Elevated Work Platforms and Scaffolding: Job Site Safety Manual

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PREFACEINTRODUCTIONPart IChapter 1: OSHA Regulations and Industry StandardsChapter 2: Accidents, Injuries, and Fatality StatisticsChapter 3: Selection & UseChapter 4: TrainingChapter 5: Supported Scaffolds -- Materials and MethodsChapter 6: Fall Protection During Erection and Use of ScaffoldsChapter 7: Electrocution on ScaffoldsChapter 8: Emergency Response and RescuePart II: Supported ScaffoldsChapter 9: Tubular-Frame Scaffolds -- Mason's FramesChapter 10: Tube and Coupler ScaffoldingChapter 11: Wood Pole ScaffoldsChapter 12: Pump Jack Scaffolds and Ladder Jack ScaffoldsChapter 13: Job-Manufactured Scaffolds and Form ScaffoldsPart III: Suspended Scaffolds -- General InformationChapter 14: Single-Point and Two-Point Suspension ScaffoldsChapter 15: Multiple Point Suspension ScaffoldsChapter 16: Adjustable Multi-Point Suspension ScaffoldsChapter 17: Outrigger Type ScaffoldingChapter 18: Manually Propelled Rolling TowersChapter 19: Aerial Work PlatformsChapter 20: StairwaysChapter 21: LaddersAPPENDIX A: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SCAFFOLDINGAPPENDIX B: SAFETY STANDARDS FOR AERIAL LIFTSAPPENDIX C: SAFETY STANDARDS FOR SPECIFIC SCAFFOLDSAPPENDIX D: SCAFFOLD CONSTRUCTIONAPPENDIX E: SCAFFOLD HAZARDSAPPENDIX F: SCAFFOLD SPECIFICATIONSAPPENDIX G: SCAFFOLD SHORING AND FORMING INSTITUTEAPPENDIX H: MOST FREQUENT CITATIONSAPPENDIX I: CALCULATING SCAFFOLD PLANKSAPPENDIX J: OSHA-APPROVED SAFETY AND HEALTH PLANSAPPENDIX K: MULTIEMPLOYER DIRECTIVEAPPENDIX L: OSHA REGIONAL OFFICESAPPENDIX M: GLOSSARY
- The only comprehensive resource on how to safely assemble and operate elevated scaffolds and work platforms on the job site--with 250 illustrations, tip boxes, and checklists- Includes references to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standards and regulations, inspection requirements, erection techniques, safety guidelines and disassembly instructions, and typical malfunctions
Autor: Matthew J. Burkart, Michael Mccann, Daniel M. Paine
Matthew J. Burkart, P.E., President of his own consulting firm, AEGIS CORP. Mr. Burkart has been involved in construction litigation and has served as an expert witness for many of the country's largest and best-known firms as well as for OSHA. He has been a co-author in the ASCE Publication: Crane Safety on Construction Sites. He has also written several articles, the latest of which, Wouldn't It Be Great If.. is an article about site-specific safety planning on the construction site and appears in the May issue of ASCE's Practice Periodical. He served for 14 years as Chairman of the A10 ANSI standards committee, Safety Requirements for Construction and Demolition Operations and remains an active member through participation in work groups for training standards. His knowledge of the construction site and its intricacies began many years ago when he worked as a cub carpenter to finance his college education. His extensive knowledge of construction as well as the legal aspects of the construction process will be of great benefit in this first of a series of safety books.

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Autor: Matthew J. Burkart
ISBN-13 :: 9780071414937
ISBN: 0071414932
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.03.2004
Verlag: IRWIN
Gewicht: 903g
Seiten: 543
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 234x157x42 mm
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