licensed Uniline installer and is also fully authorised to carry out Annual Inspection and Certification of equipment to the British Standard requirement, thereby ensuring that it remains in perfect condition and thus ensures that operatives working at height have peace of mind, and can use the system with confidence.

Marco Norman, managing director of Safetyworks & Solutions said: “Safety & Health Expo is a great platform for us to promote our range of products and services, all of which can be specifically tailored to our clients’ specific requirements. We look forward to explaining to our visitors why we are renowned for not only being a manufacturer of roof safety systems, but also a company that can provide clients with a comprehensive turn-key service, including site surveys, specification, full contract installation and maintenance”.


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