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CONTENTS 1 Introduction 2 Other Services 3 Choosing the Right Machine 4 Conversion Chart 5 Do’s and Don’ts 6 Work at Height Regulations 9 Training Courses 10 Safety & Hire Accessories 13 Push Around Platforms 17 Vertical Lift Machines 21 Scissor Lifts 29 Tracked Booms 33 Wheeled Booms 43 Trailer Mounted Booms 47 Van Mounted Booms 49 Towers and Steps 51 Terms and Conditions 59 How to Find Us 60 Index 61 Access Trailers

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INTRODUCTION Winner Access is a leading provider of powered access across the South of England. Our family run business provides an extensive range of access for every situation. We have a loyal, experienced and dedicated staff who are committed to providing a friendly, personal service and exceptional product support, giving you honest advice to assist in your decision making process. At Winner Access we are continually re-investing to bring you the most up to date, modern and hi-tech access equipment available in today’s market. We are able to offer short or long term hires, site surveys, accredited training, safety accessories and professional advice, to make your hiring experience problem free.

Mission Statement At Winner, our mission is to provide our customers and the community with high quality, reliable equipment and a professional, helpful and prompt service. We endeavour to give our employees an honest and helpful working environment and to work closely with leading suppliers to give our clients the right solutions for the successful completion of their projects. We aim to continually update and expand our range of rental equipment, branded products and services in our selected markets.

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OTHER SERVICES From 0.8t micro diggers to 13t excavators, narrow skiploading dumpers to 10t capacity site dumpers, walk behind pedestrian rollers to tandem drum ride on rollers, Winner Plant Hire can supply the right machines for your project. Sussex 01903 230700 - Surrey 01483 456789. www.winnerplant.co.uk

Winner Handling for all your specialist handling needs. Straight masted forklifts, compact telehandlers, agricultural spec machines, up to 25 metre high telehandlers, 10 ton heavy lift machines and 360 degree roto telehandlers. Sussex 01903 230700 - Surrey 01483 456789. www.winnerhandling.co.uk

DIY tasks to large site projects - Winner Tools can supply small tools for any job. Gardening, landscaping, power and lighting, decorating, breaking, cutting and grinding, pumping, woodworking or sanding. Sussex 01903 230906 - Surrey 01483 456789. www.winnertools.co.uk

If you need to move a car, household waste, plant machinery, boats, motorcycles, furniture or need extra room when going on holiday Winner Trailers can hire or sell the right trailer for you. With leading makes including Indespension and Ifor Williams, Winner Trailers’ Supercentres hold a wide range of new & used trailers and accessories. Sussex 01903 230906 - Surrey 01483 232335. www.winnertrailers.co.uk

With over 100 different attachments the Avant series from Winner is a compact, multi purpose loader capable of undertaking a multitude of tasks. Groundcare, landscaping, property maintenance, farming and construction are just a few of the areas the Avant series excels in. For hire or sale Winner Avant has a machine for every job Sussex and Surrey 0800 022 4247. www.winneravant.co.uk

Winner Vehicles specialise in the rental of all sizes of vans, utility and 4x4, including quad bike rental, golf buggy rental and off-road vehicles throughout the Southeast. Sussex and Surrey 0800 022 4247. www.winnervehicles.co.uk

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT MACHINE How high is my job? How high do you need to get? We give two maximum height measurements - working and platform height. The working height in this guide is 2m above where your feet will be and the platform height is the maximum height the platform will reach. How much outreach do I need? If you do not need to reach over any obstacles then generally a scissor lift would be the best option. If you have an obstacle to reach over then a boom lift is going to be better suited. The size of boom that you would require is not only dependant on the maximum height but also on how far you need to reach out. Remember for all boom lifts, as you use more outreach the maximum working height reduces. Always check the working envelope diagrams to ensure your job is within reach. I am working inside, what do I need to know? If you are working inside look for an electrically powered, bi-energy or machine fitted with an exhaust filter. Remember to check height and width restrictions in gaining access to the building. What are my ground conditions like? There are different machines for different ground conditions. For finished floors non-marking tyres will help protect the surface. On rough terrain a diesel machine is best and for extremely rugged terrain a 4 wheel drive or a tracked option would be recommended. For sloping ground where a machine would need to be levelled choose one with outriggers that can automatically level the machine for safety. Can I operate the machine myself? All of our machines can be self operated. We can also arrange for a qualified operator to operate your machine if you wish. We are able to provide training courses for all our machines which gives you a recognised operators licence. I’m still not sure which machine I need. If you’re still not sure which machine is going to be best for your job then simply give us a call on 0845 601 5327 and we can organise, at your convenience, for one of our qualified representatives to attend your site to ascertain which access platform is the right machine for you.

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CONVERSION CHART METRIC to IMPERIAL kg lbs 100 220 200 441 300 661 400 882 500 1102 1000 2204 1500 3306 2000 4409 2500 5511 3000 6613 3500 7716 4000 8818 4500 9920 5000 11023 5500 12125 6000 13227 6500 14330 7000 15432 7500 16534 8000 17636 8500 18739 9000 19841 9500 20943 10000 22046 10500 23148 m 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 16.0 17.0 18.0 19.0 20.0 21.0 22.0

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ft 9’ 10” 13’ 1” 16’ 5” 19’ 8” 23’ 0” 26’ 3” 29’ 6” 32’ 10” 36’ 1” 39’ 4” 42’ 8” 45’ 11” 49’ 2” 52’ 6” 55’ 9” 59’ 1” 62’ 4” 65’ 7” 68’ 11” 72’ 2”

IMPERIAL to METRIC lbs kg 400 181 500 227 1000 453 2000 907 3000 1360 4000 1814 5000 2267 6000 2721 7000 3175 8000 3628 9000 4082 10000 4535 11000 4989 12000 5443 13000 5896 14000 6350 15000 6803 16000 7257 17000 7711 18000 8164 19000 8618 20000 9071 21000 9525 22000 9979 23000 10432 ft 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100

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DO’S AND DON’Ts DO ensure the telescoping function is: l The last function used when going up or out l The first function used when coming down or in By using this method you will reduce boom flex and not be reliant on out reach limit switches. DO know where the emergency lowering controls are, how they work and that they do what they are meant to do. DO always enter and exit facing the platform using all steps and handrails provided, maintaining three points of contact at all times. This will reduce the risk of slipping or tripping. DO have a rescue plan in place i.e. a responsible person at ground level who knows how to lower the MEWP if an emergency situation was to arise. DO always be aware of overhead hazards, building projections, cables and even windows that have the ability to be opened etc. DO be aware of what is going on around you. Constant observation is a key part of safe operation. DO ensure that no objects can fall from the cage or basket.

