Tongaat Hullets Smoke Emissions
For many years, Tongaat Hulett Starch has been using environmental monitoring specialist for checking how much smoke they are emitting into the atmosphere. The environmentalist would need access to the monitoring probe, and this was accomplished using scaffolding. Battalions at heights are no environmental monitoring experts, but we were able to come up with a solution that made then save 99% of the costs. We worked together with the environmental specialist company, and our rope access technicians provided the means to get the probe to the correct area for monitoring. Reports and analysis where provided by the environmental management company and Battalions provided the access solution.
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We train our technicians to be able to perform multiple trades. We also train people with very complex trades on rope access so they can be able to do work while working on rope. This makes us capable of doing very intricate work, such as x-rays, while working on rope or other trades. Our database and skills and mechanisms for working at heights that the technician can use give us a competitive edge in the market. This enables us to be able to do the following:
- Emergency Work
- Unique work-at-heights problems
- Multiple Trades
We streamlined the process of performing work-at-heights consulting. We decided to streamline the process once we realised that the work-at-heights platforms do need to compete against each other but otherwise complement each other to provide the customer the most optimum solution. This will improve the cost of doing work at heights, and it will change the notion that work at heights is expensive and extremely risky. Our work-at-heights consulting will help educate people when performing work at heights. It will result in technicians understanding which mechanisms are needed for which type of problems.