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common problems. reaching out

reaching outLoads should always be carried as close to the body as possible and the same argument goes for reaching to to get to loads. In the example shown here the worker should walk around to the other side of the stillage. If there is not enough space there a risk assessment should be considered. It may be, for example, that it is possible to deposit the stillage the other way around.



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