Useful Load Securing Resources
This has been produced by the Government of New Zealand.
This has been produced by Australia's National Transport Commission.
Each module of this Guide can be used independently of the others. Where relevant, the guide will point you to other modules for more information.
Vehicle operator guidance compiled by the UK's DVSA.
This leaflet was produced by Health and Safety Laboratory and Highways England in the UK.
In order to improve load safety in practice, the IRU has developed this checklist of harmonised tips for safe loading and load securing.
The purpose of these guidelines is to provide basic practical advice and instructions to all persons involved in loading/unloading and securing cargo on vehicles, including carriers and shippers.|
The project seeks to establish good practice for securing loads on curtain sided lorries across various industry sectors. Good practice in this case is defined as those methods that are the most practical, involve the least risk of loads becoming unstable or falling, least risk to the operator/driver, and are practicable.
The objective of the Technical Reference (TR) is to provide practical advice and understanding on the reasonable and practical steps that can be taken to restrain cargo under accident conditions.
This publication aims to identify the risks associated with vehicle/dock interface for the logistics sector and explore possible control measures.
This guide sets out to complement existing Department for Transport (DfT) guidance and the European Commission (EC) code of practice, providing operators from different sectors of industry with useful information on how DVSA and other regulators expect loads to be secured when in transit.
Health and Safety Executive (UK) Web Resource on Load Safety
A web resource produced by the HSE UK containing a range of guidance on Load Safety. Information and publications on how to secure loads safely on vehicles.
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