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Onestop Safety Netting and Edge Protection have been at the forefront of successful Safety Netting since 1999. They have been an active member of FASET (Fall Arrest Safety Equipment and Training) the trade body which sets the standard for the Safety Netting Industry.

All Onestop’s Riggers are fully employed by the company which is unique within a construction industry which has a history of employing sub contract labour when working at height.

Onestop Safety Netting and Edge Protection have been at the forefront of successful Safety Netting since 1999. They have been an active member of FASET (Fall Arrest Safety Equipment and Training) the trade body which sets the standard for the Safety Netting Industry.

All Onestop’s Riggers are fully employed by the company which is unique within a construction industry which has a history of employing sub contract labour when working at height.

The benefit of this is that the Riggers have a full commitment to setting and maintaining standards within the Safety Netting market.

Safety Netting Standards

1.     All Safety Netting used must conform to BSEN 1263 Part 1:2002 and must be rigged in accordance with BSEN 1263 Part 2:2002.

2.     All riggers are trained to CSCS Faset level.

3.     All riggers have a current IPAF Certification which allows them to work safely with mobile access machinery.

4.     All riggers have a continual training process through our regular toolbox talks.

Why employ a FASET registered company?

Faset are at the fore-front of maintaining and raising standards within the Safety Netting Industry.

As a member of FASET Onestop are subjected to an annual audit which checks that standards are being maintained.

This audit checks the following :

1.     All net installers are correctly certificated

2.     All nets are being installed to the current standard

3.     All nets being used are within test

4.     The net register is current and is being maintained correctly

5.     Correct Procedure is being used in terms of accurate Risk Assessments and Method Statements

6.     That the Best Practice guide is being followed

In essence when you employ a Faset Registered Company to install you Safety Netting requirements you are getting a commitment that from the minute you place your order to install the nets that the proper procedures will be followed to the current standard ensuring that the project is handled with complete safety in mind.

 

 

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