Standard-Duty Job Pics The winches are ideally located so the laborers keep the masons waist-high all day. Standard Duty in the 3-Board configuration. Pull out the Laborers’ outrigger and there’s room for a fourth board. Use a long fork, or a piece of pipe slid over one fork, to move towers from the side and go up into tight spots. While Standard-Duty is ideal in a residential setting, it’s equally at home on commercial jobs like this apartment complex. In fact, it’s rated for jobs up to 80 feet high. The laborers platform on Std-Duty holds three or four 16’s and a fourth cut board in open bays. Look at how the saw is tucked away under the workbench (by the bricklayer wearing the white shirt).