I am aware that scissor lifts do not fall under the aerial lift standards (although they should) but rather under the mobile scaffold standards. However, is there any standard someone can find about tying off to adjacent structures while in a scissor lift. If one does not exist do you think one should, why or why not?
Hi, my name's Garry, I live in Baton Rouge, LA and I am going on an interview for potentially my first safety job. I've been on inteviews before but the outcome nonetheless upseting. Does anyone have any tips on good interview tactics. Maybe some comments from some safety supervisors would help. If anyone can help it would be much appreciated....I'm really counting on this one guys.
I think you should keep your pipe fitters job ... after your post on the question about employee fines ... this is not an easy profession and people die on jobsites. We take this very very seriously, compliance by employers and employees is difficult, to say the least. I will wish you good luck if you still persue the Safety Profession ... but please ... take your job serious .. peoples lives may depend on YOU .... again good luck ... and welcome. I am here if you need help.
Garry, Welcome to the Community! Check out Best Practices when you get a chance and join the group. It would be great to have you as a member. While you are there, take a quick 3 question survey in the post: A Safety Professional's Commute to Work. Thanks.
Garry, welcome to the Safety Community. I hope you will find the Safety Community to be a tremendous resource to meet your goals. If you have the time, we would benefit from your knowledge and experience with Forum discussion(s).
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