We came up with a lifting eye solution for road plates, which involved cutting a hole in the centre of steel roadplate and a bespoke lifting eye being fitted.
This meant the roadplates can be lifted safely with chains instead of the usual method of using the forks of a forklift which have the tendency to let the roadplate slide and potentially fall from the forks which could cause a risk to others.
This was trialled at the Attleborough Junior School in Norfolk with much success.
Entry submitted by Morgan Sindall
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