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Safety Railing and Guardrail Requirements

PitRail - EDGE Fall Protection

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provided new fall protection standards back in Fall 2016. These updates became effective January 2017 and many of them align general industry regulations for OSHA guardrail height, ladders, and stairways with construction standards. Organizations continue to work toward understanding and implementing the required changes and comply with OSHA […]

Roof Perimeter Warning Line System Spacing

A roof perimeter warning line system is a passive restraint fall protection system.  Warning lines create a visual cue and serve as a barrier to restrict workers from approaching hazards.  Frequently there is confusion about roof warning line systems, including rooftop warning line spacing in fall protection. OSHA requires that work at less than six […]

When is Rooftop Fall Protection Required?

At what heights and how far from the leading edge of a rooftop is safe?  When it comes right down to it, there is no one safe height measure nor one safe distance from a roof edge that fits all rooftop fall protection and safety concerns.  Implementing OSHA rooftop safety standards can help to assure […]

OSHA Fixed Ladder Requirements

New OSHA Fall Protection Rule regulations went into effect on January 17, 2017.  Some provisions for fixed ladders over 24 feet have delayed effective dates.    Here are three OSHA fixed ladder requirements for fixed ladder safety with delayed effective dates (source): (source): Installing of personal fall arrest systems or ladder safety systems on all […]

Safety Gates – OSHA Walking Working Rule

Safety Gates in the OSHA Walking Working Surfaces OSHA provides guidance on walking working surfaces to define the purpose of a safety gate.  Included in this are the requirements, expectations of employers, openings and access points.   Employers are required to use guardrail systems around holes that are access points  by either installing gates at the […]