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Raising the Bar: A Safety Guide to Working at Heights

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Anyone working at a height knows that fall protection measures should never be ignored, a perception matched by public safety authorities that publish clear guidelines on how to plan tasks and behave safely while carrying out this kind of work. The impact, as we all know of falling to a  lower level can have life-altering consequences.

SafeStart’s guide for working at heights comes with checklists and techniques to keep workers proactive and aware, in real time, of the possibility of falling. This PDF gives you what you and your team need to avoid accidents at a height – whether in the workplace or in the home.

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  • Writer: SafeStart
  • File type: PDF
  • Length: 20 pages
  • Size: 2.5 mb


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