New Zealand’s various industries each contains an element of risk, none more so than the crane industry.
However, Crane Association of New Zealand Immediate Past President, Scott McLeod, says industry players have come on leaps and bounds to mitigate risks, control hazards, and enforce the three ‘C’s’; Consult, Cooperate and Coordinate.
Exclusion zones are but one of a crane business’ premiere tools in creating a safe work environment, he says.
“It puts a highly visible line in the sand and ensures someone who wants to cross that will talk to whoever drew that line, to figure out a problem and consult, cooperate, and coordinate.
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