banksman


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banksman

(ˈbæŋksmən)
n
(Civil Engineering) a crane driver's helper, who signals instructions to the driver for the movement of the crane and its jib
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The investigation also found Cheshire-based sub-contractor WPI Civil Engineering Limited failed to provide a banksman (a person trained to direct vehicle movements) on site, and that the vehicle involved was not fit to be used on site.
A machine driver must be watched by at least one banksman who may appear to be doing nothing but is ensuring safe excavation.
Tenders are invited for Provision of audio communication between employees riding in Cage and Master Banksman at Men winder of Balaghat Mine.
The banksman was blown from his post and the sound of the explosion echoed across the valley, as nearby homes were shaken by its force.
Winner of the TCS&O Health & Safety Award, Labcraft will display the world's first Banksman BM3 Regulation 23 compliant Manoeuvring light.
The banksman is understood to have suffered severe blood loss and was pronounced dead shortly after emergency services were alerted to the accident at about 12.
A bank manager, or banksman, would have been responsible for what in the days when pits dotted the North East?
The road to accreditation began in 2011 with a range of approvals for offshore survival, banksman slinger and rigger training.
A Health and Safety Executive investigation found Mrs Rose was acting as a banksman, assisting a lorry driver to reverse park on a slope.
Other changes have included barriers around the assembly area and the introduction of a banksman to control personnel working within it.