We have introduced the safe bucket drawstring on our site, for use in the cradles and mast climbers.
This system is proving to be very helpful in allowing operatives to be free of tools tethered to themselves. The bag itself is tethered to the cradle or mast climber, and then within the bag there are tethering points on bungees that all tools can be attached to. This allows the operative to carry less weight and move around more easily. The bag also has a clever drawstring system that closes the bag if it is knocked over.
We are also using small parts pouches onsite in order to allow various trades (e.g. dry-lining, plumbers, electricians) to tether to their work belts and hold small items such as screws, fittings, nuts or bolts. What makes this so useful is the fact that there is a neoprene lining inside the bag that prevents any objects falling out, even if turned upside down. It self seals immediately, yet an operative can put their hand in to pull out the items without a zip or Velcro. It acts similarly to a one-way valve.
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Entry submitted by Berkeley Homes (North East London).
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