We’ve tallied up the retweets, shares and likes from Facebook and Twitter and are ready to announce our inaugural Tower Selfie Winner for Tower Week 2015. We’ve also added in a special Tower Selfie Staff Choice Award for selfies that stood out from the crowd and impressed the PASMA office.
We can confirm that the winners are…. *drum roll* …
Day 4’s results are in and we’ve managed to add another 228m to the High Tower Challenge, bringing our total height raised to 1939m!
With Day 5’s results still to come in ( the combined height of towers built today), we might just make it to the top of Olympus and high five Zeus himself.
We’ll also be performing the prize draw to decide which participant’s charity will receive the final amount PASMA has raised once the final height is confirmed.
It’s fitting that on the last day of PASMA Tower Week 2015 we feature the diversity of mobile access towers and their ability to provide safe and effective access for a wide variety of different and frequently demanding applications. The domain of PASMA’s ‘Hire and Assembly’ members, they include TOWERS ON STAIRS, BRIDGING UNITS AND CANTILEVER STRUCTURES.
So what do you need to know? Here are 9 facts to give you a head start:
Yet another fantastic result from day 3 of our High Tower Challenge. Our participants are building towers to such a combined height, we need to use mountains to show the sheer scale of it!
Our participants reported a height build of 506m, bringing the total to a dizzying high of 1411m, flying by Snowdon and Ben Nevis in one go. This also means that at least £1411 will be donated to a lucky participant’s charity – through our sponsorship of a pound per metre – at the end of the week.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s now Day 4 of PASMA TOWER WEEK. We’ve covered low level work platforms, one man towers and narrow towers, and now it’s the turn of STANDARD MOBILE ACCESS TOWERS – those unsung heroes of height safety that are in daily use up and down the country.
However, as with all types of access equipment, there are certain do’s and don’ts. Here are 9 of the most important:
Wow is all we can say. On day 2 of the High Tower Challenge, our participants built towers to the combined height of 444m, meaning that they have sky-rocketed past every landmark building in the challenge in only two days.
This is a fantastic achievement and at a pound per metre sponsorship, PASMA has raised £905 to donate to a participant’s charity via prize draw at the end of the week.
It’s Day 3 of PASMA TOWER WEEK, the annual campaign dedicated to promoting safety and best practice in the mobile access tower industry. Today it’s time to talk about NARROW TOWERS, those adaptable access products that fit like a glove in areas where space is restricted.
Like to know more? Then here are 6 top things to get you started:
Our High Tower Challenge Participants have been busy. For day 1 of Tower Week they have already managed to fly past two landmark buildings – both the Shard and Empire State Building – by assembling an impressive 461 metres worth of towers combined.
PASMA is sponsoring a pound per metre to donate to one of our partner’s charities, which means we have already raised a fantastic £461.
Having focused on low level work platforms on Day 1 of PASMA Tower Week, on Day 2 we’re turning our attention to ONE MAN TOWERS – those easy-to-assemble access tower systems designed for one person use.
We’ve picked our brains to come up with 8 things we think you should know about them: