RE: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver


Date Thu, 1 Dec 2005 16:51:59 -0800 (PST)

Not being a hi-rise guy or knowing anything about hi-rise, wouldn't a chair react the same or almost the same as the scaffold?
 
Kim Little
Clear Carolina Window Cleaning
Candor,NC

Steve Miller <addressis@removed> wrote:
Looks like a good argument to use chairs on that building?
 
Steve Miller
 
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From: addressis@removed [mailto:addressis@removed On Behalf Of Gary Mauer
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 12:12 PM
To: addressis@removed
Subject: [World] two high rise incidents in Denver
 
There have been two high rise incidents involving high winds in Denver this week. Workers were hurt on both occasions.
One apparently occurred on the roof while scaffolding was being set up on Tuesday.
The other occurred on the side of another building the next day, when a scaffold was blowing as much as 40 feet away from the building and breaking windows.
 
 
Thanks,

Gary Mauer
Since 1996  - the Window Cleaning Network
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, USA
www.window-cleaning.net



 



Kim Little
Clear Carolina Window Cleaning
Candor, NC
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