The company is often asked to provide lifting solutions which fit the customers’ needs and production requirements, but also have an absolute focus on safety.
DT Engineering believes it is a common oversight across industry to allow untrained and uncertified personnel to use lifting equipment and cranes, and there are too many ways to circumnavigate procedures designed to ensure the safe operation of potentially dangerous equipment.
The company believes there needs to be a stronger set of controls for authorised staff and competent, trained personnel, to gain access to potentially lethal lifting machinery.
Based in Widnes, Cheshire, the company has developed in-house expertise in steel fabrication, mechanical engineering, welding, hydraulics and electrics, and boasts leading clients in the manufacturing, maritime, automotive and construction sectors.
DT Engineering recognises that in order to grow, it needs to diversify and embrace industrial digital technologies (IDT).View the Case Study
At its heart this is a system which makes health and safety the boss by preventing the mis-use of potentially dangerous machinery by unauthorised or untrained personnel.Tom Coyle, Managing Director of DT Engineering