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  • Machine Servicing
    yourself it s also vital to get your equipment serviced regularly For further details call our service department on 01444 88 11 33 or email servicing facelift co uk Access platform maintenance With 20 fully qualified technicians all holding a current PAC ticket Powered Access Certification we can guarantee your demand for on site assistance and inspection keeping machinery in full working order and any potential downtime or financial loss to customers at a minimum anywhere in the UK Our workshops currently service and test over 400 access platforms We provide LOLER Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations testing and certification giving you piece of mind whilst your equipment is in operation In addition to our 24 hour breakdown service we can maintain any type of access equipment currently available on the market which all adds up to a set of standards designed to give an outstanding level of service and protection Contact the Servicing team Find your nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in the UK Contact the Hire team Free site safety poster Facelift site safety poster Click here to download or Contact the hire desk for free copies Our

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  • Bridge and Underbridge inspection units from our Highway Structure Team
    their worksite free On Site Surveys to ascertain client requirements and assistance with the preparation of Risk Method Statements A dedicated IPAF Certified Operator is always on hand to operate the machine safely and effectively We schedule machine availability and technical support to meet your requirements on 24 7 365 basis If required Facelift can also provide assistance with Traffic management planning With us no detail is left to chance Equipment Offered Specialist Underbridge units and bridge inspection platforms with up to 23m under reach specialist structural inspection platforms On and Off Highway Truck Mounted Platforms up to 61m working height Self propelled Booms Scissors and Atrium Lifts up to 47m working height Contact the Highway structure team Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check our Hire FAQs Find your nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in the UK Contact the Hire team IPAF Operator training Training for all equipment Book a training course Machine finder Machine A Z Choose machine Aichi 14 Ascendant 12 5M Ascendant 15 VM Ascendant 17m Ascendant 18 Ascendant 22m Bronto 61XDT Bronto S34MDT Bronto S46 XDT Bronto S50XDT J Bronto S52 XDT Denka DL22N GSR Pantel 29M Haulotte Compact 10 DX Haulotte Compact 10N Haulotte Compact 12 Haulotte Compact 12DX Haulotte H16TPX Haulotte H21TX Haulotte H23 TPX Haulotte H25 TPX Haulotte HA16 SPX Haulotte HA18PX Haulotte HA20 PX Haulotte HA260 PX Haulotte Optimum 8 Haulotte Quick Up 14 Haulotte Star 10 JLG 120HX JLG 150HAX Leo 23 Mantis 20 22 Mantis 24 Mantis 38 Moog 120 Moog 230x Moog MBI 120 Nifty 120 Nifty 170 Nifty 170SD Nifty 90 Nifty Heightrider 120NBE Nifty Heightrider 15 Narrow Nifty Heightrider 17 4x4 Nifty Heightrider 21 4x4 Nifty Heightrider 21 Hybrid Nifty X Trax 12 Nifty X Trax

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  • Facelift Rail Team - Operated and Self Drive Access Equipment for Rail Work
    At Height related training courses including PASMA Tower Training and Ladder Training Working on or adjacent to railways our operators are also fully PTS certificated Surveys when required can be carried out to assess customer requirements together with Risk Assessments and Method Statements Facelift s Rail division currently works with Network Rail and London Underground and is a preferred supplier to both these companies Facelift holds Link up and IPAF Rental accreditation With seven depots around the UK we are in a unique position to offer a nationwide service 24 7 364 days and we are experienced in working with the strict time constraints expected in this sector For more information please contact Bruce Johnson Mobile 07713 506 515 E mail brucej facelift co uk Contact the Facelift Rail Team Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check our Hire FAQs Find your nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in the UK Contact the Hire team IPAF Operator training Training for all equipment Book a training course Machine finder Machine A Z Choose machine Aichi 14 Ascendant 12 5M Ascendant 15 VM Ascendant 17m Ascendant 18 Ascendant 22m Bronto 61XDT Bronto S34MDT Bronto S46 XDT Bronto S50XDT J Bronto S52 XDT Denka DL22N GSR Pantel 29M Haulotte Compact 10 DX Haulotte Compact 10N Haulotte Compact 12 Haulotte Compact 12DX Haulotte H16TPX Haulotte H21TX Haulotte H23 TPX Haulotte H25 TPX Haulotte HA16 SPX Haulotte HA18PX Haulotte HA20 PX Haulotte HA260 PX Haulotte Optimum 8 Haulotte Quick Up 14 Haulotte Star 10 JLG 120HX JLG 150HAX Leo 23 Mantis 20 22 Mantis 24 Mantis 38 Moog 120 Moog 230x Moog MBI 120 Nifty 120 Nifty 170 Nifty 170SD Nifty 90 Nifty Heightrider 120NBE Nifty Heightrider 15 Narrow Nifty Heightrider 17 4x4 Nifty Heightrider 21

