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  • 0 Dangers of Asbestos

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    A scaffolder has died after being exposed to asbestos in the 60's and 70's whilst working for Hine Ltd and The London Midland Steel Company. He was erecting scaffolding at jobs including The Dorchester Hotel in London. Coroner Christopher Wilkinson said: “The latency period for his type of Cancer is around 30 years-which would correlate with his work as a scaffolder.” Coroner Christopher Wilkinson commented, “Mr. Aldridge died from an industrial disease. Little did anyone know so many years ago what effect this particular material would have. Unfortunately, it is something that takes time and we won’t know for many years how many people were affected by it.”

  • 0 Scaffolding Job in Basingstoke

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    This is a wonderful scaffolding job we finished in Basingstoke. Our professional team of scaffolders designed and erected the scaffolding for our client in Basingstoke using the very latest safety techniques.

  • 0 Scaffolding in Basingstoke in Hampshire

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    This was quite a complicated scaffold structure for a house just outside Basingstoke in Hampshire. Our scaffolders used all of their knowledge to design and scaffolding structure that not only was sturdy but also protected certain parts of the patio and garden.

  • 0 Scaffolders in Hook, Surrey

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    This scaffolding job in Hook in Surrey was fairly complicated as you can see. The scaffolding design is both safe and functional and gave substantial platforms to safely work on the exterior of these premises.

  • 0 Doncaster Scaffold Company Fined

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    A scaffolding company has been fined after a 12 year old boy slipped off a scaffold ladder. Cardiff Magistrates' Court has fined Doncaster based firm after two boys were able to climb the rungs of a ladder within scaffolding, placing their feet either side of a ladder guard that did not cover the rungs of the ladder back in May 2017. One boy climbed to the top of the platform of the scaffold and climbed the uppermost ladder to a height of approximately 10 metres. The ladder slipped, causing the boy to lose his balance and fall to the ground. The boy suffered life changing injuries requiring multiple operations. The boy now has no bladder or bowel control and is only able to walk small distances due to being unstable on his feet. An investigation by the HSE found the security arrangement for preventing access to the scaffolding, especially by children from a nearby school, were inadequate. The firm pleaded guilty to breaching Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and has been fined £160,000 and ordered to pay £22,310 in costs. Image Credit: HSE    

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New Roof. Chequers4 were simply superb: the team were very careful; they arrived when they said they would; and they erected an excellent design for what is quite a complicated property. The job required various scaffolding adjustments as it progressed, so there was extra scope to create stress for us. The Chequers4 team were brilliant at their job, and we remained unstressed by the whole experience. The team was a pleasure to deal with too. Save yourself a lot of time and trouble - just ask Chequers4 for a quotation, and don't bother with any other firm, and don't buy on price either. They are great!

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