Do you require safe access to heights on your site?
Do you need an emergency exit point for your construction project? In the event of needing to evacuate injured people a scaffold stretcher stair access and egress will be just what you’re looking for.
Do you require access to the newly created basement carpark for a bespoke home?
Do you need to access a warehouse roof? A scaffold stair access will make the job easy.
No matter what your project, we can provide you with a safe and reliable access point for yourself and trades to get the job done.
We’ll take care of everything, transport (delivery & removal), install, modifications, and dismantle.
Stair access towers
Temporary stair access points are being used on many sites replacing ladder access points, to allow easier and quicker access for workers and materials. Scaffold Stair accesses can be used as on a perimeter scaffold or as a stand-alone stair tower for roof access or access and egress in a basement.
Scaffold Stair access towers are contained in a standard 2.44m x 1.27m scaffold bay. Each stair riser is 1.5m high with a landing top and bottom. Access is generally best from the side but can be accessed from the end.
Stretcher stair access
There are many projects that will require stretcher stair access on site, particularly when working on existing buildings that will remain occupied while the works are undertaken.
On sites with limited access to the structure, you must be prepared for the worst. If an accident happens and the scaffold is the only way in or out, you need to provide a stretcher stair access.
A Stretcher stair access is a scaffold stair with wide stairs and landings designed specifically to allow a stretcher and patient to be carried out.
Stretcher stair access scaffold towers can be designed with a 1.2m, 1.8m or 2.4m landing between stairs. Stretcher stair towers are contained within 6 standard scaffold bays, with landings at 2m increments.
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