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Step on Safety Ltd provides a variety of anti slip GRP solutions to the Rail industry, including but not limited to: track side walkways, access platforms/stairs/ladders, stair treads, dagger boards, ramps, bridge decks and treads, embankment stairs, trench covers, grating panels, fencing and more, to ensure public and employee safety.

Composite materials are being specified more  frequently across the Rail Industry with their benefits over more traditional materials. Their lightweight, durable, low maintenance, non-conductive, non-corrosive and easy-to-install nature make them the perfect choice on diverse projects across the rail network.

We offer innovative turn-key solutions, from initial and concept design through to structural design, fabrication, supply and installation. We work on projects on all sizes, from small end-of-platform steps and gates at Dartford Station to two fully composite GRP multi-story maintenance platforms at Selhurst Depot running 220m.

Please contact for your GRP/FRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic / Fibre Reinforced Plastic) design, supply-only or supply and installation needs.

David Riley
01206 396446
Factory Lane, Brantham, Suffolk, CO11 1NH
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