Lyte meets latest safety standards

10 October 2017

UK-based Lyte Industries has updated its LytePod product to meet the latest standards required for working from height.

Lyte pod 1m in use

LytePod, from Lyte Industries.

The company’s low-level work platform, LytePod, is certified BS 8620, which is an upgrade on the former standard PAS250, and includes a dimensional change to side protection and a change to two tests.

Before the PAS250 (Publically Available Standard) was introduced, podiums and low-level work platforms were manufactured without a standard to adhere to. In November 2016, the PAS250 was converted to BS 8620.

The company’s LytePod product is available at three working heights and had two removable parts.

Lyte Industries has been in operation for over 70 years and is based in Swansea, Wales, in the UK.

Latest News
Alimak takes action to improve Facade profits
Range of measures includes merging assembly sites 
John Kerry calls for nuclear fusion plant construction plan at COP28
US special climate envoy John Kerry has set out an international engagement plan to boost research into nuclear fusion ahead an eventual construction programme of a new generation of nuclear plants
Saudi fund loans $100m for construction of long-awaited Tajikistan hydropower project
The Saudi Fund for Development has signed a loan deal worth US$100 million with Tajikistan for the construction of the Rogun Hydropower project.