With Cladding Coatings, you’re assured of trustworthy and accredited ways of working that always have your safety front of mind.
Health and safety is more than the phrase of the moment. It’s about an ongoing commitment to the security and protection of you, your staff and our team when working on your site, and it’s something our Cladding Coatings team have prioritised, and invested in, since the day we began our business.
Of course, every one of us has perhaps become more aware of our health and wellbeing this last year than ever before. Yet at Cladding Coatings, it’s only reinforced what we already know: that keeping everyone safe on site is vital.
To do that, we’ve spent many years gaining accreditation in the systems we use and the way we work. Let’s take a look at just some of the ways our team is dedicated to supporting you and everyone in our team when working on your site.
3M™ DBI-SALA® RoofSafe Anchor and Cable System
Roof coating projects are a huge part of our work here at Cladding Coatings. Therefore, it’s crucial we can work at height safely and securely. The 3M™ DBI-SALA® RoofSafe Anchor and Cable System provides our team with a horizontal lifeline system so they can access all parts of your roof securely. It’s fairly new. Yet our commitment to health and safety meant we were accredited as soon as possible in 2019.
The 3M™ DBI-SALA® RoofSafe Anchor and Cable System is suitable for any type or size of building: as long as the anchors can be temporarily installed, we can have continuous hands-free access to your roof. This uninterrupted access and ease of movement reduces the time spent on your roof too: increasing safety and decreasing your costs.
Drone surveys are ideal when getting close to your site for a full view of your property isn’t a safe option. This may be for a number of reasons, from social distancing requirements to an unstable site where full access is not a secure option. Our MD Michael Hallwood has passed his PFCO written and drone flight exams, so is fully trained, knowledgeable and accredited to operate our drones.
Drone surveys also give you a full, uninterrupted view of your site. This makes them even more ideal as a health and safety survey option, as it means that there’ll be no nasty surprises once work begins on your site. They record the footage they capture too, meaning a site revisit isn’t needed to review any issues in greater detail: perfect if other work has begun and safe access wouldn’t be possible.
Health and safety accredited bodies
The systems and training we invest in are recognised by those who regulate the buildings and construction industry. We’re therefore delighted to give our customers peace of mind with the knowledge that Cladding Coatings are approved as safe workers you can completely trust on your site.
Our accreditation list is extensive, and includes Alcumus SafeContractor accreditation for excellent health and safety in the workplace; ContractorPlus accreditation for our high health and safety standards; International Powered Access Federation accreditation for safe and effective use of powered access equipment, and CHAS approval based on an assessment of our specific health and safety arrangements. You can find out more about these accreditations, and what they mean, here.
There’s nothing more important than a healthy, safe and secure working environment for both our team and yours. It’s a commitment we’re always making our priority, and backing everything we do with a minimum 10-year guarantee for your complete confidence in our work.
For more information about our health and safety commitment, and to chat to a friendly member of our experienced team, contact Cladding Coatings today.