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2001/02: Canopy to safeguard people from falling

Abbreviation
2001/002
Valid from
14/03/2001

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
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PDF

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The matter before the Authority is a doubt as to whether a horizontal safety canopy, in conjunction with a low vertical barrier, is an adequate safeguard against injury from falling from the roof deck of a house to the courtyard below. In the course of the determination, it was also questioned whether the canopy was of adequate durability.

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2001/02: Canopy to safeguard people from falling

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The matter before the Authority is a doubt as to whether a horizontal safety canopy, in conjunction with a low vertical barrier, is an adequate safeguard against injury from falling from the roof deck of a house to the courtyard below. In the course of the determination, it was also questioned whether the canopy was of adequate durability.

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2001/02: Canopy to safeguard people from falling
Description

The matter before the Authority is a doubt as to whether a horizontal safety canopy, in conjunction with a low vertical barrier, is an adequate safeguard against injury from falling from the roof deck of a house to the courtyard below. In the course of the determination, it was also questioned whether the canopy was of adequate durability.

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2001/02: Canopy to safeguard people from falling

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