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Pinnacle Height Safety launches a new name
Pinnacle Height Safety, a nationwide industry leader in the provision of safety training and related safety services today announced it has changed its corporate name to Pinnacle Safety and Training.
Paul Botwright, Director of the company said the new name was designed to better reflect the diversity of service offerings provided by the company.
“When we started, our focus was primarily on the provision of height access services and training.”
“Since then, we’ve listened to our customers and responded to the needs of a growing market.”
“We now offer a much broader range of services, including a more extensive range of nationally recognised training, safety audit and compliance services, specialist rope access and confined space services, standby rescue team provision and a range of tailored safety solutions.”
“As part of our planning for 2013/14, we put significant thought into who we are and how we want to be positioned in the market.”
“The name Pinnacle Safety and Training was chosen to leverage the equity we’ve built in the Pinnacle brand, while reflecting our key market offerings.”
“It more clearly defines who we serve and what we’re about – which is safety and training.”
The new name closely follows Pinnacle’s recent announcement regarding the opening of a new custom-built training facility in Melbourne.
“Combined with the opening of an additional training facility, our new name represents a new chapter for our company.”
“We look forward to continuing to work closely with our customers as we continue to grow our service offering and help our clients improve their safety results, meet their work health and safety obligations, develop their safety culture, and most importantly, keep their people safe.”
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