Safety, Mechanism and Structure
The Ministry of labor outlines 2015 requirements for Working at Heights: They include, travel restraint systems, fall restricting systems, fall arrest systems. We specialize in engineering and implementation of all these.
Our engineering expertise include design, review, and approval of structures.
Ontario’s Building Code is a significant reference, drawing from the National Building Code of Canada, to ensure public safety within buildings. OBC
Unique structures for workers in industry may be ‘stand alone’ (independent of building structure). When the OBC is not an adequate guideline, we recommend a Pre-Start Health and Safety Review to ensure safety for all workers. Pallet rack storage systems, towers, stands, machinery catwalks and mezzanine’s are examples of industrial structures usually not covered by building regulations. PHSR.
Most inspections require an ‘engineer’s review’, whereby the Professional Engineers of Ontario has regulated guidelines, certification and licenses. PEO
What does ‘turnkey’ really mean? PeaCo has a great reputation to complete all work, accurately and timely.
We strive for projects to fit painlessly into our customers schedule, and co-operate with all workplace activity.
Example: Industrial Production. [Industry]
Example: Commercial Building. [Commercial]
Example: Residential Projects.[Residential]
If your company chooses to outsource unique structural, mechanical or industrial challenges, let us know.
In addition to consulting, we can design, install and certify your engineered system.
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