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Many food and drink manufacturers are responsible for working at height onan almost daily basis – inspecting equipment, clearing blockages, high-levelcleaning and so on. However, the pressure to maintain speed of production sometimes means this work is carried out in an unsafe and non-compliant way– mostly with ladders and stepladders, which cause some 40% of working at height accidents in the industry.

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Controlling risk from working at height is an important priority because falls from height are the third highest cause of fatal injury in the food and drink industries, comprising 20% of fatal accidents. Falls from height also result in around 80 major injuries (broken limbs, fractured skulls) each year, as well asa further 230 over-three-day absence injuries.

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