In a world oversaturated with COVID-19 news, it can be easy to forget the little things that make a business successful. The Crane Association of New Zealand’s Past President, Scott McLeod, reminds you of the all-important fine print in this month’s The Technical Corner.
Witnessing a 750-tonne crane topple in Australia recently on the internet reminded Scott McLeod of the importance of being critically aware of the road you’re driving a crane on.
You may have the polite urge to pullover and let the queue of cars pass, but to do so without knowing what’s underneath you could be costly.
It may seem a silly rule to follow, Scott says, but an all too important one, nonetheless.
“One of the key things I think to remember when you’re on open road is that you’re overweight.
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