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ManCage Chastity Cage, Number 01, Transparent

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Our toolbox talk discusses the topic of the safe use of a man-cage. The safe use of a man-cage is important as it is classified as working at heights, which is seen as a high risk activity. “Man-Cage” means a platform enclosed on all sides. Whether closed or open at the top, designed to raise and lower persons utilizing a lifting machine, but does not include mobile elevated platforms and suspended access platforms. Regulation 18(8) Man cages are supplied to ensure that personnel can work as efficiently as possible, so the rails are built at half height. Attachment points are available to be used for lanyards and safety lines. Crane man cages need to be erected by chain and will have chain attachments on each corner of the cage /box. All relevant LOLER requirements must be followed for the use of both non-integrated and integrated work platforms.

Our aim is to offer high quality products at affordable prices with discreet worldwide delivery. Many chastity belts that we've seen on the market are incredibly expensive and we don't think that's particularly fair, so we do our best to offer the best devices for the lowest prices. All of our products are thoroughly tested to ensure that you receive a safe, quality item that you’re happy to use on a regular basis. When planning an activity that involves any aspect of working at height, it is vital to consider the safe method of getting a person to the area in which they need to work. The sheath contains 17 silicone spikes which react vigorously come into play as soon as an erection appears. Warning: this material is intended for trained individuals and for amateurs of extreme toys. The spikes are made of flexible silicone, but prolonged usage may provoke extreme sensations.The selection and use of an appropriate and suitable method of access will depend on the nature of the task to be carried out, the frequency of occurrence, the duration of the work and the availability of equipment. Almost all lifting equipment used by people at work comes within scope of the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008, which require equipment is safe when first placed on the market or put into service for the first time. Under the Regulations, manufacturers of lifting equipment have to design and construct lifting equipment to meet additional specific essential health and safety requirements (EHSRs), to offset hazards through lifting operations and where people are being lifted. These requirements are listed in part 1 of Schedule 2 of the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations (see EHSRs 4 and 6).

People in the working platform should not stand on the guardrails orlean out of the platform when it is elevated. In cases when people need to lean out of the platform to do work, ensure they wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), which typically consists of a full body harness with lanyard attached to a suitable anchor point. Under the Work at Height Regulations 2005 (WAHR) all work at height must be properly planned, organised and the risks controlled. Ensure that any tilting mechanism, side shift or any variable geometry attachments arenot capable of movement whenthe working platform is elevated.

Our team of working at height experts are ready to discuss your specific needs and provide the right solutions - helping you reduce risk, remain compliant and staying safe when working at height. This type of equipment can be used to allow people to work at height in exceptional circumstances only e.g. ‘emergencies’ and for 'occasional unplanned use' and only in accordance with the guidance in PM28 Guidance Note. The HSE guidance explains: The use of non-integrated platforms for planned work is not allowed as there is other purpose-built access equipment, such as the wide variety of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), which are better suited to carrying out work at height tasks and are safer for the person using the platform. These are readily available for hire. The HSE advice on the use of these clarifies what the law says: Mistress Thorne has created this simple guide with images to talk you through each stage of the process. 1. Safety precautions People can be at greater risk of harm when they are lifted by machinery (eg operators of mobile elevated work platforms may collide with overhead structures and mobile access equipment may be at higher risk of overturning, potentially resulting in serious or fatal injuries). The increased risks for lifting equipment require greater levels of safety in their:

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