The company we keep

Over the years, we have worked in partnership with most of Australia's largest organisations to deliver solutions to increase worker safety.  Some of the more recent partnerships include projects with:


How we are different

  • Proven ability to work with clients to develop bespoke solutions that reduce the risk of falls within WHS/OHS Legislation, Australian Standards, Guidance notes and our client's own procedures;
  • More than 60 years experience servicing a wide range of industries across Australia to address height safety issues
  • An established and proven methodology for the assessment of existing plant and procedures;
  • A team that is equally adept at developing solutions for unique, one-off projects as we are for permanent safety solutions;
  • Our own dedicated manufacturing facility with specialist aluminium plant;
  • Expertise in Level 2 (Hierarchy of Control) solutions;
  • The only consulting business of this type in Australia;
  • Efficient and fast design process to working solution;
  • Well-documented framework for the application of Australian Standards and WHS/OHS Legislation;
  • 3D Solid modeling design capability;
  • An ability to service clients with diverse geographical reach (Australia-wide), in some of the most challenging areas.

CSL Walkway System

Australia's largest provider of coastal bulk shipping transport of major building and construction materials, CSL Australia, approached No Bolt in search of an access solution to assist them with safely gaining access to cargo onboard their barge vessels.

CSL required a walkway system that spanned 75m down both sides of their vessels to improve the level of safety for employees when inspecting materials.  The same walkway system is used to deploy a portable platform to address cargo “hang-ups”  This is a unique problem where fine particles of iron ore would bind and effectively stick to the side of the barge.  These hang-ups were particularly dangerous given the weight of the material and location within the cargo area. Due to the significant size of the task, No Bolt was faced with several challenges in the design and manufacturing process. CSL and No Bolt teams worked together to design, manufacture and install a spotter’s walkway system to the barge.

Some of the specific design challenges included:

  • Folding handrails – the handrails on one side had to fold flat to enable loading or the cargo.  This created several issues with respect to stacking and kickboard clearance.  We also had to develop a process for the safe assembly and dismantle.
  • Moving gaps plates between platforms – the barge is fitted with expansion joints to address the loading/unloading of cargo. The platforms needed to address these gaps.

No Bolt outfitted two of CSL’s vessels with 150m of hand railing per vessel along with 4 hang-up clearing platforms.

No Bolt is uncompromising on safety and quality and worked very closely with CSL in producing the desired outcome.