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SafeSmart Access Roof Platforms Enhance Tram Manufacturing at Dandenong

As part of Alstom Transport Australia’s strategic initiatives to enhance tram manufacturing efficiency and safety at Dandenong, the Car Body Fabrication Gantry delivered by SafeSmart Access plays a crucial role in facilitating easy access to critical areas of tram production. In securing a ground-breaking €700 million contract with the Department of Transport Victoria, Alstom Transport Australia has solidified its position in the rail manufacturing sector. The agreement includes the production of 100 Flexity low-floor Next Generation Trams (NGTs) for Melbourne, with deliveries starting in 2025. This contract is historic because of its scale as the largest light rail contract in Australia and its emphasis on local content and manufacturing. Alstom has committed to producing 65% of the trams locally, with 85% of the maintenance tasks handled within Victoria. Such commitments highlight the company’s dedication to boosting local economies and creating robust job opportunities. The Car Body Fabrication Gantry delivered by SafeSmart Access is critical to manufacturing and future vehicle inspections. Engineered for accessing and supporting the Tram Car Body walls while welding, this versatile platform is designed for safe, efficient, and compliant access. Its application is critical in ensuring that the manufacturing processes align with the stringent safety and operational standards outlined by AS 1657:2018. The innovative design and functionality of gantry stand out for its compliance and adaptability. Manufactured from a combination of steel and aluminium, it captures the advantages of both materials, including strength, durability, and improved handling. With dimensions spanning 20 meters in length, 1 meter in width, and 2.4 meters in height, the platform is engineered to meet the specific requirements of Alstom’s tram production. Using the Car Body Fabrication Gantry delivered by SafeSmart Access is pivotal in constructing the Flexity Next Generation Trams. Crews are utilising these platforms to safely and efficiently access the upper

SafeSmart Access Supporting LendLease at Victoria Cross

Innovative Access Solutions Propel North Sydney Metro Project to New Heights. Diving deep beneath the surface, the North Sydney Metro Station emerges from 10 floors below to seamlessly integrate into the bustling streets of Denison and Miller. This architectural and engineering marvel highlights the project’s commitment to innovative design and paramount safety solutions. Addressing complex access challenges, especially in navigating around the site was a pivotal aspect of the construction. The collaboration between SafeSmart Access, Sydney Metro, and LendLease has set a new standard in construction safety and efficiency, making the daunting task of navigating the site and overcoming these challenges appear effortless. Discover the behind-the-scenes magic and the collaborative efforts that have elevated the North Sydney Metro Project to unprecedented heights. Watch the full video to see how these partnerships have transformed urban infrastructure development through innovation and strategic planning.

Increasing Scaffold Safety for Mine Site, Mt Authur Coal, BHP

In our latest example, we explore how SafeSmart Access greatly improved work and safety at BHP’s Mt Arthur mining site. The case study shows how our Reduction audits on existing scaffold use, along with smart planning, modern products, and the following of strict safety rules, led to big improvements in how quickly and safely work can be done. In Summary: The case study focuses on SafeSmart Access’s successful intervention at BHP’s Mt Arthur coal mining site located in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia. The core challenge was to diminish reliance on traditional scaffolding structures without compromising safety or accessibility within the mine’s fixed plant areas. Through meticulous planning, innovative product selection, and adherence to stringent safety standards, SafeSmart Access introduced a range of specialized access solutions that significantly enhanced operational efficiency and safety. The initiative not only reduced the need for scaffolding, but also streamlined maintenance processes, thus offering a profound impact on the site’s operational dynamics. Table of Contents Scoping Scaffold Hazards The challenge at hand for BHP’s Mt Arthur site was multi-faceted but centred around one primary objective: to reduce reliance on existing scaffold layout without compromising safety or accessibility within fixed plant areas.  The Mt Arthur coal site, managed by BHP, is nestled in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia, and represents a significant hub for coal extraction and processing. With the necessity for safer, more efficient means of access around the plant, especially during crucial maintenance phases like shutdowns, BHP’s fixed plant team  embarked on a mission to find a solution that could meet their specific needs .    Goal Orientation The primary goal was to enhance safety and operational efficiency by implementing a more stable, permanent solution to access requirements around the plant.  First a scaffolding audit was conducted to