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Slide 77

Slide 77


TEXT VERSION OF SLIDE:

    Title: In Closing
    Type: Text Slide
    Content:

    • All workers should return safely home to their families every day.
    • Employers must provide workers a place of employment free from recognized hazards.
    • Visit the OSHA Construction webpage for additional residential fall protection compliance assistance and guidance materials:
      www.osha.gov/doc/topics/residentialprotection/index.html
    • For Fall Protection Standards for States with OSHA-approved State Plans, please visit:
      http://www.osha.gov/dcsp/osp/statestandards.html
    • The enforcement date for the new directive is June 16, 2011.
    At the bottom left is slide number 77.

    At the bottom right is OSHA's logo.

    Speaker Notes:

    In closing:
    • We believe that in most cases it IS FEASIBLE and WILL NOT CREATE A GREATER HAZARD to implement conventional fall protection systems for residential construction work.
    • There have been considerable advances in the types and capability of commercially available fall protection equipment.
    • We cannot let workers get killed when effective means are readily available to prevent those deaths.
    • The new directive will help us get there.
    • Companies that had been operating in accordance with the old directive have until June 16, 2011 to come into compliance with 1926.501(b)(13) as written.
    • All workers have a right to return safely home to their families every day.
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