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Global wind energy team created at Capital Safety for fall protection solutions

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Fall protection equipment specialist Capital Safety has created a global wind energy team to meet the growing demand in the renewable energies sector. The team will provide localised fall protection expertise for the wind energy market.  

According to Andrew Sweeney, National Utilities and Wind Energy Manager for Capital Safety Australia and New Zealand, the company has been working with OEMs in the wind energy sector for the past five years on a series of projects, advising them on their safety requirements.  

Capital Safety focuses on ensuring that key customers including manufacturers, wind farms, and construction and service firms have the best in fall protection systems and services for employees who work at height.  

The global Capital Safety wind energy team is staffed by safety experts who are aware of the issues faced by OEMs in each specific region. The global team of highly trained wind energy safety experts includes representatives in Australia, Asia, United States, Canada and Europe.   

With a wide range of globally certified fall protection equipment, and more planned specifically for the wind energy sector this year such as the ExoFit NEX Wind Energy harnesses recently launched in Australia to provide comfort and functionality to workers, Capital Safety Australia & New Zealand is well placed to meet the increasing demand for safety products and training in this sector.  

Capital Safety’s specialist wind energy team is experienced in working with both onshore and offshore wind farms.  

Home of the DBI-SALA, PROTECTA and UNILINE brands of fall protection equipment, Capital Safety is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of height safety, confined space and industrial rescue equipment with 17 operating sites worldwide.

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