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Temporary barricading is protective equipment used to prevent people being unnecessarily exposed to a hazard. This barricading, if properly used, achieves this by:
? bringing the presence of a hazard to peoples? attention; and
? restricting access to an area of the workplace.

Like other types of protective equipment, if temporary barricading is not used properly, it is ineffective in preventing exposure to hazards.

Barricading can be either permanent or temporary. Permanent barricading, such as fences and screens, is used to isolate and prevent access to large parts of fixed machinery and equipment which:
? are potentially hazardous; and
? cannot be fully encased or guarded.

Temporary barricading is used to prevent access to an area where:
? a temporary hazard exists; or
? the type of work creates a hazard for people nearby.

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