Safety Installations are a critical input component into any building project.
Every effort must be made by those with the responsibility to ensure any work carried out is as safe as can be.
There are many facets to properly planning work at height, including auditing and risk assessment , operational effectiveness and the personal safety of the end user.
Like many things the client gets what they pay for: if you use unqualified and untrained installers you may get an unsafe result.
Whether you are a building owner, facilities manager, architect or main contractor, it is incumbent on you to ensure you choose the most appropriate roof safety solution.
Using professional designers and installers will enable compliance with the continually increasing legal requirements of fall prevention and roof safety obligations that all construction and building maintenance professionals face.
Bells as a member of WAHA believes it is important to plan work at height comprehensively and safely.
It is an advantage to use a WAHA endorsed trained safety installer for your projects.
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