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Keep your people safe in Loading/Unloading Exclusion Zones (LUEZ)


Thursday, 9 Nov 2017 ( #846 )
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Despite the many measures taken, loading and unloading procedures are still incorrectly followed. Heavy machinery falls from loading areas and people are still being hit by moving vehicles, causing terrible, life-altering injuries. In worst-case scenarios, these accidents end in fatalities.

These recurring onsite personnel safety issues are commonly referred to as Loading, Unloading Exclusion Zone incidents or LUEZ for short. According to WorkCover Queensland, there are more than 200 serious LUEZ incidents annually in the construction industry alone. This frequency of injury or death due to Loading, Unloading Exclusion Zone incidents is far too high. With the best practice methods below, you can empower your staff for greater on-site safety and avoid mobile plant related accidents.

The BodyGuard i-Tag Proximity Warning System is the perfect solution for reducing the risk of collision related accidents occurring on your work site. It can stop your vehicle operators and pedestrian staff from colliding into each other.

Safety loading and unloading trucks and exclusion zone racking

          
With the BodyGuard i-Tag Proximity Warning System you can reduce the risk of on-site collisions that can be hurtful to your workers and your business. Avoid vehicle and plant repairs, equipment and personnel downtime, workplace accident investigations, increased insurance premiums and most importantly accidents that result in the injury or death of workers.

With confidence, you can manage risk of workplace hazards, promote a stronger safety culture and protect your people from harm.

Contact us now to see how BodyGuard Pedestrian warning system can keep your people safe.

BodyGuard Safety Solutions
'Your Risk is our Business'

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