The monorail at Chester Zoo will shortly be back in operation due to the completion of a programme of engineering works. Chester Zoo uses TB Davies ladders to ensure employees can safely work at height. The ladders are robust and stable, with wide bases and high handrails that provide additional security for users. The ladders have helped the zoo keep its monorail running smoothly so visitors can continue to enjoy close encounters with over 7000 animals.
Parts of the works require regular safe access to the trains for essential maintenance and inspections. Following a consultation with our internet executive Paul Creeden, the zoo decided that a fixed industrial machine step from our Professional ladders range would be the ideal solution. The steps are both robust in their construction, and the wide base ensures there is little movement. The high handrails to the side and pulpit add to the user’s security when climbing and working from the platform.
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