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Risk assessment of wheelie bins

 
 
gkhofhg
Drifter
Risk assessment of wheelie bins
18th February 2011 at 5:45PM
Just wondered if the council took into consideration the effect of wheelie bins on pedestrians including wheelchair users when they carried out the risk assessment on using wheelie bins. Walking down Cherry Tree lane today was like practiceing for an olympic hurdle race.
Most of the time i had to walk on the road, ok for me but what about the wheelchair users, mothers pushing prams and buggies or the young children that use this road to get to school.
Seems to me we have some thick incompetent people as councillors in Stockport at the moment, can we all make a bit more effort next time we vote please as these buffoons are putting peoples lives at risk.
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Adamski
Townsperson

Adamski
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
18th February 2011 at 7:16PM
Nowt wrong with the wheelie bins, it's where the binmen put them back once they've been emptied. I leave mine on the drive so the footpath is not blocked. Come back in the evening and they in the middle of the path, one house down.
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RichT
Townsperson

RichT
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
18th February 2011 at 7:43PM
Adamski Wrote:

Nowt wrong with the wheelie bins, it's where the binmen put them back once they've been emptied. I leave mine on the drive so the footpath is not blocked. Come back in the evening and they in the middle of the path, one house down.


I remember when the 'Bin Men' collected your bin and put it back!
Nowt wrong with wheelie bins but the wheels on mine only rotate when I move it!

Today mine had been launched accross the pavement,

Wheels are an amazing invention but some retards hav'nt realised this phenominum yet!
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deano
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
19th February 2011 at 3:54AM
risk assesment for wheelie bins??? is this a windup ?
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Vaudrey vamp
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
20th February 2011 at 7:57AM
"Putting peoples lives at risk" get a grip!
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deano
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
21st February 2011 at 4:32PM
Just wondered if the council took into consideration the effect of wheelie bins on pedestrians including wheelchair users when they carried out the risk assessment on using wheelie bins. Walking down Cherry Tree lane today was like practiceing for an olympic hurdle race.
Most of the time i had to walk on the road, ok for me but what about the wheelchair users, mothers pushing prams and buggies or the young children that use this road to get to school.
Seems to me we have some thick incompetent people as councillors in Stockport at the moment, can we all make a bit more effort next time we vote please as these buffoons are putting peoples lives at risk

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!
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Guest
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
22nd February 2011 at 2:03PM
Some people leave bins outside their property all day due to being out all day.

This unfortunately sends a message to potential burglars to burgle the home.

Also before Xmas there was extra bags outside on paevements. I was walking down my local area. I had to skirt extra bags. It was also icy as well so I had to take extra care.
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burglar
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
22nd February 2011 at 5:46PM
ta for the tip.
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Guest
Drifter
Re: Risk assessment of wheelie bins
23rd February 2011 at 2:49PM
This is meant to be a warning for residents to keep up their security!
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