PRESS RELEASE – Inspace
WORKING AT HEIGHT IS NOW EASIER AT INSPACE
One of the UK’s leading specialist service providers to the social housing market has recently purchased an ingenious work platform to assist its employees when working at height.
Inspace Partnerships, a main player in the UK construction industry, purchased the modular access system following the appointment of Tony Hall, Health and Safety Advisor.
Tony had previously used the LOBO System for seven years in his work at Morrison Facilities Services Limited based in Birmingham:
“In my current role at Inspace in Birmingham, we have a range of equipment, however LOBO is unique in what it offers and I am unaware of anything that is more adaptable and versatile to our needs.”
The LOBO system is an innovative work platform that can be configured to meet any access application. It is put together without any tools and its unique, patented clamp provides a safe and secure working facility up to a maximum height of ten metres. Personnel can reconfigure the system, adapting it from one project to another, with ease.
Since purchasing LOBO, employees at Inspace in Birmingham have experienced first hand the benefits of using the equipment during jobs such as decorating and plastering of staircases.
“We can erect the LOBO Stair Man safely and with minimum effort in less than fifteen minutes.
It is easy to use, eliminating any hassle when carrying out work,” said Tony.
“We have a number of aluminium tower scaffolding for working at heights, which we still use, but by incorporating LOBO components we are able to adapt what we have help us to overcome a number of problems at low level that the tower on its own cannot resolve,” added Tony.
Inspace in Birmingham is just one of many satisfied customers. Evidence from users on both sides of the Atlantic includes incredible cuts in scaffolding costs, reduced downtime and less reliance on outside contractors. LOBO can be safely and securely erected with a minimum of training.