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    Health and Safety

    health and safety anyone?

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    * Cringes *

    Erk!

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    I can see the problem - it looks like they've taken the guards off the fan blades :-)

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    Are they off their trolley?????????

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    I can see the two trolleys at the bottom and one balanced across, but what's blokey standing on? Surely the seat on the top shopping trolley wouldn't hold him. Is there another stool or something in the basket too?!!

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    I think it may be one of those trollies with the baby car seat carrier on the top, and he's standing on that.

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    Give them a small bit of credit, he's got someone supporting his trolleys! Often people don't foot ladders when they need them to be footed

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    Looks perfectly safe to me. Large platform area, footed at the base by a co-worker, he's not over-reaching or twisting his body. The only thing potentially missing is a hazard cone

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikChillin View Post
    Are they off their trolley?????????
    very good!

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    Obviously the problem lies with the make of platform. Everyone knows Asda trolleys are only supposed to be used for small men, Tesco trolleys for medium sized men, and Sainsbury's for large men.

    These guys need a Sainsbury's trolley!

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    That is a had one to spot, it looks like the shopping list holder has been modified to be at an unsafe angle.

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    To be perfectly frank....I wouldn't trust any of you with health and safety, having seen your answers to this.

    It is quite obvious to anyone with the merest hint of intelligence that he is a trolley short, and is working at an unsafe height. He should NOT be reaching up, but instead should be crouching down a little.

    The four trolley system is the only correct way!

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    Im inclined to think its shopped, but you never know

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    You are all fools ... how could you miss that he seems to be using a manual screwdriver and is at risk of RSI, so should be using a battery operated electric screwdriver!

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    Poor bloke, being exposed to the muck that is obviously be blown out of the extractors - it's coloured the wall above black, just think what it's doing to his lungs! He should have been given some respiratory gear... that's just shocking.

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