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  • CPC - Professional Module / Manual Handling / Work at Height Courses
    height Course ref MH1 IS6 WAH Contact the Training Team One day course covering Course registration Course introduction Manual Handling module What is Manual Handling Manual Handling Injuries Legislation Responsibilities Risk Assessment Safer Handling Practical Session Course Evaluation Work at Height module Legislation Regulations Guidance Theory Assessment Course Evaluation Course Finish The course duration is 7 hours excluding registration theory assessment and breaks Upon completion of the course delegates will be awarded an Inativ certificate confirming attendance worth 7 hours towards their CPC hours and a PASMA Work at Height Certificate and ID Card for 5 years The one day course costs just 160 per person Courses can take place on your own premises subject to certain criteria or at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle Liverpool Birmingham East London South London Hickstead West Sussex Ashford Kent Southampton Indoor Training Centre We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course Contact the Training Team 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

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/training/cpc-manual-handling-work-height.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • CPC - Professional Module / Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) CPC Training Module
    day course covering Course registration Course introduction Types Of Machines And Categories Structural Parts Of Machine Regulations And Guidance Pre Use Inspections Handovers Safe Operating Methods Hazards Quiz MEWP Familiarisation Course Evaluation Course Finish The course duration is 7 hours excluding registration and breaks Upon completion of the course delegates will be awarded an Inativ certificate confirming attendance worth 7 hours towards their CPC hours The one day course costs just 80 per person Courses can take place on your own premises subject to certain criteria or at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle Liverpool Birmingham East London South London Hickstead West Sussex Ashford Kent Southampton Indoor Training Centre We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course Contact the Training Team 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 nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in the UK Contact the Hire team Facelift training courses New courses CPC Driver Hours Asbestos

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/training/cpc-mewp.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • CPC - Professional Module / MEWPs for Managers Course
    1974 Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 Afternoon Personal Protective Equipment PPE at Work Regulations 1992 Work At Height Regulations 2005 Additional Regulations Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Theory assessment Course Evaluation Course Finish The course duration is 7 hours excluding registration theory assessment and breaks Upon completion of the course delegates will be awarded an Inativ certificate confirming attendance worth 7 hours towards their CPC hours and an IPAF MEWP for managers certificate valid for 5 years The one day course costs just 220 per person Courses can take place on your own premises subject to certain criteria or at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle Liverpool Birmingham East London South London Hickstead West Sussex Ashford Kent Southampton Indoor Training Centre We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course Contact the Training Team 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 nearest depot As members of Access Link

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/training/cpc-mewps-for-managers.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • CPC - Professional Module / Standard Mobile Access Tower Course
    Introduction to Mobile Access Towers Tower Assembly Stability Safe Use of Towers Repositioning Towers Tower Inspection Care Maintenance Tower Dismantle Regulations and Standards Course Evaluation Course Finish The course duration is 7 hours excluding registration theory assessment and breaks Upon completion of the course delegates will be awarded an Inativ certificate confirming attendance worth 7 hours towards their CPC hours and a PASMA Work at Height certificate and ID Card for 5 years The one day course costs just 200 per person Courses can take place on your own premises subject to certain criteria or at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle Liverpool Birmingham East London South London Hickstead West Sussex Ashford Kent Southampton Indoor Training Centre We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course Contact the Training Team 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 nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in the UK Contact the Hire team Facelift

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/training/cpc-mobile-access-tower.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • CPC - Professional Module / Management of Mobile Access Tower Course
    Towers Legislation Regulations Guidance Theory Assessment References to Code of Practice current best practices Inspection of complete Access Tower Completion of Inspection Records Hazards effecting the use of Access Towers Course Evaluation Course Finish The course duration is 7 hours excluding registration theory assessment and breaks Upon completion of the course delegates will be awarded an Inativ certificate confirming attendance worth 7 hours towards their CPC hours and a PASMA Work at Height Certificate and ID Card for 5 years The one day course costs just 200 per person Courses can take place on your own premises subject to certain criteria or at one of our training centres situated in Newcastle Liverpool Birmingham East London South London Hickstead West Sussex Ashford Kent Southampton Indoor Training Centre We can also carry out on site training when there is a minimum of 10 delegates attending the course Contact the Training Team 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 nearest depot As members of Access Link we can source any machine for you in

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/training/cpc-management-mobile-access-tower.cfm (2016-02-13)
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  • News: Company director fined after worker falls through skylight.