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  • Facelift - Health and Safety Downloads
    safety legislation This review was chaired by leading risk management specialist Professor Ragnar Löfstedt The Löfstedt Report and the Government response We published Professor Löfstedt s report Reclaiming health and safety for all An independent review of health and safety regulation on 28 November 2011 Professor Löfstedt s report sets out a number of risk and evidence based recommendations that will reduce regulatory requirements on business where they do not lead to improved health and safety outcomes and remove pressures on business to go beyond what the regulations require enabling them to reclaim ownership of the management of health and safety Download PDF 781K HEMSA is the Highway Electrical Manufacturers and Suppliers Association and provides a professional organisation for manufacturers and distributors and gives confidence to local authorities that its members can provide quality products and services at a competitive price HEMSA was formed in November 1998 with the main purpose of securing the interests of its members by the exchange of knowledge and information and to promote standards of quality and service HEMSA organise and host meaningful and topical seminars at a variety of venues up and down the country They are complemented by exciting and vibrant exhibitions keeping key decision makers in the industry fully informed and up to date with product developments Download PDF 2 58MB PASMA Training Course fall protection review A wide ranging review of PASMA s recommended best practice for the avoidance of falls from height from mobile access towers has been conducted by PASMA in collaboration with the Health Safety Executive Download PDF 2 29MB What is Spread the load IPAF has launched a safety campaign calling for the proper assessment of ground conditions and the correct use of stabilisers outriggers and spreader plates IPAF s Spread the load campaign is built around this simple and straightforward message Spreader plates should always be used with boom type mobile elevating work platforms MEWPs when fully supported on their outriggers Spreader plates should be used with all other MEWPs that have outriggers unless a risk assessment indicates they are not necessary The campaign is an initiative from the IPAF UK Hire Committee s Spreader Plates Sub Group Several campaign tools available in different languages have been developed to spread the message including leaflets posters stickers and a video Why is this campaign needed MEWPs are generally very safe and stable However incorrect set up can cause instability and lead to overturning This is often the result of inadequate ground assessment poor selection of spreader plates or incorrect positioning of outriggers The Spread the load campaign sets out to give clear and practical guidance on when and how to use spreader plates Download PDF 1 28MB Health Safety Newsletter Now available at a screen near you the new look Health Safety Newsletter All the latest HSE news case studies court stories and guidance is now available to everyone free of charge and it s all just a click away Download PDF 2 05MB This leaflet provides an overview of employers duties to consult with their employees or their representatives on health and safety matters Download PDF 137K HSE Work Place Poster Workplaces where employees play an active part in health and safety have lower accident rates Collaboration with your employees helps you to manage health and safety in a practical way Download pdf PASMA is the natural focus and authority for the mobile access tower industry in the UK and Ireland A leading trade association in the work at height sector it provides advice guidance and support to its many members and the industry at large Download PDF 4 38MB Mobile cranes shall never be used for entertainment purposes e g lifting of persons for shows bungee jumping dinner in the sky or lifting of other structures with people on the structure or underneath e g lifting of tents Mobile cranes are not intended to lift persons they may be used to hoist and suspend personnel in man baskets only in unique work situations when it is the least hazardous way to do the job Platforms fixed to crane booms for lifting of persons are not included herewith as they are covered by international standards for mobile elevated work platforms Download pdf Where are the risks Many falls from vehicles occur during loading and unloading you don t have to fall far to land hard Fall from vehicle incidents can cost your company a lot of money In 2004 05 the human and economic cost of the fall from vehicle incidents we know about was over 36 5 million Falls from vehicles often result in serious injuries that keep skilled people such as lorry drivers off work for many weeks agency workers might have to be employed to fill in and deliveries may be delayed More than 75 of major fall from vehicle incidents occur during loading and unloading activities Fall prevention must be an integral part