The number of crane travel policies available to consumers is increasing rapidly in Australia and some insurers are offering new coverage to crane travellers.
The new policies cover a wide range of travel hazards, including crane accidents, tree fall and severe weather.
These policies cover only crane operators and have a maximum coverage of $15,000.
New policies are also being introduced in the United States.
Some of the more popular policies are from companies such as Coneciton, which offer insurance for crane operators in the U.S. and other countries.
But others, such as Crane Travel Insurance, offer a wide array of coverage options in Australia.
Crane Travel Insurance covers the operators of cranes for crane travel in Australia as well as other crane operators.
The policies are available in three levels, and cover the operator, the operator’s direct supervisor and the crane’s operator, or the crane operator, crane supervisor and crane manager.
There are three levels of coverage.
The first level covers the operator.
The second level covers a direct supervisor, a crane manager and a crane operator.
And the third level covers crane managers and crane operators, if they are in the same company.
Cranes have different levels of liability.
In Australia, the minimum liability is $25,000 for a crane and $30,000 if a crane is not working.
A crane operator is also covered if they can demonstrate they have adequate liability insurance.
Crans must be working when they fall from a height of more than 10 metres.
If the crane is operating from a position that would create a fire hazard, a fire safety inspector must check the crane.
A person in the crane has the right to make reasonable safety decisions when using the crane, and it is the responsibility of the operator to make these decisions.
The rules for the operator of a crane vary depending on the level of the insurance.
The operator of the crane must: make a reasonable risk assessment of the risk to the crane as a whole