Working at Height Manager

The first dedicated ‘’working at height’’ manager supervised the assembly of a large piece of hanging scaffold which was lifted above a wash tower and lowered into position.

This eliminated 70% of the working at height involved with the project.

Mace also encouraged its supply-chain to reduce risks which led to its scaffolding contractor producing a hop-up platform that has reduced the risk of falling materials and manual handling.

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Monitor report. Mace. London. August 2019.


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