The definition of working at heights means working where falling would mean to fall from one level to another, which can pose a serious or life-threatening risk of injury. Unfortunately, not all windows and doors are located at ground level and within arms reach, so our crew are subjected to difficult locations at times. And let’s be honest, working at heights isn’t for everyone! So, the LSGA field crew attended a Swing Stage Training Session as part of our commitment to the safety and upskilling of our staff. A Swing Stage is a 3m wide suspended platform, powered by twin motors, commonly used when conducting work on the sides of high-rise buildings or other hard-to-reach areas. They nailed it. Well done guys!