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Exclusion Zones in Crane Operations

Graham Marshall - Sunday, December 23, 2012

This Safety Alert from APPEA highlights the need to enforce procedures for crane operations.

It shows, firstly, the need for exclusion zones, in terms of establishing an area around the "drop zone" of any potential object which could fall; and secondly, the need to ensure that no person is allowed to enter the exclusions zone. 


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