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Accessman Lakes
- 03 445 8020 - lakes@accessman.co.nz -

We welcome to Accessman Lakes our new Sales Rep - Paula. 
Paula is a Cromwell local and has a number of years experience in the Otago construction industry.  This experience will be a valuable addition to our clients in the Lakes District. With the backing of Adam and Bruce she will be hitting the ground running at the end of October.

- The Jack's - 

Sponsorship is a big part of the Accessman heart.
From small community groups to larger National organisations, we are
proud of all the individuals, teams, groups and organisations that we are lucky enough to be able to help to achieve their dreams & goals
And with that I would like to introduce to you all, Jack and Jack. 

Jack Cotton 

17yr Jack Cotton from Christchurch is getting ready for the hardest challenge of his racing career so far. After winning the NZ Junior development title in 2017 and being the current NZ#2 in the 250cc Production class, he moves up in 2019 to the 300 Supersport class. Currently run all over the world this series is considered to be the place where future champions are found.
Riding a Kawasaki Ninja 300 machine for the highly successful Team Kiwistars, he hopes to replicate his past success and be a title contender when the series starts in January.

Jack Milligan

October 4th - 7th was the Australian Toyota 86 series at Bathurst. If you were watching you may have seen our newest sponsoree - Christchurch based Jack Milligan.
Jack was invited back to Bathurst by the Toyota Australia team to compete in the Toyota 86 races at this iconic motorsport event. Race 1 was abandoned due to a massive crash. Race 2 he moved forward from 16th to 9th in 6 laps. Final race was under safety car for a majority of the race with another crash in the opening lap, which left just 1 lap to try move forward - finishing 8th overall.
On October 12th he will be back NZ in Timaru for round 3 of the South Island Endurance Series where he is currently sitting in 2nd place,
November will see him at Highlands Park in Cromwell for round 1 of NZ Endurance Series. 

We are proud to be able to help both these young sportsmen achieve their dreams.  You can read more about them on our Sponsorship page on our website.  You can also follow them on their Facebook pages.

Jack Milligan Motorsport

Jack Cotton Racing

Accessman Sponsorship blog

The Spider
Traccess 170

AUCKLAND - this one's for you!!
We have 2 Spiders heading your way. ETA mid-November.
Since it's arrival in February 2017, Christchurch's Spider has only come home for a quick bath and a bit of TLC before heading back out to sites. 

The CTE Traccess 170 has a working height of 17m and a weight of just over 2,000kgs and it offers an outreach of 7.5 metres .
Its narrow width (0.8m) and non marking tracks makes this unit ideal for indoor use where floor loadings and access/regress are a problem.

For more information and specs check our website 

Which then leads me to the next announcement....


Power Lines and EWPs.
 I’ve been out and about in recent times visiting clients and sites and have become increasingly concerned to see a number of  Elevated Work Platforms operating in close proximity to power lines. Power lines should always be identified as a potential work site hazard.

No-Go Zone-stay 4 Metres away from Overhead Power Lines
The operator, the EWP including loads, attachments, tools and equipment, and all work activity must stay at least 4 metres away from overhead power lines.  This is called the minimum approach distance (MAD). Hazard controls should be put in place to make sure no one and nothing can enter the 4 metre no-go zone.
Exclusion Zone 4 - 6.4 Metres from Power Lines
If any EWP is likely to get closer than 6.4 metres to an overhead power line, the area between 6.4 and 4 metres from the overhead power line separated from the work space using cones or tape to show where the exclusion zone is.
Operating within the Exclusion Zone
If you are operating within this exclusion zone, then a competent safety observer must be present at all times to make sure everyone and everything (including the EWP and tools) stay out of the 4 metre no-go zone (MAD).  The safety observer must be able to alert the EWP operator immediately if they are about to enter the 4 metre no-go zone (MAD).  People working in the safety observer role must not do any other task at the same time to avoid being distracted.
 Everyone must treat power lines as live until advised formally by the power company that a line is safe.

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