DON’T allow an untrained or unauthorised person to operate the MEWP. Operation of the MEWP is your responsibilty. DON’T misuse, abuse or override any of the safety systems. These systems are provided to protect both you, the machine and those around you. DON’T exit the machine at height unless there is no other possible safe way of doing the job. A full risk assessment and method statement must be conducted prior to any such operations taking place. DON’T ever attempt to exit the cage by climbing down the boom or scissor stack. DON’T overload the MEWP. Check the manufacturers specification to ascertain the Safe Working Load. DON’T attach your harness to any structure outside the platform.

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WORK AT HEIGHT REGULATIONS Winner Access offers professional advice and the safest equipment to help you work at height. Below is a brief summary of the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR) 2005. For more information visit www.hse.gov.uk/falls. What is ‘work at height’? A place is ‘at height’ if (unless these Regulations are followed) a person could be injured falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level. ‘Work’ includes moving around at a place of work (except by a staircase in a permanent workplace) but not travel to or from a place of work. For instance, a sales assistant on a step ladder would be working at height, but we would not be inclined to apply the Regulations to a mounted police officer on patrol. Do the rules apply to you? The Work at Height Regulations 2005 apply to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause a personal injury. They place duties on employers, the self employed, and any person who controls the work of others (eg facilities managers or building owners who may contract others to work at height) to the extent they control the work. If you are an employee or working under someone else’s control you must:

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report any safety hazard to them use the equipment supplied (including safety devices) properly, following any training or instructions (unless you think that would be unsafe, in which case you should seek further instructions before continuing).

What you must do as an employer You must do all that is reasonably practicable to prevent anyone falling. Dutyholders must: l l l

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avoid work at height where they can use work equipment or other measures to prevent falls where they cannot avoid working at height; and where they cannot eliminate the risk of a fall, use work equipment or other measures to minimise the distance and consequences of a fall should one occur.

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WORK AT HEIGHT REGULATIONS Planning You must:

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ensure that no work is done at height if it is safe and reasonably practicable to do it other than at height; ensure that the work is properly planned, appropriately supervised, and carried out in as safe a way as is reasonably practicable; plan for emergencies and rescue; take account of the risk assessment carried out under regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations

Training You must ensure that everyone involved in the work is competent (or, if being trained, is supervised by a competent person). This includes involvement in organisation, planning, supervision, and the supply and maintenance of equipment. Winner Access can offer a range of approved training courses that conform to these regulations. The place where work is done You must ensure that the place where work is done at height (including the means of access) is safe and has features to prevent a fall, unless this would mean that it is not reasonably practicable for the worker to carry out the work safely (taking into account the demands of the task, equipment and working environment). Equipment, temporary structures, and safety features If the fixed place where the work is to be carried out is deemed unsafe, you must provide equipment for preventing (as far as is reasonably practicable) a fall occurring. When selecting equipment for work at height you must: l l

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WORK AT HEIGHT REGULATIONS Take account of:

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the working conditions; and risks to the safety of all those at the place where the work equipment is to be used.

Summary Working at height must always be conducted in a safe and planned manner. The wide range of machines offered by Winner Access means that with powered access many jobs can be carried out quickly and safely. Our commitment to quality and safety through rigorous testing and servicing means that we help you conform to the Work at Height Regulations 2005. For further information we recommend the following H.S.E. publications:

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Work at Height Regulations 2005 - INDG401REV1 Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations ISBN0717624889

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LOLER 1998: Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 98 ISBN0717624641 PUWER 1998: Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 - ISBN9780717662852

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TRAINING COURSES More and more companies are recognising the necessity of training, indeed many sites will not allow personnel to operate any form of equipment without the relevant qualifications. At Winner Access we are able to provide training courses to obtain internationally recognised Powered Access Licence (PAL) from the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF). This is an industry recognised licence which is valid for five years. The IPAF PAL card is awarded on successful course completion. This confirms the identity of the bearer and clearly states which categories of MEWPs (mobile elevating work platform) can be operated. We are also able to provide courses for the recognised certification for the safe use of ladders (The Ladder Association) and PASMA (Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers Association) certification for the safe use of mobile access towers.

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SAFETY & HIRE ACCESSORIES PPE Here at Winner Access safety comes first. We offer a full range of safety equipment including fall arrest harnesses, safety helmets, goggles, gloves and hi-vis workwear. Ground Protection Winner Access’ ground protection mats

provide a strong and secure surface whilst protecting the underlying ground from damage. They will provide protection when it is necessary to move access lifts across soft ground or to preserve lawns, etc against damage.

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SAFETY & HIRE ACCESSORIES Rigger pads Rigger pads are compulsory with any boom or scissor lift with outriggers. They aid stability, especially on soft or uneven ground by spreading the load of the outrigger.

Road cones and signs As well as operator safety, consideration must be taken into account for the safety of those in close vicinity of the access equipment. Winner Access offer a range of accessories to aid with this. Road cones of various sizes, warning signs and fencing are just a few of the items available. Wheel covers Wheel covers enable machines to operate on surfaces whilst preventing potential damage or marking to the floor they are operating on; they are easily fitted and available in a range of sizes. Transformers and Leads Winner Access electric booms and scissor lifts all require overnight charging to keep them operating throughout the day. You can hire your transformer and leads from us to keep your machine charged. Exhaust filters Health and safety legislation requires that diesel engine exhaust emissions are controlled whenever they could create a health hazard. This is generally when diesel engines are run within an enclosed environment and therefore ventilation is restricted. Our range of exhaust filters are specifically designed for

