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At minimum, what should be addressed initially prior to using a suspended scaffold:
Riggers and users are responsible for complying with all applicable codes, standards, regulations and safe working practices designed to promote safety with regards to scaffolding.
Spider anchorages must withstand at least 5,000 lbs.
Air Hoists on the jobsite typically appear very dirty. While the environment they are operated in is a factor, the main reason is that an air hoist “breaths”.
Spider air hoists require between 40 and 75 CFM to perform normally.
When not in use the hoist brake must be engaged to prevent the hoist line from uncoiling off of the hoist drum.
The PFAS must meet the requirements in the regulation on Fall Protection (29 CFR 1926.502(d))
“The supporting cable shall be straight for its entire length, and the operator shall not sway the basket and fix the cable to any intermediate points to change his original path of travel.”
Transfer cables allow for ‘walking’ the rigging point by transferring weight back and forth from the transfer cables to rigging points in order to move along a structural beam and around vertical obstacles without lowering the stage to the ground.
There are no special training requirements when working at heights.