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Daryl Richardson wrote:
Bill,
 
        I wasn't suggesting that the operator would actually be in a wheel chair; I was suggesting that  the slope used for that purpose might be something you could defend if you have no other guideline. You could also try calling up your local neighborhood Occupational Health and Safety guy.
That's a good point. Thanks. Of course, my assumption is that folks here know more than any number of government employees.
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