Working at altitude: general
When carrying out renovation tasks, the existing roof structure may be weakened to such an extent that there is a risk of falling through it. Before work is carried out, […]
You should watch the video and note down how many times Bent E puts himself at risk when working at height. This might be because he is not using the […]
Occupational accidents often happen when people fall off ladders or through holes in the ground. A few precautionary measures can reduce the risk of occupational injuries and accidents. Falling from […]
Railings must be 1 m high and include hand, knee and foot rails. Railings must be able to withstand the following loads in between the posts: – Horizontal load of […]
Trestling, boxes, ladders, loose construction elements, etc. must not be used to increase the working height. On rolling scaffolding, all wheels must be braked during use. The brakes must be […]
Who is responsible for ensuring that the correct railings are set up?
Have you worked at height? How?
Flying high is all very well, but the ground is a long way off! As they say. When working on scaffolding, it is important to be fully conversant with how […]
Have you ever tried something similar yourself? Or do you know someone who has? What did you do? Click on the news headline and read through the task with a […]