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Date PostedJuly 6, 2016

Construction Site Traffic Plan

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Source: Wikipedia

A recent article on SafetyCulture.com.au highlighted the importance of having a traffic management plan in place on all construction sites, especially given the risks presented by mobile plant and equipment on work sites.

Every year there are hundreds of incidents involving mobile plant and mobile equipment and it isn’t just the employees on site that are at risk, even members of the public can be injured by these hazards.

Vehicles that enter, exit and move around construction sites are hazards that have the potential to cause injury, death and even damage to property. Read more at http://content.safetyculture.com.au/news/index.php/06/construction-site-safety-traffic-management-plan/#.V3Dutfl97IV

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