The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment has just released the Health and safety leadership guide.
Yes, say McLeod Cranes. And they’re writing national guidelines to make sure of it. When something goes wrong with a crane, it tends to go very wrong, very quickly. Simply, the margin between a near miss and a major accident is vanishingly brief. Suddenly, what seems a normal procedure can turn into a serious accident.
Know Your Crane Signals.
If you are working with or around cranes its important to know your crane signals. The most important being STOP.
The STOP signal can be given by anyone on site. In a crane operation safety is always of the highest priority. Crane operators are trained to accept a STOP signal from anyone whether they are part of the operation or not.
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