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HCL simplifies safety

21 March 2018

In a bid to make life easier for companies looking for a working at height safety solution, fall protection expert, HCL Safety, has relaunched its website and brochure.

As part of a wider group initiative by parent company and global leaders in fall protection, MSA Safety, HCL has a mission to provide simplified fall protection for complex worksites.

The new website is built with the user in mind and on the understanding that no two fall protection requirements are ever the same.

It is also mobile optimised, so customers can use it on the go. Both the website and brochure are clearly signposted based on HCL’s key services: installation; inspection; training and servicing.

They have also been developed based on feedback received through HCL’s MSA CX (customer experience) program which ensures all customer communications and feedback are utilised to improve processes and relationships.

Jonathan Seymour, Business Leader for HCL explains: “Customer feedback is integral to the operation of our business, so we have redesigned our suite of collateral in line with our customers’ needs.

“Health & safety compliance should not be taken lightly and therefore demands time and attention to ensure the safest solution is installed. In such a busy industry, HCL offers the perfect support for fall protection specification.

"Our partnership approach means we really do take the complexity out of safety and we want this to begin with any new customer’s interaction with our business, our website and brochure.”

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