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SAFETY & HIRE ACCESSORIES use on diesel powered plant and construction equipment to effectively reduce smoke and particulate emissions from engines and can be hired from Winner Access. Laser Distance Measure When planning which machine to use, how high you need to go and how far you may have to boom out are major factors. Winner Access have a range of simple to use, hand held laser distance measures that will accurately measure how far up and out you need to reach to complete your job. Anemometer All access platforms have a manufacturers recommended wind tolerance. Always check the recommended wind speed for the machine you are using. This can be found in the operators manual and on stickers on the machine. Remember that wind can increase by as much as 50% at 20 metres above ground level. The only reliable method for checking is by a hand-held wind meter (or anemometer). Winner Access have a range of anemometers available to purchase to aid in keeping you safe whilst working at height. Beaufort Scale Always refer to the operators manual for the machine’s maximum safe wind speed usage. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Calm (0-1mph) Calm, smoke rises vertically Light air (1-3mph) Direction of wind shown by smoke Light breeze (4-7mph) Wind felt on face; leaves rustle Gentle breeze (8-12mph) Leaves and small twigs in constant motion; wind extends light flag Moderate breeze (13-18mph) Raises dust and loose paper; small branches are moved Fresh breeze (19-24mph) Small trees in leaf begin to sway; crested wavelets form on inland waterways Strong breeze (25-31mph) Large branches in motion; umbrellas used with difficulty Near gale (32-38mph) Whole trees in motion; inconvenience felt when walking against wind Gale (39-46mph) Breaks twigs off trees; generally impedes progress Strong gale (47-54mph) Slight structural damage occurs (chimney pots and slates removed)

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PUSH AROUND PLATFORMS

Low level push around platforms are a quick, cost effective and safer alternative to using aluminium towers, ladders and steps. These platforms are lightweight and ideal for finished flooring, narrow enough to fit through standard doorways and passenger lifts and extremely well suited for retail outlets, indoor shopping centres and in offices. Anywhere there is low level access required in tight and confined spaces these push around platforms are sure to get the job done.

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YOUNGMAN BOSS X2 The X2 is the tough, professional, manually propelled micro from Youngman. This compact platform is ideal for shopping centres, retail outlets and in offices.

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NANO 4.50 Push into place, step into the platform, press a button. Simple, safe and efficient. The Nano is the cost effective, safe alternative to steps, podiums or scaffold towers.

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4.50m 2.50m 1.00 x 0.73m 200Kg Electric 1.56m 0.75m 1.19m 285Kg

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YOUNGMAN BOSS X3X The Boss X3X is tough, professional and designed to be the tallest, slimmest and lightest push around micro scissor of its kind. It hosts class leading features, and is able to fit through personnel doorways and into passenger lifts.

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VERTICAL LIFT MACHINES

Vertical lifts are designed to meet the Work at Height Regulations by providing a safe low level access platform for indoor use, replacing the need for ladders and steps. Ideal for general commercial maintenance activities in the likes of factories, distribution centres, cinemas, airports, supermarkets and shopping malls the vertical lift platforms have extremely compact stowed dimensions allowing access through single personnel doorways and transit between floors in passenger lifts.

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SKYJACK SJ12 The self propelled vertical mast lift, the SJ12, is ideal for tight confined spaces. A high degree steer angle allows for superior functionality and flexibility by offering zero inside turning radius.

Working Height Platform Height Platform Size SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Overall Length Weight

5.65m 3.65m 0.97 x 0.67m 227Kg Electric 1.76m 0.76m 1.37m 782Kg

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SKYJACK SJ16 The SJ16 features a 0.40m traversing platform, providing increased access and the abilty to reach over potential obstacles. A unique slide away platform allows easy access to components, when raised or in stowed position. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Overall Length Weight

6.87m 4.87m 0.97 x 0.67m 227Kg Electric 1.76m 0.76m 1.37m 966Kg

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HAULOTTE STAR 10 The Haulotte Star 10 provides all the features of a standard vertical lift machine but with the addition of a vertical jib the Star 10 is able to reach the most awkward of spaces. A 345 degree rotating turret, proportional controls and the ability to be driven at full height allow for pinpoint accuracy when setting up. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Overall Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

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SCISSOR LIFTS

Our range of scissor lifts are suited to working both indoors and out. Their platform size and capacity allow for multiple people to work from the platform with heavy duty tools. They may be manoeuvred when elevated and single or dual extending decks increase the working area further. These scissor lifts are available with either electric emission free drive for internal use or 4WD diesel power for outside rough terrain operation.

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SKYJACK 3215 Equipped with variable speed front wheel hydraulic drive and 90 degree steering the 3215 is capable of working in the most confined spaces.

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SKYJACK 3219 The compact 3219 offers an easy to service, low maintenance design. Equipped with variable hydraulic drive and 90 degree steering, the 3219 is capable of manoeuvring in the smallest of spaces.

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7.80m 5.80m 0.70 x 1.60m 0.70 x 2.50m 227Kg Electric 2.00m 1.60m 0.80m 1.80m 1312Kg

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SKYJACK 3226 Offering high capacity and large platform areas, the 3226 is suitable for any on-slab application. One of the lightest machines in its class, the 3226 has as standard a 0.90m roll out deck and can be driven at the full working height. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Platform Extended SWL Power Closed Height Guardrails Folded Overall Width Closed Length Weight

9.90m 7.90m 0.70 x 2.10m 0.70 x 3.00m 227Kg Electric 2.27m 1.79m 0.81m 2.32m 1890Kg

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SNORKEL SL26SL SPEED LEVEL When other machines can’t make the grade, you can rely on the SL26SL Speed Level. Able to climb gradients of up to 50%, the SL26 offers automatic self levelling without the need for stabilisers or outriggers. With superb ground clearance, an excellent 680Kg lift capacity and powerful 4x4 drive, the Snorkel Speed Level can handle the toughest jobs Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Platform Extended SWL Power Closed Height Guardrails Folded Overall Width Closed Length Weight

10.00m 8.00m 1.72 x 3.66m 1.72 x 4.61m 680Kg Diesel 2.60m 1.10m 2.13m 3.79m 3085Kg 10 10

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SKYJACK 4632

The 4632 has a working height of 11.75m and a stowed height of less than 2.0m for easy transport and access through low overhead Working Height 11.75m doors.There is also a Platform Height 9.75m 1.20m roll out extension Platform Size 1.07 x 2.11m deck that can be secured Platform Extended 1.07 x 3.31m in multiple positions. SWL 318Kg Power Closed Height Guardrails Folded Overall Width Closed Length Weight

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SKYJACK 6832 This 4-wheel-drive rough terrain scissor can operate on the most challenging of landscapes. With low stowed height for easy loading of tools, a 1.50m roll out deck and self levelling outriggers this scissor is a must for rough terrain applications. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Platform Extended SWL Power Closed Height Guardrails Folded Overall Width Closed Length Weight

11.75m 9.75m 1.40 x 2.40m 1.40 x 3.90m 454Kg Diesel 2.50m 1.80m 1.70m 2.70m 3475Kg

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SKYJACK 9250 The 9250 delivers huge platform size, soaring heights and heavy duty capacities all in one! Powered extension decks can give a 7.20m platform length. The addition of auto/independent outriggers and a 3.5Kw generator makes the 9250 the most complete scissor on the market. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Platform Extended SWL Power Closed Height Guardrails Folded Overall Width Closed Length Weight

17.20m 15.20m 1.90 x 4.30m 1.90 x 7.20m 681Kg Diesel 3.20m 2.30m 2.34m 4.50m 7407Kg

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TRACKED BOOMS

Tracked booms are designed to reach places that cannot be reached by any other kind of access platform. Able to work both inside and outdoors, with very low ground pressure being applied, these tracked booms can be driven from the platform whilst stowed offering maximum traction on steep gradients. Hydraulic outriggers allow fast setup and operation on even the most uneven of terrain. They are also light enough to be transported on a trailer.

