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Fall Protection Work Plan for Marine Hanging Staging (MHS)
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

All employees involved in the installation or removal of MHS must review this JHA prior to the initial start-up of work. This plan must be posted in the work site office for the duration of the job. All employees subject to wear fall protection must be trained in accordance with the written plan. Hazards must be corrected or safely controlled before starting work.
Location: Vessel:
1. Identify potential hazard(s):

 Checkbox Space certified “Safe for Workers”
 Checkbox Adequate housekeeping
 Checkbox Adequate supply of drinking water
 Checkbox Adequate ventilation
 Checkbox Adequate lighting

2. Identify potential fall hazard(s):

 Checkbox Deck openings protected
 Checkbox Interior ladder safe to climb
 Checkbox Slip and trip hazards removed
 Checkbox Adequate sole tread on workers' boots
 Checkbox Warning signs posted

3. Describe the hazard(s):

All corrections made: Inspector's initials

4. Attendant's field check of fall protection systems:

 Checkbox Tripod/retrieval system locking capacities
 Checkbox Defects in cable, tripod, hooks, mildew, wear
 Checkbox Chaffing gear on site
 Checkbox Retrieval system inspection data
 Checkbox Body harnesses for supporting workers
 Checkbox Other ___________________

5. Installer's field check of work

 Checkbox Harness
 Checkbox Lanyards
 Checkbox Carabiners
 Checkbox Anchor straps
 Checkbox Stirrups
 Checkbox Other support equipment

6. Qualified person's inspection of interior tank structure for safe and secure anchor points:

If structure anchor points are unsafe – Stop Work

7. Describe the method for prompt, safe removal of injured workers.
 Checkbox Call ________________ Call 911 Call offsite rescue number ________________

Describe the location of the phone:

8.   Trained cable installer(s) and attendant(s) on site under this plan:

Signature Print Name Installer or Attendant
___________________ ___________________ ___________________
___________________ ___________________ ___________________
___________________ ___________________ ___________________
___________________ ___________________ ___________________



Responsible supervisor  ______________________ Date of inspection:  ___________
Qualified person______________________  


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