Haulotte supports continuous improvement of safety standards

Haulotte attended the Nationwide Platforms ‘ Working at Height Best Practice Forum’ , held on September 27th at Heythrop Park In Oxfordshire. The event brought together a wealth of professionals from across the Working at Height and Health & Safety sectors with the aim of improving best practice and industry standards.

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The forum was the occasion for suppliers and delegates to experience first-hand Haulotte’s latest innovations to improve operators’ safety:
• The
Haulotte Activ’Lighting System ensures the safety of the driver during loading and unloading operations thanks to lighting points placed around the machine.
• The
Haulotte Activ’Shield Bar integrated into the hood avoids entrapment situations, as it automatically stops the machine when an operator is pushed towards the bar.

A perfect showcase for Haulotte’s equipment

Haulotte UK displayed a selection of MEWPs at the event including its latest vertical mast Star 8S. Compact, the 8 m model provides unmatched precision and comfort to get to hard-to-reach places. The mast architecture offers optimal stability; control and manoeuvring when elevated are intuitive thanks to smooth proportional movements. The subsidiary also highlighted the electric articulating boom HA20 LE PRO. The all-terrain and environmentally friendly PULSEO machine offers a quiet experience for people nearby, indoor or outdoor. Quick, proportional and simultaneous movements ensure optimal performance. High capacity batteries provide electric autonomy for a full day’s work. Other machines were exhibited such as the robust electric scissor lift Compact 14 and high-performance telescopic boom HT28 RTJ PRO. «This forum has been really informative, the discussion will inspire us to develop new innovation-driven features» said Ged Kelly, Haulotte UK National Account Manager.

>> Haulotte’s machines at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire !