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Ladder Jack Scaffolds
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Equipment 2 heavy-duty extension ladders. 1 Set of ladder jacks. Scaffold Planks.
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Why Safety is a Concern 1. Falls from ladder or scaffold during erection. 1. Injuries caused by falling material, equipment, or plank itself falling. 1. Injuries due to collapse of scaffold (Improper erection, faulty elements, struck by moving vehicles). 1. Electric shock or electrocution (Power lines, defective power equipment).
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Why Safety is a Concern (Cont.) 5. Cuts, bruises, and pinches by temporary structure or power tools. 6. Injuries caused by flying particles (eyes). 7. Bites by snakes or dogs during erection and bees and other insects during actual work. 8. Injuries by pranks or horseplay of fellow workers.
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Why Safety is a Concern (Cont.) 9. Exposed to UV radiation when working in sun for long periods of time. 1. Exposure to excessive noise due to mechanical equipment and hand tools. 11. In weather for long periods of time, resulting in acute or chronic diseases. 12. Exposure to chemical hazards while working (Paint or thinner).
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Why Safety is a Concern (Cont.) 1. Skin rashes due to contact with bird droppings, parasites in bird nests, mosquitoes, other insects or rodents. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course BCN 4735 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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