Who we are
Onestop Access (Scotland) Limited started trading in February 2012. Backed by the Onestop Group sister companies of Onestop Roofing Supplies and Onestop Safety Solutions, the Access business was set up to establish a modern mobile elevated work platform fleet to service all aspects of Scottish industry.
Here at Onestop we pride ourselves in being one of our industry’s market leaders, offering a ‘one stop shop’ for all your powered access and telehandler needs. We are the first independent access company in Scotland to be awarded the IPAF Rental+ accreditation to meet the most stringent standards of training, advice, equipment and customer satisfaction.
After 6 successful years, Onestop Access have a modern fleet of over 500 machines which includes push-a-rounds, mast lifts, scissor lifts, booms (articulated and straight), tracked machines, truckmounts and telehandlers.
Our multi-faceted fleet from the industry’s leading manufacturers can handle all working heights up to 90m. We take great pride in the challenge of completing a difficult job in respect of selecting the right equipment for our customer at survey. Our experienced sales team ensure when they are surveying a job that they get it right first time, every time.
To keep our fleet in the best possible condition, we have a team of fully trained, experienced mobile service engineers and drivers who are able to support our customers’ needs at the shortest of notice – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year.
From our purpose-built training centre in Hamilton, our knowledgeable, experienced training instructors deliver a full range of Work at Height and Health & Safety training courses. We are proud members of IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) and PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ & Manufacturers’ Association) and we deliver their full suite of industry-recognised courses.
In partnership with our sister company, Project Health and Safety Services, we can also deliver a comprehensive range of construction-related training courses including the popular CITB Site Safety Plus courses, IOSH and NEBOSH, as well as a wide range of In-House courses (manual handling, abrasive wheels, harness awareness) – many of which are also available as flexible, cost-effective e-Learning modules.
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MEET OUR TEAM
Paul oversees the management of the Access business and Onestop Group. He enjoys spending time with family, along with playing football and golf.
Alongside Paul, Robert manages the operations of the Onestop Group. An avid golfer, Robert also enjoys spending time with family and friends.
George oversees the transport and logistics of our fleet and is responsible for ensuring our machines reach our customers on time.
Heading up our sales team, Stevie’s remit covers account management, business development and carrying out site surveys for our customers.
Training Manager / H&S Lead
Jim has been an IPAF Instructor for 12 years (last 5 years as Senior Instructor), is a member of the 2018 IPAF Training Committee and also a highly experienced PASMA Instructor.
Hire Desk Manager
John has been at the helm of our hire desk for many years. An experienced hire controller, he is usually first point of contact to provide advice, rates and availability of our hire fleet.
Hire Desk and H&S Manager
Gary has worked in the hire industry for over 20 years, 10 of which in powered access. Gary works on the busy Onestop hire desk and is also responsible for the health and safety management for the depot.
Priscilla has worked for various powered access companies, and has a great product knowledge across our whole fleet of machines. Day-to-day, Priscilla works on the hire desk and deals with customer hire enquiries and bookings.
As Service Manager, Chris ensures that our extensive fleet of machines are fully serviced, in good working order, and that any customer queries are resolved as soon as possible.
Mark works closely with the hire desk and drivers to get our fleet out on the road on time, while ensuring quality, safety and security in the workshop and the yard.
Kathleen manages the day-to-day financial operations of the business, including accounts administration such as invoicing and credit control along with the company’s payroll.