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U-GO Podium Step Platform Hire

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Code: SPA2
Weekly rate before discount: From £58.00

U-GO Features

 

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Podium Step platform hire specifications

Platform height - max (m) 0.95
Platform height - min (m) 0.48
Max. working reach height (m) 2.95
Deck size (m) 0.6 × 0.6
Safe working load (kg) 150
Weight (kg) 25

U-GO Podium Step Platform Hire prices

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The Access Hire rate / price for the U-GO Podium Step Platform will be subject to a competitive account discount. Read more about Trade Hire Rates, Prices & Cost.

Code Cost  £/week
SPA2 58.00
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For alternatives see the full Podiums and Platforms range

Podiums and platforms for low level access range

PASMA Training for Low Level Access platforms and podium steps

Working at Height legislation requires employers to ensure that their workers are fully trained and competent to use the access equipment they are provided with. Do I need training to use a Low Level work platform? It's not a legal requirement to have a specific qualification but if you are using a Podium as an employee then your employer should provide adequate training.

PASMA training and the Photo Card proof is the simple way to make sure you know how to set up and use a podium step work platform safely. The Astley Hire Training division can sort you out with what you need to know to stay safe and provide the proof that will let you get on site. Read more about PASMA Tower Training Courses.

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