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The Fall Management Requirements Set By American Society Safety Engineers The American Society of Safety Engineers has laid out effective safety standards that lower probability of fall injuries in the workstation. For example, the systematic fall hazard protection approach requires three major phases, which are fall elimination, fall prevention and fall arresting Fall risk elimination is the initial phase that requires assessing the workstation during the first engineering stages of a project and when planning implementation of diverse tasks involved. The aim of site assessment is to eliminate all potential fall risk factors as well as identify other applicable approaches that could be employed to increase safety and enhance productivity. Establishing safety measures during the initial project stage lower safety risks significantly and ensures that the employees observe safety requirements into the regular work procedures. For illustration, the workers can set up anchorage at strategic locations to secure fall arrest systems hence promoting safety while reducing installation costs. The second fall management step is fall prevention and it necessitates systematic evaluation of the workstation to determine the fall risk factors that could not be removed entirely. Even through it is difficult to eliminate the fall hazard completely, the management has a role in improving the workstation to avoid fall hazards. The typical measures at this phase entail fixing of barriers, movement restrictions, handrails, staircases, and other structures that reduce chances of occurrence of safety hazards.
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Fall arresting is the last step in the line of protecting employees from falls and it necessitates the use of effective fall-arresting systems. Different arresting facilities are only used when the fall risk factors cannot be eliminated, reduced or barred by changing the design of the workstation or applying appropriate work processes. Mostly, the equipment applied in this stage comprise of lanyards, harnessers, fall arresters, supports, safety nets, anchorages, and shock absorbers all of which lower the effect or the risk of injury if a fall occurs. This stage involves critical analysis of the workplace and work processes to determine the right equipment to install, where to install and how to use the equipment correctly to minimize the risk.
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In addition, the management of a project in which substantial fall hazard is evident must create a written fall hazard prevention plan that must be applied to lower or manage the risk. Moreover, the administration should include the safety necessities defined in the fall prevention plan in agreement papers to ensure all the employees follow the applicable standards. All the employees performing at elevated positions must be trained to apply, examine and carry out simple maintenance on the fall arrest systems. Besides, if any worker shifts to another environment or new fall protection facilities are fixed, he or she must undertake refresher safety course