Lockout / Castell / Salvo / ISC / Height Safety / Gas Detector - services

By: Focus Safety New Zealand  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Gas Detector

Focus Safety is more than just product sales. We also offer a complete range of complimentary services and expertise advise.
Customers can take advantage of our hire fleet, which can save on capital expenditure, especially for those one off jobs or at times when the equipment you already have is stretched over multiple sites.

Servicing of safety equipment is required 6 monthly or annually, not just for legal purposes but for peace of mind of both you and your workers.
Focus safety can service/certify and calibrate a large range of products, please contact us to arrange servicing either at our premises or on site.

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