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2 weeks ago

Safety Spotter

Just 5 of the common hazards & risk mitigation strategies when using a boom lift.

Your Electrical Safety Spotter is there for #5 - but is a key part of your team so will be integrally involved with your JSA/ SWMS on site

#dontbecomeastatistic [no audio]Attention all boom lift operators. The next 60 seconds could save your life. This short video shows the potential overhead crush and electrocution hazards wh...
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3 weeks ago

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Seasons greetings... and a timely reminder to make sure your worksite remains safe over the long break.

If you're not taking a break, remember our services are available 24/7/365 across the state.Make your site safe before the Christmas break:

WorkSafe is urging builders across Victoria to secure their worksites to make them safe before heading off for the Christmas break. bit.ly/2Ly37wI
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2 months ago

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Time for the updated new look... ...

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3 months ago

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Important Announcement. We have a new email address - info@safetyspotter.com.au

This is effective immediately, so if you have recorded the old one (or if an email has bounced) please note your records - and resend if necessary. Thanks!
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6 months ago

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#InfrastructureUpgrade happening in Wellington Street. Is #CleanWater just a #pipedream or is there light at the other end? ...

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10 months ago

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Don't risk using an unregistered spotter on your worksite!

THESE ARE THE ESV REQUIREMENTS FOR ELIGIBILITY:
To be eligible for spotter registration with ESV, a person needs to:
 Successfully complete the training course “Workplace spotting for service assets” at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO); and
 Hold and maintain First Aid Level 2 (with current CPR).

They also need to have one or more of the following qualifications:
 Mobile plant operator’s qualification (e.g. high risk work licence, operator’s ticket or certificate of competency);
 Dog man or rigger high risk work licence; or
 Successfully complete the Civil Construction Federation training “Assessment for Spotters” for civil construction workers who are not plant operators.

www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/~/media/files/documents/utilities/ohs/ohs-3-april-no-go-zone-spotters-to-...
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11 months ago

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Working with MfJ Constructions Victoria on the #LevelCrossingRemoval project in Buckley Street. Another important #InfrastructureProject for #Victoria - completion by early 2019 ...

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11 months ago

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Another inner-city construction job that's a tight fit and adjacent to some 3-phase bundled power lines. Magnificent 2-storey renovation happening here (Y) ...

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