Working At Height offer a comprehensive range of manual access platforms and access equipment for safe and efficient working at height.
Our innovative and unique Deskglider over desk access platform means that working over desks and working above desks can now be done safely and efficiently. Deskglider represents a real breakthrough in safe above desk access.
The GlideLift is a truly versatile replacement for step ladders in the workplace. Based on our Deskglider, the Glidelift low level access platform offers the most versatile, low cost, low level access platform on the market.
Manufactured in aluminium, the Podium Step is a lightweight and portable access platform and an exceptional tool for working at height, it is also now widely considered as a safer alternative to traditional steps and ladders.
Our expertise in the supply of bespoke fibreglass access platforms has helped us to engineer and produce a fibreglass insulated podium step. Our insulated podium brings you all the advantages of a fibreglass access solution, non-conductive up to 100 kilovolts per foot, in the shape of a compact tower. The popularity of fibreglass access equipment is growing due to its unique insulated quailites.
Our aluminium industrial scaffold towers are available in a variety of widths, lengths and platform heights. All our range of aluminium industrial scaffold towers are fully compliant with BSEN1004 and 3T and are delivered complete with all necessary components.
Working At Height offer fibreglass scaffold towers (GRP / Glass Re-enforced Plastic), for specific areas of industry where aluminium scaffolding towers are unsafe to use. Fibreglass is non-conductive, non-corrosive and spark resistant and is generally preferred in the rail, petrochemical (zone 1 approved) and electrical industries.
We are living through unprecedented times but the need to inspect and repair our customers powered access platforms continues uninterrupted...
Even in these very troubling times major infrastructure projects are continuing around the world as is the case in Ghana...