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Warning Line System for Flat Roofing

Roofers can use a warning line system on flat roofs. This requires putting the safety flags at least six feet back. A safety monitor must be designate...

Scaffold Stair Tower

Setting up a scaffold stair tower allows workers to easily access the levels of a multi-story building. It is much safer than having workers climb lad...

Roofing Debris Chute

Roofing debris chutes are required at 20 feet. A good chute will have guardrail protection so that the worker is protected from falling off the edge....

Carpenter wearing PPE

This carpenter starts the job out right with safety glasses, hard hat, safety vest, and cut resistant gloves....

Mesh protection along with Guardrails

Screen mesh can provide an additional layer of protection from dropped objects falling between the guardrails...

Checking outlet with GFCI Tester

After a Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet is wired, a tester is used to check that is was wired correctly. Many companies check these on...

Do Not Operate Tag

Whenever a worker discovers equipment that is unsafe, they should place a Do Not Operate tag on it to warn of others of the dangers....

Lockout of service disconnect

When working on electrical circuits that could become energized, a worker must lock out the circuits as shown and then verify the circuits are de-ener...

Putting on Electrical Gloves

This electrician is putting on his Class 0 electrical gloves to protect himself from a shock hazard. Class 0 gloves offer protection up to 1000 volts....

Overhead power line warning signs

Overhead power lines are often hit by equipment and result in many fatalities. Putting visible signs can alert the drive that they are near the lines....