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Slide 70

Slide 70


TEXT VERSION OF SLIDE:

    Title: Fall Protection Plan 1926.502(k)
    Type: Text Slide
    Content:

    • In an employer can demonstrate that conventional fall protection is infeasible or presents a greater hazard, the employer shall develop and implement a fall protection plan that complies with 1926.502(k).
    • the employer bears the burden of establishing that it is appropriate to implement a fall protection plan for a particular workplace situation.
    At the bottom left is slide number 70.

    At the bottom right is OSHA's logo.

    Speaker Notes:

    Hopefully we shared several ways workers can be protected while exposed to potential fall hazards. But, if employers can still demonstrate that using conventional fall protection is infeasible or presents a greater hazard to their employees, they must develop and implement a fall protection plan.

    Employers bear the burden of proving that a fall protection plan is needed for a particular workplace situation.
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