    Company director fined after worker falls through skylight 2 February 2016 Email this article The company director of a sash restoration company has been fined for safety failings after a worker fell three metres through an unprotected skylight Salisbury Magistrates Court heard how on the in July 2014 an employee of the Sash Restoration Company Dorset Limited fell through an unprotected skylight while replacing sash windows on a large manor house breaking his wrist when landing The Health and Safety Executive found that the work was not adequately planned to take account of the risk of working near to a fragile surface The incident was not reported by the company and only came to HSE s attention following a query about the incident from an unnamed source David Richard Garrett Director of Sash Restoration Company Dorset Limited of Henford Road Ensbury Park Bournemouth was fined a total of 3 300 with costs of 1 526 after pleading guilty to an offence under Regulation 9 2 of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and Regulation 4 1 of RIDDOR Reporting of Injuries Disease and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Pin It Latest News

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/news/company-director-fined-after-worker-falls-through-skylight (2016-02-13)
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  • Facelift Sitemap for Facelift News
    one of Cheltenham s oldest churches IPAF releases half year results for accident reporting project Stoptober Stop risking your life exclusive offer for Facelift customers Celebrating Simon Aerial Work Platforms CPC Deadline has passed 10 things you need to know Firms in court after Liverpool worker s life threatening roof fall Firm fined after dairy worker seriously injured in fall Brothers given custodial sentence for exposing workers to asbestos Moog 230 put to the test on the River Tweed Woman in toilet has narrow escape as scaffolding collapses 40 years of the Health Safety at Work Act New pocket card from the Access Industry Forum Emissions restrictions on plant in London Worker death on Eastbourne Pier ZT a leading light for Bouygues Don t let Health and Safety rules spoil the fun says minister Need first aid training Why not combine it with CPC Quality of service wins new sales for Facelift Cambridgeshire company and director in court after scaffold falls into street Salad grower fined after employee fall Construction firms fined after workers hurt in scaffold collapse Who you gonna call Myth busters Paul Standing appointed Managing Director of Facelift Access Hire IPAF celebrates half a million PAL Cards Construction on the up 7 4 says Glenigan HSE halts work at Dawn French s mansion after safety fears Sky s the limit Facelift invests in 24 new Skyjacks CPC Courses Time is running out One in six construction sites fail to prevent health risks Tips for managing MEWPS from IPAF New confined spaces course launched New Confined Spaces training courses Secondary guarding devices caution urged Caught on camera careless scaffolders working at height Selfish self interest leads to death of worker Firm sentenced after worker paralysed in fall HSE s 40 year old Act s rules are founded on common sense but they ve been hijacked by jobsworths Healthy workplace campaign focuses on stress IPAF turns 30 First PASMA CoreSkills talk to focus on safe towers Facelift opens Ashford Kent depot Facelift trains 60 000th candidate Coming soon PASMA tower course for advanced users In a tight spot Look no further for specialist confined space equipment Construction firm fined after worker s roof light fall Asbestos firm s errors exposed workers to hidden killer Fines imposed after reckless ladder work was caught on camera New machines What are the fuel economics CPC Deadline fast approaching New drivers What you need to know about CPC When don t you need a CPC Get competent with the CPA Sales for Facelift at Vertikal New inspections guidance from IPAF will help keep equipment safe September 2014 deadline for CPC Driver training Aberdeen firms fined after worker s fall Roofers fined after being spotted working unsafely Company in court after man falls from summer house roof Record rise in construction job vacancies PASMA launches new safety campaign IPAF video shows how reporting helps to keep the industry safe Vertikal Days 2014 returns to Haydock Park F100 winner Well done Lesley See the Ascendant 12 5VM at Vertikal 2014 Providing a platform at Baroque the Streets Access A star is born IAPA Awards winners named Date announced for AIF working at height Twitter symposium Caravan firm in court after worker injured in fall Bristol developer prosecuted after exposing employees to asbestos Cornwall council and building company fined after fragile roof fall Banksy s Kissing Coppers resurface in Brighton IPAF staff take the PAL challenge South East Asia expansion for IPAF Kris Desmedt wins Access Photograph of the year competition Two major orders of new machines for our sales manager Congratulations F100 winner Dave Turner Facelift hits new heights with 3 5 million investment in new products PASMA guidance