Fall Protection: Means & Methods for Preventing Falls
Falls are the leading cause of death in construction because workers do not take the proper safety precautions when working on elevated surfaces. This session lays out your options and responsibilities under federal OSHA construction standards of subpart "M". We will cover the most common methods used for preventing falls, outline fall related case studies, and state the differences in OSHA and ANSI fall safety standards and requirements.
1. List and describe the three most commonly used conventional means for fall protection
2. Analyze the hierarchy of controls for fall protection through a case study methods
3. Compare and contrast OSHA standards with ANSI Z359 and ANSI A10 requirements
4. Describe significance between a hole, unprotected side, leading edge and excavation
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