The use of _ is/are a good way to protect the bases of temporary structures from damage by vehicular traffic.

Possible Answers:

  1. Buffer zones
  2. Variable signs
  3. Orange snow fencing
  4. Yellow safety tape

The Correct Answer:

A. The use of Buffer zones is a good way to protect the bases of temporary structures from damage by vehicular traffic.

Explanation:

Whenever there is an event, all the structures, like the stages, performing facilities, platforms, etc., have a structural load. Due to this, overloading may occur, and sometimes, special precautions must be taken to prevent any kind of accidents or injuries to people.

Preventing the misuse of a place through overloading is also very important, which is why specific guidelines must be followed.  Any event management company has to control the building walkways, balconies, viewing platforms, etc., to prevent any significant incident in the area.

The temporary structure bases should be protected from damage using a designated buffer zone. The buffer walls should be implanted or established to prevent the pit areas and entering spectators from the out-of-control vessels.

This will not only help in executing the correct planning program but also help in preventing injuries among people. The buffer zone is sometimes referred to as an area recognized as a portion of production OR operation in adjacent land to prevent any kind of conflict or accidents.

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