Low Level Access

Low level access platforms offer a safer alternative to using ladders, steps and interior scaffolding platforms. They can make jobs easier, quicker and more efficient. Low level access machines provide a safe and secure environment for operatives to work at height.

Low level access platforms include both push around (manual) platforms as well as some self propelled models (electric / battery powered). Most are fitted with non-marking tyres to help protect floor finishes but can still be operated outside in certain conditions.

JMS has invested significantly in Power Towers low level access models, including Ecolift, Pecolift and Power Tower machines. These push around models are oil free and power free, making them environmentally friendly too. Many of them are compact in size and low in weight, enabling them to be transported in internal lifts. Push around type platforms have their own IPAF Training category.

Hire from leading low level access manufacturers –  Genie, Haulotte, JLG, Skyjack, Boss & Power Towers

Available to hire from across the UK from JMS hire depots in Harpenden, Leeds, Radlett and Dartford.


Benefits of Low Level Access hire 

Productivity – Low level access machines combine the flexibility and quick set up benefits of ladders and steps with enhanced safety and an improved worksite environment. This maximises productivity, especially when working in confined spaces. Setup and relocating times are often shorter than with scaffold systems.

Flexibility – Low level access machines can be used to carry out a wide range of maintenance and construction tasks and allow operatives to keep tools and materials close-by, boosting productivity.

Team Morale – Operatives increasingly appreciate the benefits that low level access machines give them in carrying out their work safely and efficiently. This can be good for staff retention as well as productivity.