Hoists with unlimited rope length are fantastic tools to have to hand when faced with the task of moving and lifting loads. Electric wire rope hoists in particular allow loads to be lifted at a faster pace and in a smoother motion than manual hoists, plus a lot less effort.
Wire Rope Hoists with unlimited rope length have so many benefits – most notably, they can be used to lift loads to almost any height. They are incredibly diverse and flexible, and can be used to lift any load within its working load limit (WLL). This diversity allows them to be used in a wide range of different environments, such as elevators, lift shafts, restoration, and construction.
The electric wire rope hoists with unlimited rope length available from SafetyLiftinGear are also lightweight and easy to transport, allowing you to move them to various sites easily and without hassle.
Using a ratchet strap to secure heavy loads is a great way to prevent accidents and keep goods safe in transit.
Of course, you must ensure that your load is properly secured before you set off - and in order to do that, you will need to know the proper way to use a ratchet strap.
There’s an unmistakable chill in the air that lets us know that winter is on its way, and people all over the UK are making preparations. Packing away their summer clothes and bringing out their winter coats, cranking up their heating, and shopping with SafetyLiftinGear for a Towable Forklift Gritter…
Not that last one yet? Well, SafetyLiftinGear offer a wide range of different material handling equipment to make your work in cold weather easier and safer. From towable gritters to snow plough attachments, stay open and stay safe during inclement weather with our winter equipment selection.
There’s a reason that carrying out risk assessments and wearing PPE is a legal requirement in the UK – unfortunately, some learn the importance of these necessities the hard way.
Craven and Nicholas Engineering Ltd has been fined after one of its employees fell through a roof when working at height in Boston. The worker in question fell through a fragile roof and fell 6 metres, sustaining injuries to his head and arm.