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Apr 19, 2021

Safety berms on haul roads and around infrastructure should be a minimum of half the wheel height of the largest piece of equipment on the site. In daily operations it is important that changes to bench or highwall conditions are communicated to the following shift; loose material should also be identified and dealt with before performing work

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