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Safely Operating Extendible Equipment Under Powerlines

Graham Marshall - Thursday, August 02, 2012

Working with mobile equipment below powerlines can be inherently hazardous and requires very good planning.

A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) should always be prepared whenever mobile equipment is to be used below overhead powerlines.

Enclosed here is a free example JSA for use in helping to plan work with extendible mobile equipment. 

The JSA is a "printer-proof" example of the types of JSA which are available in our award-winning JSA Manual.

The manual has an additional 46 JSAs for a range of higher-risk jobs and is ideal for supervisors and managers working in mining, construction, transportation, utilities, shipping, manufacturing and oil and gas.

To find out further information about the JSA Manual, simply click this link.

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