of planning loading and unloading and selecting the right kind of vehicle is an important part of this Download pdf If you specify delivery vehicles oversee their maintenance or manage operations involving the loading unloading of goods this information may help you understand why people fall from these kinds of vehicles and how these falls can be prevented Download pdf There are 6 easy ways to adjust your driving and how you maintain your vehicle that will improve you fuel efficiency and save you money Download PDF Click to download a copy of our access guide With over 60 different powered platforms and information on our IPAF and PASMA training courses Download 7 5Mb The IPAF training programme adopted new MEWPs categories from 1 January 2008 These category changes do not affect the training received and existing PAL Cards Powered Access Licences remain valid as specified Existing PAL Card holders do not need to get their cards changed The new IPAF categories with abbreviations and brief explanations are Static Vertical 1a Vertical personnel platforms static Static Boom 1b Self propelled booms outriggers trailers push arounds vehicle mounted platforms Mobile Vertical 3a Scissor lifts vertical personnel platforms mobile Mobile Boom 3b Self propelled booms Push Around Vertical PAV Push around verticals Special SPECIAL Specialist machines The following courses continue unchanged Mast Climbing Work Platforms MCWP Insulated Aerial Devices IAD Telehandler Platforms Integrated TPI Harness Use and Inspection H Loading and Unloading LOAD MEWPs for Managers MM Current PAL Card holders who need to replace lost cards will be issued duplicate cards with the original categories they have been trained in This is because the categories listed on the PAL Card reflect the training received Those who re train or do upgrades from 1 January 2008 onwards will be issued with the new categories Site managers can check the validity of PAL Cards by calling the IPAF office Download PDF 1 5Mb Managing health and safety in construction Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 Approved Code of Practice Download PDF 846K CDM Red amber and green lists Red amber and green lists are practical aides to designers on what to eliminate avoid and what to encourage Download PDF 46K STRATEGIC FORUM PLANT SAFETY GROUP SAFETY NOTICE FOR OPERATORS 16 11 09 Issued by Construction Plant hire Association for the Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group SAFETY NOTICE Ten points you should be aware of now Download PDF 133K Safe Use of Quick Hitches on Excavators Every year the construction industry is responsible for causing deaths and serious injury The industry has done much to improve its performance which I welcome but there is still room for improvement Our industry is innovative and is constantly evolving new equipment and processes to increase efficiency This has consequences for site management who must ensure that operators are competent capable of operating equipment safely and are following safe working procedures A quick hitch also known as a quick coupler saves time and makes an excavator a far more versatile piece of construction equipment When used safely quick hitches reduce the risk of injuries through manual handling and crushing during the bucket changing process whilst also giving benefits in improved productivity Download PDF 495K The absolutely essential Health and Saftey Toolkit This toolkit provides a ready checklist for health and safety problems on small construction sites It will help you to manage or avoid them and to ensure your own health and safety as well as the health and safety of the people who work for you your clients and others such as the public The toolkit also acts as a signpost to more detailed advice While substantial improvements have been made in construction health and safety since the 2001 Construction Summit it is sadly the case that every week one person is killed on a construction site and many more are injured or suffer health problems Twice as many workers are made ill by work than are injured Each death is one too many and simple measures can prevent them Make use of this toolkit If we all work together we can make the construction industry a healthier and safer place to work in Download PDF 608Kb Health and safety in construction This is the third edition of Health and safety in construction It has been updated and expanded in the light of new legislation in particular the Work at Height Regulations 2005 It also features new information on recent advances and examples of good practice in the construction industry This book is aimed at the small contractor but also applies to everyone involved in construction It provides help and assistance on how to work safely on most tasks you will encounter It will also help to identify the main causes of accidents and ill health and explains how to eliminate hazards and control risks The guidance is simple but comprehensive The solutions are straightforward and easy to adopt Download PDF 3 61Mb More than half of serious fall injuries such