New HAKI eBook supports contractors in offshore projects
HAKI has launched the first in a series of industry-focused eBooks, to help contractors and end clients understand how HAKI’s unique modular systems can safely overcome common challenges faced in specific project environments.
The new multimedia ’Mastering Scaffolding and Access Solutions for Offshore Projects’ eBook – loaded with useful facts, images and embedded videos showcasing HAKI products in various sector specific scenarios – has been designed to help educate contractors about the benefits of using HAKI systems offshore.
The interactive eBook focuses on meeting common client objectives – such as lowering production costs, reducing risks and increasing project productivity – and covers these in three main areas:
HAKI Adaptability – How contractors can adapt to the challenge of offshore projects quickly and easily through use of the HAKI Universal scaffolding system.
The section highlights what makes HAKI unrivalled in adaptability – including compatibility with tube and fitting, the unique load-bearing ledger beam, options of both steel and aluminium components, and the ability to build suspended and move as necessary.
Suspended Simplicity – How HAKI overcomes challenges and inherent safety issues faced with suspended scaffolding – reducing risk, whilst simultaneously enhancing efficiency.
Integrating several videos, readers can see how HAKI Universal provides moving leading-edge protection and safe assembly of bays. They will also learn how the lightweight Universal system requires fewer components that tube and fitting, which enables reduced project timescales, through increased productivity.
Safety First – How HAKI products and services have been designed to help improve safety in high-risk offshore environments.
The safety section highlights how HAKI’s Advanced Guard Rail system can be used offshore to create and maintain a ‘scaffolder safe zone’, and how HAKI’s expert design, engineering and training services provide clients with unrivalled, highly experienced back-up.
Also featured in the eBook is a few recent offshore projects HAKI has had the privilege of being involved in – including the Total Dunbar Crane Boom Change, maintenance and upgrade of Equinor Njord A platform, and the build of Eldfisk II and Edvard Grieg platforms.