Working Around Excavators Toolbox Talk (UK)
The Working Around Excavators Toolbox Talk (UK) app specifies that an excavator is a machine consisting of a boom, dipper (or stick), bucket and cab on a rotating platform known as the "house." The house sits atop an undercarriage with tracks or wheels.
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During excavation work the machine operator or driver will be assisted by a spotter or banksman who check for pipes or cables when digging or ensure excavations are to the correct depth. The banksman must be vigilant always while working closely with excavators. Most injuries occur when excavators are moving, slewing or working. Ensuring safety is always a concern and every effort should be made to keep people away from excavator operation. Fencing should be placed around the worksite and a signaler should be used to promote a safe environment.
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