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#1 Posted : 25 February 2002 15:10:00(UTC)
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Posted By Chris Huckle
Hi there,

I am looking for any info or recomendations for a good training video on basic ladder safety for an occasional user, it will be used in conjunction with an experienced user delivering the training course.

Any help much appreciated.

Thanks

Chris Huckle
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#2 Posted : 25 February 2002 16:06:00(UTC)
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Posted By Denis Hands
The Construction Industry Training Board do a video that features the use of several means of access including ladders. From memory, the safe use of ladders forms a significant part of the programme as a whole. The video, which is called Accent on Access comes complete with a Trainer's Manual that advises how to incorporate the video into a complete training session. It is available from CITB Publication Sales - tel 01485 577800.
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#3 Posted : 27 February 2002 09:35:00(UTC)
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Posted By Chris Huckle
Denis

Thanks for the information, I will be ordering a copy.

Regards

Chris Huckle
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#4 Posted : 27 February 2002 19:29:00(UTC)
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Posted By Barry Mageean
Chris,
I recently got a very good video from the National Federation of Master Window and General Cleaners. Its up to date, very 'watchable' and only cost £60.
Contact them on 0161 4328754
The video is called "Walk up, Walk down'
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#5 Posted : 28 February 2002 09:29:00(UTC)
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Posted By Ken Taylor
The CITB also do one called 'Alright at Height'. Suitability tends to depend upon the category of staff involved and the extent of access equipment to be used. Both videos come with traing notes which can be adapted to make slides, OHPs, etc. (Yes I am that 'old-fashioned').
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