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Community College

Work Platforms Providing Safe Access to Rooftop HVAC Equipment Installed for Community College


Kee Safety was contacted by Cerro Coso Community College over concerns that contractors were using a series of plywood ramps and staging to access rooftop HVAC equipment. We designed a series of work platforms to provide safe access to the tasks that were required by workers.

Customer required 7 unique platforms to safely service their HVAC Equipment

Background

Serving nearly 5,000 students, Cerro Coso Community College is a public community college in the Eastern Sierra / Upper Mojave Desert region of Southern California. The college was concerned that contractors were using a series of plywood ramps and staging to access rooftop HVAC equipment.

Seven large platforms, all with a different configurations were approved for installation. Our RSM, Juan Lopez, visited site again alongside our Technical Manager, Paul Bowes, and our partner, Pacific Rim Fall Protection, to evaluate and design each platform. Due to time constraints and the remote location, each platform would have to be built on site

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Kee Safety's technical team flew out and designed the perfect solution

Delivering Value

  • With a coordinated team effort, Kee Safety was able to supply and build seven large custom platforms to a remote desert location within a 6 week time-frame.
  • The lead originated with GDM. The RSM worked with the client to provide a budget. Our Technical team then designed custom solutions. The warehouse team picked, packed and shipped the pipe, fittings, and Kee Walk treads and the installer built the platforms on site.
  • This was an great example of a team effort and each department working closely with each other, with the aim of satisfying our customer and separating people from hazards.
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