Recent news saw a scaffold at a High School in Sydney collapse, injuring nine students. Luckily, the injuries were not life-threatening. This kind of safety concern has the capacity to take a much more menacing turn. That is why scaffolding safety is incredibly important, regardless of location and context.
In BellMont’s case, we enter the world of construction, where scaffolds are trusted to aid the undertaking of construction work. They allow construction workers to reach considerable heights and to walk on a firm, stable platform. Scaffolds can be quite versatile in size and width. Regardless of build, it’s essential that all scaffolds adhere to any WHS regulations. For more info on scaffolding safety, click here.
In the off chance that a scaffold won’t fit in a tricky space, rope access is a great and affordable alternative. The benefit of inspecting via rope access is that you avoid the costs associated with council permits and approvals for scaffolds as well as reducing assembly and dismantling time. BellMont offer both and will tailor your investigation to fit your exact needs.
Check out BellMont's rope access services here.