The Right Resources get the right results.
To ensure our systems operate well, Summit Scaffolding uses three main types of scaffold systems:
These products give us the capability and flexibility to supply any access solution to any project, and like all the other products we use, are of the highest quality.
We believe that making the best materials available to our workers encourages the best-finished product.
To that end, Summit Scaffolding provide access to a product standard higher than the ‘Good Practice Guidelines for Scaffolding in New Zealand’.
Summit Scaffolding provide a minimum working platform width of 1 metre. This outstrips the usual 750mm wide standard usage currently acceptable. It is our conclusion that A 750mm platform width is inadequate for work access, the storing of material, and of course, safety.
In accordance with this objective, our mandate is to train our workers beyond basic levels of capability to achieve the benchmark standard that sets Summit apart from the norm. Our management team are fully focused on delivering clear communications in the office, onsite and with customers and are well versed in giving quotations, health and safety assessments and site audits.
As part of our commitment to training, we offer the facilities to gain Certificates of Competence for Scaffolding in New Zealand and we also recognise the overseas equivalent. Summit scaffolders have current Site Safe cards and the Working at Height unit standard 23229 as a minimum.
Our level of training and additional qualifications such as First Aid, MEWP and confined space is unrivalled in New Zealand. We are gratified that our dedication to this vital aspect of our business is guaranteed to pay dividends to the success of ongoing and new client relationships.
Other factors we have in our resource portfolio is a current stock level valued at a whopping $11,000,000.00 with the ratio being 60% Kwikstage and 40% tube and fitting.
Last but hardly least, our company has a fleet of 32 working vehicles enabling us to reach our clients north and south and service them to the best of our absolute ability.
The best means to a desirable end