Contract award: S1077 Hire of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPS) and Associated Transport without an Operator.
What does EWP stand for?
EWP stands for Elevated Work Platform
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- East West Players (Los Angeles, CA)
- East-West Psychology (California)
- Eastern White Pine
- Education for Working Professionals (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
- Efficacy Working Party (Committee for Proprietary Medicinal Products; EU)
- Einweg-Palette (German: Disposable Pallet)
- Electronic White Pages
- Electronic Work Permit
- Electronic Workpaper
- Electronic Workplace
- Elliot Wave Principal (observed fractal-like repetitions in asset values over time)
- Emergency War Plan
- Emergency Watershed Protection
- Employee Work Profile
- Employee Workplace
- End Water Poverty (est. 2007)
- Engineered Wood Products
- Engineering Work Package
- English Writing Proficiency (various universities)
- Enhanced Working Position
Samples in periodicals archive:
When used safely, mobile elevated work platforms, or cherry pickers, can significantly reduce the risk of injuries from falls from height, but in recent years there has been a significant number of incidents in which workers have been crushed against fixtures or other obstacles, including several fatalities.
Tri-Grain also provides training courses on driving skills, including basic forklift and refresher forklift courses, novice and refresher courses on moving elevated work platforms, as well as novice and refresher ATV courses.
Steel King Industries, manufacturer of materials handling products for warehousing, distribution and manufacturing industries, has recently introduced elevated work platforms or mezzanines for additional in-plant office space, archive/record storage, small parts storage, picking and sorting operations.
The range of courses offered in Polish has been extended to include manual handling, and the use of abrasive wheels and elevated work platforms.
July 6, 2005--"A 15-year old male, employed as a casual helper, and a co-worker were installing metal siding onto a wooden structure while standing on an elevated work platform.
Inspectors will be on the look-out for the correct use of mobile elevated work platforms, tower scaffolds, ladders, step-ladders and safety harnesses.
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act (MIOSHA) alert reminds bungee jumping operators that employees must not be required or allowed to jump from the elevated work platform of a crane.