A benchmark for quality for almost 75-years, TB Davies was one of the first companies to champion aluminium ladders back in 1969. Our products help professionals get stuff done safely by stabilising on uneven ground, protecting them with auto-closing guardrails, using colour to avoid vehicle collisions and reducing weight to lower manual handling injuries using the latest hi-tech fibreglass materials.
We provide innovations and build partnerships that set the standards of today and push forward the possibilities for a safer tomorrow.
Our partnerships and position give us a unique perspective on the trends, needs, expectations and innovative work at height solutions that drive a wide range of different industries forward. It’s a perspective we want to share and bring you the latest ideas, insights and innovations from across our global network.
Get hands-on with our products at a trade show near you, including Manchester Media City (Health & Safety North), Birmingham NEC (Health & Safety Show) and London Excel (SHEXPO). Click here to find out more about the events and see how our products can help you get stuff done smarter and safer.
In a joint effort to reduce work at height injuries, the National Safety Council invited representatives from TB Davies to join a panel of experts at the National Safety Conference in San Diego. We shared our experience in best practice while working from height, using low-level climbing products.
As committee members on several panels at both the Ladder Association and PASMA that represent our industry in the UK, we want to hear from you so we can continue to help shape legislation, standards and training. The recent ‘Get a Grip’ campaign from the Ladder Association features a compelling account of the need to get trained to correctly work at height. To discover more about the campaign and the courses available from our Training Academy please visit https://www.tbdavies.co.uk/training-academy/.
If you cannot make it to any of the above events our safety experts and demonstration vehicles are likely to be in your area every couple of weeks. To book a visit, please contact us on 029 2132 0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.