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Skyway Catalogue Edition 3
Download our latest catalogue which provides an informative guide on choosing the correct safe access equipment for your projects. It also provides information on all our range of products and services, including guardrails, fall arrest systems, ladders and walkways.
New products in this edition are:
- Overhead vehicle access systems which allow operatives to access trailer beds, roofs of trucks, tankers and lorries etc
- Mobile access platforms used for safe access to machinery which can be used between multiple platforms
- External fixed platforms
- Skyway’s newly designed free standing guardrail systems
- A list of personal fall prevention equipment (PFPE) that we supply
The Irish Safety at Height Association (ISHA) was formed by a number of companies, Skyway Safe Access Equipment, Brandon Agencies, Bruce Shaw Safety Management and TGP Safety Management with the aim of promoting safe work at height practices in Ireland.
The purpose of this guide is to inform clients (i.e. building owners, facility managers, etc.) of the issues surrounding employees, suppliers or sub-contractors who will be working at height on buildings, with a particular focus on building roofs. The guide also aims to outline the legislative duties placed on clients and those in control of the workplace with regard to working at height.
The purpose of this guide is to inform design team members and main contractors involved in construction projects where alterations are made to exisitng roofs. This guide is focused on responsibilities for providing a future safe workplace for maintenance rather than on the construction works associated with the refurbishment phase itself.
Anyone who controls a place of work is responsible for the safety and health of everyone in that area. This is a simple truth but not one that is always fully appreciated, until something goes wrong. Direct employees are an obvious example but they are not the only ones. Others include contractors and members of the public, even third parties.
The purpose of this guide is to inform clients (i.e. building owners, facility managers, etc.) of the issues surrounding employees, suppliers or sub-contractors who will be working at height on buildings, with a particular focus on initial access to building roofs or high areas using temporary or fixed ladders.
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The above document is provided on an informative basis only and was not compiled by Skyway. Skyway had no input into the material used in this report. Therefore, the company accepts no liability whatsoever for any direct or consequential loss arising from the use of this report or its contents. For further clarification on this document, please contact the publisher directly.