SuperCraneTower stair tower and amenities for tower cranes
Currently there is no provision for WHS/OHS for a crane driver — ladders can be unsafe and dangerous and there is no amenity provided for the crane driver. The crane driver has to hold, wait or go to the ground to go to the toilet or lunch, which can be unproductive as the crane is idle.
The SuperCraneTower is designed to provide safe and comfortable stair access for crane drivers and other users of cranes such as servicemen, repairmen and rescue teams.
The SuperCraneTower is not attached, it’s a freestanding stair tower adjacent to a tower crane.
With a landing every 2 m, the stair tower is easy to use even when carrying spare parts, tool box, first-aid kit, etc. In the event of an emergency, an injured driver can be moved down the wide stairs.
An optional weatherproof Amenity Facility box is also available with the stair tower. Positioned at the top of the stair tower, it is designed to improve productivity by limiting the number of times the driver needs to leave the crane. The box may be designed to include a number of the amenities including: toilet, vanity, air-con, table, chair, fridge, locker, resting lounge, exercise gym and first aid.
Designed to provide a safer alternative to current methods for a crane driver’s access, the SuperCraneTower is compliant with WHS/OHS regulations and comes preassembled for quick installation.
Preston is also interested to contact partners to fully develop the SuperCraneTower stair access.
Phone: 02 9748 4677
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