Show you’re ‘working well with towers’ with our Tower Selfie Competition

 

Are you working well with towers? Well, why not show the world by snapping a selfie?

 

In the social media age, everyone loves to show-off a bit. How many times has someone on holiday posted a photo by the beachside while you’re at work in the rain on a Monday morning? Too many we’d imagine.

 

Now it’s your turn to show-off, but for a good cause – helping promote the safe use of mobile access towers. If you work well with towers, we want to see your tower selfies splashed all over our social media during Tower Safety Week.

 

Proud of a particular tower you built that meets EN 1004? Proud to be delivering training or being trained at a course yourself? Proud to be using a tower in a safe manner to access height?

 

Then simply take a selfie from a safe, secure position* and post them on Facebook or Twitter  using #towersafetyweek

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And if you signed-up to become a Tower Safety Week Partner, don’t forget to pick-up your foam hands from the locations listed in your asset pack, and get waving them in your selfies!

 

 

There will be a total of three award categories:

 


Tower-Master award: 

the person with the biggest collection of selfies with different makes, sizes and types of towers

Prize: Domino’s pizza lunch delivered for you and 5 other colleagues

 


Most Popular award:

the person with the most retweets and likes

Prize: A surprise from Hotel Chocolat

 


Staff Choice award for humour:

the one we feel is the most unique and fun tower selfie

Prize: Zendure A2 power bank phone charger (so you can always use your PASMA app on the go)

 


 

 

Stay tuned for the winner announcements at the end of Tower Week on November 17th.

 

*Safety is paramount to PASMA and Tower Week, so please do not put yourself in any situations which may pose risks to your safety for your selfie. Please do not enter working sites or attempt to climb the tower unless you are competent to do so. PASMA cannot be held responsible for any injuries due to unsafe practice.=