We have developed the Ascent™ product range specifically to cater for the needs of the Fall Protection, Access and Safety market.
Our Ascent™ product range includes, Fall Protection Posts, Step Units, Access Ladders, Handrails, Stairs and Walkways. In addition to our Ascent™ product range we also offer a bespoke fabrication service – focusing primarily on the needs of the access and safety industry producing Davit arms, travelling ladders, companion way ladders, access covers, bespoke structural anchor posts.
Ascent Access Ladders provide a simple access solution to roof or raised flooring height for maintenance and other occasional use.
Our aim has been to create a standard range of “flat pack vertical access ladders”. An off the shelf product which will meet the challenges you face when creating safe access at height.
We have developed a range of Ascent ladder accessories to improve both the safety and security of your vertical access ladders.
Safety Fabrications are dedicated to the manufacture of specialist CE marked fabrications, to serve the needs of fall protection and suspended access companies and all those working at height across the UK.
From our Sheffield base at the heart of the UK's steel and access industries, and, with a thorough understanding of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, Safety Fabrications are committed to protecting the end user whilst working at height.
All of our products are manufactured in accordance with BS EN ISO 3834-2:2005 and BS EN 1090-1:2009+A1:2011 and carry the CE Marking thus making all our products CE accredited fabrications.
Employers and anybody else who contracts others to carry out work at height must ensure that the work is carried out in a safe manner and that the tasks undertaken comply with regulations. The working at height regulations of 2005 (WAHR 2005) apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall that is liable to result in personal injury. The WAHR 2005 do not just apply to the construction industry, but to every single industry here in the UK. If working at height (including working on a step ladder) is required, then the WAHR 2005 apply.
In our latest News Roundup article which covered the news in May, we couldn’t’ fail to mention one of the most momentous events in the UK – the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It was reported that as Prince Harry and his bride, Meghan, left the evening party given by Prince Charles at Windsor’s Frogmore House, a ladder tied on to the car clattered behind the happy couple. Those in the know claim that William used a ladder, rather than the usual tin cans, in order to poke fun at Harry who recently fell from a ladder whilst changing a light bulb!
Safety Fabrications prides itself on exceptional customer service and is committed to its promise to deliver, quality steel fabrications, on site, on time. Please feel free to contact our enthusiastic team to provide you with any additional information you may require.