Height > Work platforms

Resort fined over permanent injury to worker

03 March, 2010

The owner of a Broome resort was fined $60,000 over an incident in 2006 that left an employee permanently disabled.

Compact 14 electric scissor lift

09 February, 2010

The Compact 14 is a lightweight and compact 14 m electric scissor lift, designed for working in warehouse racking and building maintenance applications.

Branach Step Work platform

23 September, 2009

The Branach Step Platform enables workers to safely operate at a height of 3.6 m with stability provided by box-rail construction.

Work platform

18 September, 2009 by

The Height Adjustable work platform lifts personnel to the most ergonomically suitable height for a safer working position.

Step platforms

19 August, 2009

The world’s best platforms, for those working at heights, are claimed to be made here in Australia by Branach using a unique box-rail construction which is not only lightweight but strong.

Height sensor for scissor lift

07 August, 2009 by

The Logic Lift is an automatic infrared height sensor that is available for deployment on all electric hydraulic scissor lifts.

Victoria joins national campaign to improve scaffold safety

30 July, 2009

WorkSafe Victoria inspectors will join a two-month national campaign to improve scaffolding safety in the construction industry.

Court penalty highlights fall dangers

27 July, 2009

A South Australian construction company has been convicted and fined $14,875 for failing to provide a safe workplace at a construction site, where a worker fell through a gap in a work platform, sustaining severe injuries.

Scaffold management system

09 June, 2009 by

Scafftag Mk II is a complete scaffold management system used internationally and recognised to assist with the control of scaffolding.

FPW Step platforms

09 June, 2009

The FPW Step Platform range is designed and manufactured specifically to increase safety while working at heights. They are lightweight and easy to move and erect.

MEC 3072 and 3772 Rough Terrain scissor lifts

09 June, 2009

The MEC 3072 and 3772 Rough Terrain scissor lifts are designed to handle a variety of off-slab applications including steep grades.

Personal and portable lift

21 May, 2009

JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company and manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, has available the JLG LiftPod, a portable aerial work platform designed to replace the ladder.

Warning to check condition of work platforms

09 March, 2009

The poor condition of scaffolding on a construction site caused a man to fall and sustain serious injuries, prompting warnings from the WA Department of Commence.

Knuckle-boom work platform

01 January, 2009

The HA120PX is a rough-terrain all-purpose knuckle-boom elevated work platform with a working height of up to 10.4 m, incorporating 4WD differential wheel lock and 26 cm high ground clearance, making it suitable for work in civil engineering and construction sites.

Telehandler for confined spaces

01 December, 2008

The JLG 2505 compact telehandler is designed for work in confined spaces. The machine weighs less than 5000 kg and has a maximum lift height of 5.6 m. Its capacity is 1996 kg at maximum lift height and 800 kg at maximum reach (3.3 m).

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