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October 19, 2011

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Group’s recognition is “feather” in PPE firm’s cap

Work-at-height equipment manufacturer Trans-Web Ltd has been accepted as a member of a leading safety association.

The Oldham-based firm has joined the Work at Height Safety Association (WAHSA), which represents the interests of manufacturers, assemblers, installers, distributors, and end users of PPE equipment used for working at height and rescue operations. The WAHSA sets the benchmark for standards of its members’ products, and membership applicants must fulfil demanding criteria before being accepted.

To qualify as a member, Trans-Web had to prove that it controls the production of its products from start to finish. The WAHSA was particularly impressed by the firm’s reputation for positive customer service and also the manufacturing quality of its products.

Lee Wrigley from Trans-Web said: “We are all very proud of our achievement. This is a feather in our cap. Recognition of excellence by one’s peers is something we all covet, and membership of WAHSA has achieved that recognition – not only from them but from the people who are seen to uphold and regulate the standards within the industry.”

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