Integral Cradles is proud to be a member of SAEMA – Specialist Access Engineering & Maintenance Association.
SAEMA is respected throughout the industry for its pioneering approach to training and guidance for both temporary and permanent suspended access.
SAEMA participates in the development of national and international standards relevant to the façade access equipment industry. Its members adhere strictly to these standards, work to established benchmarks to guarantee consistency and use only equipment that is proven to be reliable and of the highest quality.
At Integral Cradles, we are proud to be seen as one of a select number of practitioners striving to achieve best practice.
SAEMA has developed User Training, a unique way for those who work at height to be assessed on their technical understanding of the processes and equipment involved.
As a result, a greater number of engineers and operatives will be accredited as safe and competent, contributing to a safer construction industry with fewer workplace accidents.
Integral Cradles is looking into using SAEMA User Training amongst all its staff as a way of improving best practice even further.
Tony Seddon, Company Secretary of SAEMA: “We work with companies who are committed to the very highest standards of safety. We are proud to have counted Integral Cradles as a key member for a number of years.
“It is a pleasure to work with Managing Director Kevin Walton, ensuring Integral Cradles benefits from our experience and expertise in working safely at height on some of the most spectacular skyscrapers in the UK.
“I look forward to taking our working relationship a step further with SAEMA User Training.”