A scissor lift overturned during a Trump rally on Sunday while it was being used to support a large flag.
Spotted somewhere in the USA, a linesman using a bucket truck and a ladder from the basket to his work.
Spotted by a reader in Carlisle, UK, a man using an extension ladder and a roof ladder to access a chimney stack on a row of terrace houses.
Spotted this week in Dorset, UK, two examples of poor practice in the same street
When it was decided to demolish an old chimney in Spa, Belgium, the challenge was how to carry it out
Sent in by a reader from the UK, a photograph of three men working on a large free standing ladder
Spotted in the UK, a scissor lift being used to lift a steel beam in the middle of a roundabout
In the past 48 hours a statue of ‘Black Lives Matter’ protester, Jen Reid, has been installed and removed from the plinth previously occupied by one of Edward Colston
Spotted by one of our regular readers in Portugal, a man working on a vessel at a vineyard near Lisbon in Portugal
Two cases of a boom knuckle in the street spotted in London a couple of weeks ago
We recently received a video we received showing one way not to install wooden roof trusses at height.
Spotted by a reader based in Portugal, a boom lift being used from a truck at the same time as its loader crane.
Spotted by a reader in the UK, a tree care worker using a spider lift but not as intended
Two men working from a suspended platform in Florida were given a scare last week after a storm hit as they worked.
Spotted by a reader in Thailand, a pickup truck being used to lift bags of concrete
Spotted in Shropshire yesterday, two men using a van mount to work on a pole
Spotted in Liverpool today a crew using a self-propelled boom lift without unloading it
Spotted at Conexpo this week while the show was open, two men rigging a roofing sheet
Spotted this week in Devon, UK, two men using a truck mounted lift, with some good practice and some less so
Spotted in Manchester, UK, a crane working in the street with little regard to traffic
If you have not seen it yet BBC’s Top Gear programme carried out a bungee jump off the top of a large dam – with a car and its occupant ex-cricketer Freddie Flintoff.
Sent in by a reader two men working on a roof in Birmingham, UK, is it dangerous work at height – a Death Wish – or an efficient form of access?
Spotted by a reader in Miami, Florida, a man with a platform, a ledge, a breaker and possibly a death wish.
Snapped in the UK, a team working at height with scissor lift and telehandler, but not as intended