Between OSHA and general safety practices, most, if not all, buildings need fall protection.
OSHA requires any building — regardless of how tall it is and the number of floors or stories — to have fall protection if there’s the possibility of a four-foot fall.
If you have a tall building, and there’s no reason for anyone to be on that roof ever, you don’t need to fall protection. This type of building in the real world does not exist.
You’re always going to have somebody that needs to access the roof, gutters, air conditioning units, plumbing, mechanical, etc. Everything that requires maintenance on a roof within 15 feet of the edge must have a fall protection system in place. If your building doesn’t, we need to install one.
Watch our project design manager detail the ways we test — and don’t test — our fall protection systems. Watch the video to learn more.
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