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An Introduction to Panel Points and Why They are Important After reviewing many user manuals for scaffold, it is clear that scaffold manufacturers understand the strong and weak locations of each of their respective systems.  However, I have not seen any scaffold user or technical manual attempt to...
How to Ensure Safety While Shoring an Existing Structure Shoring existing structures can be a tricky business.  Typically, the older the building is the more complicated the shoring of it can become.  Many older structures do not have drawings of the existing construction and if they do, they are...
 An inside look at why fall protection anchors must be tested Fall protection!  When you put on your harness, tie off to a fall protection system, and step to the edge of the roof on a 20 foot tall building, do you know that you are truly safe?  Or is this maybe just a false sense of security that...
Is a mast-climbing work platform a scaffold? This is a common question due to conflicting information provided by OSHA. The quick answer to the question is yes, but determining the applicability of OSHA standards for mast climbers requires a bit of research, a real understanding of what a mast...
Insurance is a big deal.  There’s life insurance, medical insurance, insurance for insurance (reinsurance) and scaffold insurance, to name a few.  Generally, the purpose of insurance is to reduce financial risk for an individual entity; frankly, another way to look at it is that insurance shares...