The create a snagging hazard on the surface of the handrail
The aren't as strong as 16d sinkers
They are fine to use because it will make it easy to dismantle the handrail when we take it down in a week
Monitor system (Controlled access zone)
Safety net system
They will potentially impact the lower level because total calculated fall distance with a 4' lanyard is 16 1/2 feet so we need to design a better system
Not sure but the employee only weighs 150 pounds so he should be okay.
We will always make sure the employee ties off above their head so we won't have to worry about fall distances.
Inspect it and return to service if it is in good condition
If the employee was injured save the components to help with the investigation
If the employee was not injured cut it up and throw it away
Save the equipment and only use it when you think someone might fall. It worked the first time so it should work the second time.
When you want to add 3.5 feet to your free fall distance
When you think the person might fall
Any time we are working on a leading edge
Whenever we believe it would help minimize the impact of a fall to employees body.
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