Stretcher Stairs are a great solution for your safe access requirement.
A legal requirement for all high-rise developments in NSW
Stretcher Stairs provide safe access and egress for emergency services to reach and remove injured persons. Proview Scaffolding can design and suspend stretcher stairs into your basement during excavation, and dismantle in sequence with your basement construction.
Stretcher Stairs vs Alloy Stairs
It is a legal requirement to provide your trades with safe access and egress during all stages of construction.
A stretcher stair provides the minimum width (1.2m clear access) for emergency services along with the tradesmen and women to easily access and exit the building.
An alloy stair aka a zigzag stair, is also sufficient but not on it’s own. If you have room onsite to fit a Stretcher Stair you must provide one.
Need help organising safe access? Call us our friendly experts today on 1300 141 042
With in house & third party engineering, we have your stair access requirements covered – no matter how complex
Our integrated approach
Proview Scaffolding is an ISO Certified Scaffolding Contractor, which means the left hand talks to the right hand and our clients reap the benefits.
Understanding your needs
When engaged, Proview Scaffolding assigns a dedicated Scaffold Supervisor to your project, in charge of meeting your program schedules.
Our ticketed and competent scaffolders install the scaffolding under supervision ensuring total compliance with Australian Standards and Codes of Practice.
Scaffold maintenance & modifications
Our Operations team maintains a constant line of communication with your site team to ensure, your Scafftags stay up to date, and any miscellaneous changes are swiftly addressed.
We work with your site team to ensure the scaffold dismantle sequence works for you, leaving enough time for final façade finishes as we dismantle the scaffold.
Our integrated methodology is audited during and after every project in a 360 feedback loop, constantly improving and advancing our service.