[Everyone] Re: Tubes

Phil
Wed May 6 08:41:33 GMT 2009


Hi all,

Paul, fantastic idea about disposing of the lifts in favour of the 
slides. But I'm not clear how we would go *up* without the lifts? Some 
of us like to use the stairs anyway because it's ENGERGISING but plenty 
of people would probably still prefer to use the lifts, not least people 
such as yourself who, if I may possibly say so, are differently able 
bodied and would find the stairs unsuitable as a means of escalation. Is 
there perhaps another solution?

While I'm on the subject could you in your EOAHASD role investigate 
possible ways of controlling traffic on the slide system? We've already 
had a couple of accidents with people not clearing the bottom quick 
enough and trying to join the slide at floors part way down while that 
particular slide system was already being utilised downwardly. Only the 
other day I accidentally went down on Jen and we're both still bruised! 
Sorry Jen!!!

Thankyou.


On 2009-05-05 6:31 pm, Paul wrote:
> James,
> 
> This is great news. I will delay my return until the work on the slides has
> been finished (and tested this time!). In the meantime please could everyone
> be careful using the lifts and stairs. If anyone feels unsure how to use the
> lifts and stairs please let me know so that I can arrange suitable training
> for you. Remember my Health and Safety motto: When in doubt.... do nowt.
> 
> Does anyone know what the plans are for the old lifts when the slides are
> completed? I wonder if I could have one for my office. Who should I ask? It
> would make sense considering my work is carried out on all levels of the
> building. I would quite like the exterior glass one on the south slide.
> 
> Busy day!
> Paul
> EOaHaSD
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
>  On Behalf Of James
> Wallis
> Sent: 05 May 2009 15:37
> To: Everyone in the office
> Subject: [Everyone] Tubes
> 
> Maintenance has started work on making the Tubes wheelchair-accessible,
> starting with Tube X5 which connects Brendan Fraser to Felicity Kendall. As
> I'm sure you appreciate this is a major job and will require all maintenance
> personnel for the next two weeks. Please do not bother Maintenance with
> minor requests regarding broken lights, stuck doors or electrical problems
> during this time. Thank you. Also, the Tubes will be out of operation until
> the work is completed.
> 
> James
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