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Free Technical Day at SpanSet - work at height
« on: June 07, 2019, 09:49:32 am »

As many cavers work 'at height', I thought this may be of interest...and it's free   ;D



FREE TECHNICAL DAY EVENT - Solutions for the Construction Industry!

SpanSet and Working Well Together (WWT) have joined forces for this next Technical Day.

The aims of the event are to raise awareness of the use of safety equipment, related risks when working at height and provide the latest advice and guidance.

If you regularly put people to work at height using safety equipment, supervise, use, manage are a contractor or self-employed then this free half day event is for you.

The format for these events is lunch then an afternoon of practical 'real life' demonstrations and expert advice from the SpanSet Team.

What's included?

The event includes the following practical demonstrations and expert advice from the SpanSet team:

Inspection - Static tests to illustrate the effects of wear and tear on different sling construction styles.

Safe Lifting - locking pulley systems to control manual hauling operations and prevent accidents.

First Response Rescue - Pre-asssembled remote rescue kits for emergency recovery of suspended casualties by first responders.

Emergency Planning for high level structures - Emergency evacuation and first response rescue for high level structures such as tower cranes.

WalkAbout Access System - Temporary tension platforms as a low impact access solution for construction and building maintenance.

Innovative Low Clearance Height Solution - Hybrid lanyards developed as the next generation of energy absorbing lanyards.

For more information or reserve a place click this link:

https://mailchi.mp/spanset/wwt-technical-day-working-at-height-safely

 

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Re: Free Technical Day at SpanSet - work at height
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2019, 03:31:17 pm »
Bump  :)