• Has reversing been minimised as far as practical, and suitable reversing areas allocated?

  • Have spotter roles been designated?

  • Confirm with site supervisor that spotters are trained

  • Is spotter standing in safe position?

  • Reversing is always controlled by a spotter?

  • Driver operator is following directions given by spotter?

  • Where practical has the site been planned to utilise no go zones?

  • Has a Vehicle Movement Plan been completed?

  • Have exclusion zones and where possible no go zones being applied on site?

  • Workers are not standing in plant blind spots?

  • Is a safe walking path being provided on site?

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