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A Competent person:
Whose responsibility is it to inspect scaffolding before use to make sure it is safe
Planks must be overlapped a minimum of 12 inches.
Every person working 6 feet or more above ground must be protected by a fall arrest system or guardrails
How much space is permitted between adjacent planks or between the platform and the uprights?
Pole scaffolds are a type of supported scaffold in which every structural component, from uprights to braces to platforms, is made of wood. OSHA has standards for two kinds: single-pole, which are supported on their interior side by a structure or wall, and double-pole, which are supported by double uprights independent of any structure.
A vertical barrier, consisting of, but not limited to, top rails, mid rails, and posts, erected to prevent employees from falling off a scaffold platform or walkway to lower levels.
The total load of all persons, equipment, tools, materials, transmitted loads, and other loads reasonably anticipated to be applied to a scaffold or scaffold component at any one time.
What is the most visible sign that a scaffold has NOT been properly erected?
To avoid falls and other hazardous conditions, you should only work from scaffolds that are properly constructed and supported. If the scaffold does not have a stable foundation, then the scaffold may move or shift causing either the scaffold or you to fall.