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    Default Mobile Camera Car - Are they being "Worksafe"?

    It just dawned on me, that every single contractor, council vehicle, police vehicle, even the garbage trucks are meant to display flashing lights while working on the road side.
    If a contractor was working road side, he would need permits and signage, and a flashing light, witches hats, etc

    How come unmarked speed camera vehicles can work road side, with an occupant and not be required to adhere to general "Worksafe" rules?

    If one gets hit and the occupant dies, were they conforming to the rules to keep that employee safe?

    It is probably no different to a taxi waiting road side.....
    But with ever increasing amount of council, vicroads, etc vehicles with lights on them these while they are stopped on the side of the road, there is obviously a safety protocol there.
    Last edited by ol' boy; 15-09-19 at 08:52 AM.
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