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Safety in docks

Docks regulations (Northern Ireland) 1989 : approved code of practice with regulations and guidance

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Published by H.M.S.O. in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHealth and Safety Agency for Northern Ireland.
SeriesHSA -- 44
ContributionsHealth and Safety Agency for Northern Ireland.
The Physical Object
Pagination89p. :
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21301752M
ISBN 100337111537

A quick guide to health and safety in ports the Dangerous Substances in Harbour Areas Regulations ; and the Loading and Unloading of Fishing Vessels Regulations The Approved Code of Practice Safety in Docks (COP25) covers the Docks Regulations but much of that material has been repealed and replaced by more recent Size: KB. Get this from a library! Safety in docks: Docks Regulations approved code of practice with regulations and guidance. [Great Britain. Health and Safety Commission.].

  According to OSHA, injuries on loading docks most often occur when forklifts run off docks, or when product or equipment falls off and strikes a workers. To prevent such injuries, the agency recommends: Drive forklifts slowly on docks and dock plates. Secure dock plates, and always verify a plate can fully support the weight of the load. Figure 3. Paint the edges of loading docks to improve visibility. Check for pedestrians, over vehicles, and other obstacles when exiting trailers. Figure 4. Painted edges of loading docks to improve visibility.

Second edition. Revised code of practice relating to occupational safety at ports and occupational health of dockers, with particular reference to cargo handling - covers general provisions for safe means of access to ships, freight containers, technical aspect of lifting equipment, warehouses, handling of toxic substances, safety training, medical examinations, reporting system for. EDGESAFE LOADING DOCK SAFETY GATE BENEFITS. Safety That Pays – The EdgeSafe Loading Dock Safety Gate keeps your team safe while keeping your dock running efficiently; Flexible Sizing – Gate systems adjustable to fit ″ to ″ or ″ to ″ clear opening widths; Easy Operation – Counterbalanced design makes it easy for one person to operate the gate smoothly with just one hand.


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