Spotted by a reader in the UK, a tree care worker using a spider lift but not as intended
Two men working from a suspended platform in Florida were given a scare last week after a storm hit as they worked.
Spotted by a reader in Thailand, a pickup truck being used to lift bags of concrete
Spotted in Shropshire yesterday, two men using a van mount to work on a pole
Spotted in Liverpool today a crew using a self-propelled boom lift without unloading it
Spotted at Conexpo this week while the show was open, two men rigging a roofing sheet
Spotted this week in Devon, UK, two men using a truck mounted lift, with some good practice and some less so
Spotted in Manchester, UK, a crane working in the street with little regard to traffic
If you have not seen it yet BBC’s Top Gear programme carried out a bungee jump off the top of a large dam – with a car and its occupant ex-cricketer Freddie Flintoff.
Sent in by a reader two men working on a roof in Birmingham, UK, is it dangerous work at height – a Death Wish – or an efficient form of access?
Spotted by a reader in Miami, Florida, a man with a platform, a ledge, a breaker and possibly a death wish.
Snapped in the UK, a team working at height with scissor lift and telehandler, but not as intended
Spotted in the UK, a truck and loader crane removing a lamp post at night with none of the most basic safety measures
Spotted in the UK a contractor dismantling a steel frame building without lifting equipment
Spotted in the UK, a man working on a ladder with an unusual method of extending its reach
Spotted in Basel, Switzerland, a man using a mast boom, but not as intended
Received from a reader in the UK photos showing the removal of a platform from a van
Italian contractor Gruppo Building has used a crane to help create an ‘art installation’ as part of the Artissima contemporary art fair in Turin this month
Spotted by a reader in the French Alps a dodgy way of levelling up a scaffold tower.
Spotted last week in London, UK by a member of the team, two men working on a shop façade with minimal consideration for safety
Spotted at the AFAC Conference in Melbourne this week, three men in a platform – and not a harness or lanyard between them
Spotted by a reader in Germany, an All Terrain crane set up with the help of an excavator bucket.
From a reader in California, a man installing siding on a house, with a three ladder work ....platform?
Sent in by a reader, a man using a scissor lift to reach four metres, with no idea how the machine works