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13 hours ago

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Special thanks to Andrea for pointing out the issue with our email address. (Y)

We were offline for a while but back now in the world of cyberspace. If you've happened to send an email in the last few days without any acknowledgement or reply, please accept our apology & resend.
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3 days ago

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Victoria's trams might be going solar powered but their feeder lines are no less hazardous. There's a relatively modest 600 Volts flowing through these conductors, but it's DC so any contact is more likely to be lethal because it causes muscle contraction. That can mean hands etc will grip - rather than a sharp jolt & kickback when it's AC current.

This job was a signage changeover just outside Crown Casino in Southbank. Permit issued by Yarra Trams & with tiger-tails for visual assistance, spotter & traffic management in place - this ensured no disruption to their network & a job completed safely for the client

[Thanks to Rod for the photo]
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1 week ago

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A follow up story to a tragic interstate incident last month that caused one death plus a serious injury. The 54-year-old crane driver was charged with 'disqualified driving' after it was discovered that he was not the holder of a valid driver’s licence when the incident took place.

He will front the Cairns Magistrates Court on September 10. Workplace Health and Safety is investigating.

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2 months ago

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A new outlook for the residents in these units with some spiffy new windows being safely installed by All Window Replacements.

The building supply lines are close here though. Minimum clearance of just 500mm

[Thanks to Rod for this photo]
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2 months ago

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1️⃣5️⃣ years of Safety Spotting TODAY 🎂 ...

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2 months ago

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Dealing with some nasty HV lines overhead, but getting the job done with the right equipment and safe working methods (Y)

[Thanks to Rod for this photo]
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2 months ago

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Gutters getting a new lick of paint. A long day & power shutdown is expected today as rain forecast for tomorrow 💦 ...

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3 months ago

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As you keep digging the overhead clearances get better
#powerlines #spotting #safetyspotter #safetyobserver #esv #energysafevictoria #ohs #urbansprawl #sewermains
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3 months ago

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This is what it looks like when you dig up the city's main water supply 😲
#incaseyouwerewondering
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