UK System Scaffold Hire (UKSSH), a leading provider of Haki access solutions, has unveiled a new development in public access staircases that promises to enhance safety and privacy for users during sporting events.
This innovative step forward marks a significant milestone in Haki public access staircases.
The new development, made by UKSSH, comes as a response to the ever-increasing demand for access solutions in the booming sporting events and rail infrastructure markets. This new offering is expected to set a precedent for future developments in the field.
Over the past decade, UKSSH has been recognised as a pioneering force in delivering compliant public access staircases. Their range of step options includes solid treads, enclosed backs, and non-slip GRP treads, catering to various client needs across sectors such as rail, festivals, and sports venues.
However, the latest offering from UKSSH takes their product range to a whole new level. Their cutting-edge solution introduces fully enclosed treads with integrated non-slip GRP coatings for Haki public access staircases. This innovative design ensures top-notch safety and maximises stair users’ privacy.
A spokesperson for UKSSH commented, “We are thrilled to introduce this advancement in public access staircases. Our new design combines the best elements of safety and privacy, setting a new industry standard.
Many clients including those in the rail sector, festival organisers and sporting venues asked if we could design a temporary public access staircase that goes one step further by delivering maximum privacy for stair users while continuing to tick every box on the HSE wish list.”
The fully enclosed treads with non-slip GRP coatings are designed to address the unique needs of Haki public access staircases, which are widely used in various sporting events, music concerts and on rail infrastructure projects.
In recent months, UKSSH has been involved in numerous high-profile projects, including supplying public access staircases for football stadiums and golf tournaments. They have also provided support structures at Twickenham and access ramps for athletes at the 2023 Wheelchair Rugby European Championship held at the Principality Stadium.
The introduction of this innovative staircase design is expected to further solidify UKSSH’s position as a leader in the access solutions market. With a focus on safety, privacy, and compliance with Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines, UKSSH continues to deliver groundbreaking solutions for the ever-evolving needs of its clients in the sporting and construction sectors.
As the sporting events market grows, UKSSH’s commitment to innovation and safety ensures that they remain at the forefront of the industry, providing the best possible access solutions for their clients and users.