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1 MOVING VEHICLE QUIZ SB Workshop

2 STRUCK BY MOVING VEHICLE

3 Reasons the driver hits the victim The commonest loss of control event resulting in the vehicle heading towards the victim is : A.Unintentional sudden movement (lock- out failure) B.The driver loses control or cannot brake in time C.The driver is unaware of the victim in his path

4 Reasons the driver hits the victim C: Mostly the driver doesn’t see the victim A. Unintentional sudden movement (lock-out failure) (19%) B. The driver loses control or cannot brake in time (20%) C. The driver is unaware of the victim in his path (50%)

5 The blind driver Investigations suggest that the driver doesn’t see the victim in the path of the vehicle mostly because: A.The load gets in the way B.The vehicle has dead angles and no mirrors/other aids C. Bad weather D. The victim wasn’t wearing high visibility clothing

6 The blind driver B. Dead angles without visibility aids is the main problem A.The load gets in the way (13%) B.The vehicle has dead angles and no mirrors/other aids (65%) C. Bad weather (2%) D. The victim wasn’t wearing high visibility clothing (13%)

7 Reasons the victim gets in the way The victim is also a factor, mostly because: A.They are getting in a dangerous location like the rear of a vehicle B. They are not behaving in an able way (distracted, horseplay, slipping, hurrying) C. They don’t see or hear the vehicle coming

8 Reasons the victim gets in the way A. Mostly the victim was not keeping in the safe zone, including cases where they were not needed for the job A. They are getting in a dangerous location like the rear of a vehicle (46%) B. They are not behaving in an able way (distracted, horseplay, slipping, hurrying) (10%) C. They don’t see or hear the vehicle coming (36%)

9 Speed of vehicle Where known (in 20% of cases), the speed of the vehicle at the time of the accident was mostly: A. More than 50km/hr B km/hr C. Less than 5km/hr

10 Speed of vehicle C: Most accidents occurred at slow speeds A. More than 50km/hr (5%) B km/hr (4%) C. Less than 5km/hr (74%)

11 Deaths 1 Permanent injuries 2 Recoverable injuries 4 2. Struck by moving vehicle Every year there are around 90 reported investigated work accidents where a person is struck by a moving vehicle. 6% of cases resulted in death In all the cases of death the victim was in an area normally designated “safe” In all these fatal cases management failed to provide adequate barriers at some point in the scenarios

12 Vehicle types most often involved Parent categor y Vehicle types most often involved in accidentsTotal over 6 years % of all struck by moving vehicle accidents ESAW ESAW Conveying, transport and storage systems - not specified % ESAW ESAW Mobile handling devices, handling trucks (powered or not) - barrows, pallet trucks, etc: % ESAW Fork lift trucks % ESAW 12.0 ESAW 12.0 Land vehicles % ESAW ESAW Heavy vehicles - heavy goods vehicles, passenger buses and coaches % ESAW ESAW Vehicles - light: goods or passenger478.55% ESAW ESAW Machines and equipment - portable or mobile % ESAW ESAW Port./Mob.machines - working-/ extracting the ground % ESAW Powered stacking trucks, pallet truck, elevators, stackers with driver %

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15 Top barrier failures 1Vehicle/driver related Visual contact failure Could also be automatic vision in case of unmanned vehicle % 2Pedestrian related Location/ position failure Pedestrian/ victim in hazardous location (in "line of fire") % of which:Passing/standing by rear of vehicle % 3Pedestrian related Audiovisual contact failure i.e. victim does not see/ hear vehicle coming % 4Vehicle/driver related Lock-out failure leaving vehicle prematurely, vehicle not on break, ignition key not removed or start-up due to other errors % 5Pedestrian related Ability to drive failure Could be skill related, physical or behaviour related (horseplay, dangerous short-cuttings etc.) % 6Poor geometryInsufficient space/ separation between vehicles between vehicle routes and/or pedestrial/ working areas %

16 Safety Shoes Victim wearing safety shoes?Total Traumatic amputations (total) % Toe amputations % YES wearing safety shoes4648.7%24.3% NO not wearing safety shoes %627.3%

17 Conclusion 1. Always be on visual and auditory watch for slow or stationary vehicles especially conveying, transport and storage system vehicles……

18 Conclusion 2. …..Do not stand around anywhere near them

19 Conclusion 3. Wear safety shoes, be visible and listen out

20 Conclusion 4. Do not drive if you do not have the ability to do so or your eyesight is bad or the visibility is inadequate

21 Conclusion 5. if you do drive then use signals, a banksman if necessary, check blind spots round the vehicle, use a rear view mirror, look behind obstacles and don't play games and ….

22 Conclusion 6. W hen stopped, put the brake on and take out the keys when leaving the vehicle.

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