Roof Sheathing: Fall Reduction Guide from OSHA

Roof Sheathing: Fall Reduction Guide from OSHA
Posted on October 8, 2013 in Falls, Safety Managers

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Man laying roof sheathingAfter a roof has been framed, workers can begin installing roof sheathing. Because this work often occurs at great heights, it presents serious fall hazards. It is important that fall-protection systems be used properly during these activities.

 

Click here to get an OSHA Fact Sheet that outlines some of the hazards associated with installing roof sheathing and lists some practical methods that employers may be able to use to protect their workers.

 

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