There are ten thousand gardening accidents
every year, one third of them involve people
falling off ladders. (Heard on Helicoper Heroes programme)
With gardening being a very popular retirement hobby,
these accidents often involve elderly people.
Could Goy members devise a Safety Code to prevent
these Accidents ?
The correct working method always used to be to have
another person standing on the bottom rung to provide
the correct balance.
Does this still apply ?
Should all ladders be tied to a fixture with a rope
at the top rung?
Should all new ladders be supplied with a hook at the
top that can be clipped to a fixture ?
Health and Safety Regulations seem to have missed out on this problem.
- 27 Feb, 2014
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