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Cranes & Access

Tizmar (PCM)
The Resources Group
Professional Lorry Loader Training
On-Site Hazard Assessment

Developed via the Association’s Technical Standards Committee (TSC), ALLMI’s recent publication of ‘Guidance Note 028 On-Site Hazard Assessment for Mobile Engineers’ is designed to assist those involved with service, maintenance and repair.

ALLMI Technical Manager and Chairman of the TSC, Keith Silvester, comments “The guidance provides mobile engineers and their employers with points to consider regarding on-site hazard assessment.  It looks at the legal requirements surrounding the issue, the value and importance of comprehensive hazard assessment, and the process which should be undertaken upon arrival to site.  It also contains an On-Site Hazard Assessment Form for employers to adopt or further develop for their own use.”

He continues “Whilst this Guidance Note is predominantly aimed at the manufacturer / service company side of the industry, it may also be of interest to fleet owners and site operators, especially those who regularly receive mobile engineers on their premises.  We would, therefore, encourage all of these industry stakeholders to contact ALLMI for a complimentary copy.”