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    This presentation is intended to provide information about STD 03-11-002, Compliance Guidance for Residential Construction. The Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to comply with safety and health standards promulgated by OSHA or by a state with an OSHA-approved state plan. However, this presentation is not itself a standard or regulation, and it neither creates new legal obligations nor alters existing obligations created by OSHA standards or the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

    The examples of fall protection shown in the photographs contained in this presentation do not represent all possible work methods that can be used in residential construction. Moreover, employers should be aware that the examples of fall protection shown in the photographs contained in this presentation may not be suitable in all situations. Employers are responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable OSHA requirements.

    At the bottom left is slide number 3.

    At the bottom right is OSHA's logo.

    Speaker Notes:

    This presentation is designed solely to provide information about policy changes in OSHA's Residential Construction Fall Protection enforcement policy.

    This presentation is not itself a standard or regulation, and it neither creates new legal obligations nor alters existing obligations created by OSHA standards or the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

    The examples of fall protection shown in the photographs contained in this presentation do not represent all possible work methods that can be used in residential construction. Moreover, employers should be aware that the examples of fall protection shown in the photographs contained in this presentation may not be suitable in all situations.Employers are responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable OSHA requirements.