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Fall Protection

"One of the most common injury occurrences that happen at the workplace are falls. It could be as simple as tripping over someone's feet, turn a corner too quick, wet floor, or trip down a stair case. All workplace Safety Trainers should find "Fall Protection: Complete OSHA Regulations" very indispensable. You’ll no longer need to look up and compile fall-protection information from various parts of the OSHA regulations – the work has already been done for you. Inadequate fall protection in the workplace can lead to heavy fines – or worse, employee injuries and deaths. Don’t fall short in your safety knowledge and stay in OSHA Compliance!

Per OSHA, Falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. Employers must take measures in their workplaces to prevent employees from falling off overhead platforms, elevated work stations or into holes in the floor and walls. To prevent employees from being injured from falls, employers must:

  • Guard every floor hole into which a worker can accidentally walk by use of a railing and toeboard or a floor hole cover.
  • Provide a guardrail and toeboard around every open-sided platform, floor or runway that is 4 feet or higher off the ground or next level. Regardless of height, if a worker can fall into or onto dangerous machines or equipment (such as a vat of acid or a conveyor belt), employers must provide guardrails and toeboards to prevent workers from falling and getting injured.
  • Other means of fall protection that may be required on certain jobs include safety harness and line, safety nets, stair railings and handrails.

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