‘Hose whip’ describes uncontrolled and rapid motion of the flexible rubber hose on the end of a concrete placing boom or other concrete delivery line. Workers can be struck directly by the whipping hose itself, knocked over and hit the ground or an object, or hit by ejected material. Read more about Hose whip
Compliance plates, booms, outriggers, repairs, replacements, registered professional engineers, defects, log books, records, testing pipes and other equipment. Read more about Compliance inspections and maintenance
Concrete placing booms must be designed by an engineer in accordance with acceptable engineering principles and relevant technical standards, to ensure the concrete placing boom is without risk to health and safety. Read more about Plant design and item registration - concrete placement booms
- Last updated
- 02 December 2019
Concrete pumping Code of Practice 2019
This replaces the Concrete pumping Code of Practice 2005.