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Disclaimer: Scaffold Safety: OSHA Guidelines from the National Association of Homebuilders (00:58)

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States vary in construction standards; contact local administrators for standards applicable in your state. See scenes of safe construction work.

Scaffold Safety (01:28)

The U.S. Dept. of Labor reports that annually 79 construction workers are killed, and 3,000 workers are disabled from accidents relating to unsafe scaffolding. OSHA provides guidelines for working on and around scaffolding.

Scaffold: Avoiding Potential Hazards (00:43)

Viewers learn about the most common scaffold hazards.

Scaffold: General Requirements (05:26)

Learn about scaffold safety training requirements, responsibilities of the competent person, and scaffold capacity.

Scaffold: Safety Information (04:41)

We learn about scaffold access, the proper use of scaffold, fall protection systems, and falling object protection.

Scaffold Types 1 (03:11)

Learn about fabricated frame scaffold and pump jack scaffold.

Scaffold Types 2 (02:52)

Learn about the ladder jack scaffold, and saw horse and trestle scaffolds.

Scaffold Types 3 (02:06)

Learn mobile and mobile utility scaffolds, top plate and carpenters’ wall bracket scaffolds, and aerial lifts.

Scaffold Types 4 (04:58)

Learn about roof bracket scaffolds, top plate and carpenters’ wall bracket scaffolds, and aerial lifts.

Credits: Scaffold Safety: OSHA Guidelines from the National Association of Homebuilders (00:53)

Credits: Scaffold Safety: OSHA Guidelines from the National Association of Homebuilders

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Scaffold Safety: OSHA Guidelines from the National Association of Homebuilders


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Description

Scaffolds on construction jobsites can be death traps, even when they look safe. Use this video to train workers on how to properly build, use, and dismantle the most common types of scaffolding found in residential construction. Highlighting OSHA’s general requirements for scaffolding, the video identifies the key safe work practices that address the most common scaffold hazards on the jobsite. Specific topics include an overview of potential hazards, training requirements, scaffold capacity, scaffold access, scaffold use, fall protection, falling object protection, types of scaffold, pump jack scaffolds, ladder jack scaffolds, saw horse and trestle scaffolds, mobile and mobile utility scaffolds, roof bracket scaffolds, top plate and carpenters’ wall bracket scaffolds, and aerial lifts. (27 minutes)

Length: 28 minutes

Item#: BVL52136

ISBN: 978-1-61753-722-6

Copyright date: ©2009

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