LOBO in use:
General Motors Automotive
The LOBO System can be made into any shape or size from standard components, making it simple to create any sized U-Shape system. This U-Shape has no trip hazards due to the flat walk around concept. The structure will assemble into a safe, static or mobile platform, variable in height and size, for manufacturing or maintenance purposes.
The U-Shape platform assembly is achieved quickly and easily, with no tools needed. It is both easy to store and transport. This also means the system can be reconfigured into different shapes swiftly.
Wheels are optional, and with outriggers for stability, toe boards, and ladder, the kit can be quickly assembled within 20 minutes. The LOBO Contractor Kit can be removed from the van and assembled into a trolley to facilitate easy site transportation before it is configured into a full system.
LOBO Systems’ safe and secure platform product. The unique and patented clamp allows the system to be assembled without the use of tools into any size or shape. This allows GM maintenance crews to attach a guardrail at any point on the system. This means personnel are not exposed to the risk of a fall during assembly, thereby meeting the safety rules.
Being able to attach a guardrail from a lower level, before it is needed, ensures a safe system is built. This unique versatility of the LOBO System brings a safe working procedure to GM’s UAW, which not only meets OSHA requirements, but also meets GM’s tough safety policy. The use of a body harness can now also be revisited and under certain conditions relaxed completely. The LOBO System also brings cost reduction, enhanced efficiency & performance as maintenance crews can build their own platforms at any time. The LOBO System creates a safe working environment, which increases productivity and maximises the return on investment.
Other Clients in Sector
EU: BS EN1004:2004 BS 1139 parts 3 & 4
USA: OSHA Compliant, ANSI A10.8, 29 CFR Part 1920 (General Industry)
Canada: CAN/CSA Z797‐09 & S269.2
Australia: AS/NZS 1576.1:2010 and AS/NZS 1576.3:2015 Tower