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NIFTYLIFT NIFTY TD120TN The lightweight TD120TN track drive access platform offers an impressive working envelope from a compact base. Delivering excellent traction and gradeability on steep or rough terrain the TD120TN has retractable tracks allowing it to pass through a 0.75m opening for restricted access applications. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Closed Width Closed Length Outrigger Footprint Weight

12.20m 10.20m 0.75 x 0.65m 6.10m 120Kg Bi Fuel 1.90m 0.75m 3.95m 3.00 x 3.00m 1770Kg

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HINOWA GOLDLIFT 14.70

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14.00m 12.00m 1.30 x 0.69m 7.00m 120Kg Diesel 1.98m 0.78m 4.06m 2.70 x 2.70m 1700Kg

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NIFTYLIFT NIFTY TD170

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WHEELED BOOMS

Boom lifts are ideal for reaching up and over floor mounted obstructions and reaching elevated locations not easily accessed by a scissor lift. These booms have 360 degree rotation and are driveable from the work platform at full height. Boom lifts are available as either diesel, bi-energy or electric powered machines with varying chassis widths to allow access to both narrow industrial aisles and crowded job sites. 4WD is also available for outside rough terrain sites.

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NIFTY HEIGHTRIDER HR10 The Heightrider 10 (HR10) provides excellent reach capabilities from a compact and very low weight base. A 1.5m chassis width and tight turning circle means superb manoeuvrability making the HR10 ideal for working in restricted areas such as factories or warehouses. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

10.00m 8.00m 1.10 x 0.65m 4.50m 200Kg Bi Fuel 2.00m 1.50m 4.25m 2130Kg

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NIFTY HEIGHTRIDER HR12N The Heightrider 12N (HR12N) bi-energy is one of the most versatile machines in its class. It gives maximum reach performance from the lightest, most compact base possible. A telescopic upper boom gives improved accuracy when positioning and superb manoeuvrabilty makes it ideal for a wide range of applications. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

12.20m 10.20m 1.10 x 0.65m 6.10m 200Kg Bi Fuel 1.90m 1.50m 4.10m 3060Kg

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NIFTY HEIGHTRIDER HR12 2X4 The Nifty Heightrider HR12 2x4 gives unbeatable accuracy when positioning the boom and excellent manoeuvrability making it ideal for a wide range of applications. Available with white non-marking tyres and a electric/diesel bi-energy option. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

12.20m 10.20m 1.10 x 0.65m 6.10m 200Kg Bi Fuel 1.90m 1.80m 4.10m 2630Kg

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NIFTY HEIGHTRIDER HR12 4X4 With its compact dimensions and class-leading working envelope, the Heightrider 12 has always been versatile and reliable. Add to this a low weight chassis and a powerful 4-Wheel-Drive system and you’ve got the HR12 4x4 one of the most complete 12m (40ft) self propelled boom lifts available. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

12.20m 10.20m 1.10 x 0.65m 6.10m 200Kg Bi Fuel 1.95m 1.60m 4.10m 3400Kg

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MANITOU 120AETJ The 120AETJ is a compact (1.2 metres wide) articulated platform with a working height of 12 metres, which is ideal for operating in narrow and restricted areas. The comfort of the operator is ensured thanks to the ergonomic design of the controls for ease of use. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Overall Width Closed Length Weight

11.95m 9.95m 1.20 x 0.96m 7.00m 200Kg Electric 1.99m 1.20m 5.48m 6660Kg

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LEGUAN 160

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The Leguan 160 is a boom for heavy use, providing functions that fulfill the needs of even the most qualityconscious person. High platform capacity over the whole working area, chassis with wheels or crawler tracks and strong booms make the 15 Leguan 160 the 14 right choice for 13 professionals. 15

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SKYJACK SJ 51AJ

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17.58m 15.58m 1.83 x 0.76m 9.16m 227Kg Diesel 2.07m 2.24m 7.25m 7316Kg

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MANITOU 180ATJ Excellent all terrain capability is a feature of the 180ATJ with a working height of just under 18 metres and a maximum outreach of over 10 metres. Three articulated arms can be quickly positioned for full efficiency.

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NIFTY HEIGHTRIDER HR21 4x4

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20.80m 18.80m 1.80 x 0.85m 12.50m 225Kg Diesel 2.15m 2.27m 6.65m 6400Kg

The HR21 4x4 is unbeatable in its class. A 20m working height and a 12.5m outreach, all with a gross weight of only 6400Kg. Whether it be up-and-over access or jobs below ground level the HR21 can do it all.

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TRAILER MOUNTED BOOMS

Road towable trailer mounted boom lifts can be transported from site to site easily by large saloon car or 4x4 and set up quickly using manual or hydraulic outriggers. These booms are built to be as light and compact as possible but offer an excellent working envelope for their size. Available as either electric, diesel or bi-energy machines, trailer mounted booms are ideal for both indoor and outdoor use and particularly for multi location jobs.

