doesn't that pertain to the workplace? I am assuming if i give sufficient warning/notice to people that goods would be moved up and down at a certain time and they should walk around with caution during this time, it should be enough.the lynx wrote:It is part of WSH initiatives. There is certificate for every task like working from height, working in enclosed spaces, working with heavy machinery etc.rajagainstthemachine wrote:i didn't know you needed a certification to pull something up using a pulley, as for endangering humans, the apartment is usually empty most of the time, there are two entrances one from the front and one from the back, the one at the back is what I'm referring to.
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One more thing, there are not many people in this building, shops occupy the first and second levels (accessible from the front ) third level are two vacant houses and 1 neighbour to contend with on the fourth floor.hence the staicase at the back is largely unused.