7/24/2017 Take Test: Unit IV Quiz - BOS 3001-14J-1, Fundamentals . Question 2 points Your employee is working on a scaffold, anchored to a trolley...
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A construction worker is anchored level with

their D-ring, using a 6 foot rip-stitch lanyard. The Back D-ring height is 6.5 feet. Deceleration distance is 3.5 feet. The Safety factor is 2 feet. Calculate the total Fall Clearance distance. Show all calculations. 

7/24/2017 Take Test: Unit IV Quiz – BOS 3001-14J-1, Fundamentals . .. https://online.columbiasouthern.edu/webapps/assessment/take/launch.jsp?course_assessment_id=_394336_1&course_id=_70003_1&content_id=_45… 1/1 Path: p Words:0 Your employee is working on a scaffold, anchored to a trolley anchor 3 feet above their D-ring. They are using a 6 foot shock absorbing lanyard. The Back D-ring Height is 5 feet, and the Safety Factor is 2. The deceleration distance is 3 feet. Calculate the total Fall Clearance distance. Show all calculations. There is no minimum word count for this question, however, you must show your work/calculations. Question 2 -- Font famil -- Font size - 25 points Save Answer Path: p Words:0 Explain five strategies for establishing an effective electrical safety program. What are some additional electrical safety program requirements for protection of workers whom must perform maintenance, service, or troubleshooting on equipment that is not, or cannot be, de-energized? Your response must be at least 200 words. Question 3 -- Font famil -- Font size - 25 points Save Answer A construction worker is anchored level with their D-ring, using a 6 foot rip-stitch lanyard. The Back D-ring height is 6.5 feet. Deceleration distance is 3.5 feet. The Safety factor is 2 feet. Calculate the total Fall Clearance distance. Show all calculations. There is no minimum word count for this question, however, you must show your work/calculations Question 4
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