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    Been told going to have to use step up for a job comeing up is there a certain sequence to use it to make life easier and whats measurement of hand rail height for to hook over and anything else worth knowing

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    Top guardrail is 42/43" bolt to bolt from ledger mate. No difference from normal handrail height.

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    Look our for the manufactures instructions from the supplier or download the free copy of sg4:15 from the nasc website ' i'm sure theres something in there if not you'll have ti insert a section into your RAMs once youve completed a risk assesment on their use

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    Be sure to bring to attention in your rams that you will be moving from a fully boarded lift of 45" to a step of 18" which is basically classed as a step ladder. Which in itself is regulated for light duty only .
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    Scaff step ain't a new thing should be already using it and know what heights you need!!!
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    Why should he be using it already ?

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    I Have Used It Once Steve, When I Was Subbieing To Interslave We Had To Buy Them They Have Sat In My Garage Ever Since The Safety Bloke Decided They Were Not Compatible With Kwikstage, Suits Us , We Just Use The Short Lift That Seems To Suit Most People Nowadays

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    Have never been asked to use one and never seen other company's useing either and just wanted to know the method / sequence / measurements for a up comeing job cheers and to the fella saying you should be useing anyway we should do a lot of things but we all know time is money and if we did stick to every rule in book we would all be out of work just the way it is I'm afraid

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    Just out of curiosity, you running with pick-ups or vehicles on an ops license?
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    Is the step law or guidance??

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