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These incidents can cause injuries, costly damage, and even death in the most serious of cases. This is why it’s so important to abide by guidance such as the LOLER and PUWER regulations. The more time you spend using lifting equipment, the more respect you’ll gain for the safety procedures and requirements that are in place to protect you. At Penny Hydraulics, we deal with lifting equipment every day, and we’ve learned plenty in the process. To help reduce your risk of causing or being involved in an accident, I’m going to outline five of the safety precautions that we never overlook. Read on to find out more. Always check equipment over before you use it It’s vital that you check every piece of equipment over before you use it. The necessary checks are typically outlined in the operating and maintenance manual that comes with all lifting equipment. Conducting these will ensure that the machinery you’re working with are set up correctly and ready for use. You should also check the Certificate of Thorough Examination before using any equipment. If this is in date, it means that the machinery has been examined in line with the manufacturer’s instructions — for our cranes, this needs to be done at least once every 12 months. If you don’t conduct these pre-operation checks, you will be putting yourself and those around you at risk. We’ve heard about a significant number of incidents where pieces of lifting equipment, such as cranes on commercial vehicles, have not been properly stowed for transit after they’ve been used. If you don’t ensure that lifting equipment is stowed properly before transporting it, there’s a risk that the crane you’re using could hit a bridge while you’re moving between jobs. Fortunately, in line with the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 , cranes are now fitted with visual or audio warnings that let drivers know if their lifting equipment isn’t properly stowed away. Be sure to take note of these alerts to avoid being involved in a dangerous incident.   Never position yourself underneath the load While the risks seem obvious, it’s still quite common for workers to position themselves underneath a load when operating lifting equipment. It’s incredibly important that you don’t do this as, if anything goes wrong, you’ll be at serious risk of being struck by whatever you’re lifting.

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The paper set out to determine areas of global importance to manage for conservation to simultaneously protect the greatest number of species from extinction, conserve vulnerable terrestrial carbon stocks, and safeguard freshwater resources. This effort is the first of its kind to truly integrate biodiversity, carbon, and water conservation within a common approach and a single global priority map. Another distinct novelty of the work is the consideration of a comprehensive set of plant distribution data (about 41% of all plant species) in the analyses, and the setting of species targets for extinction risk. "To implement post-2020 biodiversity strategies such as the Global Biodiversity Framework, policymakers and governments need clarity on where resources and conservation management could bring the greatest potential benefits to biodiversity. At the same time, biodiversity should not be looked at in isolation. Other aspects such as conserving carbon stocks within natural ecosystems should be considered alongside biodiversity, so that synergies and trade-offs can be evaluated when pursuing multiple objectives," explains lead author Martin Jung, a researcher in the IIASA Biodiversity, Ecology, and Conservation Research Group. "The new global priority maps developed as part of the study show that when it comes to identifying new areas to manage for conservation, such as protected areas or community-managed forests, quality (location and management effectiveness) is more important than quantity (global extent). To aim for quality of conservation and achieve the goal of safeguarding biodiversity, government and non-government agencies should be setting objectives and indicators for what they want: conserving species, healthy ecosystems and their services to people, and identify areas to conserve accordingly. Our study provides guidance on how to do that," adds study coauthor Piero Visconti who leads the Biodiversity, Ecology, and Conservation Research Group at IIASA. The researchers note that conserving a strategically located 30% of land could yield major gains for conservation, climate, and water provisioning. Specifically, it would safeguard more than 62% of the world's above and below ground vulnerable carbon and 68% of all fresh water, while ensuring that over 70% of all terrestrial vertebrate and plant species are not threatened with extinction. As the work shows, meeting these objectives will require strategic placement of conservation interventions using spatial planning tools like Nature Map and, crucially, require enabling their stewards to effectively manage these areas. "This type of approach can support decision makers in prioritizing locations for conservation efforts, and shows just how much both people and nature could gain. To be successful long-term, these areas must be managed effectively and equitably. That includes respecting the rights of, and empowering indigenous peoples and local communities," says co-author Lera Miles, Principal Technical Specialist -- Planning for Places, UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC). "Maps for integrated spatial planning, as called for in the draft Global Biodiversity Framework, are necessary for meeting climate and biodiversity objectives. They are also critical for financing natural climate solutions, improving carbon markets, and greening supply chains," says Guido Schmidt-Traub, an author of the paper who has also written a related commentary in the same issue of Nature Ecology and Evolution. The study demonstrates that optimizing jointly for biodiversity, carbon, and water maximizes synergies that can be gained from conservation compared to placing emphasis on any individual asset alone. Through strategic action in selected locations, significant benefits can be achieved across all three dimensions. Conservation efforts however need to be greatly scaled-up by all actors in society to meet global biodiversity and climate objectives. Jung points out that the analysis identifies the upper potential value of any given area to be managed for conservation at global scale.

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