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Loads which are not properly restrained can be a safety hazard. Which of the following hazards can
be caused by poorly restrained loads:
The Chain of Responsibility provisions require parties in the chain to do everything reasonably practicable to ensure the safety of their transport activities:
Which of the following activities are not covered by the chain of responsibility provisions:
The following diagram for the performance standards has an error. Can you identify the error:
The tie down method relies on clamping the load down onto the friction surface to generate the required friction forces.
Which of the following is not important to ensuring the friction force is sufficient:
Directly restraining a load involves relying on restraint methods other than friction to restrain all or part of the load.
Common strategies for direct restraint Include Attaching, Blocking and Bontaining.
Which of the following statements is FALSE: