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that some windows only using appropriate tools, such as elevated work platform, scaffolding reach is.
The Rollgliss[R] R520 Rescue & Escape device can be used from heights of up to 150m from elevated work platforms (EWP's), towers, cranes, buildings or other heights.
Work is usually done from a rope and harness but may involve the use of elevated work platforms.
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.
Ohio Broach's "table-up" broaching machine design eliminates the need for broaching pits and elevated work platforms.