To counter this problem, air movement specialist Fanquip now provides a roof safety analysis for companies to ensure all the safety-related aspects of this potentially dangerous workplace zone are up to WorkCover expectations.
The primary reason for Fanquip's expansion in this direction of industrial markets is that more often than not, when a standard installation and maintenance specialist is called into service, it can be a near-emergency scenario.
This means technical engineers have virtually no time to investigate the safety levels of the rooftop work environment and are exposed to a potentially risky worksite.
Fanquip's rooftop safety analysis is about much more than just fans.
The company's installation engineers make a critical appraisal of all associated equipment, including ladders and access stairs, walkways and platforms, safety barriers, guard rails, connection points for safety harnesses, pumps and other utilities, the quality of power outlets and lighting, wiring, caging and casing, noise attenuation, emission control and motors.
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