Welcome to Eligo Edge Protection


12 Years Building & Construction Experience

Welcome to Eligo Edge Protection


12 Years Building & Construction Experience

Servicing London & the South East







The Construction
(Design and Management)
Regulations 2015, has
enshrined safety as
the lead consideration
at each stage of a
construction project.


Working as an approved installer for Combisafe (the leading provider of edge protection) we are committed to providing our clients with the very best products, advice and service.

With over 12 years building and construction experience working at heights, our team is reliable, knowledgeable and focused on the safety of your workers, the public and our own teams. We recognise the importance of service and working to agreed timetables. When construction does not go to schedule part of that service is flexibility. We are here to ensure that your edge protection work is incorporated seamlessly into your construction schedule. This can include (subject to site survey) using our own mobile crane and hoist to free up your valuable main site crane for other trades, reducing costs to you and enabling us to meet our agreed installation and movement schedules – see our Service& products page for more information.

For a prompt and competitive quotation please click onmake an enquiryto which you can attach any drawings or see other ways to contact us.

We look forward to working with you.



In 2013/14: falls from height were the most common cause of fatalities, accounting for nearly three in ten (29%) fatal injuries to workers (as reported to RIDDOR)

In 2013/14: 39 fatal injuries to workers involved falls from heightwhile the number of fatal injuries has generally continued to fall over the past 13 years, fatal fall injury numbers have remained steady; the percentage of fatal injuries that was due to falls from height has not decreasedabout half of fatal fall injuries to workers were in construction (19); - construction accounted for eight of the 20 fatal injuries to the self-employed and for 11 of the 19 to employees

In 2013/14: there were 88 convictions under the Working at Height Regulations (2005)