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    Combisafe step up is what you are looking for lol, I use them every day

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    Thats what we use as well.
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    We use them too but not that well received by the price gangs , i havent invested in advance guardrail yet as looks to flimsy , and is dear

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    Paddy have you got any pictures of these advanced rails, steps etc, seem to be loosing touch with stuff while offshore, regards Bob.

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    Scootay45,

    You will find them in the SG4:05 or your little hand book SG4:You User Guide.

    Here is some telescopic versions.
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    Bob

    here is a link for further info mate,http://v35.up1.universalpixel.com/am...ix%20A_web.pdf

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    I've been using a step-up system for about 8 months.. Like hard hats and harness's and safety specs you get used to them. They are fairly good, but you you still have to revert to the tunnelling method and traversing at certain points in erecting. Nothing is 100% foolproof.

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    James

    That is why we have formed the Committee for consultation rights mate, your views are A1 m8
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    Like most guys, i can offer my own opinion based on my own personal experiences, (although limited) i would input on the consultation rights, given i could make myself available at the arranged date & time.

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    Lads, just a quick one on this old thread, when using advanced guard railing with these steps do you think the steps totally eliminate the risk of a fall or reduce it. Make a mistake and you're still in trouble. Reason I'm asking is an over side job off shore has just been classified as inboard because of these advanced guardrails. Nightshift offshore and falls to sea with no standby boat for me is unthinkable. Opinions vary but I'm totally against it.

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