- Published: 29 August 2016 29 August 2016
Lifting in Confined Spaces
Lifting in a confined space can be both dangerous and difficult. Very often there is not enough room for a conventional crane or a traditional lifting device, so the employee ends up performing the heavy lifts manually. It takes time, and unfortunately it also causes a great number of personal injuries every year. This article focuses on the safety aspects of lifting in confined spaces such as inside wind turbines and illustrates how a flexible crane can make it possible to cut manual handling to a minimum.
By Jesper Friis-Wandall Nielsen, Sales Director, FlexiCrane, Denmark
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