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HOLIDAY HOURS 2018/2019
All Accessman branches will close at
12pm on Friday 21st December 2018
and reopen on
Wednesday 5th January 2019

- Accessman City -
Rise Above & Beyond Ltd
city@accessman.co.nz
03 377 8000

On October 1st, Father and Son duo Roger and Corey Baker took ownership of the Accessman City franchise as Rise Above & Beyond Ltd. 
Branch Manager Jeremy, along with Andrew, Brad and Jess have helped to make it a smooth transition as they get to know their customers. 
Roger and Corey look forward to  long relationship with Accessman.

Accessman's first scissorlift purchase was in 1994 as Central Rentals. 
Jumping forward
25 years, with 2019 just around the corner,
what's next?

South Auckland, we are coming for you!
Accessman South Auckland Ltd

CLICK HERE to catch up with Accessman latest Sponsorship - Jack Cotton, Rozie Robinson, Queenstown Car Club, Ruapuna Speedway and more...

- Accessman Training -
From the desk of Al
training@accessman.co.nz
022 361 0088

As one of Accessman Group's training instructors I have become aware and concerned to find an increasing number of operators either not completing, or incorrectly completing log book entries prior to using our equipment, as required under Best Practice guidelines.

A reminder of these:

All operators of any Elevated Work Platform must complete a pre-start inspection of the machine they are about to start using at either the start of the day, or their work shift.
Any change of staff using the machine should complete their own pre-start inspection rather than assuming the machine is in good working order, because others have been seen using it.
The log book is a source of both information collected and a place to report that the machine is fit to start working on, or perhaps not in good working order, and therefore and record of your findings.

So, to surmise:
1.   Complete a pre- start inspection prior to use of the machine each day or change in shift.
2.   Check the log books maintenance/fault section to see if the machine has any outstanding issues.
3.   On completion of the above you can go ahead and complete the operator section of the log book to use
4.   Never assume a machine not in use is ready to go unless you follow steps 1-3 as above
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This seems such a simple process, but please take this as both a friendly reminder, and a warning to follow the Best Practice Guidelines, you never know who is checking or watching you!

On behalf of the training team here at Accessman, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support this past year.
The huge numbers coming through our branch locations wishing to use our training facilities, clearly indicates we are industry leaders both in the hire of EWP’s but also compliance and training.
Safe holidays, we look forward to being of service to you in the New Year.
 
Cheers,  Alastair


IPAF's pre-start inspection for Boom Lift


IPAF's pre-start inspection for Vertical Lift

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