SkyBiz is construction compliant and its onsite operators all hold industry standard WHITE CARDS.
Operators are all PPE compliant including long sleeve high vis shirts, steel toecap shoes, hard hats, gloves.
Light vehicle site compliant with UHF radio, Flashing Amber Beacon, Reverse Beeper.
Use of Video on Site
More and more construction companies realise the potential of video content. Areas of consideration for filming include
So let us discuss with you your thoughts and requirements
Workplace Health & Safety operation use of drones by current site construction personal
Filming with drones by non licensed personal on a construction site is a possible WHS breach and a potential for risk. Although CASA state that the use of sub 2kg aircraft can be used in a commercial environment the rules are strict and limiting on a building site.
To Clarify - any drone use on a building site is 100% deemed as commercial if used for any reason associated with the job. If the drone use was not to be used in association with the job it is highly unlikely that the supervisor would allow such risk onsite.
Commercial unmanned flight - remotely piloted aircraft under 2kg
If you fly a drone (remotely piloted aircraft) RPA under 2kg but for commercial reasons, you can fly your drone in what is called the 'excluded' category.
This means you'll need to notify CASA before you fly and operate within the standard operating conditions.
If you want to fly outside these operating conditions, you will need to be licensed (hold a remote pilot's licence RePL) and fly with a certified operator to fly commercially.
Please respect personal privacy. Don’t record or photograph people without their consent—this may breach state laws.
*Please note: If you want to operate outside these conditions (for example, fly closer than 30 metres to people), you will need to hold a remote operator’s certificate (ReOC).
The above operating conditions are a broad reflection of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 101 and do not include allthe regulations you must follow. You must abide by all the regulations detailed in Part 101. If you don’t you could face enforcement action, including large fines and possible jail time.
So if you are a non licensed drone operator or have non licensed drone operators onsite be careful to ensure that all WHS requirements are met.
As part of SkyBiz operational manual we will undertake a full JSA and risk assessment prior to launching the RPA and we are insured with a public liability cover of $20M
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