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Beware the dangers of the strut, NSW regulator warns

A SPATE of incidents involving the removal of in situ haul truck front suspension struts across New South Wales’ mining industry has prompted warnings by the NSW Resources Regulator.

 The 4.8 tonne front wheel hub of the Komatsu 930E haul truck after falling off a jack stand

The 4.8 tonne front wheel hub of the Komatsu 930E haul truck after falling off a jack stand

Four significant incidents were reported to the regulator in the past 20 months, with three occurring in the past six months. All incidents involved workers being in close proximity to supported loads,...

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