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NIFTYLIFT NIFTY 90 The Nifty 90 trailer mount is a fast and cost effective alternative to ladders or scaffolds. Its compact, low weight design allows the Nifty 90 to be towed by small vehicles and set up in confined spaces where its simple controls make even first time operation straightforward. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Closed Width Closed Length Outrigger Footprint Weight

9.50m 7.50m 0.60 x 0.60m 3.50m 120Kg Electric 1.70m 0.75m 3.80m 2.10 x 2.10m 595Kg

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NIFTYLIFT NIFTY 120 The Nifty 120 is a robust and versatile trailer mount. It has a retractable axle that allows it to pass through a 1.1 metre opening, giving better access to applications. The long life battery power pack allows the Nifty 120 to work inside or out, quietly with zero emissions. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Closed Width Closed Length Outrigger Footprint Weight

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NIFTYLIFT NIFTY 170 With one of the largest working envelopes in its class the Nifty 170 delivers maximum reach with stability and control. Octagonal boom sections provide the strength without compromising on weight and the telescopic upper boom improves accuracy when positioning the platform. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Power Closed Height Closed Width Closed Length Outrigger Footprint Weight

17.10m 15.10m 1.10 x 0.65m 8.70m 200Kg Bi Fuel 2.15m 1.65m 6.20m 4.40 x 4.40m 1900Kg

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VAN MOUNTED BOOMS

An articulated boom mounted on top of a van offers storage space and load carrying capacity. The unit is an ideal choice for those who need to carry tools and equipment between jobs. Their ability to travel quickly between sites and set up and be operational within minutes makes them popular with lighting, telecommunications and security contractors. These van mounted booms can also be driven on a non HGV licence.

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K-LIFT STREETMASTER V125 The K-lift Streetmaster V125 is the van mounted 12.50 metre MEWP. It features an outreach of 7.70 metres. The V125 has a class leading spare capacity of 1500Kg allowing for a practical amount of materials and tools. Working Height Platform Height Platform Size Outreach SWL Closed Height Closed Width Working Width Closed Length Weight

12.50m 10.50m 1.20 x 0.77m 7.70m 200Kg 3.40m 2.04m 2.40m 6.60m 3500Kg

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TOWERS & STEPS

Mobile aluminium towers are lightweight scaffold towers used throughout the construction and building industry for both indoor and outdoor solutions where a stable and secure platform is required. The highly versatile towers provide a strong working platform across a variety of heights.

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TOWERS & STEPS Whether hiring aluminium towers or podium steps Winner Access have the solution when a secure, stable platform is required. Towers are available in a range of widths and up to a 12.20m working height whilst the podium steps give a safe working height of up to 4.00m.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. DEFINITIONS (a) The “Owner” is the Company, firm or person letting the plant on hire and includes their successors, assigns or personal representatives. (b) The “Hirer” is the Company, firm, person, Corporation or public authority taking the owner’s plant on hire and includes their successors or personal representatives. (c) “Plant” covers all classes of plant, machinery, vehicles, equipment and accessories therefor, which the Owner agrees to hire to the Hirer. (d) A “day” shall be 8 hours or if the day is a Friday it shall be 7 hours, unless otherwise specified in the Contract. (e) A “working week” covers the period from starting time on Monday to finishing time on Friday. (f) The “hire period” shall commence from the time when the plant leaves the Owner’s depot or place where last employed and shall continue until the plant is received back at the Owner’s named depot or other agreed location. (g) A “Consumer Contract” is a contract entered into with a person acting in his own capacity and not for or on behalf of any business or trade entity. 2. EXTENT OF CONTRACT No conditions other than specifically set forth in the Offer and Acceptance and herein shall be deemed to be incorporated in or to form part of the Contract or shall otherwise govern the relationship between the Owner and the Hirer in relation to the hire of any particular plant pursuant to the Offer and Acceptance. The Contract does not create any right enforceable by or purport to confer any benefit on any person not a party to it except that a person who is a successor to or an assignee of the rights of the Owner is deemed to become a party to the Contract after the date of succession or assignment (as the case may be). 3. ACCEPTANCE OF PLANT Acceptance of the plant on site implies acceptance of all terms and conditions herein unless otherwise agreed in writing. 4. UNLOADING AND LOADING The Hirer shall be responsible for the unobstructed access and, unless otherwise agreed in writing, for unloading and loading of the plant at the site, and any personnel supplied by the Owner for such unloading and/or loading shall be deemed to be under the direction and control of the Hirer. Such personnel shall for all purposes in connection with their employment in the unloading and/or loading of the plant be regarded as the servants or agents of the Hirer (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clause 13) who alone shall be responsible for all claims arising in connection with unloading and or loading of the plant by, or with the assistance of, such personnel. 5. DELIVERY IN GOOD ORDER AND MAINTENANCE: INSPECTION REPORTS (a) Unless notification in writing to the contrary is received by the Owner from the Hirer in the case of plant supplied with an operator within four working days, and in the case of plant supplied without an operator within three working days, of the plant being delivered to the site, the plant shall be deemed to be in good order, save for either an inherent fault or a fault not ascertainable by reasonable examination, in accordance with terms of the Contract and to the Hirer’s satisfaction, provided that where plant requires to be erected on site, the periods above stated shall be calculated from the date of completed erection of plant. The Hirer shall be responsible for its safe keeping, use in a

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TERMS & CONDITIONS workmanlike manner within the manufacturer’s rated capacity and return on the completion of the hire inequal good order (fair wear and tear excepted). (b) The Hirer shall when hiring plant without Owner’s operator or driver take all reasonable steps to keep himself acquainted with the state and condition of the plant. If such plant be continued at work or in use in an unsafe and unsatisfactory state or environment, the Hirer shall be solely responsible for any damage, loss or accidents whether directly or indirectly arising therefrom. (c) The current Inspection Report required under the relevant legislation, or a copy thereof, shall be supplied by the Owner if requested by the Hirer and returned on completion of hire. 6. SERVICING AND INSPECTION The Hirer shall at all reasonable times allow the Owner, his Agents or his Insurers to have access to the plant to inspect, test, adjust, repair or replace the same. So far as reasonably possible, such work will be carried out at times to suit the convenience of the Hirer. 7. TIMBER MATS OR EQUIVALENT (a) If the ground (including any private access road or track) is soft or unsuitable for the plant to work on, travel, or be transported over without timbers or equivalents the Hirer shall supply and lay suitable timbers or equivalents in a suitable position for the plant to travel over, work on, or be transported over, including for the purpose of delivery and collection. (b) Where the hire is for lifting equipment, any sound timber or other material supplied by the Owner for use with outriggers/stabilisers is provided solely to assist the Hirer and expressly not to relieve him of his legal, regulatory or contractual obligations to ensure adequate stability of the lifting equipment under the imposed loading. 8. HANDLING OF PLANT When a driver or operator or any person is supplied by the Owner with the plant, the Owner shall supply a person competent in operating the plant or for such purpose for which the person is supplied and such person shall be under the direction and control of the Hirer. Such drivers or operators or persons shall for all purposes in connection with their employment in the working of the plant be regarded as the servants or agents of the Hirer (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clause 13) who also shall be responsible for all claims arising in connection with the operation of the plant by the said drivers/operators/persons. The Hirer shall not allow any other person to operate such plant without the Owner’s previous consent to be confirmed in writing. 9. BREAKDOWN, REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENT (a) When the plant is hired without the Owner’s driver or operator any breakdown or the unsatisfactory working of any part of the plant must be notified immediately to the Owner. Any claim for breakdown time will only be considered from the time and date of notification. (b) Full allowance for the hire charges and for the reasonable cost of repairs that have been authorised by the Owner will be made to the Hirer for any stoppage due to breakdown of plant caused by the development of either an inherent fault or a fault not ascertainable by reasonable examination or fair wear and tear and for all stoppages for normal running repairs in accordance with the terms of the Contract. (c) The Hirer shall not, except for the changing of any tyre and repair of punctures, repair the plant without the written authority of the Owner. The changing of any tyre and repair of punctures are

