Snap-on Industrial UK



Protects People - Prevents Damage 

Tools at Height delivers total tool control and security, from storage in the workshop, to transportation to the work site, to reliable retention of tools when working at height.

We introduced Tools at Height to the UK in 2000 to enhance maintenance safety at nuclear power stations. We continue to serve the nuclear industry in the UK. In 2003, we worked with drilling companies to produce tool kits for safe working at height on drilling rigs and production platforms.

High level uses

Drilling derricks, wind turbines, cranes, bridges, telecomms masts, power line pylons, aircraft hangars .....

Low level uses 

Stop tools falling into machinery, production lines, water filter beds, shafts, nuclear fuel rod cooling ponds .....

Extensive Range

Over 1,000 tools in the continually expanding range. 

Special Tools and Kits

We design tools and kits to meet specific requirements.


Aker, BP, Dolphin, Ecotricity, EDF, Ensco, FMC, Halliburton, KCA Deutag, Lockheed Martin, Nabors, Noble, NOV, Odfjell, Pride, SeaDrill, Shell, Stena, Talisman, Transocean ....  




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Online Interactive Training
The Tools at Height online training course covers the storage, selection, inspection and use of tools and lanyards. The course focuses on behavioural safety and safe working practices while providing management oversight and certification of candidate performance.
Other Health & Safety and Technology courses are also available and training programmes can be developed to meet a customer's specific requirements. We can also provide simulation packages which deliver virtual 'hands-on' training in equipment and process operation, assembly and maintenance.
Snap-on interactive training courses and simulators are ideal for both classroom groups and for candidates on offshore installations or other remote locations.
Please click here to access the online demonstration.

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