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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Burzynski Nov 17, 2010.

Independent Safety line
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Who is Accountable for assuring visitors to jobsite are issued PPE
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Is any one familar with the 4" rebar protrusion exception .I recently was informed that if the exposed vertical rebar is less than 4" , it does not need a protective cap.  What reference would cite this ?Steve SteveSee More
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Independent Safety line

Can any one give a OSHA reference requiring a safety line between/ above the headache ball on a crane and the personel cage? This would be in additon to the rigging support arrangement of course.
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Who is Accountable for assuring visitors to jobsite is issued PPE

I have several jobsites that are overseen by both a Construction Manager (CM) and a General Constractor (GC). Any thoughts or relavent case law that instructs whom is accountable for assureing visitors are issued PPE (CM or GC ?TxsStevesnash@sfwater.orgSee More
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Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Martinez, CA, USA
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Regional Safety Manager
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Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
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If Other above, please explain.
I use a variety of PPE on the job

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At 1:27am on September 15, 2009, Mark S. Towers, CSHM said…
Wow! Though delayed, a please to see this last Friday and Saturday. I watched the overhead lifts an hour or so, I did not see any tie lines/break aways; I did not have binnoculars.
At 9:28pm on September 6, 2009, Dave Moylan said…
safety dude, you are the coolest daddyo. Miss you man.
At 5:30pm on August 7, 2009, Jay D. Rohman said…
Stephen, welcome to the Online Safety Community. I look forward to networking with you.
Jay D. Rohman
At 3:08pm on August 5, 2009, John Miley said…
Stephen, 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).
At 6:09pm on August 4, 2009, Ken Oswald said…
Stephen, Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a great resource with lots of various information through our network, blogs, forums and groups. I invite you to join the Ergonomics group. Again welcome.
At 1:38pm on August 4, 2009, Troy Taylor said…
Stephen, 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. Thanks!

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