A construction site1 must be organised in such a way that, so far as is reasonably practicable2, pedestrians and vehicles3 can move without risks to health or safety4. Traffic routes5 must be suitable for the persons or vehicles using them, sufficient in number, in suitable positions and of sufficient size6. A traffic route does not satisfy these requirements unless suitable and sufficient steps are taken to ensure that:
(1) pedestrians or vehicles may use it without causing danger to the health or safety of persons near it7;
(2) any door or gate for pedestrians which leads onto a traffic
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