Category: Platform Lifts

Mind the gap sign with speeding train in London underground.

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London Underground lags behind American metro systems for lift access

London is arguably one of the most progressive and forward-thinking cities in the world. It’s a melting pot of diversity, where society is inclusive of all communities and minorities. You’d therefore assume that the British capital’s transport system would be accommodating to those in wheelchairs. Yet, completely at odds with the character of the city,

How do platform lifts work?

Access platform lifts were originally designed to help wheelchair users ascend and descend between floor levels. These platform lifts are…

Elevators are the safest form of transport: Here’s why

For the average city worker, a single day can be filled with elevator journeys. From London underground commutes to multi storey…

Eco-elevators: providing environmentally friendly lift solutions for businesses

With climate change continuing to permeate the news headlines, pressure is building upon businesses to adopt sustainable strategies and reduce…

A beginner’s guide to lifts for different industries

Most businesses that operate from buildings of more than two stories will benefit from having a lift installed. Not only…

Disability and Access

To date our previous posts have covered the growing concern of discrimination towards those who are disabled our physically impaired…

Disability and Employment

In our previous blog posts, we covered the growing concern over the lack of disabled access throughout the UK and…

Families Dealing with Disabilities

As outlined in our previous posts, the EU at present has a population of just over 739 million. Approximately 7.5…

Disabled Access – Still A Major Problem

Recent reports have shown that there is a serious problem with regard to disabled access throughout Ireland and the UK.…

People with Disabilities

Within the EU member states alone there are approximately 739million people. Approximately 7.5 million of these people have a disability.