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New Haki eBook addresses common problems with site access, egress and working at height


Haki, the Swedish manufacturer of safe and ergonomic temporary access solutions, such as scaffolding systems, stair towers, and temporary roofs, has launched the second in a series of industry-focused eBooks, to help contractors and end clients understand how its unique modular systems can safely overcome common challenges faced in specific project environments.

Following the successful launch of the offshore eBook in February 2019, the second eBook concentrates on temporary access solutions for infrastructure projects. It is loaded with useful facts, videos and project case studies, demonstrating how Haki works with customers to bring new levels of safety and productivity to the sector.

The new eBook addresses common challenges faced in the infrastructure industry, including safe access and egress for excavations and bridge and maintenance. It highlights how contractors can significantly reduce the risk of falls from height, for example by using the Haki Stair Tower, which provides safer access and egress using collective fall protection, flush landings, and non-slip treads.

Bridge maintenance is also covered, introducing the Hakispan lacing, bracing and decking system, that allows quick but safe suspended and bridged access.

The new eBook can be found on Haki’s website and can also be read below:


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