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No caption Air freight carries less than 1 percent of New Zealand's trade by volume, but about 16 pct of exports and 22 pct of imports by dollar value. Edwards said the solution was entirely political. "It really does come down to government policy. Airlines will happily come here if they know they've got surety of borders being open, flights being scheduled and those sorts of things. "We do have air cargo freighters coming here, but at the moment they're full and at full capacity as well. So I don't expect to see another player enter the market ... there's just not the other willingness to do that link at the moment. He said the MIAC scheme should continue as long as the borders consultant remained closed. "Because we need those corridors for air cargo open, there's no two ways about that.

https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/458483/signs-of-few-options-for-air-freight-to-new-zealand-next-year-govt-officials
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The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 are a series of regulations that were introduced into the Health and Safety at Work Act. The regulations were introduced by the government to reduce the risk of injury at workplaces where the use of lifting equipment is required. For example, using a fork lift truck to transport heavy goods from place to place. LOLER covers a wide range of equipment including cranes, ropes and hooks as well as any attachments used to anchor, fix or support the equipment. The regulations define certain responsibilities that must be met by the employer and their employees. The equipment must be strong and stable, safe working loads should be clearly indicated, and it must pass regular examination. It also makes clear that only competent people should use the equipment to ensure is it being used in a safe and organised manner.

https://www.ukhaulier.co.uk/news/road-transport/health-and-safety/why-loler-matters-for-businesses-in-the-haulage-industry/