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TERMS & CONDITIONS however the responsibility of the Hirer who should arrange for them to be changed/repaired without awaiting authorisation from the Owner. The Hirer is responsible for all costs incurred in the changing or replacement of any tyre and the repair of any puncture. (d) The Hirer shall be responsible for all expense involved arising from any breakdown and all loss or damage incurred by the Owner due to the Hirer’s negligence, misdirection or misuse of the plant, whether by the Hirer or his servants, and for the payment of hire at the idle time rate as defined in Clause 25 during the period the plant is necessarily idle due to such breakdown, loss or damage. The Hirer is responsible for the cost of spares and/or repairs due to theft, loss or vandalism of the plant. The Owner will be responsible for the cost of repairs, inclusive of the cost of spares, to the plant involved in breakdown from all other causes. 10. OTHER STOPPAGES No claims will be admitted (other than those allowed for under “Breakdown” or for “Idle Time”, as herein provided), for stoppages through causes outside the Owner’s control, including bad weather or ground conditions nor shall the Owner be responsible for the cost or expense of recovering any plant from soft ground. 11. LOSS OF OTHER PLANT DUE TO BREAKDOWN Each item of plant specified in the Contract is hired as a separate unit and the breakdown or stoppage of one or more units or vehicles (whether the property of the Owner or otherwise) through any cause whatsoever, shall not entitle the Hirer to compensation or allowance for the loss of working time by any other unit or units of plant working in conjunction therewith, provided that where two or more items of plant are expressly hired together as a unit, such items shall be deemed a unit for the purpose of breakdown. 12. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY Except for liability on the part of the Owner which is expressly provided for in the Contract (including these Clauses): (a) the Owner shall have no liability or responsibility for any loss or damage of whatever nature due to or arising through any cause beyond his reasonable control; (b) the Owner shall have no liability or responsibility, whether by way of indemnity or by reason of any breach of the Contract, breach of statutory duty or misrepresentation or by reason of the commission of any tort (including but not limited to negligence) in connection with the hire, for any of the Hirer’s loss of profit, loss of use of the plant or any other asset or facility, loss of production or productivity, loss of contracts with any third party, liabilities of whatever nature to any third party, and/or any other financial or economic loss or indirect or consequential loss or damage of whatever nature; and (c) whenever the Contract (including these Clauses) provides that any allowance is to be made against hire charges, such allowance shall be the Hirer’s sole and exclusive remedy in respect of the circumstances giving rise to the allowance, and such remedy shall be limited to the amount of hire charges which would otherwise be or become due if the allowance in question had not been made. 13. HIRER’S RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSS AND DAMAGE (a) For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby declared and agreed that nothing in this Clause affects the operation of Clauses 4, 5, 8 and 9 of this Agreement. (b) During the continuance of the hire period the Hirer shall subject to the provisions referred to in sub paragraph (a) make good to the

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TERMS & CONDITIONS Owner all loss of or damage to the plant from whatever cause the same may arise, fair wear and tear excepted, and except as provided in Clause 9 herein, and shall also fully and completely indemnify the Owner in respect of all claims by any person whatsoever for injury to person or property caused by or in connection with or arising out of the storage, transit, transport, unloading, loading or use of the plant during the continuance of the hire period, and in respect of all costs and charges in connection therewith whether arising under statute or common law. In the event of loss of or damage to the plant, hire charges shall be continued at idle time rates as defined in Clause 25 until settlement has been effected. (c) Notwithstanding the above the Hirer shall not be responsible for damage, loss or injury due to or arising: (i) prior to delivery of any plant to the site (or, where the site is not immediately adjacent to a highway maintainable at the public expense, prior to its leaving such highway) where the plant is in transit by transport of the Owner or as otherwise arranged by the Owner, (ii) during the erection and/or dismantling of any plant where such plant requires to be completely erected/dismantled on site, always provided that such erection/dismantling is under the exclusive control of the Owner or his Agent, (iii) after the plant has been removed from the site and is in transit on a highway maintainable at the public expense (or where the site is not immediately adjacent to a highway maintainable at the public expense after it has joined such highway) to the Owner by transport of the Owner or as otherwise arranged by the Owner, (iv) where plant is travelling to or from a site on a highway maintainable at the public expense (or, where the site is not immediately adjacent to a highway maintainable at the public expense, prior to its leaving or after its joining such highway) under its own power with a driver supplied by the Owner. 14. NOTICE OF ACCIDENTS If the plant is involved in any accident resulting in injury to persons or damage to property, immediate notice must be given to the Owner by telephone and confirmed in writing to the Owner’s office. In relation to any claim in respect of which the Hirer is not bound fully to indemnify the Owner, no admission, offer, promise of payment or indemnity shall be made by the Hirer without the Owner’s consent in writing. 15. RE-HIRING ETC. The plant or any part thereof shall not be re-hired, sub-let, or lent to any third party without the written permission of the Owner. 16. CHANGE OF SITE The plant shall not be moved from the site to which it was delivered or consigned without the written permission of the Owner. 17. RETURN OF PLANT FOR REPAIRS If during the hire period the Owner decides that urgent repairs to the plant are necessary he may arrange for such repairs to be carried out on site or at any location of his nomination. In that event the Owner shall be obliged to replace the plant with similar plant if available, the Owner (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clauses 9 and/or 13) paying all transport charges involved. In the event of the Owner being unable to replace the plant he shall be entitled to determine the Contract forthwith (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clauses 9 and/or 13) by giving written notice to the Hirer. If such determination occurs:

