Safety HW Week 6 - CCEV-625-03 Week 6 HW Ch 15 Fall Protection 2 The process of evaluating a fall hazard is to go through a detailed assessment A

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3/3/08 CCEV-625-03 Week 6 HW Ch. 15 – Fall Protection 2) The process of evaluating a fall hazard is to go through a detailed assessment. A team of competent persons is required to frequently assess the work areas to document potential fall hazards. Team members typically have a CSP and/or a P.E. safety qualification and are skilled in the field of fall protection. Currently, fatal and serious falls occur most often around tower construction, scaffold ladders and platforms, holes, skylights, edges, roofs, elevator shafts, ladder side rails, decking and plywood, and perimeter cables. These areas should especially be evaluated because of this. After the assessment is done, a qualified engineer should design anchorage points. Supervised installation should take place after this. Training, inspection, and observation of work should be an on going process in order to keep fall protection a number one priority when it is needed on the site. 3) The process of training workers effectively is to start by training the workers in
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course CCEV 625 taught by Professor Edic during the Spring '08 term at Wentworth Institute of Technology.

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Safety HW Week 6 - CCEV-625-03 Week 6 HW Ch 15 Fall Protection 2 The process of evaluating a fall hazard is to go through a detailed assessment A

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