as fractured skulls broken bones and severe cuts are caused by falling from below head height Download PDF 119K More than half of serious fall injuries such as fractured skulls broken bones and severe cuts are caused by falling from below head height Download PDF 58K This information will help you identify when you or people you are responsible for are working at height and the issues you need to think about Download PDF 119K This document is written for employers the self employed and anyone who works at height It tells you what you need to do to comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 as amended by the Work at Height Amendment Regulations 2007 The Regulations apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury Download PDF 94K If you need to do minor maintenance work on a roof this information will help you plan a safe method of work Download PDF 103K This document is written for employers the self employed and anyone who works at height It tells you what you need to do to comply with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 as amended by the Work at Height Amendment Regulations 2007 The Regulations apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury Download PDF 94K HSE Minor roof maintenance work Protecting against falls What is it Minor roof maintenance work is a task which can be completed in a matter of minutes not hours is infrequent only needs one or two people does not involve difficult work eg heavy or awkward loads and only involves a small area For example replacing a couple of roof slates Working from roofs is specialised work and should only be done by competent people using a method of work specific to the job with appropriate supervision and monitoring Other types of roof work which take longer are larger in scale or more difficult need to have higher standards of fall protection eg suitable scaffolding Download PDF 102KB HSE Selecting using and maintaining personal fall protection equipment What is personal fall protection equipment There are several types of personal fall protection systems and equipment Users of these systems require high levels of training and appropriate close supervision work restraint systems and equipment will include a lanyard which must be adjusted or set to a fixed length to prevent the user physically getting to a place where they could fall eg a roof edge or fragile surface work positioning systems and equipment enable the user to work in tension or suspension to prevent or limit a fall eg a boatswain s chair or linesman A back up system is needed in case the main support fails rope access systems use two ropes a working rope and a safety rope each secured to a reliable anchor The user s harness is attached to both ropes in such a way they can get to and from the work area and the risk of falling is prevented or limited This type of system could be used to access the side of a tall building where a cradle cannot be used fall arrest systems and equipment limit the impact force of a fall on the user and prevent them hitting the ground The anchor point should be as high as possible above the feet of the user to limit the distance of the fall Equipment should be regularly inspected for wear and damage Download PDF 108KB HSE Selecting competent contractors for work at height Are you responsible for maintaining a building or a piece of plant Does this involve the need to work at height Tasks might include gutter cleaning painting roof repairs or servicing plant and electrical equipment If you are you need to make sure any contractors you use for this work are competent to work at height Selecting contractors Identify the work that needs to be done This will help you decide the sort of contractor you need and the type of competence you will expect them to have Ask the following questions to help you decide if the contractor is competent to do the work you need them to do Download PDF 93KB Selecting equipment for work at height What factors do you need to consider Working conditions When deciding which type of equipment is most suitable for a particular task consider the following slopes or poor ground conditions obstructions eg steelwork or overhangs fragile surfaces floor loading Distance to be climbed Portable ladders are less suitable for higher climbs particularly if loads are carried Where possible provide temporary stairs or scaffold access towers with internal stairs rather than portable ladders Duration and frequency of use Longer duration or regular jobs generally justify a better standard of fall protection eg a tower scaffold podium step or cherry picker rather than a ladder or stepladder A ladder or stepladder may be acceptable for short duration tasks eg replacing a light bulb when building a tower or podium would not be reasonable because the task itself takes only a few seconds to do But installing several rows of light bulbs or fluorescent strips in a false ceiling refurbishment may justify the use of a tower or podium steps because the task takes longer Download PDF 118 KB Work at height means work in any place