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February 24, 2010

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Guardrail system- Safesite System 2000

Safesite has provided Frimley Park Hospital with fall-from-height protection to ensure safe access for maintenance and repair of plant and equipment situated on the building’s roofs.

Safesite recently installed its System 2000 cantilever guardrail system, and removed previously installed systems while reroofing work was being carried out. The company says the BBA-approved system provides the ideal solution for where regular access is required. It adds that the guardrail’s freestanding design means it doesn’t need to be mechanically fixed to the roof itself, thus avoiding the risk of damage to the roof’s membrane, which can cause water penetration, costly repairs and insurance invalidation.

Safesite says all its operatives are fully trained in the safe installation of work-at-height solutions and are dedicated to providing a high level of service. The company remains committed to ensuring that work at height is carried out safely and offers advice and CPD training on the correct use of products, as well as compliance with the latest legislation.

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