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WernerCo, manufacturer and distributor of ladders and access equipment, will be exhibiting its latest working at height equipment at the Health and Safety Event, taking place at the NEC from 7-9 September this year.

Reinforcing its market leading position across its Werner, Youngman, and BoSS brands during the three-day exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham, WernerCo will showcase its range of ladders, platforms and podiums. Visitors to stand 4/F58 will have the opportunity to explore and test the products through a number of demonstrations taking place. 

Product demonstrations on stand will include the BoSS Podiums and Werner Adjustable Work Platform, allowing visitors to see the products in action whilst seeking the opportunity to ask any questions to the WernerCo team. 

Designed for working at fixed height for long durations, the BoSS Pod 1000 and new 1500 model are heavy-duty podiums offering an all-in-one solution specialised for single person use, whereas, the Werner Adjustable Work Platform provides a lightweight, compact and flexible platform that allows users to work safely on uneven surfaces and in hard-to-reach places.

Addressing the importance of safety when working at height, the team on stand will be offering advice, information on its training courses and ladder safety guidance to encourage safe work at height practice.

With a range of ladders, work platforms, loft ladders, fall protection and access towers, WernerCo knows how vital it is for customers to stay safe and secure when working at height. WernerCo products are built to provide performance and protection on job sites around the world. 

Sophie Ellam, Product Manager at WernerCo, said: “This year, we're looking forward to returning to the Health and Safety Event at the NEC. Following a difficult year for all of our customers, we want to personally welcome them back by supporting them with any advice or training they need.

“As injury and mortality rates in the industry unfortunately continue to grow, we're preparing to launch our Ladder Safety Campaign, which will emphasise best practises, product recommendations, and expert guidance when working with ladders and at height. Therefore, the team will be on stand to assist visitors with any queries they may have.”

Visit WernerCo on stand 4/F58 from 7-9 September at the Health and Safety Event.

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