S.A.F.E Structure Designs, a global leader in the design, engineering and manufacturing of ergonomic safety first aircraft maintenance stands, fall protection platforms, hangar equipment, portable field equipment and specialty tooling, announced that it has successfully satisfied its contract for the custom design, engineering and manufacturing of safety-first ergonomic Bell 429 maintenance stands for the Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) in Bethpage, New York.
SAFE Structure has pioneered the way for developing a complete ergonomic safety first custom maintenance stands and hangar equipment specific to the Bell 429. SAFE Structure worked alongside the NCPD maintenance crew gaining critical feedback throughout the design and prototyping phase of the project. The first set of prototype stands were delivered in January 2017 at which S.A.F.E. Structure conducted a thorough test fit to inspect all aspects of the designs furthering perfecting and optimize safety and ergonomic concerns. SAFE Structure then made enhancement modifications to the stands and now the final product line is out on the market.
SAFE has recently added a custom proprietary anti-fatigue mat to the deck of their maintenance stands and platforms to protect the mechanics ankles, knees and back along with a F.O.D. waist can to increase efficiency by providing a more ergonomic work space. These two innovative additions are included as a standard option in every maintenance stand and platform manufactured by SAFE.
“S.A.F.E. Structure customized maintenance stands for the NCPD’s Bell 429 aircraft. A job well done! They followed up to completion and satisfaction. Great job! Thanks Johnny Buscema and Jenna Hoeg” States Officer Thomas Verga of Nassau County Police Departments.
Johnny Buscema, President and CEO of S.A.F.E. Structure, advocates the NCPD’s dedication to safety and efficiency by stating, “Over the 2 year period of working with The NCPD team on this project, they exhibited an unprecedented keen eye for safety and efficiency when working on and around the aircraft. We are grateful to have been afforded the opportunity to work alongside NCPD.”