Using mobile access towers in bad weather 182 000 new jobs expected in construction Half a million valid PAL Cards in use worldwide Facelift shares column inches with the Queen Facelift Hickstead helping to keep cyclists safe with FORS accreditation Three firms in the dock after asbestos failings Cardiff contractors in court over worker s roof plunge Suspended prison sentence for builder after bricklayer paralysed by fall Window replacement firm fined for school asbestos dangers Chancer in Belgium Window replacement firm fined for school asbestos dangers Recent storm weather takes a further toll on Brighton s West Pier IAPA shortlist announced Overhaul of guidance to help 10 million working at height Better accident reporting boosts statistics Facelift boosts Driver Certificate of Professional Competence CPC training offer Facelift on the up as it appoints new chairman and moves toward franchising Safety products are top of the shops PASMA hitting new heights with record breaking training numbers ZT Safety announces Swedish Distributor Speakers confirmed for prestigious IPAF Summit Plymouth roofer fined for employee s fall from ladder Firm fined 250 000 over worker fall death at Wythenshawe warehouse Cheshire cheese firm fined after worker falls from forklift There was a 10 rise last year in the number of people taking courses in the safe use of mobile access towers the industry s trade association says New Course Asbestos Awareness Training Farming company fined after worker seriously injured in roof fall HSE revised guidelines on asbestos management Firm prosecuted after scaffold collapse in shopping centre Health board fined for asbestos failings ROSPA celebrates achievements in annual report Stay safe around asbestos with Facelift Smart PAL Card from IPAF set to improve site safety The writings on the wall A year of safety posters from Facelift First ever spec for low level work platforms produced Construction skills shortfall puts 62 000 jobs on the line Zoom in on 1000 with the IAPA Photo competition Kent building firm fined after worker falls through garage roof One of our best sellers for 2013 The Accon Block Pre Inspection Safety Poster F100 Winner Congratulations Belinda Davies Stay indoors IPAF PASMA and ladder training Ladder Association Festive five safety tips Christmas lights camera action Facelift featured in Ridley Scott Associates film Facelift Mo Bros Vote for your favourite Ever wondered about the inspiration for ZT s designs IPAF HSE not doing enough after fatal powered access accident 10 m worth of help to fund construction skills in UK Cities New UK map of bogus elf and safety excuses Londoners report most jobsworth decisions to myth buster panel St Helens healthcare firm sentenced over fatal fall Milton Keynes roofing firm fined for ladder fall death Firm fined after chimney sweep injured in fall Stay indoors all weather training facilities PAL advanced operator training now compulsory Give yourself a helping hand WAH Poster Blackburn builders merchant fined after failing to check worker was competent Surrey firm shopped by the public for unsafe working at height Safety failings led to fractured skull for new worker Ladder training on the up Nearly half of refurb sites are unsafe says HSE ZT put safety first at the A A trade fair New Facelift depot opens in Ashford Steps to success We want your old ladders Movember Asbestos The hidden killer St Jude s Day storm The aftermath IPAF PASMA Instructor required for the Facelift Purfleet Training Centre Less Power More Access The Monkey Tower Mini Step change for Facelift customers Ladder Exchange a big success Banger racing with IPAF UK Download your new Facelift Access Guide Facelift makes survey difficulties a thing of the past at National History Museum Live in West Sussex Get help greening your business Oh snappy day Your picture could win 1000 Euros in the IAPA Photo competition F100 winner Gareth Johnson The weighty issue of safety harnesses A tight squeeze British Safety Council launches safety and environment awards UK construction industry facing skills time bomb Firm fined after worker falls eleven feet through roof Builder pays price after career ending mezzanine floor fall Company prosecuted for worker fall failings New Poster You must be competent Don t over reach on ladders says new Facelift poster More Elf and Safety excuses exposes by HSE Wedding venue celebrates finding access solution Accident log shows rise in mobile platform deaths F100 winner Congratulation to Kenny Ingram Big savings for Facelift customers in the Ladder Exchange New guidance to help with health and safety CITB announces plans that will make it fit for the future Construction firm fined after worker is seriously hurt in fall Builder fined after worker suffers life changing injuries in fall Kent firm in court over building site shambles PASMA cracks down on unsafe low level platforms with minimum safety standard Introducing the RazaDeck 200 CITB grants for IPAF members ZT Safety introduces the all in one ZT Universal Harness White van man targeted by VOSA in new campaign Facelift makes a royal splash What