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Structural Steel frame has been erected. Special provisions should be made by the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction for these conditions. 7.10.4. All temporary supports that are required for the erection operation and furnished and installed by the Erector shall remain the proper- ty of the Erector and shall not be modified, moved or removed without the consent of the Erector. Temporary supports provided by the Erector shall remain in place until the portion of the Structural Steel frame that they brace is complete and the lateral-load-resist- ing system and connecting diaphragm elements identified by the Owner’s Designated Representative for Design in accordance with Section 7.10.1 are installed. Temporary supports that are required to be left in place after the completion of Structural Steel erection shall be removed when no longer needed by the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction and returned to the Erector in good condition. 7.11. Safety Protection 7.11.1. The Erector shall provide floor coverings, handrails, walkways and other safety protection for the Erector’s personnel as required by law and the applicable safety regulations. Unless otherwise speci- fied in the Contract Documents, the Erector is permitted to remove Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges , March 7, 2000 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 49
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APPENDIX PAGE 88 such safety protection from areas where the erection operations are completed. 7.11.2 When safety protection provided by the Erector is left in an area for the use of other trades after the Structural Steel erection activity is completed, the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction shall: (a) Accept responsibility for and maintain this protection; (b) Indemnify the Fabricator and the Erector from damages that may be incurred from the use of this protection by other trades; (c) Ensure that this protection is adequate for use by other affected trades; (d) Ensure that this protection complies with applicable safety reg- ulations when being used by other trades; and, (e) Remove this protection when it is no longer required and return it to the Erector in the same condition as it was received. 7.11.3. Safety protection for other trades that are not under the direct employment of the Erector shall be the responsibility of the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction. 7.11.4. When permanent steel decking is used for protective flooring and is installed by the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction, all such work shall be scheduled and performed in a timely manner so as not to interfere with or delay the work of the Fabricator or the Erector. The sequence of installation that is used shall meet all safety regulations. 7.11.5. Unless the interaction and safety of activities of others, such as con- struction by others or the storage of materials that belong to others, are coordinated with the work of the Erector by the Owner’s Designated Representative for Construction, such activities shall not be permitted until the erection of the Structural Steel frame or
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