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With Great Powered Access Comes Great Responsibility

With Great Powered Access Comes Great Responsibility

Tony Lock, Service Manager at access platform service and repair specialist, PSR, explains how to keep your powered access equipment legally compliant and in the optimum condition. The first self-propelled scissor lifts and booms were launched in the mid-1970s. Fast forward 40 years and there is now a huge range of powered access products designed […]

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Facilities Management Raises its Game

Facilities Management Raises its Game

When it comes to looking after access equipment, every sector has its own unique character. Facilities management (FM) is a huge and varied sector, where our contracts range from electric scissor lift maintenance for one of Britain’s biggest supermarkets, to looking after a high value tracked boom lift for a world famous cathedral. Most of […]

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Work At Height – A Brief Guide

Work At Height – A Brief Guide

Work at height means work in any place where, if there where no precautions in place, a person could fall from a distance liable to cause personal injury. Following this guidance is normally enough to comply with the Work At Height Regulations 2005. Read about your duty as an employer and what you need to do to […]

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The Work At Height Regulations 2005

The Work At Height Regulations 2005

Falls from height remain the single biggest cause of workplace deaths, and one of the main causes of major injury. This document summarises what you need to do to comply with the Work At Height Regulations 2015. It’s written for employees, the self-employed and anyone who works at height, where this is a risk of a fall […]

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