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Safety Netting Installation

Safety Netting Installation Services in the UK from GLRE

GLRE's rope access division excels in the design and installation of safety netting for construction, maintenance projects, or when dealing with hazardous building components at height. Safety netting installation serves as a cost-effective and non-disruptive alternative to traditional scaffolded crash decks, providing full encapsulation to ensure ground-level and public area safety without necessitating building closure. Our team is experienced and qualified, offering both temporary and semi-permanent solutions that comply with BSEN 1363-2: 2014 and BS 8411, ensuring rapid deployment and maximum safety with minimal impact.

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25 years of Expertise in Safety Netting Installation

With over 25 years of experience, GLRE has developed a deep expertise in Safety Netting Installation, offering tailored solutions that meet the specific needs of each project. Our team's extensive background across various sectors enables us to adapt and deliver high-quality services that align with your business objectives.

We focus on delivering Safety Netting Installation services that stand out for their quality and reliability. Our process, from planning to execution, is designed to be seamless and efficient, ensuring minimal disruption to your operations.

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As with all services offered, GLRE will ensure the works are carried out causing minimal disruptions to the building occupants.

Common Safety Netting Installation Issues

Choosing safety netting installation offers several key benefits:

Enhanced Safety: Provides vital protection against falling debris and personnel, ensuring a safer environment for both workers and the public.

Cost Efficiency: A more affordable solution compared to scaffolded crash decks, reducing overall project costs.

Quick Deployment: Can be installed in half the time of traditional methods, minimising project timelines.

Flexibility: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from short-term repairs to large-scale installations.

Compliance: Meets stringent safety standards, including BSEN 1363-2: 2014 and BS 8411, for peace of mind.

What is Safety Netting Installation?

Safety netting installation involves setting up man-safe and/or debris netting systems around construction or maintenance sites to isolate hazardous areas and prevent injury from falling objects. This service is crucial for maintaining safety provisions while allowing work to continue unimpeded. GLRE's approach to safety netting installation encompasses everything from initial design to the final setup, ensuring that all netting solutions are tailored to the specific needs of the project while adhering to the highest safety standards. Our experienced rope access technicians are adept at creating secure, effective barriers that protect both site workers and the public.

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Get in touch with Brad, our Rope Access Manager, to discuss your project.

Rope Access Manager performing Commercial Glazing Maintenance
Bradley Walker
Rope Access Manager
020 7183 6551
bradley.walker@glre.co.uk

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Frequently Asked Questions

How should a safety net be installed?

Safety nets should be installed, or 'rigged,' according to BS EN 1263-1 and BS 8411 standards by competent riggers, ensuring proper coverage and tension.

What is the safety netting procedure?

The procedure includes assessing the site, designing the netting system, and installing the nets to cover all areas where there is a risk of falling objects or personnel.

What is the standard for safety netting?

Safety netting must comply with BS EN 1263-1 for material and construction standards and be rigged following BS 8411 and BS EN 1263-2 guidelines.

What is the British standard for safety nets?

BS EN 1263-1 outlines the requirements for safety nets, including labeling and maintenance testing indicators to prove compliance.

Who should install safety nets?

Only trained and competent individuals should install ('rig') and remove ('de-rig') safety nets, as they are a complex energy-absorbing system.