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Thread: New rules for 'larger' workers on offshore helicopter flights

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    Inchinnan. What you doing, inspection?

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    Small World Bro…Adv Scaff 05/01/15 + Adv Scaff Insp ( SITS ) 12/02/15…

    Will you be Instructing the Courses ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbysupascaff View Post
    mr reade im the same height wise ( not weight tho lol ) but have always been crippled with t rex arms and i struggle to put the top handrail in off the scaffstep!!!!!!!! and im usually the shortest in a gang all i do is put it at bottom hanrail heght and once up there quickly push it up havnt been done for it............... yet lol
    My weight is correct for a taller man (all be it a much taller man) which indicates I'm not a fat f**er just a short one. I too suffer from short arms as do most of my work force reaching the ledger is not so much the problem, getting the cup open and closed and popping the ledger between the legs is.
    Not a problem faced in t&f as you can do the fitting at chest height and slide it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garry Adams View Post
    Small World Bro…Adv Scaff 05/01/15 + Adv Scaff Insp ( SITS ) 12/02/15…

    Will you be Instructing the Courses ???

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    Probably not. You have to instruct in stages much like you would to get your tickets and I'm afraid I'm still very much part 1. You will be in very good hands though, especially for the first course.

    I'll get a yap with you when your down though.

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