Tilt-tables

Sites should be constantly looking for new ways to improve current safety systems that are in place.

Learning from accidents and injuries on site, will help address issues and potential risks.

Working at height remains an area of high risk within the construction industry and improved working methods should be sought, whenever possible.

  • A ’tilt-table’ was designed and constructed, in order to allow the manufacture of very heavy and dense rebar wall cages in the horizontal position, to then be tilted upwards for fixing vertically;
  • This reduced working at height and manual handling.

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Considerate Constructors Scheme, Site Registration Examples of Innovation, 2014


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