where if precautions were not taken a person could fall down and injure themselves If you work above ground level could fall from an edge through an opening or fragile surface or could fall from ground level into an opening in a floor or hole in the ground you will be working at height because you can fall from one level to another Download PDF 119 KB This information sheet is aimed at those responsible for selecting specifying and managing mobile elevating work platforms MEWPs on site and should be read alongside Preventing falls from boomtype mobile elevating work platforms 1 It tells you what you should consider before selecting a MEWP to gain access to work at height and the risks that need to be managed while the MEWP is in use All types of MEWPs are covered by this guidance including ones that are vertical scissor lift selfpropelled boom vehiclemounted boom and trailermounted boom This information sheet has been produced in consultation with the International Powered Access Federation Ltd IPAF the Construction Planthire Association and the British Constructional Steelwork Association Download PDF 259K Working on a roof can be dangerous Falls account for more deaths and serious injuries in construction than anything else and roofers account for 24 the biggest category of worker by far of those people who are killed in all falls from height Any fall from a roof inevitably involves at least a serious injury The risks are substantial however long or short the work Many have been killed who only meant to be on the roof for a few minutes to have a quick look or to carry out a small repair This leaflet is aimed at people who actually carry out roof work or are directly responsible for managing or supervising it It sets out key safeguards but more detailed information is contained in Health and safety in roof work HSG33 Falls occur from the edges of roofs through gaps or holes in roofs and through fragile roof materials and roof lights In addition many people have been seriously injured by material falling or thrown from roofs Download PDF 287K Selecting competent contractors for working at height The more complex and potentially dangerous the activities the more likely it is that the answers and information will need to be recorded As the client you will be responsible for checking that any contractor you appoint is competent to do the work safely Work which involves greater risks eg work on roofs will need more thorough checks to ensure that the contractor has the necessary skills and knowledge Once you have selected a competent contractor you

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  • Facelift Machine Library
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  • Facelift Picture Library
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  • Facelift Video Library
    Skylift working at Wakehurst Place type Flash size 25 9mb view video Denka DL22N type Flash size 99 1MB view video Facelift install Wakehurst Christmas tree lights type MP4 size view video GSR Pantel 29M type size view video Haulotte Compact 10 DX type Flash size view video Haulotte Compact 10N type Flash size view video Haulotte Compact 12 type Flash size view video Haulotte Compact 12 DX type size view video Haulotte H21TX type Flash size view video Haulotte H23 TPX type size view video Haulotte H25 TPX type size view video Haulotte HA16 SPX type size view video Haulotte HA260 PX type size view video Nifty 120 facelift demonstration type Flash size 12 8 Mb view video Nifty 170 facelift demonstration type Flash size 12 8 Mb view video Nifty 90 facelift demonstration type Flash size view video Nifty X Trax 12 facelift demonstration type Flash size 13 2 Mb view video Prototype hydro acesss platform type Flash size N A view video Razadeck type Flash size 7 1Mb view video The Hammer King type Windows Media Video size 3MB view video The Pylon Men 1966 type size view video When Cherry Pickers won t reach type Windows

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  • Facelift Rogues Gallery
    would like to know more about Facelift training courses for working at height please Contact the Training team High Risk Work at height fail Work at height fail Height safety training needed Height safety training needed Height safety training needed Scaffold caught in the wind Needs IPAF and Ladder training Really steep roof Nerves of steel Work at height rogue I hope your belt is tight Get proper confined spaces training He has a lot of low level strength He d rather risk his life than see the light use the right kit for the job An impressive but mental sofa delivery service The four stooges get a cherrypicker or scissor lift instead Terrifying chimney work Get the proper equipment and save your life That will go horribly wrong Get some decent fall protection Don t tip your picker Forking stupid 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Next Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check Training FAQs Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Find your

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