SCB-Cape, a division of Waco Africa and a leading provider of industrial scaffolding safety equipment and services for the construction, mining, and oil and gas sectors in South Africa and Africa, has announced the launch of their new fall arrest systems service offering.
The company’s services includes the supply and installation of fall arrest anchor points, horizontal and vertical lifelines, and a range of personal protective equipment, including full body harnesses, lanyards, and energy absorbers. In addition, the company offers training and certification in the proper use and maintenance of fall arrest equipment to ensure that customers are fully compliant with industry regulations and best practices.
SGB-Cape’s team of experienced and qualified technicians is equipped to install fall arrest systems in a wide range of environments, including difficult-to-access areas such as rooftops and high-rise buildings, boilers, and offshore platforms, to name a few. The company also provides regular inspections and maintenance services to ensure that all equipment remains in optimal working condition.
Cobus Joubert, Alternative Access Manager for SGB-Cape, says, “All equipment and components we supply are manufactured to the highest industry standards and are independently tested to ensure their performance and reliability. The fall arrest systems service is a comprehensive solution that ensures that employees of the construction, mining and oil and gas sectors are protected from falls, which is one of the leading causes of injury and death in the industry.
No interface problems
“We are confident that our fall arrest systems service will provide our customers with an effective and reliable solution for fall protection in the workplace, and will help them to comply with industry regulations and best practices.
“Our one-stop approach is designed to eliminate contractor interface problems by providing integrated services from a single source. This delivers more flexibility, reduced contract administration, improved communication, no duplication of effort, and ultimately lower cost and on-time delivery,” Cobus concludes.