bright spark thought of that Wedding venue celebrates IPAF PASMA and Ladder training courses count towards Driver CPC training F100 Photo Competition Winner Simon Davis Slips and Trips New poster explains the risks Worker is left paralysed after roof fall in Swindon Employee falls through roof at vending machine supplier UK and Ireland in reciprocal certificate of competence arrangement CITB inject 30m into industry to incentivise training Sales team hits the spot yet again Facelift assists with Fourth Plinth Cockerel Sculpture UKCG makes PAL advanced operator training compulsory IPAF PASMA and Ladder course can all count towards Driver CPC training HSE publishes details of proposed RIDDOR changes HSE interactive package to help workers watch their STEP Workplace fatality figures still not good enough says Hackitt Scaffolding firm sentenced over worker s death Ascendant 17 3 5 tonne trucks available UKCG makes PAL advanced operator training compulsory Match made in heaven Finally We have used Ascendant A17 12 s available F100 Photo competition Steve Hines this month winner New poster warns of the dangers of working on fragile roofs Multitel Monastery Maintenance in action Haulage company fined after worker s fall Kent grandfather dies after plunging through skylight IPAF analysis reveals delivery drivers most at risk from MEWP accidents IPAF develops new links with Strategic Forum and CPA Facelift adds to fleet at Vertikal Days Do you have a machine to sell Do it with Facelift Sold Facelift holds online auction Coming up roses Facelift help in survey at Kew Gardens Access Equipment lines the sky at Vertikal Days event at Haydock Park Industry Consultant Peter Jones newly appointed as Technical Director of Facelift Wigan worker falls through sports hall roof Worker paralysed after roof fall Vertikal Days 2013 this week Haydock Park Online Auction this week Viewing days 26th 27th June Free Safety Poster WAH Ground Conditions Facelift recognised in national sustainability awards F100 Photo Competition Richard Litherland Multitels make short work of monastery maintenance Niftylift bags two Queen s Awards Going Green Simple steps with big rewards Facelift welcomes back an old friend PASMA introduces new highway guidance notes Two men arrested in crackdown on card scheme criminals Scaffolder prosecuted after neglecting vital safety measures Man falls through pig shed roof as he installs solar panels in York Access gets arty in East London Man jailed after collective failures led to death of worker PASMA Highway Guidance Notes F100 Winner April Greg Bromley Runaway lorry leads to worker s death HSE strikes back at jobsworths Illuminations company fined after employee fall Facelift at Bauma 2013 Munich Facelift purchase two hot of the press Genie SX 180 Get Me Home Safely one for the Goody Bag New High Winds poster launched Good news for construction sector as Growth and Infrastructure Act passed CITB launches Construction4Growth campaign First IPAF iPad winner announced Facelift photography makes it into Trafalgar Square Cafe IPAF takes Bauma to task over exhibition s circus rides West Cornwall builder fined for neglecting welfare of workers First iPad Winner collects his prize Sizzling Scissor Lift Summer Offer First ever US IAPAs a great success Facelift team go nuts for Home start CHAMS Halesowen firm in the dock following apprentice s fall One in five construction sites fall foul of HSE Coventry housing association fined after safety failings Facelift shortlisted for Guardian Sustainable Business Awards New poster warns of danger of entrapment Staying safe on MEWPs ZT develop new range of harness ready outerwear Introducing the Multitel SMX 225 and the SMX250 Lightening the load UKCG considering making PAL Plus training mandatory Introducing new PASMA cards F100 Winner March Craig Kesteven Free PASMA Training from Facelift New PASMA Cards and Certificates Work at height safety poster Pylons The writing s on the wall with Facelift The New X Trax 120TN and 170 Nifty by nature Firm fined after failings in Newcastle City Centre Little brother is watching you HSE Inspector snaps rogue company Working at height top of the agenda at Safety and Health Expo 2013 Facelift gives Earl Grey a new look in Newcastle ZT Safety Systems introduce the ZT Dual Harness Countdown to IAPA Awards Not for the faint of heart Congratulations to Scott Drury F100 Winner HSE Report identifies serious knowledge gaps about the risks of entrapment Firm fined after worker falls through roof in London HSE targets London sites in safety drive Win an Apple iPad Be seen Safety Poster More needs to be done to include SMEs in Green Deal says FMB The Green Deal Explained New innovations Focus on the H217 Hybrid 4X4 from Niftylift Guardian Sustainable Business Awards Easy to enter CITB ConstructionSkills unveils three year plan Congratulations to Sarah Carlin F100 winner January Pasma training on the up 20 in 2012 Record training for IPAF 2012 Company fined after member of public alerts HSE Worlds first telescopic podium 325 VAT HSE responds to SpongeBob SquarePants Christmas Lights Story Worker falls 