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Q. What is the OSHA requirement?

A. OSHA Reference 29 CFR 1910.23 guarding of floor openings and holes. "(a)(2) Every ladderway floor opening or platform shall be guarded by a standard railing with standard toe-board on all exposed sides (except at entrance to opening), with passage …

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May 2015 Month In Review

WS Safety month in review - May 2015 As the weather finally started turning nicer this past month construction activity was up and also unfortunately fall accidents and fatalities. It seemed like a particularly bad month for accidents. We are hoping …

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Fall Protection System Saves the Day on Better Call Saul

We at W.S. Safety, have been enjoying the new show on AMC's 'Better Call Saul'. Without giving away too many spoilers, on Season 1, Episode 4, 'Hero', there is a great scene that shows us the importance of using proper fall protection equipment and how …

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Rooftop Fall Protection - Staying Safe in the Winter Months

With the long winter still rearing its ugly head for most of us, it is important to keep rooftop safety at the forefront. Maintaining HVAC/RTU units, vents, flags, security cameras in addition to roof and/or skylight repair can be especially difficult …

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Fall Protection Industry January Month in Review

Every month, we at W.S. Safety like to share construction safety related news from around the globe. Here are a few highlights that we found newsworthy this January. January offered a new year and new OSHA regulations regarding the reporting of …

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Preventing Workplace Falls - Three Simple Steps

Preventing falls in construction is a continuing matter that all employers attempt to say ahead of. As stated on OSHA's Falls Prevention Campaign webpage, falls can be prevented and lives saved by adopting three simple steps in the …

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Horizontal Lifelines for Pipe Rack Safety

While working at heights on a construction site can be dangerous, there are many OSHA safety regulations an employer must provide to their employees regarding equipment that will keep them safe. This is especial true when working on pipe racks. One of …

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Aesthetics and Safety Combined In SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Series

The SafetyRail 2000 Architectural Series Maintaining aesthetics and safety can sometime be difficult to achieve when it comes to combining architecture and guardrails. Fortunately, W.S. Safety carries an architectural series that takes into account both …

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Water Treatment Facilities Safety System

Prior to entering a confined space, it is absolutely essential to have a work and rescue plan in place. With water treatment facilities - both clean water and waste water - providing durable confined space retrieval equipment that can withstand the …

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