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banksman

[′baŋks·mən]
(aerospace engineering)
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While Banksman Radar and Auto Braking will warn the driver of obstacles while reversing and brake if necessary,
But a banksman was not employed on the Great Lakes site and Mr Kirby said that was not practical.
Teesside Coroner's Court also heard that, on the day of his death, Mr Watson was acting as the banksman, directing operations.
It should either have been fenced off or a banksman used to monitor the work and pedestrians.
A marshal at the entrance of the site ensures that only authorised personnel gain access, while a banksman keeps watch for hazards around the work area.
Products for which Vision Techniques was nominated includes Banksman Radar, Banksman Auto Braking, Zonesafe and Traffic Alerts.
Leaving school at 15 and finding work as a banksman on building sites, Phil's life began to spiral out of control when he took to drinking.
Lesley Carter, prosecuting, said Jones had driven about 10ft with a banksman, a lookout, in front of his vehicle when he struck Mrs Broley and her husband, Frederick.
He said one of their biggest challenges was to change the way refuse collectors operated, so that a banksman was always on hand to guide drivers back along streets.
Health and Safety Executive inspector Christopher Wilcox said minimum guidelines for the operation of a fork-lift truck on building sites required a banksman to guide and advise the driver.
Patrick Keane told an inquest he had made checks with the safety department of A&P Tees who assured him Kevin Watson had his certificates to work as a slinger and banksman.