“Make every floor as safe as the ground floor”

The ASAP System saves you money on every project and drives safety, sustainability and efficiency across your organisation

ASAP is an Adjustable Stairwell Access Platform and can be used through the construction cycle from installing the joists through to the tacking, jointing and mistcoat trades.

With ASAP the core 3 week stage from joist to first fix is estimated to save more than £200 per floor and due to its intelligent design ASAP can be used for 10 weeks through the standard 26 weeks house construction process.

This extended use reduces the need to buy additional expensive safety equipment and associated complexity ensuring safety whilst driving your sustainability agenda. With its efficiency gains it will pay for itself in the costs savings you make on site.

Key Features

The ASAP system covers all requirements through the construction process reducing the need to buy additional safety equipment.

The multi-use functionality will speed up the build programme saving further time and money.

The 1000kg safe working load allows multiple operatives to safely work over the stairwell at the same time especially over second floor staircases and attic roofs.

The intelligent design allows for fast ASAP removal by any competent on-site operatives.

The modular nature of the product facilitates easy and quick transport around the site.

ASAP is streets ahead of the competition with time and money saving benefits that competitors cannot match

“A new innovative protection system is on the market.” – H&K SAFETY

H&K Safety Services say:
” The adjustable Stairwell Access Platform (ASAP) has been created and developed by Richard Pearson and his management team at Pearson Carpentry Limited to solve an age-old problem of working at stairwells in construction.

With design engineers involved to develop the system to withstand loads of up to 1000Kg, the platform will be suitable for multiple persons and trades. With short installation times, it is easy to install from lower stairs and from behind existing temporary edge protection and can be partially removed to allow for access and egress should it be so required.

Designed to help employers satisfy the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations, the system has been successfully tested by tradespersons in real-life situations with positive feedback. “



“Safest way to fit 1st and 2nd stairs I have ever used.”


“Very quick and easy to use, I felt very safe when me and my apprentice were both on it fitting a set of stairs.”


“Once you get used to set it up, it is very quick and easy to set up and use”


“I was able to get my work done much quicker than any other system I have used before.”