Capital Safety, home of the DBI-SALA, PROTECTA and UNILINE brands of fall protection equipment, has created a global wind energy team to meet the growing global demand in the renewable energies sector.
Andrew Sweeney, National Utilities and Wind Energy Manager for Capital Safety Australia and New Zealand comments: “Over the past five years we have been working with OEM’s in the wind energy sector on a project by project basis, advising them on their safety requirements. Our main focus is ensuring key customers including manufacturers, wind farms, and construction and service firms, have the best in fall protection solutions and services for employees who work at height.
“We have chosen to set up a global Capital Safety wind energy team, as we have found that it is essential to have safety experts who know the issues that OEM’s are facing in each specific region. With this in mind, our team of highly trained wind energy safety experts has been created, and includes representatives in Australia, Asia, United States, Canada and Europe.”
With a wide range of globally certified fall protection equipment, and more planned specifically for the wind energy sector this year, such as the ExoFit NEX Wind Energy harness recently launched in Australia to provide comfort and functionality to workers, Capital Safety Australia & New Zealand is well placed to meet the increasing demand for safety products and training in this sector. Andrew Sweeney continues: “As Australia strives to meet its 20% renewable energy target by 2020, the wind sector is well placed to assist in achieving these goals.”