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TERMS & CONDITIONS (a) within three months from the commencement of hire, the Owner (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clauses 9 and/or 13) shall pay all transport charges involved, or, (b) more than three months from the commencement of hire, the Owner (but without prejudice to any of the provisions of Clauses 9 and/or 13) shall be liable only for the cost of reloading and return transport. 18. BASIS OF CHARGING (a) The Hirer shall render to the Owner for each week an accurate statement of the number of hours the plant has worked each day. Where the plant is accompanied by the Owner ’s driver or operator, the Hirer shall sign the employee’s Time Record Sheets. The signature of the Hirer’s representative shall bind the Hirer to accept the hours shown on the Time Record Sheets. (b) Full allowance will be made for breakdown periods resulting from mechanical or electrical faults or absence of driver or operator supplied by the Owner except where breakdown is due to acts or omissions of third parties and/or the Hirer’s misuse, misdirection or negligence, subject however to the provisions of Clause 8 of this Agreement. (c) Breakdown time in respect of such periods shall be allowed for not more than 8 hours Monday to Thursday and not more than 7 hours on Friday less the actual hours worked. (d) Plant shall be hired out either: (i) for a stated minimum number of hours per day or per week or, (ii) without any qualification as to minimum hours. Odd days at the beginning and at the end of the hire period shall be charged pro rata. (e) Stoppages due to changing of tyres and repairs to punctures will be chargeable as working time up to a maximum of 2 hours for any one stoppage and any excess will be charged for at the appropriate idle time rates. (f) In the case of plant which requires to be dismantled for the purpose of transportation, if the Owner agrees to a modification of the hire charge for the period required for assembling on site and dismantling upon completion of hire, such modification of the hire charge and the period for which it shall apply shall be stated on the Hire Contract. 19. PLANT HIRED ON A DAILY BASIS WITHOUT QUALIFICATION AS TO HOURS The full daily rate will be charged on a daily basis irrespective of the hours worked except in the case of breakdown for which the Owner is responsible, when the actual hours worked will be charged pro rata of the average working day. No hire charge shall be made for Saturday and/or Sunday unless the plant is actually worked. 20. PLANT HIRED BY THE WEEK OR MONTH WITHOUT QUALIFICATION AS TO HOURS The weekly or monthly rate shall be charged irrespective of the number of hours worked, except in the case of breakdown for which the Owner is responsible when an allowance pro rata of the agreed weekly rate or pro rata of the agreed monthly rate will be made for each full working day broken down calculated to the nearest half working day. 21. PLANT HIRED BY THE WEEK OR THE HOUR FOR A MINIMUM OF 39 HOURS PER WEEK If no breakdown occurs, the full hire for the minimum period in the Contract will be charged and an additional pro rata charge will be made for hours worked in excess of such minimum period. Allowance will be made for breakdowns up to 8 hours except on Fridays when the allowance will be up to 7 hours providing always that where the

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TERMS & CONDITIONS actual hours worked are in excess of the minimum period less breakdown time, the actual hours worked shall be chargeable. Idle time for this purpose shall be treated as actual working time. Theminimum week of 39 hours shall be reduced by 8 hours Monday to Thursday and 7 hours Friday for each day’s statutory holiday occurring in such week, provided that the plant does not work on the holiday. 22. “ALL-IN” RATES Where “All-In” rates are charged by agreement the minimum period shall be as defined in the Contract and in accordance with the hire rates and terms contained therein, subject to the provisions of Clause 26. 23. COMMENCEMENT AND TERMINATION OF HIRE (TRANSPORT OF PLANT) (a) The hire period shall commence from the time when the plant leaves the Owner’s depot or place where last employed and shall continue until the plant is received back at the Owner’s named depot or other agreed location but an allowance shall be made of not more than one day’s hire charge each way for travelling time. If the plant be used on day of travelling, full hire rates shall be paid for the period of use on that day. If more than one day be properly and unavoidably occupied in transporting the plant, a hire charge at idle time rates shall be payable for such extra time, provided that where plant is hired for a total period of less than one week, the full hire rate shall be paid from the date of despatch to the date of return to the Owner’s named depot or other agreed location. (b) An allowance of not more than one day’s travelling time shall be allowed when the plant is travelling to a site other than that specified in the Contract provided that: (i) consent to such transfer has been given by the Owner under Clause 16, and, (ii) the plant is moved by means other than under its own power, and, (iii) the plant shall have been on the site specified in the Contract or on any other site to which consent to transfer has been given under Clause 16 for a period of at least 14 days. 24. NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF CONTRACT Where the period of hire is indeterminate or having been defined becomes indeterminate the Contract shall be determinable by seven days notice in writing given by either party to the other except in cases where the plant has been lost or damaged. Notwithstanding that the Owner may have agreed to accept less than 7 days notice of termination, the Hirer’s obligations under Clause 13 shall continue until the plant is returned to the Owner in accordance with Clause 31 or until the Owner has collected the plant within the 7 days following the acceptance of short notice. Oral notice given by the Hirer to the Owner’s driver or operator shall not be deemed to constitute compliance with the provisions of this Clause. 25. IDLE TIME When the plant is prevented by prolonged inclement weather from working for a complete week, the charge shall be two thirds of the hire rate or such other idle time rate as is stated in the Offer. If the plant works for any time during the guaranteed hire period then the whole of that guaranteed minimum period shall be charged as working time. In any case no period less than one day shall be reckoned as idle time save for as provided for in clause 18(e). Where an “All-In” rate is charged, idle time is charged on the machine element only. Full rate will be charged for the operator.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS 26. WAGES AND OTHER CHARGEABLE ITEMS RELATING TO DRIVERS AND OPERATORS OF PLANT All chargeable items shall be paid by the Hirer at the rates contracted save that any subsequent increases before and/or during the hire period arising from awards under any wage agreements and/or from increases in the employer’s statutory contribution shall be charged as additions at cost by the Owner and shall be admitted and paid by the Hirer. 27. TRAVELLING TIME AND FARES Travelling time and fares for drivers, operators and any person supplied by the Owner, similar expenses incurred at the beginning and end of the hire period and where appropriate return fare of the driver, operator and any person supplied by the Owner to his home will be chargeable at cost. No charge shall be made by the Owner for any such expenses incurred by other employees of the Owner for the purpose of servicing, repair or maintenance of plant, unless necessitated by the Hirer’s negligence, misdirection or misuse of the plant. 28. FUEL, OIL AND GREASE Fuel, oil and grease shall, when supplied by the Owner, be charged at net cost or an agreed estimate of net cost, and when supplied by the Hirer, shall be of a grade or type specified by the Owner. 29. SHARPENING OF DRILLS/STEELS ETC. The cost of re-sharpening shall be borne by the Hirer. 30. OWNER’S NAME PLATES The Hirer shall not remove, deface or cover up the Owner’s name plate or mark on the plant indicating that it is his property. 31. TRANSPORT The Hirer shall pay the cost of and if required by the Owner, arrange transport of, the plant from the Owner’s depot or other agreed location to the site and return to named depot or other agreed location on completion of the hire period. 32. GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS The Hirer will be responsible for compliance with relevant regulations issued by the Government or Local Authorities, including regulations under the Factories Acts, Health and Safety at Work Act etc and observance of the Road Traffic Acts should they apply, including the cost of Road Fund Licences and any insurances made necessary thereby, save that if and during such time as the plant is travelling, whether for full or part journey from Owner to site and site to Owner under its own power with a driver supplied by the Owner, the Owner and not the Hirer shall be responsible as aforesaid. 33. PROTECTION OF OWNER’S RIGHTS (a) The Hirer shall not re-hire, sell, mortgage, charge, pledge, part with possession of or otherwise deal with the plant except as provided under Clause 15 and shall protect the same against distress, execution or seizure and shall indemnify the Owner against all losses, damage, costs, charges and expenses arising as a direct result of any failure to observe and perform this condition except in the event of Government requisition. (b) If the Hirer make default in punctual payment of any sum due to the Owner for hire of plant or other charges or shall fail to observe and perform the terms and conditions of this Contract, or if the Hirer shall suffer any distress or execution to be levied against him or make or propose to make any arrangement with his creditors or becomes insolvent within the meaning of Section 113 of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 or any

