Access Equipment

Reach new heights with our warehouse steps

Warehouse Steps Guide

When it comes to heights, many of us stay grounded and miss out on the world above. Our warehouse steps can show you what the world looks like from 5m high. I’ll be frank, it’s not much of a difference. But what it does mean, your employee’s can now reach products on high shelves and access spaces that previously were inaccessible. In factories, warehouses and store rooms they’re installing pallet racking that stand up to 6m high to store stock in a space saving manner. This means operators face a new struggle of reaching heights whilst ensuring their safety isn’t compromised…. Read more

Why are these type of Warehouse Steps so popular?

We was asked recently by a then-potential now-turned-customer – “why are these particular warehouse steps with the domed feet so popular?”. So we thought we’d do a little tribute to the mobile steps that are quickly becoming a fundamental in most warehouse and workplace environments. What are domed feet? As shown in the images, this term refers to the feet of warehouse steps that feature round covers. These domes are providing protection and cover to the swivelling wheels that are attached to the steps. The term ‘spring loaded’ refers to the type of castors (wheels) attached. Castors stay fixed in… Read more

Low Level Access Equipment

Low Level access equipment

Low level access equipment is the perfect solution when you need a little lift. Most are light and compact which makes them ideal for storing and transporting when needed.They pose less of a risk or hazard then higher level equipment but are usually used domestically or in retail; however, there are exceptions.   Kick Step A kick step is a spring-loaded stepping stool used to enable to user to reach high shelves safely and securely. These products are both lightweight, mobile and extremely sturdy. The spring acts as a locking mechanism so that when weight is applied; this will stop… Read more

Choosing the Correct Access Equipment for the Task in Hand

Choosing Access Equipment

When a task involves the use of access equipment you’re always going to be dealing with some risks. Ensuring you have the right equipment for the job is paramount in avoiding hazards. What equipment is best for the job in hand? You must identify which product is suitable for the task. Do you need a step stool, step ladder extension ladder or work platform? Each product is tailored to do specific tasks choosing one is difficult, reading the following questions will make the decision a little easier. How long will the equipment be used for? Certain equipment isn’t designed for long term… Read more