mobile scaffold

mobile scaffold

A portable rolling scaffold supported by casters.
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They were able to build and dismantle the mobile scaffold and gain confidence in working from an elevated position.
Facade scaffold system, scaffold for reinforcement steel assembly and mobile scaffold towers
A more suitable means of accessing the top of the door should have been used such as a mobile scaffold or a cherry picker.
They learnt about health and safety on a construction site, as well as operating plant machinery including a 360 excavator and changed a giant wheel of a JCB, erected a mobile scaffold tower.
MY DAD painted the outside of our house and hired a mobile scaffold tower to do it, which had four wheels, brakes and stabilisers.
Dex, cuffed and chained to a mobile scaffold tower centre stage, is the focus of their displeasure.
660 m mobile scaffold, height of the uppermost scaffold level 4 m, in the building, work surface over 5 to 10 m2, scaffolding layers with side protection: 2 pieces
* Mobile scaffolds, scissor lifts or other elevated work plat- forms that are equipped with guardrails and additional protective gear.
"The Power Towers range of products are lightweight push-around and self-propelled machines that allow work to be completed safer, faster and with less resources, when compared to using steps, ladders or mobile scaffolds," Ellis says.
DOE said that in response to the event, SRNS temporarily suspended all work on mobile scaffolds at SRS "while the appropriate investigations and assessments were completed."
Between 2006 and 2011 there were three fatalities and 250 injuries involving fixed or mobile scaffolds in Worcestershire, Warwickshire and the West Midlands.

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