Does OSHA require scaffold tags?
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Also asked, does OSHA require scaffold certification?
OSHA Training Requirements - Scaffolding. (e)(9)(i) - The employer shall provide safe means of access for each employee erecting or dismantling a scaffold where the provision of safe access is feasible and does not create a greater hazard.
One may also ask, what are the requirements of scaffolding?
- The standard requires fall protection at a 10 foot height above a lower level for employees.
- The height of the toprail for scaffolds manufactured and placed in service before January 1, 2000 can be between 36 inches (0.9 m) and 45 inches (1.2 m).
Considering this, what is OSHA Standard for scaffold?
The standard requires employers to protect each employee on a scaffold more than 10 feet (3.1 m) above a lower level from falling to that lower level.
Who can tag a scaffold?
A. Although tag systems are not a legal requirement, the law does require inspection of scaffolding from which a person might fall 2 metres or more and the issue of a report by a competent person, on completion and at least weekly thereafter.