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MAKE WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFER ON BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION SITES

Building operatives can face many hazards; they may be at height, they may be above voids. However, work needs to continue to schedule. Oxford Safety trellis mats increase the safety of working at height, preventing falls inside roofs, down stairways, and providing work platforms above voids; all to meet safety concerns and regulations e.g. WAHR regulations in UK. Also better productivity results from good safety equipment because operatives can proceed without worries.

For example. The Oxford Stairway Protection System uses trellis mats and adjustable frames to safeguard stairways whilst allowing easy passage of operatives and material, up and down the stairway.

INSULATED MAT ROOF SPACE SAFETY - 240 MAT

The composite material has been developed from aerospace and Formula One racing user experience; mats are independently tested and meet strength standards such as BS 2037.

  • bullet point icon New composite plastic material.
  • bullet point icon Provide a temporary platform to avoid the hazards of working in an attic or roof space.
  • bullet point icon The closed-up mat is easy to insert even through small attic hatches
  • bullet point icon Independently tested an meet strength standards such as BS 2037.
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To buy this product or to get more information, call us on 01869323282 or email sales@oxfordsafety.com
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To hire this product or to get more information, call us on 01869323282 or email sales@oxfordsafety.com
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Our dedicated ISO procedures ensure that every product has been inspected and maintained before a system goes out on hire.
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The composite material has been developed from aerospace and Formula One racing user experience; mats are independently tested and meet strength standards such as BS 2037. The strength of the trellis prevents falls through ceiling and co-lateral damage; the insulation of the trellis material prevents electrical shock from faulty or broken electrical fittings or old wiring, possible hidden in thermal insulation.

The closed-up mat is easy to insert, even through small attic hatches, and then moved into place in the roof space, and expanded to suit the space to be protected. The weight of the operator is spread over the joists. This gives safety for inspections; plumbing, TV aerial, solar inverter, electrical, and maintenance work in roof spaces.