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TERMS & CONDITIONS amendment or reenactment thereof for the time being in force; or shall do or cause to be done or permit or suffer any act or thing whereby the Owner’s rights in the plant may be prejudiced or put into jeopardy, this Contract may forthwith be determined by notice from the Owner to the Hirer (notwithstanding that the Owner may have waived some previous default or matter of the same or a like nature). The Contract shall thereupon be deemed determined by reason of the Hirer’s breach and it shall be lawful for the Owner to retake possession of the said plant and for that purpose enter into or upon any premises where the same may be and the determination of the hiring under this Condition shall not affect the right of the Owner to recover from the Hirer any monies due to the Owner under the Contract or any of the Owner’s rights and remedies. In particular, without limitation, the Owner shall be entitled to claim the hire charges outstanding as at the date of determination of the hire under this clause, return transport charges under clause 31, and damages for the Hirer’s actual or deemed breach of the Contract under this Clause. 34. CHANGES IN NORMAL WORKING WEEK The foregoing provisions have been framed upon the basis of the Hirer working a 5-day week of 39 hours; it is hereby agreed that in the event of: (a) there being any change in the normal weekly hours in the industry in which the Hirer is engaged or, (b) the Contract being made with reference to a 5 day week of other than 39 hours. Clauses 1(d) and (e), 18(c) and (d), 20 and (in regard to breakdown allowance and reduction for statutory holidays) 21 shall be deemed to be modified conformably and in the event of an alteration in the normal weekly working hours in the said industry the “Hire Rates and Terms” of plant hired for a minimum weekly or daily period shall be varied pro rata. 35. DISPUTE RESOLUTION (a) If the original site is in England or Wales, the proper law of the Contract shall be English law. If the original site is in Scotland, the Contract shall in all respects be construed and operated as a Scottish contract, and shall be interpreted in accordance with Scots law. If the original site is in Northern Ireland, the proper law of the Contract shall be Northern Ireland law. (b) The Scheme for Construction Contracts contained in the Scheme for Construction Contracts (England and Wales) Regulations 1998, or any amendment or re-enactment thereof for the time being in force, shall apply to the Contract. The person (if any) specified in the Contract to act as adjudicator may be named in the Offer. The specified nominating body to select adjudicators shall be the Construction Plant Hire Association acting by its President or Chief Executive for the time being. In paragraph 21 of the Scheme “this paragraph” shall be deleted and “paragraph 20” substituted. (c) The Owner and the Hirer shall comply forthwith with any decision of the adjudicator; and shall submit to summary judgment and enforcement (and/or, under Scots law, shall consent to a motion for summary decree and submit to enforcement) in respect of all such decisions; in each case, without any defence, set-off, counterclaim, abatement or deduction. Where, under Scots law, the Owner, the Hirer, or the adjudicator, wishes to register a decision of the adjudicator for execution in the Books of Council and Session, any other party shall, on being requested to do so, forthwith consent to such registration by subscribing the decision before a witness.

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HOW TO FIND US Bookings

0845 601 5327 Sussex Depot 01903 230700 Surrey Depot 01483 456789

London Berkshire Surrey

Kent

Hampshire 01483 456789 Sussex

01903 230700

Head Office: Unit 1, 5 Meadow Road Ind. Estate Dale Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 2RU Telephone: 01903 230700 Fax: 01903 230829 Email: sales@winneraccess.co.uk

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Model Haulotte Star 10 Hinowa Goldlift 14-70 K-Lift Streetmaster V125 Leguan 160 Manitou 120AETJ Manitou 180ATJ Nano 4.50 Nifty Heightrider HR10 Nifty Heightrider HR12N Nifty Heightrider HR12 2x4 Nifty Heightrider HR12 4x4 Nifty Heightrider HR21 4x4 Niftylift Nifty 90 Niftylift Nifty 120 Niftylift Nifty TD120TN Niftylift Nifty 170 Niftylift Nifty TD170 Snorkel SL26SL Speed Level Skyjack 3215 Skyjack 3219 Skyjack 3226 Skyjack 4632 Skyjack 6832 Skyjack 9250 Skyjack SJ12 Skyjack SJ16 Skyjack SJ51AJ Youngman Boss X2 Youngman Boss X3X

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Category Push Around Platforms Scissor Lifts Tracked Booms Trailer Mounted Booms Tower and Steps Van Mounted Booms Vertical Lift Wheeled Booms

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ACCESS TRAILERS Winner Access is able to supply custom built access trailers specially designed to carry our smaller electric scissor lifts and tracked and wheeled booms. So should you have multi sites then hiring a trailer from Winner Access is a sure way of cutting transport costs and enabling you to have your access platform where you want it, when you want it.

The information in this book is for guidance only and is subject to change without prior notice in line with the manufacturers development program. Winner Group and its suppliers cannot be held liable for any damage or injury through use of this guide to specify equipment.

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