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A recent incident, in which a man was dragged to his death by his harness and lanyard, highlights significant policy variations within the crane and access industries on the issue of when and when not to use a harness
Should the crane and access industry each have a single clear and policy on harness and lanyard usage?
|Essex Rental Corp||3.15||+2.27%|
|FAVELLE FAVCO BHD||3.69||-0.27%|
|Federal Signal Co||15.32||+1.46%|
|H&E Equipment Ser||39.59||-1.71%|
|Titan Machinery I||18.09||-0.88%|
|United Rentals, I||94.46||-1.71%|
March 31, 2014
Crane Operators/Lift Supervisors/Slinger/Signallers/HGV1 + HIAB drivers »
East/West London, UK
March 2, 2014
Hire and Sales manager/depot manager/representative or similar »
Herts/Beds/Bucks/London - UK