When the hydraulic press is used to press a piece of metal to create a mechanical force, it can create pressures that can cause damage to pipes.
The Shear report recommends removing hydraulic press press parts from the workplace.
However, that does not mean removing all hydraulic press parts.
The report recommends that when possible, the removal of hydraulic press part be done at a site-specific location, like an office building, or in a building where it is more likely to be damaged.
However this report does not recommend a single location be removed.
“If you have a mechanical issue, you should not remove the hydraulic pressure,” Ms Matson said.
“But it’s good to make sure it’s a location where you know it will be safe and not a site that’s going to be affected.”
Mr Sargent said the report suggested that the removal and replacement of hydraulic pressure parts should be carried out in the same way as other mechanical parts.
“You should do the same things as you would any other mechanical part,” he said.