December 12, 2017
On-Demand | Working at Height: Essential Update
Ready to view when you are, join Carl Sachs of Workplace Access & Safety and Alena Titterton, Partner at Clyde & Co in a working at height update essential for any FM or Director.
October 20, 2017
Safety in Design for Working at Height
Under work health and safety legislation, anyone making decisions that influence the design outcome is obliged to consider safety in design, including architects, designers, engineers and builders operating under design and construct (D&C) contracts.
October 10, 2017
Collaborative Partnerships Finalist
Workplace Access & Safety, Hutchinson Builders and Cornerstone Properties have been recognised for their work together.
October 2, 2017
Join next week’s IHEA Healthcare Facilities Management Conference (HFMC 2017) to hear the amazing story of the engineering challenges faced at Epworth Hospital’s new Richmond build.
July 26, 2017
AIRAH research into HVAC industry uncovers biggest safety risk
AIRAH’s Safety in the HVAC&R Industry report touches on something important: access to rooftop plant is often forgotten at the design stage
June 1, 2017
Ladders, steps and stairs. What to use and when
Ladders are pretty straightforward, right? Think again. The Australian Standard AS 1657 is very specific in defining platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders. Unfortunately, far too many buildings have the wrong ladder in the wrong place, exposing their owners to court action in the event of a tragic fall. The following is a handy overview of the requirements surrounding ladders, steps and stairs.
May 23, 2017
Want to join the team?
We’ve launched a careers page! If you’re passionate about safety then we want to hear from you.
April 20, 2017
Clever cooling tower access saves Hutchinson 28 per cent
Clever design has shaved 28 per cent off the cost of cooling tower access equipment, netting a Hutchinson Builders refurbishment project tens of thousands of dollars in material savings and thousands more in installation time.
April 13, 2017
Book a ladder inspection today
Ladders are Australia’s number one cause of falls related workplace fatalities and a leading cause of serious injuries in the workplace, book a ladder inspection today.