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Access Scaffolding – Don’t Become a Statistic

Access Scaffolding – Don’t Become a Statistic

By on Oct 15, 2018 in Blog |

Access scaffolding and scaffolding work can be a dangerous environment when the appropriate care and consideration towards safety is not taken seriously. It was only last month that a motorcyclist was wiped clean off his bike by a falling piece of scaffolding.

Thankfully, despite the nasty incident, the motorcyclist was unharmed. Scaffolding, therefore, should be handled with extreme care as it is not just the workers operating on the structure but pedestrians below who are in danger.

Access Scaffolding – Reducing Waste and Risk

This story is just one of many incidents where inappropriate scaffolding or behaviour on the site has resulted in injury or fatalities. It is imperative that your scaffold provider is on top of their safety policies and familiar with the latest regulations.

Here at Network Scaffold Services, we’re specialists in providing high-quality access scaffolding in throughout the Midlands. For our scaffolding service, we only use the highest quality materials that in addition to providing maximum safety, our materials and operations look to make as little impact on the environment as possible. Reducing emissions and waste.

Our works main goal is to minimise risk whilst providing bespoke access scaffolding for all property types. We work in both the domestic sector, commercial or trade market as well as industrial properties.

If you would like a no-obligation quote for access scaffolding anywhere across the Midlands (including Tamworth). Please get in touch with a member of our team today. We are an accredited scaffold provider by several distinguished authorities including the WorkSafe Contractor and the Scaffolding Association. We are very proud of our work which has taken us to Derbyshire, Nottingham, Loughborough, Staffordshire and everywhere in between.

You’re in Safe Hands for Access Scaffolding

Somewhere between 40 to 50 people a year from scaffolding related incidents. Make sure you, your team or the public don’t become part of those statistics. Act wisely when enquiring for access scaffolding.