At Safety Pack, the well-being of employees and the maintenance of safety standards are paramount. We take great pride in providing top-notch onsite landing bag inspections and training services that help businesses safeguard their workers in hazardous work environments.
During our training sessions, staff members are thoroughly trained in the proper usage and safety checks of landing bags. We equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to handle the equipment with confidence and ensure its effective deployment during critical situations.
As a testament to their proficiency, each participant is awarded a Certificate of Compliance upon completing the training successfully. This certificate serves as evidence of their competency in handling landing bags and maintaining a safe working environment.
Certification for Health and Safety Compliance
Upon successful inspection of the landing bags, companies are issued a Certificate of Compliance. This certification plays a crucial role in maintaining health and safety standards within the workplace. These certificates are highly recommended to be renewed annually to ensure continued compliance and to keep employees protected.
Prolonging the Lifespan of Fall-Pac Units
At Safety Pack, we appreciate the value of long-lasting safety equipment. Our Fall-Pac units have an average lifespan of around 5 years, almost double that of many other soft-fall systems available in the market. This longevity is achieved through proper installation, regular onsite inspections, and timely maintenance.
Onsite Inspections for Optimal Safety
Our experienced onsite team is well-equipped to visit any location across the UK to carry out inspections on Fall-Pac units. These inspections are aimed at identifying signs of excessive wear and tear, ensuring that the equipment remains in top-notch condition. If any units require replacement or refilling, our team will provide clear guidance on the best course of action.
Uplift, Replacement, and Recycling
During the inspection, if any units are found to be damaged or unsuitable for use, our inspectors will take appropriate action. Such units will be clearly marked as “not for use,” and our team will work with you to uplift, replace, and, if required, recycle the equipment responsibly.