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Facelift 34th Anniversary

The Facelift Rail Team have more than 20 years' experience dealing with the UK's rail infrastructure, depots, stations, and structures.

The team are able to give their clients innovative and experienced solutions to their access problems using our versatile range of machines. The fleet consists of vehicle and track mounted booms from 12.5 to 75m, underbridge units, scissor lifts from 6m to 32m, and boom lifts from 10m to 47m.

What is a PTS Card and why is it important for Rail works?

PTS, or Personal Track Safety (Also known as Sentinel) cards are the essential gold standard for working on railways - simply put, they indicate that an individual is trained to work on or near railways. Before the card can be awarded the employer must also be approved by Network Rail. This means we must pass stringent audits then apply for the approval.

Finding a specialist access company that can offer MEWP's truck and track mounted booms plus underbridge inspection units that has this amount of experience and expertise in the Rail Industry can be quite difficult. Facelift has 20 plus years of experience in working with railway tracks and are well established.

There are no temporary passes when it comes to working around rail - this means less paperwork for yourself, and it gives you the confidence in our conformity in your industry.

What are the benefits of a Sentinel Card?

Sentinel Cards prove to everyone that you are qualified to work on or around railways. In essence, it is a bit like a CSCS Green Card that enables you to work on construction sites safely. The difference is that you must be sponsored by a Network Rail approved employer.

Why Choose Us:

  • Huge network of established Depots
  • Nationwide service available 24/7
  • Sentinel Accredited
  • Staff with PTS cards
  • Innovative and experienced solutions

Contact the Facelift Rail Team

A spider type cherry picker used to inspect a railway station roof supports Two spider type access platforms being used to inspect a station roof