Railcar Maintenance Stands and Access Platforms
The transportation of goods across railways requires nearly round the clock unloading, loading, and routine maintenance to keep lines moving. FlexDecks provides complete maintenance stand access solutions for the full scope of railcar operations and servicing. In addition to mobile and fixed access stands, FlexDecks can provide ground-based railing systems to protect pedestrians and workers near railways.
Many of the services required for loading and unloading rail vehicles are located within the train roof section. Our access platforms are designed with user safety as the driving factor. Solutions include gangways and safety cages to facilitate all methods of loading and unloading while providing safe, efficient access.
Due to the sheer size of railcars and the location of areas requiring maintenance, there’s no avoiding working at height when performing routine servicing of trains. FlexDecks engineers are familiar with these challenges and have designed railcar maintenance stand access solutions to accommodate safe and efficient inspection and servicing of these vehicles, even in congested environments.
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The solution to your unique platform access requirement is only a click away. When you need deck solutions that provide stability, flexibility and safety that meets the highest OSHA and Military standards, turn to FlexDecks. We’re ready to help.
Train Platform Features
Easy, quick and safe Auto-Lock Sliders offer profile conformity and are engineered for weight load stability.
Includes emergency shut-off, GFI, UL approved components.
Constructed from Fully welded light weight, high-strength aluminum.
Air Line Connections
Hard mounted and conveniently located on all main deck sections.
FlexDecks patented safety tread that is self draining, anti-slip, anti-bounce, and Omni-directional.
Our field technicians safely and efficiently install complicated platform systems in any environment.
OSHA Safety Standards For Trains
Under OSHA’s requirements, all workers must have some form of fall protection while on railcars. OSHA requires fall protection for employ- ees who work at elevation, defined as 4 feet per the OSHA 1910 standard for general industry and 6 feet per OSHA 1926 construction standards.