CPL announce that it is officially number one according to companies house.
For 12 years now CPL has grown to become the leading provider of Access Equipment in the UK. With a continued 25% increase in turnover year on year, the Kettering based company believes this is due to several factors. These include offering a full range of equipment for all works at height, strong relationships with some of the biggest users of platforms in the UK, and pride in their quality products. This became even more evident during the Covid-19 outbreak, which saw CPL continue to grow due to strategic procurement and internal safety precautions ensuring that the business continued to run smoothly.
Paul Murphy, CPL MD said “I am so proud of the team here. The growth in both revenue and produced units has surpassed expectations. Everyone has played a part in the success of this business from all of our employees to our suppliers and customers. I cannot thank them enough for their work to make CPL number one in the UK. The global market and supply chain is still volatile, with changes to legislation around the ZED mandate, and EU advanced safety regulations, but we are committed to growing organically by investing in our people and facilities“.
UNEVEN TERRAIN AND AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS: WHAT PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN?
Aerial work platforms provide better access to difficult-to-reach areas, and have revolutionised working conditions in many industries. However, the use of aerial platforms is not without risk, especially when they are operated on uneven or unstable terrain such as muddy or uneven ground. Indeed, each environment presents different challenges that every operator needs to identify and understand, in order to take specific precautions. As a reminder, the absence or lack of preparation can damage the platform and lead to serious or fatal injuries.
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PRE-USE INSPECTION: MANDATORY BEFORE BOARDING?
Elevated work platforms play a major role in working at height. They have become one of the most effective solutions for accessing hard-to-reach areas in recent years. To achieve this, they must be operated with care. For operators, each boarding should come with responsibilities. Beyond mere usage, a pre-use inspection is essential. But why is this step so crucial for the operator themselves?