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  • And who could forget the pictures of the miners who had been trapped for some 77 hours coming up in that manlift.

    CNN Transcript Aug 7, 2007

  • ROBERTS: You know, we're seeing pictures of you and your fellow miners being brought up in that manlift through the hole that was tunneled down to reach you.

    CNN Transcript Aug 6, 2007

  • ROBERTS: You know, we're seeing pictures of you and your fellow miners being brought up in that manlift through the hole that was tunneled down to reach you.

    CNN Transcript Aug 6, 2007

  • R2 wheel to operate "Frahrunst" or oscillating manlift ladder, SG connecting rods for manlift, KW angular rods for manlift (cast-iron), G shaft rods for manlift.

    19.1 Bicycle drive pedal drive

  • The materials allegedly stolen in the scheme included cinder blocks, a manlift, an electric chain hoist, a paint sprayer, lumber, versabond, door handles and door locks, the use of a fork lift and a scissors lift that was rented to CSN, and the use of several CSN employees to work on Gilbert's home during their regular work hours.

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  • Shawn said . . . that if they wanted to land real contracts, they needed to spend real money on real equipment—specifically, a new welder and a man lift with a basket.

    "We can't keep using a forklift and an old cheese pallet," Shawn said. "It looks like shit, and it's dangerous besides."

    Tara Westover, Educated (New York: Random House, 2018), p. 122

    Manlift. A device consisting of a power-driven endless belt moving in one direction only, and provided with steps or platforms and handholds attached to it for the transportation of personnel from floor to floor.
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 29 C.F.R. 1910.68(a)(5)

    (4) "Belt manlift" means a power driven endless belt provided with steps or platforms and a hand hold for the transportation of personnel from floor to floor.

    (27) "One-man capacity manlift" means a single passenger, hand-powered counterweighted device, or electric-powered device, that travels vertically in guides and serves two or more landings.

    Revised Code of Washington 70.87.101

    "Aerial manlift equipment" - Equipment such as extended towers, boom-mounted cages or baskets, and truck-mounted ladders, that is primarily designed to place personnel and equipment aloft to work on elevated structures and equipment.
    Washington Administrative Code 296-45-035

    April 23, 2019