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Safety & Guidelines

Design Registration Matrix for Telescopic Handlers in Australia

TSH Annual Inspection Checklist – non slew

TSH Annual Inspection Checklist – slewing

TSH Major Inspection Guidance

Integrated Tool Carrier (ITC) with Work Platform Attachments

TSHA Requirements for Load limiters and indicators

Risk with dogging and crane operations – NSW WorkCover Safety alert

Telehandler Buyers Guide

Victorian Farmers Federation Telehandler Safety Handbook

Queensland Farmers Federation Telehandler Safety Book

Telescopic Handler (TSH) Pre-Acceptance Checklist – Issue 5 – February 2023

Telehandlers with Work Platform Attachments

Technical Guidance Note Telehandler Tyres

SafeWork NSW – Code of Practice: Managing psychosocial hazards at work

WorkSafe Vic – Telehandlers – Design and licensing

TSH Guidance Note VIC Worksafe

TSH National Decision T26

TSH NC09 Safework NSW – Multipurpose Cranes

TSH Safety Alert Suspended Loads NSW Workcover

Distance from Powerlines

Consequences of operating telehandlers on soft ground

Tyre Degradation on Telehandlers


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