Here at AIS Vanguard, we realise that heavy machinery removal can cause major disruption to overall productivity and output for a business.
Our reputation has been built on reliability, quality and safety within the industrial sector and we’re proud to be recognised as one of the UK’s leading companies for heavy machinery removal. Prior to a project being undertaken, our clients like to know what’s going to happen and when; we’re providing a brief overview of what happens during a project.
Planning for Heavy Machinery Removal
Prior to any work being undertaken, our Project Manager’s will speak to clients to fully understand the nature of the removal and what needs to be removed and why. Once everything has been communicated, an effective plan of action is created and shared with clients so everyone involved is fully aware of how the project will run.
When the plan has been agreed between AIS Vanguard and the client, our team then head onto site and start by safely decommissioning any machinery that has been allocated to be removed or relocated.
After safely decommissioning the machinery, we’ll help our clients to remove the machinery should they need assistance and ensure it is moved with the highest health and safety protocols in place.
Health and Safety Importance
Heavy machinery removal is a big task that requires all hands-on deck for everyone involved, however, health and safety is a priority for everyone here at AIS Vanguard and we pride ourselves on implementing the highest H&S standards into every job we undertake.
Our exceptional health and safety standards has recently just led to us achieving our 3rd consecutive Gold RoSPA Award.