4 5m from scaffold tower during Gym Refurb Making safety your New Year s resolution MEWPS for Managers Get snappy and win 1000 Euros IAPA Photo competition UK s biggest idiot on ladder crowned 2012 Highlights Some of our favourite stories Join Team Facelift in 2013 Who you gonna call Myth busters December s Prosecutions Firms still ignoring health and safety HSE say firms must do better F100 Winner for December Bruce Johnson Facelift reaching the top of the news agenda Maintenance IPAF Panel discusses maintenance problems in the industry Ladder training course offered to ladder idiot February 1st deadline for IAPA Photo competition Wishing all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Thanks for the feedback OST Energy New kit for the New Year David Batchelor f100 Winner Every little bit of kit from Facelift helps Not for the faint hearted A star is born Ewan Smith in the spotlight Facelift s festive magic All in a day s work Falls from height up 140 per cent says Building Safety Group 1000 Prize Access Photograph of the Year Competition Why Fork Lift Trucks shouldn t be used to transport people Ignored warnings lead to fatality in Swansea Firm prosecuted after man falls from height at ground level Lives risked on scaffolding Revamp for health and safety advice from HSE The ZT Overtrouser Safety Harness Facelift is hiring Christmas Ladder Sale Facelift put up the most important Christmas decorations in the country Facelift Access Hire opens New Liverpool Training Centre British Safety Group reports rise in falls from height Ex demonstration van mounts for sale Lucky winner receives 1500 worth of Holiday Vouchers Congratulations Euan F100 winner for October Gordon s been nicked locked up and they ve thrown away the key Nelson s eye view over London Winners announced at health and safety Oscars When I m cleaning windows Broken Bones Lost Teeth Psychological Damage Howay the Ladders IPAF releases worldwide MEWP accident data Up on the roof Reaching the parts others cannot Government to launch building standards review The Height of Stupidity Ladder Association Campaign Don t try this at home Street entertainer with no supporting act Facelift Photography Trafalgar Square Our new Bronto S50XDT J at St Hughs Monastery Parkminster F100 Winner September Matt Davies Bronto saurus rex High Fashion Project featured in Cranes and Access Magazine HE AIN T HEAVY NEW HEAVYWEIGHT ZT HARNESS PHOTO CAUSES PROBLEMS FOR GERMAN MANUFACTURER NO BREAKS NO BARRIERS WRONG PARTS NEW BODY TO HELP DRIVE GROWTH OF THE UK POWERED ACCESS INDUSTRY LAST CHANCE TO MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD ON RIDDOR CONSULTATION MANDATORY ACCIDENT REPORTING WILL HELP BOOST SAFETY SAY IPAF CUTTING RED TAPE OR CUTTING CORNERS REGULATIONS SCRAPPED AND INSPECTIONS CUT LIGHTS CAMERA INSPECTION CONSTRUCTION SITES UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT AND NEW SAFETY WEBSITE FROM HSE FACELIFT AND BRONTO S50XDT J REPAIR CARTHUSIAN MONASTERY STEP UP TO SAFETY NEW COURSE FROM THE LADDER ASSOCATION FACE TO FACE WITH A CHINOOK Working with steps and stools New training course Call for entries Basildon Sale 26th September Mark Mercer Photographer comments on Nelson shoot Ladder fall earns politician the nickname Mr Bump HSE Fee for Intervention from October 1st Worker falls through school roof RoSPA disappointed with HSE injury and deaths results Scissor lift driven into recess results in workers death London Removals Job well done Statistics tell a grim story British Safety Council UKCG asks its steel erectors and net riggers to gain the IPAF PAL qualification Your access equipment must have a valid LOLER F100 Winner for August Ladder fall earns politician the nickname Mr Bump UK Contractors Group to support PAL for steel erectors August Offer Trip to New York for two on all Hire and Training bookings Hatwalk event brought to life in London F100 Winner Suze Deakin Should ve used a scissor lift PASMA Demands more in depth analysis to the causes of fatalities in HSE report Nifty X Trax 12 trials the new Aquarius road rail trailer PASMA Publishes 2012 Annual Review Transport Directs Useful Journey Planner Worker caught in 4m fall of concrete and steel collapse Two workers in fall from school roof Chain saw work at height fail Companies fined after 70m scaffold collapse A twenty year old worker falls through barn roof Have your say with HSE review Huge indoor training facility at new Liverpool Depot Win an amazing trip to New York for two people Many thanks to Craig Mann

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  • Facelift Sitemap for Health & Safety downloads
    Managers Traing Course Details 2008 Preventing falls from boom type mobile elevating Autumn 2007 Access Guide Clunk Click Poster Facelift Operators Guide Cranes Planes 5 Steps to Risk Assessment Ladder Guide PDF Toolbox Talk IPAF CPA Harness Press Release A Brief Guide to Working at Height Regulations 2005 Top Tips Cover MEWPS and Tree Work Inspecting Equipment Cover Height Safe Hightimes August 2005 A Guide to Risk Assessment Requirments An

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