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Best practice guidelines criticism unfounded

By Scaffolding, Access and Rigging New Zealand president Nick Pfahlert In the June 2014 issue of Building Today, columnist Mike Fox suggested regulations surrounding scaffolding and working at heights in the construction industry added additional costs and delays to building projects, and sited misinformation around enforcement of the rules and inspections. While we welcome debate in the construction sector, it’s important that some of Mr Fox’s inaccuracies and misinformation a...
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