Major projects construction company Monadelphous have been building Origin Energy’s new facility in Durham Downs, Queensland. This new gas facility required the installation of new water tanks. And the maintenance of those tanks required operators to scale the side to enter the tanks – an approximate height of 3m.
Scaffolding was found to be too rigid in nature, and a worker who needed quick access to another part of the tank was limited by a longer installation and tear-down procedure. Australian custom height access product maker SafeSmart Access were commissioned to solve the issue.Read More
A big part of the Barangaroo project in Sydney is the new casino and commercial and residential tower developments.
As these towers go up, as have the challenges for gaining safe and efficient access to heights, particularly for crane operators. See what SafeSmart Access did for Lendlease to solve the problem.Read More
Claimed by organisers as the biggest airshow in the southern hemisphere, the 2017 Australian International Airshow attracted over 200,000 people during its three public days. In the week leading up to the big weekend, SafeSmart Aviation exhibited its flagship height access products to industry prospects from some of the world’s biggest names in aviation.Read More
As part of a $150 million government plan to improve access to six key Western Sydney railway stations, Penrith Station is undergoing works.
Sydney scaffolding and height access provider, SafeSmart Access, were commissioned to the job due to previous engagement and the possession of a variety of componentry that would work together to create the solution.Read More
It may be one thing to recognise that height safety is a big issue in Australian construction for worker welfare, but quite another to also recognise that when utilised properly, premium height access products increase productivity.
Coinciding with recent reports stating the continuing dangers of ladder use , development giant Icon Co are making moves to make their sites more safe and easier to navigate on foot as a priority.Read More