Using MEWPs to install and construct racking in restricted spaces significantly improves efficiency and safety. That said, it’s still important to ensure the correct precautions are put in place to minimise the chance of an accident while working at height.Read more “Operating MEWPs in Restricted Spaces”
This week we’re celebrating review number 100 on Trustpilot. Earlier this year, we began asking our customers for Trustpilot feedback, and we’ve been delighted with the response we’ve had so far.
We wanted to be transparent with customers and use any feedback we received to celebrate successes and challenge ourselves to always be better. Over the last few months, the reviews that we’ve had have played a vital role. They’ve helped us in assessing our service offer, seeing what is working well and identifying opportunities for improvement.Read more “A Trustpilot Milestone”
Working at height can be particularly challenging and, in some cases, can be dangerous if risks aren’t assessed and mitigated successfully.
Tragically, around 34 workers are killed by a fall from height in Britain each year. Falls from height accounted for 25% of worker deaths in 2020/21, so to say it’s vital these accidents are prevented would be an understatement. Understanding and preventing risks when working at height could quite literally be lifesaving.Read more “The Most Common Risks When Using MEWPs”
With such a wide variety of access platforms to choose from, installing racking involves high-risk working at height activity that will require carefully considered machinery.
When selecting a MEWP you will need to consider; the rate capacity, maximum height, power source, site regulations and width. When you acquire the appropriate MEWP the risk of overloading and falling can be significantly reduced. This will also ensure your access platforms run smoothly and efficiently, enabling you to complete your projects on time.Read more “5 Considerations When Choosing MEWPs For Racking Installations”
The recent COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of non-essential shops and encouraged shoppers to look at online options and home delivery. UK retail sales in May 2020 rocketed by 33.4%, meaning warehouse and logistics supply needed further support to meet this demand.Read more “The Future of Racking Installation”